People vs. F. Fernandez: Client arrested and charged with DUI with a BAC of .11; Negotiations and evidence disputing the blood alcohol analysis resulted in a dismissal of the DUI charges.
People vs. G. Gonzales: Client charged with assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily injury and hate crime violations that would result in sentence enhancements if convicted on the hate crimes. Client faced 5 years state prison. Effective cross-examination of the witness involved in this case resulted in the judge striking and dismissing the hate crime violations. Sentence reduced to 16 months.
People vs. F. Hernandez: Client charged with criminal threats, assault, battery, hit and run, and driving on a suspended license due to a prior DUI. Defense evidence showing the alleged victim’s past criminal history for violence resulted in the dismissal of the charges for criminal threats, assault and battery.
People vs. Facundo: Client charged with resisting arrest and assault and battery of a peace officer. All charges dismissed after defense evidence weakened the state’s case.
People vs. Coba: Client charged with four felony charges of perjury, false impersonation, forgery, and identity theft. The Gonzalez Law Firm helped restore the identity issues with the victim. Negotiations resulted in two of the felony charges being dismissed. The state reduced the
remaining two charges to misdemeanors. Client had faced six years of prison. Client sentenced to 20 days of physical labor/community work.
Police Investigation of Kae: Client faced with charge of felony hit and run causing injuries while driving under the influence. David Gonzalez represented client at all police investigations of the incident and asserted client’s right to remain silent while providing police with information to assist them. Police decide not to arrest or prosecute client.