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Client Cleanup -DUI

Client was charged and convicted of MISDEMEANOR DRY RECKLESS VC 23103.


Client came to me seeking post-conviction relief, as he wanted to apply for a promotion. His job would be running a background check on him and this conviction was still open on his record.  


We petitioned the Superior Court to clear my client’s record. We submitted evidenced that my client was gainfully employed and that my client had extremely strong employment prospects, as he was applying for a promotion that would significantly increase his income. We submitted further evidence showing that my client was the sole financial provider for his sister and father, and that he therefore needed this promotion.  


The judge ordered the immediate dismissal of the Misdemeanor, so that my client could apply for the promotion.


RESULT: Judge granted the immediate expungement of client’s criminal conviction for Misdemeanor Dry Reckless under VC 23103. 

Dont Date Dark People

Client was charged with Penal Code Sections 243(e) Domestic Battery and Penal Code Section 236 False Imprisonment. 


This was the quintessential retaliatory ex-girlfriend case. Ex-girlfriend called the police out of spite and rage. In court we got the case dismissed for lack of evidence. 


I further petitioned the court and also had the arrest deleted from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation.Result: Client’s Penal Code Section 243(e) Domestic Battery and Penal Code Section 236 False Imprisonment Case dismissed. Client’s arrest records deleted from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation.

Early Time Off -DUI

Expungement Client was charged with VC 23152(B) DUI. 


She was currently serving 3 years of probation, and contacted my office as she wanted her probation terminated early and also for the conviction to be expunged so that she could apply for a promotion at work. 


My client was the mother of a new born and desperately need this promotion. 


We petitioned the court and the judge granted our request and was impressed by my clients transformation -she finished school at Sacramento State was gainfully employed. 


RESULT: Probation for DUI Terminated early, and the court granted the expungement of clients criminal record. 

Early Time Off -DUI

Expungement Client had a decade history of substance abuse and had multiple DUI’s on his record. 


My client had since turned his life around, lead an exemplary life, with weekly church attendance, and had become newly engaged. 


Expungement Client was charged with VC 23152(B) DUI. 


She was currently serving 3 years of probation, and contacted my office as she wanted her probation terminated early and also for the conviction to be expunged so that she could apply for a promotion at work. 


My client was the mother of a new born and desperately need this promotion. 


We petitioned the court and the judge granted our request and was impressed by my clients transformation -she finished school at Sacramento State was gainfully employed. 


RESULT: Probation for DUI Terminated early, and the court granted the expungement of clients criminal record. 

Felony Free!

Expungement Client  had a 10 year criminal history. I requested her criminal history report from the State of California Department of Justice, and filed petitions and presented evidence of Clients miraculous transformation.


At the hearing the judge granted my motions and dismissed the following:


1. FELONY HIT AND RUN

2. DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

3. TAMPERING WITH VEHICLE

4. PETTY THEFT.


The judge reduced the Felony Hit and Run to a Misdemeanor and then dismissed that Misdemeanor along with the other three charges under Penal Code Section 1203.4, despite the fact that this client had violated her probation each time she was placed on probation by the Court. Nevertheless, the judge was still moved by the petition we submitted to the court; specifically the clients current educational pursuits, and granted all our our expungement petitions.


RESULT: Expungements all granted on the same day in Superior Court. Client now having her record expunged is applying for her dental licensing exams.

No Longer A Felon In This Town

Client was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and obstructing a police officer, when he refused his arrest. 


At that time he was a local steroid dealer in San Jose approximately 15 years ago. 


Recently, he contacted my office, and explained that he was a completely different man now, and that he lived a new life and was doing well for himself. 


He was a proud home owner, and newly married. He told me that he wanted his criminal record to reflect his new character and that this new version of himself was absent from his “court file.” 


He wanted to make his transformation permanent. He wanted to have his record cleared.


We petitioned the court and submitted evidence of his transformation and the court granted our petitions.


Result: Client is no longer a convicted felon in the State of California. Record expunged under Penal Code 1203.4.