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Client Falsely Accused of Sexual Allegations Facing Life in Prison. Charges Reduced to a Misdemeanor with Community Service and No Jail. No Requirement to Register as a Sex Offender.

Click Here To View Court Records Showing Our Client’s Life Charge Dismissed

Our client was charged with very serious allegations of child sexual abuse, which, if convicted, he would serve a life sentence in prison. When we first received the case in May 2011, we knew our client was innocent. Our client’s bail was originally set at $1,000,000. We fought against the charges vigorously and in August 2011, finally shed some light on the prosecutor that the life charges against our client was not appropriate.

In August 2011, after four months in jail, the District Attorney finally agreed to Dismiss Count 1 which was a charge of engaging in oral copulation with a child under 10. After extensive investigation, we were able to provide evidence that our client had not engaged in this type of behavior, or any sexual behavior whatsoever. Accordingly, the life charges were dismissed and our client’s bail was then reduced to $50,000.00 and he was released on bail.

While our client was out on bail, we continued to aggressively defend this case by showing our client was innocent. In doing so, we knew that we had to set this matter for trial and let a jury of our client’s peers determine his guilt or innocence. Even though the life charges were dismissed, the District Attorney continued to allege that our client was a child sexual predator and proceeded against him based on allegations that he engaged in lewd conduct with a child.

We set the matter for trial and our client was scheduled to start on August 27, 2012. Just before we started trial, the District Attorney finally agreed to resolve this case for a Misdemeanor charge of False Imprisonment with the balance of his time to be done on Community Service. Client was not required to register as a sex offender Pursuant to Penal Code 290. Client will not be deported or face the ridicule and embarrassment of falsely being a convicted child molestor.

If you have a child sexual abuse case that you need a second opinion, please contact our office at (951) 686-4818.

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