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Grand Theft, Burglary, Embezzlement-
Grand Theft, Burglary, Embezzlement
Our client was on probation for commercial burglary from 2013.-
Our client was on probation for commercial burglary from 2013.
Client facing four criminal counts, which included firearm possession.-
Three Charges Dismissed
Client facing four criminal counts, which included firearm possession.
Client was held on possession of controlled substances and possession of paraphernalia.-
Client was held on possession of controlled substances and possession of
Client charged with Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia
Our client, a 17 year old not too far from being 18, was driving a car
that belonged to an acquaintance. He was on a quick trip to his house
to get a t-shirt when the Police pulled him over for having a headlight
out. The Office ended up searching the car, where he found some eye drops
and a small plastic bag that contained marijuana residue. Our client told
the officer that the owner of the car is an acquaintance of his, and the
officer told him that the car he was driving is registered to a known
drug dealer. Our client was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia.
Because our client was so close to turning 18, he was worried that he
would be charged as an adult. Our attorney was able to resolve the issue
with the court, and got the charge placed in the "Teen Court",
thus avoiding the adult court system. Our attorney was able to have our
client sentenced to complete a drug awareness program and the charge will
California Drug Case-
Deferred Entry of Judgment
Our client was on probation for commercial burglary from 2013. We represented
our client on his new/open case, which involved the police executing a
search warrant. The warrant stated that a confidential reliable informant
purchased methamphetamine from the defendant at defendant's residence.
During the search, the police recovered methamphetamine, over two dozen
empty baggies, a scale with residue on it, two firearms, our clients vehicle
that had a modified hidden compartment, $800. 00, three methamphetamine
pipes, a surveillance camera, Alprazolam (a controlled substance), concentrated
cannabis, Carisoprodal (a controlled substance). Due to prefiling work
(phone calls to the detective, DA, defendant, defendant's family,
submitting paperwork/documents),we avoided a possession for sales charge.
At the arraignment, although he was still charged with two felonies and
three misdemeanors, our defense attorney was able to reason with the DA
to give defendant deferred entry of judgment (DEJ). He will do a 3 month
drug program, and be on informal probation for 18 months. As long as our
client successfully completes the program, and stays out of trouble, the
case will be dismissed in 18 months.
Georgia Drugs Charges-
Our client was arrested and held by Louisville Police Department. Client
was held on possession of controlled substances and possession of paraphernalia.
The client’s family contacted Imhoff & Associates to represent
him in the matter. Our criminal defense attorney, quickly contacted Louisville
Police Department. After several phone conversations with the Louisville
Department, our attorney was informed that case was dismissed.
Our client was facing a mandatory jail sentence for DRUG TRAFFICKING. However,
we managed to have his warrant quashed. In addition, the charges were
reduced to possession of a control substance with the intent to sale.
Our client avoided a jail sentence and walked away with probation.
Our attorney represented a young man who was charged with POSSESSION OF
SEVERAL OUNCES OF MJ WITH INTENT TO SELL, ?possession of scales, water
pipe, ?papers, and ?plastic ?baggies. In a sweeping victory resulting
from charmed circumstances and no doubt a great deal of work, OUR CLIENT
ENDED UP WITH NO TIME, NO PROBATION, AND NO CONVICTION.
Possession of a Controlled Substance-
Charges not filed
Arizona: Juvenile client charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance
– CHARGES NOT FILED
Our client, a juvenile just shy of his 18th birthday, was driving in his
car with a friend when he was pulled over for allegedly having a license
plate light out. Upon showing the officer that the lights were working,
the officer asked our client if he could search the vehicle. The officer
found over three grams of cocaine in a common area of the vehicle and
charged the driver, our client, with Possession of a Controlled Substance,
even though the passenger in the car is a convicted felon and our client
had a clean record. The main issue in this case was whether or not our
client would be charged with this felony as an adult, as he was so close
to turning 18. Our attorney was able to convince the state that they had
a weak case, and the District Attorney never filed the felony charges
against our client.
*Imhoff & Associates, PC is a multi-jurisdictional criminal defense
law firm. Vince Imhoff is the Managing Director and is not licensed to
practice law in Arizona. Resident Partner is Danilo Ballecer, 1095 E.
Indian School Rd., Suite 600 Phoenix, Arizona. Matters are handled by
attorneys who are licensed to practice law in Arizona and who are hired
and supervised by Imhoff & Associates,PC. The attorney assigned to
your matter may not be the Resident Partner in Arizona. Clients are required
to consent to the retention and payment of affiliated attorneys.?
Intent to Sell-
No Jail Time and Reduced Charges
Our client, a High School student was arrested and charged for the Intent
to Sell Marijuana at his school. After his parents had a short conversation
with our Client Management team our criminal defense attorney Matt Kohn
was assigned to their case. Our attorney not only provided excellent legal
advice, but also unsolicited advice to our client about his life. Our
client’s parents were extremely grateful for reinforcing the advice
they were telling their son. In court, our attorney negotiated a plea
bargain where the client had to do Community Service, Probation and a
Fine. Through our attorneys efforts our client’s parents stated
“My son’s crime was serious and I wanted my son to learn a
valuable lesson about consequences and yet at the same time receive mercy.
I believe through Matt’s performance this outcome was achieved.
We are truly thankful and relieved.”
Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana-
Our client was charged with CONSPIRACY TO DISTRIBUTE MARIJUANA and was
looking at a possible prison term of 15 – 20 years. Our attorney
was able to convince the government that our client was just a gardener
(a low level individual in the operation) and was sentenced only to twelve
months and one day. Considering the massive amount of time hanging in
the balance this was a positive result and the client was very satisfied.
Transporting Methamphetamine With Intent to Sell-
Our client was charged with TRANSPORTING METHAMPHETAMINE WITH INTENT TO
SELL. Our client has prior drug convictions. It did not look good for
our client until our attorney stepped in. After more than a year of pertinacious
dedication he concluded out client’s case: THE CASE WAS DISMISSED.
Through our expert research and investigation, it turns out that the actual
offender/dealer had already been convicted several years ago. OUR CLIENT’S
FREEDOM WAS PROTECTED BY AN ATTORNEY WHO DIDN’T JUST WALK INTO THE
COURT AND LOOK FOR A GOOD PLEA BARGAIN.
Public Intoxication and Resisting Arrest-
Not Guilty Verdict
Our client was at a bar when she was approached by someone trying to sell
her drugs. The client told the manager and the manager then called the
police. When the police came, our client was ARRESTED FOR PUBLIC INTOXICATION
AND RESISTING ARREST. Our attorney took this young lady’s case to
trial and received a verdict of NOT GUILTY
Our Attorney took a DWI to trial, and after the state presented its case,
he made a motion for a directed verdict, which the court granted, and
the CASE WAS DISMISSED.
Our client was facing his Second DUI and Refusal to perform the Breathalyzer.
Our Attorney took it to trial, and on the second day the CASE WAS DISMISSED.
Minimum Sentence Imposed
We had a client that was 20 years old with 5 DUI RELATED MISDEMEANORS.
The client was facing 4 years imprisonment and the judge wanted the case
to be charged as a Felony. Our attorney was able to negotiate the minimum
sentence allowed under Georgia’s laws.
Our client, who lives in New York, got a DUI in Nebraska, and happened
to be out of the country for his first court date. Our attorney was able
to arrange (after the completion of a diversion program) for the CHARGES
TO BE COMPLETELY DISMISSED.
Minor in Possession of Alcohol-
Our client, a college student under age 21, was at a concert on campus
with her friend. Our client had been drinking, and when standing in the
parking lot behind her friend’s car, an officer approached her and
asked to see her identification. Our client’s friend gave the officer
a fake ID and the officer got upset, then found some beer in the back
seat of the car. Our client was asked to submit to a breath test, and
after reading .02, the officer charged her with Minor in Possession of
Alcohol. Our client was very concerned with keeping a clean record because
she was in college to become a nurse and any charges could end her chances
to get into nursing school. Our attorney was able to negotiate a favorable
deal with the District Attorney; our client was to complete 24 hours of
community service and an alcohol program and the charge would be dismissed.
Failure to Appear Warrant for DUI-
Warrant Recalled and Quashed
Our client, who lives in Illinois, was on a visit to California and had
to face some old charges. In one court appearance, our attorney caused
a 12-YEAR-OLD FAILURE TO APPEAR WARRANT FOR A DUI MATTER RECALLED AND QUASHED.
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