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State v. Ms. Q. (DMC No.6120)

REDUCED/DISMISSED | ASSAULT REDUCED to DISORDERLY CONDUCT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT then DISMISSED with “diversion” – State v. Ms. Q. (DMC No.6120) (Peoria City Court CR2005-000976): Ms. Q. had gotten into an altercation with her ex-husband’s new wife. They were arguing and fighting over the 17 year old daughter who had split custody. She was subsequently charged with assault and we were able to show it was a mutual combat scenario. The charges were reduced from assault to disorderly conduct. We were then able to convince the Prosecutor to allow Ms. Q. to take classes in order to have the case dismissed per “diversion”. She had no conviction on her record.

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