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.

Felony Case Dismissed (Penal Code 32 – Accessory After the Fact) on November 14, 2022

Our client, Seong, was charged with being an accessory to a felony charge involving a family member. From day one, he was adamant that he was not involved in any criminal misconduct whatsoever. The case was ultimately filed by the Riverside District Attorney’s Office. We respectfully declined to accept any deals in this case. Ultimately, our esteemed prosecutor agreed to dismiss the case as they felt that they could not prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. Ultimately, the client gets the benefit of that dismissal.

 

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Domestic Violence Charges Fully Dismissed Against Our Client on October 19, 2022

Our client, Benjamin, was falsely accused of two acts of domestic violence: (1) PC 273.5(a) and PC 245(a)(1). When we first met Benjamin, he explained that the arresting officer believed him over her and that she was the primary aggressor. We therefore set the case for trial on various dates hoping to get the case dismissed. The case was set for trial on 09/28/2021, 12/07/21, 4/4/2022, 05/18/2022, 06/23/2022, and 10/19/2022. It wasn’t until 10/19/2022 that we were able to get the charges fully dismissed. We had been offered deals to resolve the case which we had rejected. At Kia Law Firm, we believe in persistence to get our client’s cases dismissed when the facts merit a dismissal. The end of the journey for Benjamin was a joyous one. We brought him into a private room at the courthouse and let him know that the prosecutor had finally decided to dismiss the case against him. He had tears of joy. It is these emotional connections we build with our clients that allow us to join in their happiness. Call us at (951) 686-4818 for a free consultation for your case.

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Felony Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed and Case Resolves For a Misdemeanor on September 19, 2022

Facts:    Our client, James, was accused of felony domestic violence. At the initial client meeting, we discussed goals. Unfortunately for James, he was aggressive towards his wife and accepted full responsibility, however, we knew with the right amount of proactive work, preparation and planning, we could attempt to avoid a felony conviction. Throughout  the year our office worked on the case, James attended Domestic Violence Counseling classes, attended individual and group therapy meetings with his wife and showed upmost respect for rehabilitation. Today, on September 19, 2022, a Riverside Superior Court Judge accepted our request to drop the felony charge. James can now continue to work in his field, not be a convicted felon and turn his life around. At Kia Law Firm, we understand that sometimes our client make poor choices, but life is often about change. James decided to change and he benefited from our recommendations which he fully complied with.  Not being a convicted felon is a win for many of our clients who understandably want to better themselves.

 

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Domestic Violence PC 273.5 Charges Dismissed On Scheduled Trial Date

Facts: Our client was accused of domestic violence by a disgruntled ex-boyfriend for what may have been child custody motives. On day one, we recommended to the client to follow our advice so that we can strategically dismantle the prosecution’s case. Thankfully, she listened. When we give advice, it’s meant to obtain the desired result. The road may be challenging, but with the right mindset and a promising defensible case, we can achieve results for clients that are memorable. On May 6th, we announced ready for trial. We had previously rejected all settlement offers that would have resulted in admitting guilt. Thankfully, the prosecution reevaluated the case and dismissed the charge. Our client can now move on from this ordeal. At Kia Law Firm, we take great pride in achieving fantastic results for our clients. Call us for a free consultation consultation on your new or existing case anytime.

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Case Dismissed on 03/18/22. Motion to Dismiss Case Granted On Speedy Trial Rights

FACTS: Our client was accused of possessing a fake identification while under 21 years old. The prosecutor originally wanted to have him plead guilty to the original offense. We filed a motion to dismiss the entire case and on March 18, 2022, the court granted the motion and the entire case was dismissed. At KIA LAW FIRM, we take great pride in providing dedicated assistance to each individual case. In this particular case, we felt that a Judge could agree with our assertion that our client’s rights were violated. Thankfully, the Judge granted our motion despite the opposition by the prosecutor. Brandon now has a criminal free record and can move on with his life to remain a law-abiding citizen.

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