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Criminal Impersonation Victories


“Victories” Definition: DM Cantor defines a “Victory” as a Complete Acquittal at Jury/Bench Trial; cases Dismissed after they were set for Jury/Bench Trial; cases Dismissed prior to being set for Jury/Bench Trial; Pre-Charge/Pre-Indictment cases where DM Cantor Prevented Charges from being filed; a Partial Acquittal at Jury/Bench Trial; cases in which Charges were Substantially Reduced; and cases where Prison/Jail exposure or Civil Repercussions were Substantially Reduced.
Disclaimer – Results depend upon factors unique to each case and that results in one case do not predict similar results in others.

Dismissed | Felony Impersonating a Police Officer

State v. Mr. H. (DMC No. 7872)

GILA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (CASE NO. CR2007-713)

Reduced to Class 6 Open / Misdemeanor with Probation and Zero Days in Jail | Felony Impersonating a Doctor

State v. Mr. C (DMC No. 5633)

MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (CASE NO. CR2005117450)

Reduced to Probation with Zero Days in Jail | Impersonating a Police Officer

State v. Mr. P. (DMC No. 4509)

PHOENIX CITY COURT (CASE NO. 2998330)

Not Charged | Federal Felony Impersonating a DEA Agent

U.S. v. Mr. L (DMC No. 4016)

U.S. FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT OF ARIZONA

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