Client charged with robbery. Case dismissed on Feb 26, 2013.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE COURT TRANSCRIPT WHERE THE JUDGE DISMISSES THE CASE
Our client was charged with Robbery. Robbery in California is a straight felony, which, for most people, results in a hefty jail sentence, often including State Prison.
We have attached three documents above that you can review to see how serious this case was and how we ultimately had all of the charges dismissed against our client.
In this case, the prosecutor believed that they had sufficient evidence to prosecute our client beyond a reasonable doubt. In fact, even the probation officer who reviewed the allegations in this case recommended that the Defendant be sent to State Prison.
The original offer in this case was 3 years in State Prison.
On February 26, 2013, Kia Feyzjou appeared and announced ready for the Preliminary Hearing in this matter.
In California, a preliminary hearing (evidentiary hearing) is a proceeding, after a criminal complaint has been filed by the prosecutor, to determine whether there is enough evidence to require a trial. In this State, the judge must find there is probable cause that a crime was committed.
Prior to the commencement of this hearing, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office decided to dismiss the charges against our client. Our experience can make all of the difference.