Three Amazing Results Achieved for Three Different Clients in One Day!

In Kern County, attorney Alexandra Mateus was able to negotiate and successfully litigate a Penal Code section 1473.7 motion seeking to vacate our client’s 1988 Health and Safety Code section 11360 conviction of Possession of Marijuana for Sales. We were able to negotiate for the prosecution to submit on the motion to vacate the controlled substance charge and our client entered a new renegotiated plea to Penal Code section 602(o), Trespassing.

On this same date, attorney Steve Escovar was able to obtain a complete dismissal pursuant to Penal Code section 1385 for our client’s Fish and Game Code section 2000 and Section 2002 misdemeanor offenses our client was charged with for fishing in Redondo Beach for California Spiny Lobsters out of season and without a fishing license. Twelve months ago we were able to negotiate for our client to be placed on deferred entry of judgement for these offenses and he was ordered to pay fines, not fish in Redondo Beach, and successfully serve 12 months on summary probation. Our client had failed to pay the fines by the date ordered by the court but attorney Steve Escovar was able to still achieve a complete dismissal of the charges after negotiating with the court!

Attorney Steve Escovar also achieved a victory on a Penal Code section 1473.7 motion for a client charged with a Penal Code section 484(a) offense from 2005. After providing the prosecution with equitable documentation on behalf of our client, the prosecution agreed to submit on our motion to vacate the plea if our client entered a new plea to an immigration safe offense. We were able to negotiate to have the Penal Code section 484(a) offense completely dismissed and our client entered a new plea to Penal Code section 415, Disturbing the Peace. Our client lives in Virginia and we were able to achieve this result for her without her having to be present at the hearing!

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