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Case Results

Through our comprehensive knowledge of the law, extensive case preparation and individualized representation, Naderi & Weinrieb continues to achieve excellent results for our clients. Our recent case results include the following:

Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with domestic violence.  When Mr. Weinrieb announced “ready for trial” the prosecutor backed down and agreed to change his settlement offer from a charge of Domestic Violence to Disturbing the Peace.  Accordingly, Mr. Weinrieb’s client avoided any jail time and, most importantly, any history of violence on his criminal record.  Inglewood Courthouse.

CASE DISMISSED BASED ON ILLEGAL SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF CLIENT’S HOME. Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with possession of marijuana for sale and was facing substantial jail time. Mr. Weinrieb filed a motion to prevent the prosecutor from entering any evidence of the marijuana into the case because the police located the drugs when they illegally entered his client’s home without a warrant after his client was already handcuffed in a police car. The judge granted Mr. Weinrieb’s motion and the case was dismissed. Client was fee to go. LAX Courthouse.

CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with felony possession of cocaine, and was facing potential jail time and deportation. Mr. Weinrieb rejected the prosecutor’s unreasonable plea offer and set the case for preliminary hearing. At the preliminary hearing the prosecutor was forced to announce “unable to proceed” and the case was dismissed. Mr. Weinrieb successfully argued that the police officer did not have enough personal knowledge of the facts of the case to constitutionally testify against his client. Case dismissed. El Monte Courthouse.

TWO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES DISMISSED ON THE SAME DAY. In two separate cases involving two separate clients, Mr. Weinrieb’s clients were charged with Domestic Violence. Mr. Weinrieb thoroughly developed his clients’ strong defenses and announced to the Court that he was ready for trial. After four months of preparation, the prosecutor announced that he could not proceed on either case, and all charges against Mr. Weinrieb’s client were DISMISSED. Glendale Courthouse.

CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with domestic violence, criminal threats, and dissuading a witness. Mr. Weinrieb thoroughly developed his client’s strong defense and announced to the Court that he was ready for trial. The prosecutor requested an extension for trial and Mr. Weinrieb objected that the prosecutor had already had enough time to prepare for trial. The prosecutor was jammed and announced that they could not proceed, and all charges against Mr. Weinrieb’s client were DISMISSED.

Client who was under 21, was charged with possessing a false identification card. Mr. Zavatsky got the case dismissed. L.A. Metropolitan Courthouse

San Fernando Courthouse – Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with 2 counts of criminal threats against a Department of Transportation Officer while having a weapon. There was a substantial amount of evidence against Mr. Naderi’s client and the conduct of Mr. Naderi’s client was egregious. Mr. Naderi was able to have both counts of criminal threats dismissed. The case was reduced to a disturbing the peace as an INFRACTION, the same class as a traffic ticket.

CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb’s client was found by police in possession of $1,700 in counterfeit money, and was charged with counterfeiting fraud. Mr. Weinrieb argued with the prosecutor that there was no evidence that the client had the specific intent, or the state of mind, to commit fraud, as required for a conviction. After Mr. Weinrieb announced ready for trial, the prosecutor folded and dismissed the case. Downey Courthouse

Mr. Weinrieb and Mr. Naderi’s clients were each charged as co-defendants with commercial burglary, and were facing significant jail time. RESULT: Both clients’ burglary charges were reduced to infractions (less than even a misdemeanor) without jail time or any community service. San Fernando Courthouse.

Mr. Naderi was retained by a client convicted of burglary who had twice violated his probation by refusing to attend in-patient drug treatment. The client was facing a punishment of 3 years in state prison if the judge refused to reinstate probation. After substantial negotiations with the prosecutor and judge, Mr. Naderi kept his client of out jail, convincing the judge to allow the client to remain on probation and to re-enroll in drug treatment. Pasadena Courthouse

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