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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.

On 09/13/2016, Client with .20 Blood Result and Accident Gets All DIU Charges Dismissed and Resolves Case For Reckless Driving (Not a DUI)

Click here to see .20 blood result

Click here to see dismissal of DUI charges and plea to reckless driving (CA Vehicle Code 23103 – which is not a DUI)

Kia Law Firm is pleased to announce another victory against the government in the prosecution of drunk driving offenses. In this case, our client “Frank” was involved in an accident and his blood test revealed a blood alcohol concentration of .20.

Through our legal maneuvering and trial strategy, we were able to convince the prosecution to dismiss both DUI charges (CVC 23152(a) + CVC 23152(b)) in exchange for a plea to reckless driving (commonly referred to as a “dry reckless”. The benefit of a dry reckless is that it is not a DUI and does not count as a prior DUI. This is better than a wet reckless which is a DUI. If you are interested to learn more about our services and the professional work that Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist Kia Feyzjou performs on behalf of his clientele, please feel free to to contact our office at (951) 686-4818 or email us at kia@kialaw.com or Mr. Feyzjou’s secretaries at lusia@kialaw.com or julia@kialaw.com.

Not Guilty Verdict at DUI Trial on September 9, 2016

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE NOT GUILTY VERDICT

Kia Law Firm is pleased to report another victory. On September 8, 2016, Kia Feyzjou announced ready for trial on a DUI matter in Riverside, California. Jurors were empaneled on that day and on September 9, 2016, Mr. Feyzjou cross-examined the prosecution witnesses, including the Investigating Officer from the California Highway Patrol, as well as the Criminalist Philip Nhan. After effective cross-examination, including playing portions of the Mobile Video Audio Recording System aka the audio video from the officer’s vehicle, the case was submitted to the jury following closing arguments.

Mr. Feyzjou was able to persuade the Court to dismiss California Vehicle Code 23152(b) which alleged that the client was driving over .08 at the time of the offense. That motion raised by Mr. Feyzjou was granted. Therefore, the only remaining charge before the jury was the charge that the client was driving impaired. Within 45 minutes of deliberations, the jury returned with a not guilty verdict as to Count 1 (driving while impaired).

This is just another example of effective lawyering from Kia Feyzjou, Board Certified Criminalist Law Specialist. As you will note, each one of the victories that Mr. Feyzjou has obtained has documentation to back it up. Many attorneys claim that they get charges dismissed, but without proof, there is nothing to trust.

If you have a drunk driving case that needs aggressive representation, feel free to contact our office at (951) 686-4818 or email Mr. Feyzjou directly at kia@kialaw.com.

Prosecutor Dismisses All Felony Charges During Trial on July 18, 2016

On July 11, 2016, we started trial on several serious felony charges including 1st Degree Residential Burglary, Criminal Threats, Stalking, Felony Domestic Violence and Violation of a Court Order. Our lead attorney, Mr. Feyzjou, spent days preparing for trial. He appeared and he picked a jury. About 15 minutes before attorney Kia Feyzjou of Kia Law Firm was scheduled to present the opening statements in the case, the prosecutor dismissed all charges against the client and the client was released from jail the same day.

In this particular case, the prosecution case was weak. However, they refused to dismiss the case. They initially offered the client state prison. That offer was rejected. The day before trial, they offered the client the opportunity to plead guilty to a felony strike. We rejected the offer. Before the jury was impaneled, the prosecutor agreed to allow the Defendant to plead guilty to a non-strike felony. We rejected the offer. From the very beginning, we believed in the client’s innocence. Finally, on July 18, 2016 the Defendant was able to go home and return to his family.

Moral of the story: Never give up if you are innocent.

CLICK HERE TO SEE A COPY OF THE COURT’S DISMISSAL

Driver’s License Reinstated June 2016. We Beat the DMV Hearing Allowing the Client to Get His License Back

On October 25, 2015, our client was arrested for a DUI. The arresting officer took the Defendant’s drivers license and referred the matter to a formal hearing with the California Department of Motor Vehicles. We beat the DMV hearing and the client was allowed to get his Drivers License back. We also appeared in court on June 17, 2016 and set the matter for trial on July 22, 2016. At the Trial Readiness Conference on July 1, 2016, we persuaded the prosecutor to dismiss the criminal case against our client, Alexander.

CLICK HERE TO SEE CRIMINAL CHARGES DISMISSED

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE DISMISSAL OF THE DMV HEARING WHICH SOUGHT TO SUSPEND THE CLIENT’S LICENSE

Charges Dismissed by Judge on April 13, 2016 After We File Motion to Dismiss

Our office was retained on an old warrant that our client had from 2006. We had two options on how to handle this case. Option 1 would have been to simply show up with the client to court, recall the arrest warrant and plead the client guilty to the offense. That’s the easy way out that, perhaps, many criminal defense lawyers would have chosen. The other option was to challenge the state’s evidence. Simply put, we filed a MOTION TO DISMISS and argued that the charges should be dismissed in the interests of justice. Indeed, the court acquiesced that our arguments had merit and dismissed the charges against our client. At the end, having dismissed charges meant that the client did not have to pay approximately $2000 in court costs and fees, was not placed on probation and did not get any points on his driving record.

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR MOTION TO DISMISS

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE RECORDS REFLECTING THE DISMISSAL OF THE CHARGES

At Kia Law Firm, we take great pride in providing exquisite assistance throughout all aspects of a criminal case. See our 5 Star Reviews on Yelp. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Felony Charges Dismissed in March 2016. Client Pleads to a Misdomeanor. Avoids Prison. Gets Community Service

Our client was charged with Felony theft. We were successful in defending the matter to avoid our client from having to plead to felony charges. Felony probation would have meant that the client would have to check in with a probation officer, not leave the state without permission and other conditions.

CLICK HERE to see the Dismissal of the Felony Charges