Associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen obtains dismissal of one charge and no custody time in Alameda County felony embezzlement case!
Firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. successfully negotiated against and prevented, the seizure of the client’s business, and the dismissal of all charges completely avoided any immigration consequences for client charged with aiding and abetting, and whose business faced seizure by the government.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC firm owner David J. Cohen successfully defended client in a federal immigration matter where the client received no jail time or probation!
Attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin recently received a fantastic result out of Santa Cruz County for a client who was charged with a misdemeanor for arson.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC attorney Clint C. Christoffersen obtained a favorable result out of Contra Costa County for client charged with 3 Strikes by negotiating a plea deal containing NO STRIKES and NO CUSTODY TIME!
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC attorney Clint C. Christoffersen was able to have felony strike charges dismissed out of San Joaquin County where client originally was charged in three separate matters which included two (2) felony strike counts.
Senior attorney, of counsel Cherie R. Wallace received a favorable outcome in a DMV matter out of San Mateo County where client’s license was suspended for refusal to submit to a chemical test in a DUI matter, and was able to get client’s license reinstated.
Attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin was able to get client released to a program in a domestic violence matter and credit for time served of less than 90 days in San Francisco County.
Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen represented a client in a civil asset forfeiture matter out of the United States District Court, Northern District of California (San Francisco) and was able to get the client more than $13,000.00 returned of the assets that were seized by the Government.
Firm owner David J. Cohen was able to have Alameda County client charged with Assault and Robbery with a Weapon, and an enhancement of Great Bodily Injury released and bail amount of $820,000.00 reduced to $0.00 under the California Supreme Court’s new non-cash bail decision in Humphrey after a rigorous series of motions.