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.
Of counsel, senior attorney Cherie R. Wallace won a Restraining Order hearing in Spanish for our client where the restraining order alleged assault with a deadly weapon and client was previously charged with assault in a previous matter.
Of counsel, senior attorney Cherie R. Wallace, obtained a complete dismissal of felony domestic violence charges out of San Francisco County for our client who was originally charged with multiple counts of felony domestic violence charges with injury and faced a potential sentence of 4-5 years state prison.
Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen represented a client out of Alameda County facing multiple charges of Possession of Child Pornography under California Penal Code Section 311.11 receive NO CUSTODY TIME and straight probation as well as dismissal of count.
Mr. Christoffersen was able to obtain a sentence for our client of straight probation after completion of a treatment program for our client who was charged with multiple federal drug charges including drug distribution; conspiracy to posses and distribute a controlled substance; and health care fraud.
Cherie R. Wallace obtained an extraordinary result in a multi strike case out of San Mateo County, involving Assault with a deadly weapon, shooting at an occupied vehicle and discharge of a firearm with gross negligence plus enhancements. Two out of three counts were DISMISSED!
Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen was able to obtain a great result for a client charged in Contra Costa County with misdemeanor firearms charges who faced a potential sentence of county jail as well as revocation of their professional license. Mr. Christoffersen was able to avoid firearms charges by getting them changed to trespassing charges, and assist the client in avoiding the loss of their professional license.
Attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin obtained a favorable result in a felony fraud case out of San Mateo County resulting in misdemeanor charges with court probation and 4 days of SWAP where the client originally faced felony charges and a potential prison sentence of five years.
Senior associate Cherie R. Wallace obtained a suspended sentence where client served less than a year in county jail in Contra Costa County in a matter consisting of multiple felony counts of conspiracy to commit murder and criminal threats.