Custodial Interference 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.
Not Charged | Felony Custodial Interference | State v. Mr. M (DMC No. 13542)
(PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT DR2014-00120362)
Not Charged | Felony Custodial Interference
(GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATED)
Reduced to Misdemeanor | Felony Custodial Interference
NAVAJO SUPERIOR COURT (CASE NO. CR2006-0751)
Reduced to Probation With 90 Days of Jail | Felony Custodial Interference, Felony Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Felony Luring a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, and Felony Sending Obscene Internet Materials to a Minor
YUMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (CASE NO. CR2017-00299)