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Category Archives: Glendale City Court Victories

REDUCED | FELONY INDECENT EXPOSURE State v. Mr. H. (DMC No. 7619) (Glendale City Court CR2003-021737):REDUCED to MISDEMEANOR URINATING in PUBLIC – Mr. H. was seen outside a local McDonald’s by a woman and her small children while he was urinating in the bushes.  It was alleged that he was doing this on purpose so that he could expose himself.  We were able to convince the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office that this was not the case, and that he was merely attempting to relieve himself and thought that nobody was around.  We were able to show them that he merely became startled when he heard the alleged victim and he turned to face her.  He ultimately received a misdemeanor ticket with only a fine and zero days in jail.

Super Extreme DWI (.257 BAC)(Glendale Municipal Court No. 2003016696CR): Mr. M. was stopped for allegedly making an improper turn. The officer noted a strong odor of alcohol upon contact, and he admitted to drinking. A subsequent breath test revealed a .257% BAC. Due to the fact that the officer was not cooperating with our interview requests, we filed a Motion to Preclude his testimony, which the judge granted. The State was then forced to dismiss all charges.

FELONY AGGRAVATED DUI (.220 BAC) REDUCED to a misdemeanor DUI – State v. Mr. A. (DMC No. 4832) (Maricopa County Superior Court A989712/Glendale City Court TR2004-017131): Mr. A. was pulled over by police and told that his license was suspended. He thought his license was cleared when he submitted his “SR22” proof of insurance to the DMV.  He was ultimately put through field tests and provided a hand held breath test which revealed a .220 BAC.  After that he was booked into jail and we became involved.  We were able to show the prosecutor that there was no true knowledge of his license suspension.  They agreed to turn down AGGRAVATED DUI charges and rerouted the case for misdemeanor prosecution with the City of Glendale.  Mr. A. was originally facing 4 months minimum in prison, up to 3.75 years maximum.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI REDUCED to Misdemeanor Endangerment – State v. Mr. D. (DMC No. 7226) (Glendale City Court No. TR2007-000596): Police received a call of impaired persons inside a car at a gas station. When police arrived, they saw the vehicle exiting the parking lot and they stopped Mr. D. He was subsequently given a breath test which revealed a .212 Breath Alcohol Concentration. Even though Mr. D had a prior Reckless Driving within the previous 2 years, due to the fact that the stop was questionable and the potential Denial of Right to Counsel issue, we had the case reduced to a non-DUI charge of Misdemeanor Endangerment.

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DISMISSED | DUI DRUGS (Methamphetamine) – State v. Mr. H. (DMC No. 7291) (Glendale City Court No. TR06-26138): Mr. H. was involved in a single vehicle accident in which he struck a power pole in the City of Glendale. Paramedics had to forcibly remove him from the vehicle, and the officer assisted in holding him down while he was strapped to a back board and taken to the hospital. Although the officer observed no signs and symptoms of alcohol or drug impairment, he still requested a blood test from Mr. H. We filed a Motion to Suppress the results of the blood test due to a lack of Probable Cause to Invoke the Implied Consent Law. Although Mr. H. had a prior DUI, was currently on probation for a felony drug charge and had Methamphetamine in his blood test, the Judge still agreed with our motion and after an Evidentiary Hearing suppressed the result of his blood test. The Prosecution then moved to Dismiss All Charges.

(Glendale Municipal Court No. 2002023865CR): Mr. T. was found sleeping in this case in a parking lot with his keys in the ignition and the lights on, but his engine was off. He told the officer he was “too tired to drive.” Subsequently he provided a .169 breath BAC qualifying him for an Extreme DUI. The State had witness problems on the day of trial, and subsequently they moved to dismiss all charges.

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REDUCED | ASSAULT REDUCED to DISORDERLY CONDUCT with ZERO DAYS IN JAIL – State v. Mr. P. (DMC No. 10788) (Glendale City Court CR2012-006374): Mr. P. was engaged in a verbal altercation with his sister when she went to call 911.  As he was trying to grab the phone, he accidentally struck her in the face and cut her lip.  He was originally charged with assault, however, we were able to get the charge reduced to a simple “disorderly conduct” with zero day’s jail.  He has no assault conviction on his record.

State vs. Ms. S. (DMC No. 9987) (Glendale City Court No. CR2011-010216): Ms. S. was arguing with her husband of 20 years, when he shut the bedroom door.  When she attempted to get inside of the bedroom, Mr. S. opened the door rapidly and the two collided with each other and fell to the floor.  Two older children became upset and entered the room.  At that time Ms. S. called police and they arrived to take statements.  Because Ms. S. was a United States citizen from Lybia, she had an accent and her English was broken, the police decided to arrest her and charge her with disorderly conduct.  We were able to convince the prosecutor that this was not a true Disorderly Conduct but merely an accident and the argument got somewhat out of hand.  All charges were Dismissed against Ms. S.

State vs. Ms. S. (DMC No. 9986) (Glendale City Court No. CR2011-010233): Ms. S. was arguing with her husband of 20 years, when he shut the bedroom door.  When she attempted to get inside of the bedroom, Mr. S. opened the door rapidly and two collided with each other and fell to the floor.  Two older children became upset and entered the room.  At that time Ms. S. called police and they arrived to take statements.  Because Ms. S. was a United States citizen from Lybia, she had an accent and her English was broken.  The police decided to arrest her and charge her with disorderly conduct.  We were able to convince the prosecutor that this was not a true Disorderly Conduct but merely an accident and the argument got somewhat out of hand.  The Order of Protection obtained by her husband was Dismissed by the Judge.

REDUCED | DUI Glendale City Court-No.:2003-019729CR): Ms. C. was stopped for making a wide right turn and allegedly traveling 50 in a 25 zone. Upon contact, Ms. C. admitted to drinking, and stated she could not do well on field tests because she was “old and fat”. A search warrant was obtained and her blood was drawn. Because of a low BAC, and potential injuries regarding her injured knees and the stop itself, we were able to negotiate a plea to reckless driving and no jail.

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