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.

All DUI charges dismissed on January 11, 2022

FACTS: Our client, Geo, was arrested for driving under the influence. The arresting officer did not believe his assertion that he was not the driver of a particular vehicle. He claimed that the real driver fled the scene and that he was a passenger. The prosecuting agency, the Riverside District Attorney’s Office clearly believed that they could prove he was the driver when they filed charges against Geo. Once Geo received the citation to appear in court and became aware that charges were filed, he contacted our office.

Through our investigation, we were able to do our defense work, obtain witness statements and convince the prosecuting agency that we had a viable defense case to show that the real driver of the motor vehicle that day was the one that should have been prosecuted.

After careful consideration, our esteemed colleagues at the Riverside DA’s office reevaluated the case and agreed to dismiss all DUI charges filed against him.

CLICK HERE to see the COURT DISMISSAL of all charges.

While most attorneys would have stopped right there in doing their work, our office went above and beyond to obtain a particular DMV document that would clear the DMV from using the DUI against him on his driving record.

CLICK HERE to see the DMV form we will be sending to DMV to clear his record there.

If you have any questions about your new or existing criminal case, please feel free to contact us at (951) 686-4818 or you can always text us at that number as well requesting a free consultation.

DISMISSAL OF TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER FOLLOWING TRIAL ON JAN 7, 2022

FACTS: Our client, Liu, was served with a temporary restraining order after this breakup with his girlfriend, Del. Del accused Liu of many false allegations of harassment. Mr. Liu and Mr. Feyzjou sat down and prepared for the trial in this matter. Exhibits were admitted into evidence by our office. At the conclusion of the hearing, the TRO was dismissed. Mr. Liu now does not have any permanent restraining orders granted against him and he is very happy.

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2021 RECENT RESULT

FACTS: Our client, “Anonymous Client”, was charged with possession of a loaded firearm as a felony.

 

RESULT: Through negotiations with the prosecutor, we were able to reduce his offense from a felony to a misdemeanor. Felony probation requires formal probation where you have to meet with a probation officer during the pendency of your probation. Our client was able to avoid this and be placed on summary probation.

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CLIENT FACING FELONY STRIKE ASSAULT CHARGES RESOLVES CASE FOR MISDEMEANORS IN SEPT 2021

FACTS: Our client, Taylor, was involved in an altercation with a friend. The incident resulted in the client being arrested and charged with felony strike charges. Through successful negotiation, we were able to reduce her offenses to a misdemeanor and allow the client to leave the state. Felony convictions have drastic consequences to careers. Thankfully, our client listened to the things that we recommended she does to not be a convicted felon.

CLICK HERE to see the case print showing the misdemeanor case reduction and settlement.

At KIA LAW FIRM, we take great pride to obtain the best results for our clients. We don’t cut corners and we strive to make a difference in their pending criminal matters. Call us at (951) 686-4818 for a free consultation.

PC 422 Criminal Threat Charges Dismissed On the Date Set for Trial in July 2021

Facts:    Our client John was falsely accused of threatening bodily harm on someone during a verbal dispute (PC 422). After conducting our preliminary investigation into the case, we determined that we could obtain a not-guilty verdict at trial. As such, we prepared for trial and set a trial date. On the date set for trial, the prosecutor dismissed the charges against John. The moral of the story if that finding a lawyer that not only believes in you but has the experience to go to trial is key in obtaining the desired result. All too often, we see lawyers that are intimidated by trial and clients end up accepting plea deals that they shouldn’t have taken. Attorney Kia Feyzjou is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the State Bar of California. Hire a fighter on your side and call for a free consultation.

As we indicate in all of our wins, trust is earned. We provide proof of our dedicated work for each of our recent results.

CLICK HERE to see the Complaint filed by the Los Angeles District Attorney against our client

CLICK HERE to see the Criminal Case Summary showing that the case was dismissed.

CLICK HERE to see the First Page of Our Trial Brief showing we were serious about trial and announced ready for trial.

CLICK HERE to see the stamped Minute Order confirming the entire case was dismissed.

DEFENDANT’S FELONY GUN CHARGE REDUCED TO A MISDEMEANOR

FACTS: Defendant Don was accused of driving in a vehicle with a loaded weapon. The prosecution wanted the defendant to be placed on felony probation which would have affected his future career goals. Through successful planning and discussions with the Judge, we were able to get the Judge to reduce the felony offense to a misdemeanor. Therefore, the young client was able to have avoided an early felony conviction for his future. The difference between the felony and misdemeanor is significant where there is remorse and acceptance of responsibility.

 

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