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 ( 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.

Felony Theft Charges Reduced to Misdemeanors on March 27, 2018

At KIA LAW FIRM, we look for ways to completely help people avoid all criminal convictions if possible. However, at times, clients are caught red-handed making poor choices. In situations like that, we always resort to mitigation to minimize any impact and collateral consequences that a criminal conviction may have. In the case below, we were able to demonstrate to the Court that our clients accepted full responsibility for their bad behavior. While the prosecutor wanted felony probation, we were able to secure misdemeanor reductions through the court. Our clients followed our advice, were able to demonstrate the requisite amount of acceptance of responsibility and complete certain programs that indicate rehabilitation. As a result, they are not convicted felons. A conviction for a felony has drastic consequences, including inability to find employment easily, the inability to own or possess firearms and/or ammunition and other consequences. By giving the clients a second chance at redemption, they can ultimately earn an expungement of the charges as well.

CLICK HERE and HERE for the case results from the court. At KIA LAW FIRM, we just don’t tell you what reductions or wins we obtain, we always demonstrate our commitment to excellence in writing by giving you, our prospective client, the opportunity to review case reports. The attorney-client relationship is based on trust. If you don’t trust your attorney, don’t hire them.

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