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Sexual Penetration Charges Dismissed On Feb 19, 2015

Our client was charged with felony domestic violence and sexual penetration by force based upon fraudulent accusations.

Click here for proof of the dismissal of the felony charges.

The police officer who took the report believed the victim and arrested the Defendant. The filing prosecutor pressed charges against the Defendant and he was arrested. We were retained to assist with the case.

Our client had expressed that he was falsely accused of these felony charges. At the initial court appearance that we appeared on with the client in custody, he was offered 3 years in prison. We immediately started our investigation and defense in that case. After we interviewed witnesses that knew the alleged victim, we completely painted a different picture as to what happened on the date of the Defendant’s arrest. Had the Defendant not hired an experienced attorney, he would have potentially ended up in prison, deported and faced with the prospect of lifetime sex offender registration.

On February 19, 2015, immediately before we started the preliminary hearing, we were presented with an offer that our client did not want to refuse. In order to get a full dismissal, our client would have had to pay trial fees and be prepared for trial. Our client wanted to end the matter and agreed to accept a deal simply to find closure. However, the deal was decent. He would plead to two misdemeanor charges, get work release, not have to register for his lifetime as a sex offender. Considering the original offer was 3 years in prison, accepting responsibility to two misdemeanors was something that appeased the client.

Our client accepted responsibility to move on with his life. He would have had a great trial matter. Regardless, if it was not for an aggressive defense, we would not have been offered a misdemeanor proposal.

This case goes to show you that just because you have been arrested or charged with a crime, it does not mean that the charges will stick. Quite often, poor investigation and lying witnesses allow charges to be filed against you. Always have a good lawyer on your side. Mr. Feyzjou is certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization as a specialist in criminal law. For a free consultation, please contact our office.

Not Guilty Verdict At Trial On Feb 6, 2015

Our client, Melissa Lyons, was charged with possessing drugs with the intent to sell. She was offered multiple years in prison. From our review of the facts and evidence, we felt comfortable setting the case for trial. At trial, we cross-examined the state expert on their theory of our client possessing drugs for the purposes of being a drug dealer. At the end, we were victorious. The jury returned with a verdict in less than one hour of deliberations with a not guilty verdict as it relates to sales. She was convicted of possessing drugs and for having a smoking pipe, both misdemeanors. At Kia Law Firm, we take great pride in defending those wrongfully accused of crime. If you have any legal matters that you need an opinion on, please call (951) 686-4818.


October 2012. Client is Charged with HS 11359 Possession of Marijuana for Sale. Case Dismissed.


This is the story about Randolph who was falsely accused of possessing Marijuana for sale. When Randolph and I first met, he explained to me that all of the things that the officers had found were not possessed for purposes of selling Marijuana. We conducted a brief investigation and determined that our client was truthful.

With that said, we took on the case. We made several appearances and conducted intense investigation into the police practices, evidence seized and obtained documentary evidence consistent with our client telling the truth.

Our client was offered 32 months in State Prison. We rejected that offer.

We announced ready for the Preliminary Hearing and before we even started the hearing, the District Attorney realized that they had a weak case and dismissed the charges against our client.

What do we learn from a case like this? An officer can arrest an individual based on probable cause. The filing deputy at the District Attorney’s Office can file a Complaint against a Defendant on the theory that there is sufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.

However, with a confident well-prepared attorney, cases can be dismissed. We have included a minute order showing the results of our work and the dismissal.

If you have any questions about your case, we always offer a free consultation. Feel free to contact us at (951) 686-4818 for more information.