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Felony Sexual Conduct with a Minor, (3 Counts) Felony Sexual Assault & (2 Counts) Felony Sex Abuse DismissedState v. Mr. B (DMC No. 11308) (Casa Grande Justice Court/Pinal County Superior Court IA-2011-133): Mr. B had been living with his girlfriend for some time and they had been having relationship issues. Also in the household was his girlfriend’s 12 year old niece.  Both had been drinking one night and engaged a loud argument about breaking up. Thereafter, his girlfriend claimed that the 12 year old niece had stated that Mr. B had come into her bedroom and committed sexual conduct with her.  She said that this first occurred when she was 11 years old and had been going on for the past year.

Police arrived and arrested Mr. B and he was charged with Sexual Conduct with a Minor, along with 3 counts of Sexual Assault and 2 counts of Sexual Abuse.  We were quickly engaged and were able to get him released from custody at start of the case. We then immediately contacted the Detective and the Prosecutor began providing them with information about Mr. B’s ex girlfriend. In addition, we provided them with a polygraph that showed Mr. B was being truthful when he stated he never engaged in any sexual contact with the minor.  As the Detectives’ investigation went further into the case, both the Detective and the Prosecutor agreed to Dismiss the charges and not bring them back up for re-filing.  If Mr. B had been convicted of all of the charges, he would have spent the rest of his life in prison, due to the fact that these crimes were Dangerous Crimes Against Children (DCAC).

DISMISSED | 2nd OFFENSE DUI DRUGS (Morphine, Codeine, Zolpidem, Oxazepam, Nordiazepam, Temazepam, and Diazepam) DISMISSED due to INDEPENDENT TEST ISSUE – State v. Mr. L. (DMC No. 10577) (Casa Grande Justice Court TR2011-4397): Mr. L. had been pulled over for weaving on the road.  He appeared highly impaired by drugs, and he was taken to the station.  He asked to call our office and spoke with one of our attorneys.  We instructed him to remain silent, submit to the blood test and ask to be released for an independent chemical test.  The Officer indicated that he would allow Mr. L. to be released to get his own independent blood test at a hospital, and then booked him into jail without complying with our request.  Due to this violation, all charges were dismissed.  Due to Mr. L.’s priors, he was facing potentially 6 months in jail.

2ND EXTREME DUI (.188 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 1 DAY JAIL – State v. Mr. G. (DMC No. 5879) (Casa Grande Justice Court TR2000-5989): Mr. G. was seen travelling eastbound on the I-10 weaving very close to other traffic. He was subsequently stopped and was arrested for DUI. He provided a blood test, which revealed a .188 BAC. He had a prior DUI stop in Gilbert, and that case was being fought by our office also. We were able to convince the Prosecutor to ignore the prior arrest, and to also give us a non extreme DUI offer of regular DUI with 1 day in jail.

SUPER EXTREME DUI (.208 BAC) REDUCED to 1 day jail – State v. Ms. L. (DMC No. 4354) (Casa Grande Justice Court TR-020034636): Ms. L. was observed driving on Casa Blanca Road with her high beams on, when an officer made a u-turn and followed her.  He claims she was doing 80 MPH in a 45 MPH zone.  Although he didn’t see any signs of alcohol ingestion, he had her do a breath test which produced readings as high as a .208, and low as a .185.  Due to the fact that the breath test instrument was questions, we were able to reduce the charges from a SUPER EXTREME DUI (with a potential of 45 days in jail) all the way down to a regular DUI with 1 day in jail.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI  (.166 BAC) (Casa Grande Justice Court No. TR200604037CR): Mr. L. was seen weaving on the roadway while being followed by an officer. Once the officer activated his lights, he claimed Mr. L. traveled for a mile before pulling over. Once Mr. L. was arrested, he provided a breath test of a .166. Due to possible issues with the breath testing device, we were able to secure an offer in which the Extreme DUI was dismissed, and Mr. L. was offered a regular DUI with 1 day in jail instead of 30 days in jail.

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