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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.

Mr. Feyzjou concludes jury trial on 04/29/13. Result: HUNG JURY!

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RESULTS FROM THE COURT

Our client, Jose, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. As we started investigating the case, we realized that the client acted in self-defense. We were given an offer of 6 years before preliminary hearing and 15 years right before we started trial. We knew our client is innocent so we decided to go to trial.

On April 29, 2013, the jury returned after 3 days of deliberations and indicated to the court that they were unable to find our client Guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. The judge asked if there was anything else that could be done for the jury to make a decision about guilt or innocence. The jurors all indicated that they just had a difference of opinion about the facts of the case. As a result, the court declared a mistrial.

A mistrial is not a conviction. It is essentially the court’s determination that the jurors are “hung” and cannot reach a verdict.

This is a great result. In order for the prosecution to convict our client, they will have to try him again. However, considering all of the prosecution witnesses lied on the stand and were impeached by each other and their own testimony, we find it unlikely that there will be a re-trial. And, if there is a re-trial, we are comforted by the fact that we have prior sworn testimony to use against these witnesses.

March 5, 2013 Update 6 Felony Charges Dismissed (Fraud and Perjury) Case Closed

CLICK HERE TO SEE DISMISSAL OF 6 FELONY CHARGES

CLICK HERE TO SEE ENTIRE CASE REPORT

We are pleased to report another successful victory at KIA LAW FIRM. In this case, our client was charged with 5 felony counts of Perjury, as well as 1 Felony charge of Fraud. Our client was facing multiple years in Prison based on these charges.

Not only did we persuade the Court to not put our client into custody on $150,000 bail (she was permitted to remain out of custody while the case was pending), we were also able to get the entire case dismissed.

Domestic Violence and Child Endangerment Charges Dismissed

Click Here to See Court Dismissal Of These Charges

Our client Monica was charged with Domestic Violence and Child Endangerment. Generally speaking, people who are convicted of Domestic Violence charges are required by the Court to attend a 52 week Domestic Violence Class. Additionally, people who are convicted of Child Endangerment charges are required to attend a 52 week Child Abuse Class.

In this case, we were successful in demonstrating through aggressive representation that our client was engaged in legal self-defense when her boyfriend and her boyfriend’s daughter attacked her.

On the eve of trial, we offered to resolve this matter for one Misdemeanor count of disturbing the peace.

Disturbing the peace is a crime generally defined as the unsettling of proper order in a public space through one’s actions. This can include creating loud noise by fighting or challenging to fight, disturbing others by loud and unreasonable noise (including loud music), or using offensive words.

Our client resolved the matter for a reduced charge. By doing so, she avoided the mandatory program requirements explained above.

At KIA LAW FIRM, we strive to get your case dismissed. Alternatively, we will also strive to reduce your charges so that the collateral consequences of pleading guilty or no-contest are minimal.

If you have any legal questions, please email kia@kialaw.com.