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United States v. Cano - 14-01505
Our client was charged with one count of transporting an illegal alien for profit and one count of conspiracy. Our client rejected a plea and proceeded to trial. At trial, the jury deadlocked (10 voted not guilty, 2 voted guilty). The judge declared a mistrial.
United States v. Garcia - 16-00928
The government charged our client with one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana and one count of conspiracy. Our client rejected a plea offer. On the eve of trial, the government dismissed all charges.
United States v. Gonzalez-Ayala - 16-1151
Our client was arrested and charged with one count of importation of cocaine, one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and two counts of conspiracy. We drafted a motion to suppress based on a violation of our client's Miranda rights. After we raised that issue, the government dismissed all charges.
State v. Grevenitz - 2013-2258
Our client was charged in an eight-count indictment with charges including money laundering, possession of marijuana for sale, and weapons misconduct. Our client rejected the plea and proceeded to trial. At the close of the State's case, we moved for a directed verdict and took the unusual step of drafting a written motion for directed verdict. The judge granted the motion and found our client not guilty of all eight charges.
Guerena v. Pima County, et al
Our client's husband was shot and killed by Pima County SWAT during the service of a search warrant. We investigated the conduct of law enforcement and filed a civil suit against the County and all the individuals involved. Ultimately the county settled the case for $3.4 million.
State v. Herrera - 15-072
Our client was charged with felony criminal damage and misdemeanor DUI. Our client opted to take his case to trial. Between the first and second day of trial, the State dismissed the felony criminal damage charge and reduced the DUI charge to reckless driving.
State v. Lanunziata
Our client was charged with one count of second degree murder after shooting another man in self-defense. All charges were dismissed pre-trial after we were able to show that the shooting was justified.
State v. Limon - 2011-0098
The state charged our client with one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana. After investigating the case, we filed a motion to suppress the evidence recovered based on an unconstitutional stop of our client's vehicle and a violation of our client's Miranda rights. The judge agreed and granted our motion. The state appealed to the Arizona Court of Appeals. We represented our client on appeal and won again. All charges were dismissed.
State v. Naemark - 2014-4942
Our client was charged with one count of aggravated assault in a three count felony indictment. He rejected the plea and decided to take his case to trial. On the eve of trial, the state dismissed all charges.
United States v. Requena
Our client was held in immigration custody pending removal proceedings. We argued for and were successful in obtaining the lowest possible bond. The government appealed. We represented our client on appeal and our client won the case in the Board of Immigration Appeals.
State v. Richman - 15-517783
Our client was charged in an eight-count indictment alleging assault and imperiling of a minor. He rejected the plea and we prepared his case for trial. The state dismissed all charges on the eve of trial.
State v. Schrader - 2014-2797
The state charged our client with one count of aggravated assault. After the state refused to offer a probation-available plea, our client proceeded to trial. At trial, a jury acquitted our client of aggravated assault.
State v. Sobarzo - 15042895
Our client was charged with super extreme DUI. We filed a motion to suppress based off an unconstitutional stop of his vehicle. The state dismissed all charges.