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 ( 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.

Temporary Restraining Order allegations dismissed against client on 10/23/20

FACTS: Our client is Emilio. His soon-to-be ex-wife, ERICA, went to court in Jan 2020 and accused him of various acts of violence. She tried to obtain custodial advantage of the three minor children through her claims. At her first hearing, she went alone and indicated all the levels of abuse she had endured. The initial hearing was done outside of the presence of our client. The restraining order was initially granted, as many are. However, our client, Emilio, decided to challenge the allegations of ERICA and hired our firm. We planned and prepared a vigorous defense.

Our trial started on October 23, 2020 in San Bernardino Superior Court. The petitioner, ERICA, brought two witnesses with her to claim that she was violently confronted by EMILIO. Mr. Feyzjou of KIA LAW FIRM aggressively defended against these false allegations of domestic violence. We were able to obtain video footage of the incident and there was no violence that occurred at the location where she indicated.

As a result of our tenacious defense, the court DISMISSED ALL RESTRAINING ORDERS that were initially granted against our client, EMILIO.

Our client’s name is now clear.

What is the moral of the story? If your tooth hurts, you go to the dentist. You don’t self-diagnose and try to treat it yourself because you simply cannot fix your own issue. With criminal and restraining order matters, if you are falsely accused of committing acts that you did not commit, hire a competent lawyer to come to your aid.

The stigma of having a criminal record or a valid restraining order against you is horrendous. Don’t assume you know what you’re doing. There is an old saying, “you get what you pay for”. Invest in your future and fight against frivolous claims that ruins lives, families and careers.

If you have any questions, we offer FREE CONSULTATIONS.

At KIA LAW FIRM, we are committed to your achievements and to get to the truth of the matter. If you follow directions and are willing to follow our detailed plan from day one, we will have a better likelihood of success in your court journey.

CLICK HERE for a copy of the dismissal.

At KIA LAW FIRM, we don’t just say we win, we document all of our wins by showing MINUTE orders and court records. Trust is earned. Read through our RECENT RESULTS for all success journeys with all of our clients.


FACTS: Our client, “Noah” was arrested for a violation of CVC 23152(a) and CVC 23152(b), commonly known as driving under the influence of alcohol. His work obligations and commitment made it difficult for us to plead to a standard DUI. As a result, we were able to reduce the offense to a “wet reckless” and the case resolved.

CLICK HERE for the minutes reflecting the terms of the settlement

Felony Charges of Assault with Force Likely to Cause Great Bodily Injury along with Strike Allegations Dismissed on 10/6/20. Client Pleads to Misdemeanor Battery Charges.

FACTS: Our client, Rod, was accused of very serious offenses of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, and also causing great bodily injury in a fight he was involved in. After over three years of litigation, days away from trial, we were able to secure a misdemeanor offer to resolve the case for PC 242, simple battery.  He is not a convicted felon and can move on with his life.




Felony Assault With a Deadly Weapon Charges, Along With Great Bodily Injury Allegations Dismissed. Client pleads guilty to Misdemeanor Battery PC 242 on September 17, 2020.

FACTS: Our client was accused of assault with a deadly weapon in violation of Penal Code 245(a)(1), along with the enhancement for causing great bodily injury (PC 12022.7). This was a felony strike matter. Through successful negotiation, we were able to resolve the case for a misdemeanor simple battery in violation of Penal Code 242. A huge win for a client deserving of such a reduction in light of the facts and circumstances of the case. CLICK HERE for the redacted minutes from the court reflecting the settlement. At KIA LAW FIRM, we stand behind our results. We always include our results in writing, we never claim to get cases dismissed or reduced verbally. Trust is earned.


FACTS: Our client had various charges including standard DUI offenses, as well as resisting arrest. Through successful negotiation, we were able to amend the charges to a “wet reckless” which was beneficial in this client’s case to avoid the imposition of DMV penalties on his career.


CLICK HERE to see the minutes reflecting the terms of the plea.


The California State Legislature made a number of changes last term that impacts how we practice criminal law in California.




  • Senate Bill 310 modified Code of Civil Procedure Section 203.
  • Under the previous rule, If you have been convicted of a felony or malfeasance in office and have not had your civil rights restored, you cannot serve as a juror.
  • Under the new rule, a felony conviction is no longer an automatic disqualification for jury service.
    • Exceptions:
      • Persons who have been convicted of a felony and are currently on parole, post-release community supervision, felony probation, or mandated supervision for the conviction of a felony.
      • Persons who are currently required to register as a sex offender pursuant to Section 290 of the Penal Code based on a felony conviction
    • Among the historical justifications for excluding felons from jury service are the belief that these individuals lack character and harbor an inherent bias, both against the government and in favor of the defendant.
    • Essentially, the new law provides for a far better cross section of the population of the area served by the court.


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