To all our current and prospective clients: In light of the National Emergency, our office will still be operational from either our office or remotely depending on the status of events. Either way, we still answer all of our calls directly 24/7. The best way to get a hold of us would be through our office number (951) 686-4818 or email (kia@kialaw.com). Our day-to-day operations depend on the safety of our staff and the courts being open for business. Feel free to reach out to us to inquire about your case or discuss any new cases with Mr. Feyzjou at the number above. Stay safe and we remain hopeful that this too shall pass with everyone’s health and safety in mind.

Sexual Battery Charges Dismissed. Client does not have to register as a sex offender for 10 years

Our client, Mario, was accused of several crimes. One of them was resisting arrest as a felony (in violation of Penal Code 69). The other two significant charges were two counts of sexual battery. Over the course of several years, we challenged the legitimacy of the of the sexual battery charges. Eventually, we were successful in getting those charges dismissed and the client pled to two counts of simple battery that do not require sexual registration.

 

At Kia Law Firm, we resolve our cases favorably with the law on our side. We put in the work to get the desired result when the facts support it. In Mario’s case, we fought the case for several years. We had our preliminary hearing. We cross-examined the investigating officer. We believe in perseverance. Eventually, our client was really happy with the result. Having to register as a sex offender is a challenging task. We are fortunate to have been able to dismiss those counts with legal knowledge. We were also able to dismiss a prior strike that was alleged against him.  Lastly, he had no jail time. He simply has to do 500 hours of community service.

 

CLICK HERE for a copy of the Case Print showing the resolution of the case.

 

We can be reached at (951) 686-4818 for a free consultation.

All Felony Drug Charges Dismissed After We Filed Motion To Suppress Evidence Based on Violation of Client’s Constitutional Rights. Client is released from jail.

Our client is Andrew. Andrew was arrested for possession of drugs for sale as well as transportation of drugs. At his initial hearing, he was offered to plead to the charges and be a convicted felon. Our office, after reviewing the police report and obtaining the body worn camera footage determined that the best course of action would be to file a motion to suppress the evidence (the drugs) based on an illegal search of his vehicle.

 

CLICK HERE for a copy of the CHARGES against our client.

 

CLICK HERE to see a copy of our MOTION TO SUPPRESS EVIDENCE.

 

CLICK HERE to see a copy of the GOVERNMENT’S OPPOSITION TO OUR MOTION

 

CLICK HERE to see a copy of the DISMISSAL of the entire case

 

So, how did we do it? As we have said before and continue to say, the difference between basic lawyer and exceptional lawyer is the detail that goes into defending each case. While most criminal defense law firms do the basic, we work on detail. We want to make sure that we can win the case on every angle we attack. Here, for Andrew, our goal was to demonstrate that his rights were violated. At the end of the day, our plan worked. We devised a defense that was fruitful. All criminal charges were dismissed against our client.

 

For a free consultation, contact us at (951) 686-4818.

Felony Strike Charges Dismissed on May 4, 2023. Client accepts misdemeanor probation for 12 months.

Our client, Bo, was arrested for PC 245(a)(4), Assault With Force Likely to Cause Great Bodily Injury. He was also charged with an enhancement for committing an allegation of Great Bodily Injury in violation of PC 12022.7. Attorney Kia Feyzjou of Kia Law Firm resolved this case for a misdemeanor version of PC 245(a)(4). The felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. His original charge also consisted of a “strike”. In California, PC 12022.7 (great bodily injury enhancement) is a strike. By reducing the felony assault charge to a misdemeanor, the felony strike charge falls off by operation of law. Not only did our client Bo avoid the felony, but he also avoided a strike. In our state, strike charges have significant ramifications. They can affect your life in three ways. First, you would be statutorily ineligible for probation if you commit another felony in the future. In other words, you would be sent to prison a lot easier and faster than someone with no prior strike. Second, instead of serving 50% of your future jail sentence, you are likely to do 85%. Finally, strikers do “double time”. In other words, your future sentence would be doubled. So, if a non-striker is to serve 3 years in prison, the person with the prior strike gets 6 years. At the end of the day, saving clients and protecting their future is our goal. Here, a superior court judge granted our PC 17B request to drop the felony charges. The Judge felt that sufficient rehabilitation had occurred and that our client should not become a convicted felon over the facts of his arrest. At Kia Law Firm, we work to save our client’s futures and give them a second chance at life. If you have any questions related to your case, call us at (951) 686-4818 for a free consultation.

 

Please CLICK HERE for a copy of the court’s minute order reflecting how we resolved the case.

 

Remember, at KIA LAW FIRM, we not only tell our future clients how we are successful in resolving case, but, we also attach images of our resolution.

 

Trust is earned. Therefore, we believe our clients are entitled to physically see our amazing results on our website.

Two Felony Strikes Reduced to Two Misdemeanors on March 10, 2023. Case Resolves For 400 Hours Community Service

Our client, Eduardo, was accused of shooting at a vehicle and discharging a firearm. Both offenses are considered “strikes” according to California Law. The circumstances that led to the incident appeared heinous on its face. The prosecutor had wanted a year in county jail. We opted to go through Preliminary Hearing to get the court to assess whether the Defendant is entitled to the benefit of a misdemeanor reduction. After successful cross-examination by the defense, the court felt persuaded to offer a non-jail reducible misdemeanor resolution. The client was then ordered to perform 400 hours of community service. The reality of the legal defense world is that sometimes people deserve second chances. Sometimes people deserve not to become convicted felons. It is always best to hire the best lawyer in your defense. You get what you pay. Hire the best. Contact Kia Law Firm for your case evaluation.

 

CLICK HERE for the MINUTE ORDER showing how the case resolved. At Kia Law Firm, we ALWAYS provide case prints for our resolutions. We strive to create trust in our relationship. We find that showing our work is more powerful than saying we did it.

PC 273.5 Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed on 12/16/22. Client pleads to PC 415 (Disturbing The Peace) – No Probation

Our client Vargas was accused of Domestic Violence. His case resolved for Disturbing the Peace (Loud Music), with no probation. This plea was immigration friendly and now he can move forward to becoming a US Citizen. At Kia Law Firm, we are mindful of business licenses as well as immigration consequences of all pleas. We are pleased with our client’s future outlook based on the resolution of this case.

 

CLICK HERE for a copy of the minutes reflecting resolution. Call Kia at (951) 686-4818 for any second opinion about your existing case or to discuss the facts of any new case at any time. We offer free consultations, always.

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