CASE RESULTS

Through our comprehensive knowledge of law, extensive case preparation and individualized representation, The Weinrieb Law Firm continues to achieve excellent results for our clients. Below are a few examples of recent Weinrieb Law Firm case results.

  • (April 2016) Client charged with 2 felony counts of possession of a concealed 9mm firearm and possession of brass knuckles while riding his motorcycle with a vested motorcycle club. Mr. Weinrieb worked with the district attorney over months to get both felony charges dismissed, and the case reduced to only one misdemeanor with summary probation. This was an excellent result in one of the most difficult courthouses in the county
  • (February 2016) Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged in the Van Nuys Court with violating a domestic violence restraining order that the prosecution never made him aware of. Mr. Weinrieb worked with the District Attorney in Van Nuys to get the case REJECTED. Afterwords, Mr. Weinrieb was able to get the restraining order lifted by working with the District Attorney at the Lancaster Courthouse where the case was originally filed.
  • (January 2016) Mr. Weinrieb’s client was found not guilty at trial of 8 counts of drug transportation, sales and possession for sales. Van Nuys Court.
  • (January 2015) Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with 10 counts of felony drug offenses, including sales, possession for sales and transportation. Mr. Weinrieb rejected the prosecutor’s unreasonable settlement offer and took the case to trial. At trial the client was convicted of only 1 of 10 charges, and the 1 charge was reduced to a misdemeanor which will ultimately be dismissed from the client’s criminal history upon completion of drug classes. (Van Nuys Courthouse)
  • (November 2015) Los Angeles Superior Court/Federal Court-Mr. Naderi’s client, an alleged cartel member, was stopped with multiple Kilograms of a controlled substance. Mr. Naderi’s client was never charged in the alleged offense.
  • (November 2015) Anonymous Court- Mr. Naderi’s client, a prominent and extremely well known member of the local community, was charged with 3 counts of forcible child molestation. Charges were dismissed and no filing resulted after Mr. Naderi advised the client on how to proceed.
  • (November 2015) Los Angeles Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with hit and run causing injuries. Vehicle on pedestrian. The case was dismissed and not filed.
  • (November 2015) San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with petty theft. Mr. Naderi was able to have the case qualify for a dismissal and NO Caltrans or community service.
  • (November 2015) Los Angeles Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with possession of numerous pictures and videos of child pornography. Carrying up to a maximum of 5 years in prison and a felony. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain a misdemeanor, no jail, and no internet registration for his client.
  • (October 2015) San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with domestic violence, with priors, and significant injuries to the alleged victim. Mr. Naderi was able to get the case dismissed at trial. No conviction.
  • (October 2015) San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client, a prominent figure in the street racing community, was charged with 6 different counts on 3 different cases, while being on both felony and misdemeanor probation. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain no jail for his client with a dismissal of multiple counts.
  • September 2015 Airport Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s Client with a bad prior history was charged with domestic violence with injuries. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain a hearing for the client and had the charges dismissed prior to the court date.
  • September 2015 Sylmar Court- Mr. Naderi's client was arrested for rape on a minor using force. End result, case not prosecuted by the District Attorney's office.
  • September 2015 Pasadena Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's Client was charged with domestic violence with injuries. Client's case was not prosecuted by the District Attorney's office and charges were dropped.
  • September 2015 Airport Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's Client with a bad prior history was charged with domestic violence with injuries. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain a hearing for the client and had the charges dismissed prior to the court date.
  • September 2015 NOT GUILTY! After an 8 day jury trial, Mr. Weinrieb's client was found not guilty of transporting narcotics. Mr. Weinrieb exposed the lies and false reports of the Torrance and LAPD police officers involved in the investigation and his client was acquitted of the felony drug transportation charge. Mr. Weinrieb's client was facing up to four years in county jail if convicted. (Downtown LA Criminal Courts Building)
  • December 2014 San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was being charged with child molestation and facing jail time and sex offender registration. The alleged victim was present and willing to testify. Mr. Naderi's client was granted probation, no jail, a reduced charge, and NO sex offender registration.
  • November 2014 SEXUAL BATTERY CASE DISMISSED. Downey Courthouse. Mr. Weinrieb’s client was charged with molesting a family member. Mr. Weinrieb interviewed at least 10 members of his client's family, all of whom provided statements that they did not believe the false allegations against Mr. Weinrieb's client and that the alleged victim has a history of lying and false allegations. All of these statements were presented to both the detective assigned to the case and the District Attorney's Office. Based on this evidence and other evidence provided by Mr. Weinrieb the District Attorney elected not to file criminal charges.
  • November 2014 Van Nuys Court- ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE dismissed. Mr. Naderi's client was charged with assaulting his former girlfriend with a vehicle, and domestic violence on the same alleged victim as well. After hearing the testimony, the judge dismissed the entire case at the preliminary hearing and released Mr. Naderi's client.
  • November 2014 Criminal Courts Building Downtown- FRAUD AND IDENTITY THEFT CHARGED DISMISSED. Mr. Naderi's client was charged with multiple counts of fraud and identity theft. Mr. Naderi's client had 2 previous attorneys that were unable to obtain a favorable disposition for the client. Mr. Naderi resolved the case with no jail, and the case was ultimately dismissed in court.
  • (October 2014) RAPE CASE DISMISSED. Airport Courthouse. Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with raping his wife. Mr. Weinrieb worked closely with the detectives assigned to the case as well as the Department of Child Services to show the District Attorney that the alleged victim's allegations were complete lies intended only to gain custody of the couple's minor children. All charges were dismissed against Mr. Weinrieb's client who was facing up to nine years in state prison.
  • (September 2014) ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON CASE DISMISSED. Pasadena Courthouse. Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with Assault with a Deadly Weapon (a vehicle) resulting in great bodily injury to the alleged victim. Mr. Weinrieb got all charges against his client dismissed after proving to the prosecutor that the alleged victim framed his client into a traffic accident and then lied about the cause of the crash and his injuries. Mr. Weinrieb's client was facing 7 years in state prison if convicted.
  • (June 2014) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE DISMISSED. LAX Courthouse. Mr. Weinrieb drafted a detailed letter to the District Attorney's Office before any formal felony complaint was filed against his client who was wrongfully arrested for domestic violence. After the District Attorney reviewed Mr. Weinrieb's letter about his client and the false allegations against her all charges were dismissed and no case was filed allowing his client to resume her life
  • (June 2014) Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with domestic violence. When Mr. Weinrieb announced "ready for trial" the prosecutor backed down and agreed to change his settlement offer from a charge of Domestic Violence to Disturbing the Peace. Accordingly, Mr. Weinrieb's client avoided any jail time and, most importantly, any history of violence on his criminal record. Inglewood Courthouse.
  • (May 2014) CASE DISMISSED BASED ON ILLEGAL SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF CLIENT'S HOME. Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with possession of marijuana for sale and was facing substantial jail time. Mr. Weinrieb filed a motion to prevent the prosecutor from entering any evidence of the marijuana into the case because the police located the drugs when they illegally entered his client's home without a warrant after his client was already handcuffed in a police car. The judge granted Mr. Weinrieb's motion and the case was dismissed. Client was fee to go. LAX Courthouse.
  • (April 2014) CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with felony possession of cocaine, and was facing potential jail time and deportation. Mr. Weinrieb rejected the prosecutor's unreasonable plea offer and set the case for preliminary hearing. At the preliminary hearing the prosecutor was forced to announce "unable to proceed" and the case was dismissed. Mr. Weinrieb successfully argued that the police officer did not have enough personal knowledge of the facts of the case to constitutionally testify against his client. Case dismissed. El Monte Courthouse.
  • (April 2014) TWO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES DISMISSED ON THE SAME DAY. In two separate cases involving two separate clients, Mr. Weinrieb's clients were charged with Domestic Violence. Mr. Weinrieb thoroughly developed his clients' strong defenses and announced to the Court that he was ready for trial. After four months of preparation, the prosecutor announced that he could not proceed on either case, and all charges against Mr. Weinrieb's client were DISMISSED. Glendale Courthouse.
  • (March 2014) CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with domestic violence, criminal threats, and dissuading a witness. Mr. Weinrieb thoroughly developed his client's strong defense and announced to the Court that he was ready for trial. The prosecutor requested an extension for trial and Mr. Weinrieb objected that the prosecutor had already had enough time to prepare for trial. The prosecutor was jammed and announced that they could not proceed, and all charges against Mr. Weinrieb's client were DISMISSED.
  • (February 2014) Client who was under 21, was charged with possessing a false identification card. Mr. Zavatsky got the case dismissed. L.A. Metropolitan Courthouse
  • (February 2014) San Fernando Courthouse - Mr. Naderi's client was charged with 2 counts of criminal threats against a Department of Transportation Officer while having a weapon. There was a substantial amount of evidence against Mr. Naderi's client and the conduct of Mr. Naderi's client was egregious. Mr. Naderi was able to have both counts of criminal threats dismissed. The case was reduced to a disturbing the peace as an INFRACTION, the same class as a traffic ticket.
  • (January 2014) CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb's client was found by police in possession of $1,700 in counterfeit money, and was charged with counterfeiting fraud. Mr. Weinrieb argued with the prosecutor that there was no evidence that the client had the specific intent, or the state of mind, to commit fraud, as required for a conviction. After Mr. Weinrieb announced ready for trial, the prosecutor folded and dismissed the case. Downey Courthouse
  • (January 2014) Mr. Weinrieb and Mr. Naderi's clients were each charged as co-defendants with commercial burglary, and were facing significant jail time. RESULT: Both clients' burglary charges were reduced to infractions (less than even a misdemeanor) without jail time or any community service. San Fernando Courthouse.
  • (January 2014) Mr. Naderi was retained by a client convicted of burglary who had twice violated his probation by refusing to attend in-patient drug treatment. The client was facing a punishment of 3 years in state prison if the judge refused to reinstate probation. After substantial negotiations with the prosecutor and judge, Mr. Naderi kept his client of out jail, convincing the judge to allow the client to remain on probation and to re-enroll in drug treatment. Pasadena Courthouse
  • (December 2013) Mr. Weinrieb's client was charged with Robbery by force, a strike offense. The charge was reduced to theft, a non-strike, and client was client was granted probation with no prison time. San Fernando Courthouse.
  • (December 2013) NOT GUILTY. San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi’s client was charged with multiple counts of domestic violence and was facing substantial incarceration time if convicted. Mr. Naderi argued that his client was innocent and had acted only in self defense. The jury quickly returned a not guilty verdict on all counts.
  • (December 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with multiple counts of domestic violence and was facing significant jail time. Mr. Naderi obtained a not guilty on all counts after a jury trial.
  • (November 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with possession of multiple pounds of narcotics for sale. A search revealed multiple firearms, scales, baggies, and pay/owe sheets. Mr. Naderi was able to secure a no jail result with probation and an eventual reduction to a misdemeanor prior to probation terminating.
  • (October 2013) Client charged with forcible rape and forced oral copulation. Client is a professional and was facing state prison and lifetime registration as a sex offender. This client's case was dismissed at trial.
  • (October 2013) Eighteen year old college freshman and three friends charged with Grand Theft from a large cosmetic retail chain. A conviction could have resulted in her University suspending or expelling her and a termination of financial aid. Mr. Weinrieb negotiated a deal with the prosecutor that if his client attended anti-theft classes her charge would be reduced to a mere infraction (a non-criminal offense) which would result in no adverse consequences to her education or financial aid. Client completed the classes and the charge was reduced to an infraction. Pasadena Superior Court.
  • (September 2103) NOT GUILTY. Mr. Naderi's client was accused of Domestic Violence. The client hired Mr. Naderi only two days before trial, giving Mr. Naderi only a short opportunity to prepare to defeat the prosecutor. Within 30 minutes of the finish of trial the jury found Mr. Naderi's client NOT GUILTY of all charges. San Fernando Court.
  • (September 2103) CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb's client was falsely accused of Domestic Violence. After months of negotiation the prosecutor refused to dismiss the case. Mr. Weinrieb announced "ready for trial" and forced the prosecutor to dismiss all charges because the prosecutor was not properly prepared to begin jury trial. Los Angeles Criminal Courts Building
  • (September 2103) CASE DISMISSED. Mr. Weinrieb's client was falsely accused of Criminal Threats and Battery. After months of negotiation the prosecutor refused to dismiss the case. Mr. Weinrieb announced "ready for trial" and forced the prosecutor to dismiss all charges because the prosecutor was not properly prepared to begin jury trial. (Van Nuys Courthouse).
  • (August 2013) CASE DISMISSED. Van Nuys Court- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with making a criminal threat and domestic violence against his wife. Mr. Naderi picked a jury and at the end of trial, the case was dismissed and his client left the courtroom a free man.
  • (August 2013) NOT GUILTY. Attorney Bob' Schwartz's client is found NOT GUILTY of child molestation. The jury returned a NOT GUILTY verdict shortly after the prosecutor completed her closing argument. Mr. Schwartz's client was facing a sentence of 30 years in state prison if convicted. Mr. Schwartz's client was a school teacher with no criminal record falsely accused of molestation. Los Angeles Criminal Courts Building.
  • (August 2013) Probation granted for Mr. Weinrieb's client charged with transporting 2 Kilograms of cocaine from Los Angeles to Oahu, Hawaii through the US Postal Service. Client was facing a sentence of up to 5 years in county jail due to the quantity of cocaine at issue. LAX Courthouse
  • (August 2013) Probation granted to Mr. Weinrieb's client charged with trafficking 2 Kilograms of cocaine and other illegal drugs from Los Angeles to Hawaii. Client was facing a sentence of up to 5 years in prison. LAX Courthouse.
  • (July 2013) Attorney Garret Weinrieb filed a motion to terminate his client's felony probation for possession of brass knuckles. Motion to terminate probation was granted and the client's case was expunged. Van Nuys Courthouse.
  • (June 2013) Van Nuys Court- Mr. Naderi's client, a professional, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a felony. Mr. Naderi worked out the case with no felony probation and a misdemeanor drunk in public with summary probation to terminate in 3 months.
  • (June 2013) Van Nuys Court- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with 2 counts of grand theft auto. The initial offer was 365 days in the county jail. Mr. Naderi was able to secure no jail for his client, as well as a misdemeanor after community service.
  • (June 2013) Airport Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was arrested for domestic violence. Client is a professional and any conviction would have affected his career. Case was dismissed prior to arraignment.
  • (June 2013) Client charged with DUI and driving without a licence. Client's BAC was nearly four times the legal limit of .08, and client was involved in a serious head-on traffic collision. Obtained probation with no jail. The driving without a license charge was dismissed.
  • (June 2013) San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was arrested for transportation of narcotics for sale. Over 1200 pills were seized by the Sheriff's Department. Client was granted probation, no jail, and had his pills returned.
  • (June 2013) Client charged for possession of a dagger. The client did not appear in court four years, and had a warrant for his arrest. Warrant was recalled and the client's probation was reinstated. The charge for possession of a dagger was dismissed, and a no contest plea was entered to disturbing the peace.
  • (June 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client had 1 strike and was arrested for possession and transportation of narcotics for sale. Mr. Naderi was able to have the case dismissed prior to the arraignment date.
  • (June 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was arrested for Felony DUI with Great Bodily Injury. Case was not filed and client was released.
  • (June 2013) Client was charged with DUI. The client was involved in a traffic collision where he collided with a traffic signal, and allegedly caused injury to a passenger in the vehicle. Obtained probation with no jail.
  • (June 2013) Client charged with DUI and allegedly performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. Mr. Naderi argued that the prosecutor had not timely filed the complaint against client, and the court dismissed the case.
  • (May 2013) Client had a warrant out of San Fernando court for failing to appear in court 5 months prior for a scheduled progress hearing. Additionally client had only completed two of his 52 court ordered domestic violence classes. The warrant was recalled and quashed, and probation was reinstated, without receiving any jail time.
  • (May 2013) Client had a warrant out of Santa Clarita Court for failing to appear in court for a scheduled progress hearing. Client had not completed his DUI alcohol class by the court's deadline. Warrant was recalled and quashed, and client was granted permission to re-enroll in his alcohol class, without receiving any jail time.
  • (May 2013) Client was charged with commercial burglary. She was identified as a person of interest in several prior thefts. After long negotiations with the prosecutor, the commercial burglary charge was dismissed, and a no-contest plea was entered to petty theft. Obtained probation and no jail.
  • (May 2013) Client charged with possession of methamphetamine. After successful negotiation with the prosecutor, the client is now taking outpatient drug classes. Upon completion of the classes, the case will be dismissed.
  • (May 2013) Alhambra Courthouse – District Attorney REJECTS FILING sexual battery charges against Mr. Weinrieb's client. Mr. Weinrieb's client was a registered nurse falsely accused by a patient of sexual battery after an operation. The client was fired by the hospital and his life was in shambles. The client vigorously denied the false allegations and hired Mr. Weinrieb to represent him. After nearly one year of investigation and negotiations with the prosecutor, Mr. Weinrieb convinced the prosecutor that there was insufficient evidence to charge the client with any crime and that the District Attorney should not prosecute. In May 2013, the District Attorney formally decided not to press any charges against Mr. Weinrieb's client.
  • (April 2013) San Fernando Court - Mr. Naderi's client was charged with possession of child porn and unlawful sexual intercourse with a 14 year old. The client's exposure included state prison and sex offender registration. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain probation, no jail, and no sex offender registration for his client.
  • (April 2013) Lancaster Court - Mr. Naderi's client was charged with residential burglary, battery causing great bodily injury, assault with a deadly weapon with a great bodily injury enhancement, and criminal threats. The exposure on this case was several years in the state prison and multiple strikes. Mr. Naderi's client was granted probation with no strikes, avoiding state prison and strikes under California's 3 strikes law.
  • (April 2013) Burbank Courthouse - Mr. Weinrieb's client, a 35 year old female, was charged with two counts of Child Endangerment, and faced up to one year in county jail on each charge. After Mr. Weinrieb's negotiations with the prosecutor, both child endangerment charges were dismissed, and the client entered a no contest plea to Disturbing the Peace with no jail time. The prosecutor and Judge agreed to fully dismiss the case entirely 1 year.
  • (April 2013) San Fernando Courthouse - Complete DISMISSAL of all theft charges against Mr. Weinrieb's client. Client is a nurse and had a prior theft conviction. Another conviction would likely have resulted in the suspension of her nursing license.
  • (April 2013) Mr. Naderi's client was under police investigation for Spousal Rape. Due to Mr. Naderi's negotiations with the prosecutor and meetings with the law enforcement agency investigating the case, the case was REJECTED for filing. Mr. Nader's client was facing a sentence of more than 10 years in state prison.
  • (April 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse - Mr. Schwartz's client was facing a 10 year state prison sentence due to a probation violation on Stalking conviction. If the Judge found Mr. Schwartz's client in violation of probation he had the authority to sentence him to the 10 year state prison term. After months of working with his client, the prosecutor and the victims, Mr. Schwartz successfully argued to keep his client on probation instead of having him sentenced to state prison for 10 years.
  • (March 2013) Not guilty: after 5 day jury trial los angeles jury finds mr. Garret weinrieb’s client not guilty of domestic assault, domestic battery, assault and false imprisonment.
  • (March 2013) Van Nuys Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with domestic violence causing injury. Initial offer was probation and county jail time. This case was dismissed at trial pursuant to Mr. Naderi's motion to dismiss.
  • (March 2013) San Fernando Courthouse- Mr. Naderi's client was charged with manufacturing and possessing for sale, counterfeit higher end brand name merchandise. Case dismissed at trial.
  • (February 2013) Airport Courthouse- Mr. Weinrieb's 19 year old client was arrested at LAX for possession of a brass knuckles. The client was facing a penalty of up to one year in county jail. Mr. Weinrieb successfully argued to have the case reduced to an infraction, meaning that the client has no criminal history on his record.
  • (January 2013) Lancaster Court- Client charged with Child abuse causing great bodily harm and death. Mr. Naderi resolved the case at trial with no jail time, a misdemeanor, and parenting classes. Initial offer prior to our representation was jail time, a felony, and 4 years of state prison execution of sentence suspended.
  • (January 2013) San Fernando Court- Client charged with DUI and hit and run involving 4 vehicles. During Mr. Naderi's representation, client was granted probation, no jail, and a dismissal of the DUI.
  • (January 2013) San Fernando Court/Burbank Court- Client charged with hit and run in both courts involving 2 separate incidents. Outcome prior to trial was no jail and probation on both cases.
  • (January 2013) CLIENT CHARGED WITH 10 COUNTS OF FELONY FRAUD HAS ALL FELONY CHARGES DISMISSED AND AGREES TO A ONE COUNT MISDEMEANOR PLEA WITH NO JAIL TIME. Attorney Garret Weinrieb represented client charged with 10 counts of felony insurance and workers compensation fraud. Client was facing up to 3 years in state prison on each count. After nearly one year of investigation and negotiation, Mr. Weinrieb and the prosecutor, specially assigned to the case by District Attorney's Fraud Unit, agreed that all felony charges would be dismissed and the client would plead to only a single misdemeanor count and serve no jail or prison time. Case filed in the Downtown Los Angeles Criminal Courts Building.
  • (December 2012) FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES DISMISSED against Mr. Weinrieb’s client. Attorney Garret Weinrieb represented client charged with felony domestic violence. The Client was facing up to 4 years in state prison. Mr. Weinrieb was prepared to examine the prosecutor’s witnesses at the preliminary hearing when the prosecutor informed the judge that she was dismissing the charges. Mr. Weinrieb presented the prosecutor with emails, text messages and phone logs strongly supporting the client’s defense that he acted in self defense. Lancaster Courthouse.
  • (November 2012) Bellflower Court- Mr. Naderi's client charged with possession of over 8000 lbs of illegal fireworks. Client will receive a misdemeanor and a fine and will not be a convicted felon.
  • (October 2012) PROBATION GRANTED FOR 25 YEAR OLD CLIENT FACING 15 YEARS IN STATE PRISON. Represented by attorney Garret Weinrieb, client – a 25 year old Marine combat veteran – was facing a 15 year sentence for multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon after an alleged residential burglary. The client suffered from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) based on his years of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Mr. Weinrieb’s defense was that the client was “legally unconsciousness” at the time of the events due to a PTSD blackout. Mr. Weinrieb hired the best PTSD expert in the United States and vigorously prepared the case for trial. On the eve of the trial the prosecutor backed down because of the strong PTSD defense , and the client was offered probation and a year of in-patient treatment at the Veteran’s Administration for his PTSD. The client and his family were overjoyed at this result as the client faced no further time in county jail or state prison.
  • (October 2012) Felony domestic violence CASE DISMISSED against client. Attorney Garret Weinrieb rejected the prosecutor’s settlement offer of a misdemeanor domestic violence plea and set the case for trial. Based on evidence that the client acted in self defense and based on inconsistent statements by the alleged victim, the prosecutor was forced to dismiss all charges against the Client. Case was in the Alhambra Superior Court.
  • (September 2012) Client, represented by attorney Garret Weinrieb, was under investigation for multiple counts of Sexual Abuse at his workplace. A conviction of the charges could have resulted in a lengthy State Prison Sentence. The Culver City Police Department Sex Crimes Unit was heavily investigating the client and presented the case for filing to the District Attorney’s Office. After numerous meetings with the police and the District Attorney, Mr. Weinrieb presented a package demonstrating that the allegations against his client were completely false. The case was subsequently rejected by the prosecutor, all charges were dropped, and the client was cleared of all wrongdoing.
  • (September 2012) San Fernando Courthouse- Client charged with child abuse with a maximum state prison exposure of 6 years. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain probation and parenting classes for his client.
  • (September 2012) San Fernando Courthouse- Client charged with theft from Home Depot. Mr. Naderi was able to obtain an infraction and a fine for his client.
  • (September 2012) Van Nuys Courthouse- Possession and cultivation of marijuana for sale- Case dismissed at arraignment after Mr. Naderi spoke to the prosecutor about the case. No further appearances required of Mr. Naderi's client.
  • (September 2012) Van Nuys Courthouse- Domestic violence case with prior incidents of domestic violence- Case dismissed at trial after initial offer of a reduced charge from the prosecutor.
  • (August 2012)Whittier Courthouse - Client represented by Attorney Arvand Naderi charged with DUI while client was travelling approximately 90 MPH. Case settled as a reckless driving/No license suspension.
  • (August 2012)San Fernando Courthouse - Client represented by Attorney Arvand Naderi charged with robbery with a gun while on parole for another robbery. Client also charged with a 10 year gang allegation. Client's gang allegation was dismissed resulting in a minimal sentence.
  • (August 2012)Van Nuys Courthouse - Client represented by Attorney Arvand Naderi client charged with residential burglary (A strike) looking at a state prison sentence. Client's case was reduced to a non-strike and probation. Client was arrested again and was allowed to continue on probation with no additional jail time.
  • (August 2012) Client represented by Attorney Garret Weinrieb charged with being Under the Influence of Methamphetamine. Prosecutor offered 90 days in county jail. Attorney Garret Weinrieb rejected the prosecutor’s plea offer and announced “ready” for trial. The prosecutor was forced to dismiss the case when she realized she did not have sufficient evidence to get a guilty conviction at trial. Client is in the process of becoming a U.S. Citizen and a conviction could have resulted in denial of his citizenship.
  • (July 2012) Domestic Violence charge. Complete dismissal of client’s charge of felony domestic violence. Attorney Garret Weinrieb presented a comprehensive mitigation package – including, alleged victim letters, client character letters, school and employment records – to the San Fernando District Attorney’s office. Upon review, the case was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. Attorney Garret Weinrieb insisted upon further review due to his client’s innocence. Ultimately, the San Fernando City Attorney rejected the case and the client was cleared of all charges.
  • (July 2012) Domestic Violence charge. Complete dismissal of client’s charge of felony domestic violence. Attorney Garret Weinrieb presented a comprehensive mitigation package – including, alleged victim letters, client character letters, school and employment records – to the San Fernando District Attorney’s office. Upon review, the case was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. Attorney Garret Weinrieb insisted upon further review due to his client’s innocence. Ultimately, the San Fernando City Attorney rejected the case and the client was cleared of all charges.
  • (July 3 , 2012) NOT GUILTY: LONG BEACH JURY FINDS MR. GARRET WEINRIEB’S CLIENT NOT GUILTY OF FELONY POSSESSION FOR SALE OF COCAINE AND FELONY POSSESSION FOR SALE OF METHAMPHETAMINE. After only 3 hours of deliberation, jury finds 23 year old male – represented by attorney Garret Weinrieb – NOT GUILTY of felony possession of cocaine and methamphetamine for purposes of sale. Mr. Weinrieb repeatedly impeached the lead police investigator for writing a false and incomplete police report. Man faced punishment of up to 3 years in county jail for each charge.
  • (June 2012) Attorney Garret Weinrieb represented client charged with possession of a large quantity of tar heroin for sale. After substantial negotiations with the prosecutor, the charge was reduced to simple possession, with the client receiving only outpatient drug classes. Upon successful completion of the classes, the client’s case will be dismissed.
  • (June 2012) Attorney Garret Weinrieb negotiated a complete dismissal of client’s 2006 charge for felony hit and run by way of a civil compromise. A conviction could have resulted in client’s deportation from the United States. Client hired Mr. Weinrieb after he had failed to show up to court for over seven years and a bench warrant had been issued for his arrest. Case was filed in the Van Nuys Superior Court.
  • (April 30, 2012) Attorney Garret Weinrieb successfully argued to withdraw a client’s guilty plea to a drug possession charge based on the client’s former lawyer failing to advise him that his guilty plea would cause him to be deported from the United States to Mexico. The client is now entitled to his right to a jury trial. Winning motions to withdraw are pleas are exceptionally difficult, and Mr. Weinrieb relied on complex United States Supreme Court law to sway the Judge in his favor.
  • (March 13, 2012) NO JAIL FOR CLIENT CHARGED WITH SALE OF HEROIN AND SIMULTANEOUS POSSESSION OF A LOADED FIREARM
    Client found in possession of large quantity of heroin for sale and a fully loaded revolver received probation and drug treatment without any jail time. This plea deal was reached with the Judge over the prosecutor's objection. Attorney Garret Weinrieb persuaded the Judge that the Client was an addict that needed rehabilitation and not incarceration. Client was facing up to 10 years in a California State Prison. Case filed in Pasadena Superior Court.
  • January 20 , 2012 -- SAN FERNANDO JURY FINDS SYLMAR MAN NOT GUILTY OF FELONY VANDALISM. REPRESENTED BY ATTORNEY GARRET WEINRIEB.
    After 8 day jury trial, San Fernando jury finds 42 year old male – represented by attorney Garret Weinrieb – NOT GUILTY of felony vandalism. Man faced punishment of up to 6 years in jail.
  • NO JAIL FOR CLIENT CHARGED WITH 4 FELONY "STRIKE" OFFENSES – RESENDENTIAL BURGLARY, FELONY BATTERY (2 COUNTS) AND FELONY ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON.
    Client charged with four felony strike offenses – Residential Burglary, Two Counts of Felony Battery and Assault with a Deadly Weapon – received drug treatment without any jail time. Client was facing up to 8 years in a California State Prison. Case filed in San Fernando Superior Court
  • FOUR COUNTS OF ATTEMPT MURDER CHARGES DISMISSED BASED ON FALSE IDENTIFICATION — June 23, 2011
    After months of preparation and investigation by attorneys Garret Weinrieb and Arvand Naderi, 3 counts of Premeditated Attempted Murder with a Firearm were dismissed by the District Attorney on the day of the Preliminary Hearing. Exposure was Life In Prison. District Attorney dismissed all charges based on findings of false identification. Witness interviews, detailed reviews of video clips, cell phone records, and photographic evidence proved that client was NOT the shooter, and all charges were dismissed.
  • VAN NUYS JURY FINDS PACOIMA MAN NOT GUILTY OF ATTEMPT MURDER — June 14, 2011
    Van Nuys jury finds 23 year old male – represented by attorney Garret Weinrieb — NOT GUILTY of attempted murder. Client’s exposure was 45 years to life in state prison. Jury deliberated for only 1 hour before reaching a NOT GUILTY verdict on all attempted murder and attempted manslaughter charges.
  • DUI Charge and DMV Proceeding
    All charges fully dismissed by the Van Nuys Court and DMV.
  • Two (2) counts of Stalking, Making Harassing Phone Calls and Violation of a Court Restraining Order
    OUTCOME: June 15, 2011, case dismissed on day of trial. D.A. announced unable to proceed. Defense motion to dismiss granted.
  • Nine (9) counts of Rape and related Sexual Abuse charges
    OUTCOME:Case dismissed prior to trial. D.A. announced unable to proceed after preliminary hearing.
  • Two (2) counts of Attempted Murder (punishable by life in prison) following double shooting at gas station
    OUTCOME: Case dismissed prior to trial. D.A. announced unable to proceed after preliminary hearing.
  • Possession of Marijuana for Sale (punishable by three years state prison); Armed with a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony (one year state prison
    enhancement); Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon (punishable by three years state prison); Unlawful Possession of Ammunition by a Convicted Felon (punishable by three years state prison).
    OUTCOME: Probation with no prison or jail sentence. Defendant’s total exposure was 10 years in state prison.
  • Two (2) counts of Assault with a Firearm and three (3) counts of Criminal Threats
    OUTCOME:Case dismissed prior to trial. D.A. announced unable to proceed prior to preliminary hearing.
  • Intentional Discharge of a Firearm in Public
    OUTCOME: Case dismissed after filing Motion to Withdraw Plea. Judge granted motion to withdraw Defendant’s guilty plea and D.A. dismissed prior to the preliminary hearing.
  • Felony Assault with a Knife
    OUTCOME: Negotiated with D.A. for a complete dismissal before the filing of a felony criminal complaint.
  • Felony Possession for Sale of Marijuana (Medical Marijuana Defense)
    OUTCOME: Complete Medical Marijuana defense. Motion to dismiss for lack of sufficient evidence granted. Complete dismissal prior to trial.
  • Two (2) Counts of Felony Fraud and Forgery
    OUTCOME: Case dismissed prior to trial. D.A. announced unable to proceed after preliminary hearing.
  • Grand Theft Auto (punishable by up to three years in state prison)
    OUTCOME: Negotiated dismissal of all charges.
  • Penal Code § 664/187: Two counts of Attempted Murder (punishable by life in prison) following double shooting at Long Beach gas station. Result — negotiated dismissal of all charges.  Filed in Long Beach Superior Court.
  • Health & Safety Code § 11359: One count of Possession Of Marijuana For Sale
    (punishable by up to three years in state prison); Penal Code § 12022(a)(1):
    Armed With A Firearm In the Commission Of A Felony (one year state prison
    enhancement); Penal Code § 12021(a)(1): One count of Unlawful Possession Of
    A Firearm By A Convicted Felon (punishable by up to three years in state
    prison); Penal Code § 12316(b)(1): One count of Unlawful Possession Of
    Ammunition By A Convicted Felon (punishable by up to three years in state
    prison). Result — Probation with no prison or jail sentence. Defendant’s
    total exposure was 10 years in state prison.
  • Penal Code § 487: One count of Grand Theft Auto (punishable by up to three years in state prison).  Result — negotiated dismissal of all charges.  Filed in Long Beach Superior Court. 
  • Penal Code § 647(b): One count of Solicitation of Prostitution (punishable by up to six months in county jail) following Hollywood prostitution sting operation.  Result — negotiated charge reduction to simple trespass (Penal Code § 602) with no jail sentence.  Filed in Hollywood Superior Court. 
  • Penal Code § 459: One count of Commercial Burglary (punishable by up to three years in state prison); Penal Code § 666: One count of Petty Theft With A Prior (punishable by up to three years in state prison); Probation Violation of prior Petty Theft With A Prior conviction (punishable by up to three years state prison).  Result — negotiated concurrent (non-consecutive) sentence of 15 days county jail for all three charges.  Charges filed in Burbank Superior Court and Van Nuys Superior Court. 
  • Penal Code § 459: One count of Commercial Burglary (punishable by up to three years in state prison). Result — negotiated reduction of the burglary charge to a trespass violation under Penal Code § 602.1.  Importantly, a trespass is a non-theft crime that does not qualify as a prior conviction for enhancement purposes in any potential subsequent theft crime charge.  Filed in Burbank Superior Court. 
  • Penal Code § 245(a)(1): Arrest and pending potential prosecution for Assault With A Deadly Weapon (punishable by up to four years in state prison).  Result — due to ongoing successful negotiations with the District Attorney’s Office, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, no formal charges have been filed six months after arrest.  Case is based out of the Los Angeles Superior Court Airport Division (LAX). 
  • Penal Code § 273.5(a): One count of Domestic Battery (punishable by up to four years in state prison); Penal Code § 594: One count of Vandalism (punishable by up to one year in county jail); Penal Code 273.6: One count of Violation Of A (Domestic Violence) Protective Order.  Result — fine and anger management counseling; restitution to the victim for the value of the vandalized property.  Filed in LAX Superior Court.
  • Vehicle Code § 23152(a) and § 23152(b) (DUI). Result — negotiated reduction of the DUI charge (punishable by up to 6 months in county jail and other significant penalties) to a traffic infraction for failure to stop at a light prior to turning.  Filed in Hollywood Superior Court. 
  • Penal Code § 653k: One count of possession of a concealed switchblade (punishable by up to six months in county jail) discovered by Burbank Airport TSA Officers during routine baggage screening. Result — negotiated a complete dismissal of the charge upon completion of community service.  Filed in Burbank Superior Court.
  • Vehicle Code § 23152(a) and § 23152(b): One count of DUI (punishable by up to six months in county jail); Vehicle Code § 23157 (DUI enhancement for refusal to submit to a chemical blood alcohol test — one year potential driver’s license suspension); Vehicle Code § 23110(a): One count of throwing an object from a moving vehicle (beer bottle thrown at off-duty police officer on the freeway).  Result — negotiated dismissal of the throwing of an object count (Vehicle Code § 23110(a)); dismissal of the DUI refusal enhancement (Vehicle Code § 23157); reduction of the DUI count to reckless driving involving alcohol ("Wet Reckless") under Vehicle Code § 23103(a).  Filed in Pasadena Superior Court.
  • Vehicle Code § 14601.1: Two counts of driving on a suspended license (punishable by up to one year in county jail) and a probation violation on a prior driving on a suspended license conviction.  Result — negotiated dismissal of second driving on a suspended license charge; dismissal of the probation violation; remaining count disposed of with a fine.  Filed in Whittier Superior Court.
  • DV-110 Domestic Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) — Opposition to TRO filed by ex-girlfriend based on fabricated facts in an effort to create leverage regarding child custody matter.  Result — Successful argument before the judge to dismiss the TRO and no permanent restraining order entered.
  • Vehicle Code § 20002(a): One count of hit and run with property damage. Result — negotiated civil compromise (Penal Code §1378) with the victim and a complete dismissal of the case by the court.  Filed in Downey Superior Court.

 

 

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