Defendant is Offered to Accept Life in Prison Before Trial. Offer Rejected. Mr. Feyzjou Wins at Trial. Case Dismissed.
The case above represents a prime example of how Mr. Feyzjou’s client was offered to accept a life sentence before trial. I strongly believed in the innocence of my client. We rejected the offer. We proceeded to trial. For many attorneys, this would have been a daunting task. Many attorneys who are fearful of going to trial often pressure their clients to accept deals, rather than test the state of the evidence.
Using litigation strategies, tactics and exceptional trial litigation skills, my client and I moved forward and trial commenced. I have attached the transcript referencing the life sentence offer my client was given prior to our starting trial. I have also attached the court’s “docket” which reflects what happened at trial. Please note the second to last page of this PDF attachment. As you will note, the case was dismissed after the jury returned with a hung jury verdict.
What does this mean? This means that an individual who was facing life in prison is now a free man. The police officer believed my client was guilty, therefore, he was arrested. The Los Angeles District Attorney believed that my client was guilty beyond a reasonable a doubt, therefore, they filed a criminal complaint against him. However, my office, myself and my staff believed in the innocence of our client.
My exceptional trial skills allowed me to persuade the 12 impaneled jurors that this case was based on more of a personal vendetta against my client, as opposed to a true violation of any criminal statute.
To this day, my client keeps in contact with me, practically, on a weekly basis thanking me for the work we did on his behalf.
A good trial attorney will post not only his results, but proof to back it up. For all of our exceptional results, you will see minute orders and court records referencing our past record. When choosing an attorney to assist you on your criminal matter, don’t rely on anonymous statements that are unsupported. As you will note, we redact the names of our clients for confidentiality reasons, however, the records are nonetheless made public on www.kialaw.com.
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