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Client faced a mandatory minimum of 10 years incarceration, we were able to secure a sentence of 1 day in jail.
Client rejected all plea offers. After the trial concluded, the jury needed only 2 hours to acquit client of all felony charges, and even the criminal mischief charge as well.
We were able to convince the Manhattan DA's office to dismiss the case without any ACD at all. The case was dismissed and sealed immediately.
After preparing this case for a JURY TRIAL, the DA's office finally offered a reduced charge and gave my client a no-jail sentence of probation.
Client faced a mandatory minimum of 10 years' incarceration, we were able to secure a sentence of 1 day in jail.
Client rejected all plea offers. After the trial concluded, the jury needed only 2 hours to ACQUIT client of all felony charges, and even the criminal mischief charge as well.
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