Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Attorneys in Southern California, Including the Counties of San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles & Orange

Case Results

If you are facing criminal charges in the Rancho Cucamonga area, then you would benefit from the effective, experienced and aggressive criminal defense of Attorney Kirk M. Tarman. Mr. Tarman has over 20 years of legal experience defending the rights of the accused and he is driven to produce results. No matter the charge that you are facing, whether you are accused of assault, theft, embezzlement, domestic violence or DUI, we are capable of defending even the most austere criminal charges.

At The Law Offices of Kirk Tarman & Associates, our Rancho Cucamonga criminal attorney can vigorously fight to have your charges reduced or discharged completely. Let our experience, knowledge and skills work for you! Our firm offers a free case evaluation to all potential clients and we are available 24/7 to answer your call! We have a track record of success and a history of case victories- check out our recent case results below to see for yourself!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client charged with Misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) V.C. 23152(b) out of Murrieta Riverside.

    Result: After filing extensive motions, the District Attorney reduced to a Wet and Reckless (V.C. 23103)

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being an Accessory to a Felony (P.C. M32).

    Result: Our attorneys were able to get the entire case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (e)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.08% out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against his license.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charge: Client was charged with a misdemeanor willful cruelty to a child (PC273A(B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client into the work release program, child abuse program and probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with felony infliction of corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant, willful cruelty to a child, child abuse, and he had multiple prior felony convictions (PC 273.5(A), PC273A(A) & PC11770.12(A)-(D)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case reduced to a misdemeanor, get our client into the work release program, domestic violence program and probation!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with felony infliction of corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant, vandalism under $1000 damage, and obstruction/resisting a police officer (PC273.5(A), PC594(A) & PC148(A)(1)) out of the San Bernardino courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case reduced to a misdemeanor, get our client into the domestic violence program and probation!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with misdemeanor driving with a suspended license due to a DUI and driving without a license (VC 14601.2(A) &VC 12500(A)) out of the Inglewood courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor DUI which included driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.08% out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against her license.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client retained us to do a Certificate of Rehabilitation out of Riverside county. He was arrested and charged with four felony counts of planting and cultivating marijuana for sale back in the 80’s. He had been struggling with the stigma of being a convicted felon for decades which was adversely affecting his career and life in general.

    Results: After an extensive hearing, our attorneys were able to get the Certificate of Rehabilitation granted! In addition, when the Certificate of Rehabilitation was granted, there was an automatic application for a Governor’s Pardon. After a few short months, the Governor’s pardon was granted as well!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for having his vehicle involved in an accident with property damage/hit and run (VC 20002(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charge: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI which included driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.08% out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office. The stakes were high due to client’s high blood alcohol content of 0.29%.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against his license.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor resisting arrest (PC 148(A)(1)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for resisting arrest (PC 148(A)(1)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony DUI causing bodily injury (VC 23153 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charge: Client was charged with a misdemeanor public intoxication (PC647 (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for vandalism under $1000 damage (PC 594(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with soliciting prostitution (PC 647(B)) out of the Pomona courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charge: Client was charged with a misdemeanor battery on spouse (PC243(E)(1)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts and a misdemeanor count of possession/purchase for sale of narcotics/controlled substances, possession of contraband in prison/jail, and possession of marijuana for sale (HS11351, PC4573.6(A) & HS11359(B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client into the work release program, probation and get our client’s property returned to her!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with four felony counts of possession of a dangerous drug/controlled substance, unlawful use identifying or information and making, possessing, uttering fictious instrument (HS11377 (A), PC530.5 (A) & PC476) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client community service and probation.

  • Not Guilty Verdict
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts of sexual penetration against a victim’s will by force/duress and sexual battery (PC289(A)(1) & PC243.4(A)) out of the Victorville courthouse. The case drew a lot of media attention as it involved a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and one of his patients.

    Results: Our attorneys worked hard on this case for over a year before taking it to trial. The jury trial lasted two weeks and after all was said and done, the jury found our client not guilty on both counts! He can finally start to move on whit his life again now.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony for sale- transportation of more than 28.5G of Marijuana or more than 4G concentrated (HS11360(A)(3)(D)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client into the work release program and probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with three felony counts of possession of a controlled substance for sale and possession of a controlled substance while armed with a loaded firearm (HS11378 & HS11370.1(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client into the work release program and probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the West Covina courthouse. The stakes were high due to the fact that this was our client’s 2nd DUI and our client has a Class A license.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) and our client was able to get his Class A license back!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts of burglary and grand theft over $400 (PC459 & PCM487(A)) out of Riverside County.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client work release and summary probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts of burglary and grand theft over $400 (PC459 & PCM487(A)) out of Riverside County.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client work release and summary probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI for being under the influence of a drug (VC 23152(E)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless (VC 23103)!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts of shooting at an inhabited dwelling and shooting at an unoccupied dwelling (PC246 & PC247 (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. Our client suffered from mental illnesses and needed treatment rather than incarceration.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney and presenting lots of medical documentation on behalf of our client, our attorneys were able to get our client into an inpatient program and formal probation.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for possession of a dangerous drug/controlled substance (HS 11377 (A)) out the San Bernardino courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC647 (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys got the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103).

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with three misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence, driving under the influence of alcohol above 0.08% or more and driving while license was suspended for driving under the influence (VC23152(A), VC23152(B) & VC14601.2(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for lewd or dissolute conduct in a public place (PC647(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client to pay fees/fines and probation.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for a hit and run (VC20002(A)) out of the San Bernardino courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for inflicting a corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC647 (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC647 (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC647 (F)) out of the San Bernardino courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC647 (F)) out of the Victorville courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103).

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with 9 misdemeanor cases of possession of narcotics (HS11350), possession of a controlled substance (BP4060), possession of a controlled substance- paraphernalia (HS11364), under the influence of a controlled substance (HS11550(A)), failure to appear after a written promise (PC853.7) and possession of a dangerous drug/controlled substance (HS11377(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get 8 out of the 9 cases dismissed! Our client will only need to complete a rehab program in order to dismiss the last case.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with two misdemeanor counts of possession of dangerous/controlled substance and use/under influence of controlled substance (HS 11377(A)) & HS 11550(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. The client had a high blood alcohol content of 0.25.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse with a misdemeanor DUI, carrying an exposed unloaded handgun in his vehicle and evading a peace officer (VC 23152 (A) & (B), PC 26350 (A)(2) & VC 2800.1 (A)).

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse with two misdemeanor counts of possession of a dangerous drug/controlled substances (HS 11377(A)).

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse with a felony for inflicting corporal injuries on his spouse and criminal threats which will result in death or great bodily injury (PC 273.5(A) & PC 422(A)).

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client formal probation and get him into a domestic violence program.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the San Bernardino courthouse. The client had a high blood alcohol content and a prior DUI.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103).

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI and unlawful combined influence of alcohol and drugs while driving (VC 23152(B) & (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103).

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats which will result in death or great bodily injury, use of a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and inflicting corporal injury on a spouse (PC 245(A)(1), PC 422(A)-F, PC 12022(B)(1), PC 236-F, & PC 273.5(A)-F) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get all of the charges dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, criminal threats which will result in death or great bodily injury, possession/purchase for sale narcotic/controlled substance and willful cruelty to a child (PC 273.5(A)-F, PC 245(A)(4)-F, PC 422(A)-F, HS11251-F & PC 273A(B)-M) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client formal probation.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony for welfare fraud out of the San Bernardino courthouse in addition to two counts of perjury (WI10980(C)(2) & PC118(A)-F). The client was a licensed professional and any conviction on her record would mean her losing her license and ability to support herself and her family. The stakes were very high.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with two misdemeanor counts for being in possession of a dangerous controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance – paraphernalia and use/under influence of controlled substance (HS11377(A), HS11364 and HS11550(a)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get our client into a rehab program and get all of the charges dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. Due to having a commercial license, stakes were high – his career was on the line.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) and our client was able to get his Class A license back!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse for an assault with a deadly weapon (PC 245 (A)(1)).

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI for being under the influence of a drug (VC 23152(E)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless (VC 23103).

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with his second misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse. His BAC was 0.16%.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a)) out of Los Angeles County.

    Results: The case was set aside, and the DMV took no action against our client!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was accused of rape (PC 261) and was facing serious charges out of Los Angeles County.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, The University Committee Board, Chief of Civil Rights Officer, and Title IX Coordinator, our attorneys were able to shield our client from any criminal charges being filed against him.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor burglary (PC 459) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get this case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client violated her probation under Prop 36 and was driving without a license (VC 12500) in San Bernardino County.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get her reinstated into Prop 36 with no further penalties and her driving without a license charge was dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was facing a misdemeanor battery charge (PC 242) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor marijuana DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to bring that charge down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a DUI while on DUI probation (VC 23154 (a)), out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with being drunk in public (PC 647) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to bring the charge down to a disturbing the peace infraction (PC 415)!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC 647) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. The stakes were high due to the client’s high blood alcohol content of 0.21%.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with misdemeanor for evading a peace/police officer, hit and run, and driving with suspended license (VC 2800.1(A), VC 20002(A) & VC 14601.1) out of the El Monte courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charges dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI which included driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.08% out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against his license.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI which included driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.08% out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against his license.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with three misdemeanor counts of battery against a peace officer (PC243(B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our lawyers were able to reduce the charge to a resisting arrest charge (PC69). Our client will only need to complete a work release program and pay a small fine.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was a minor and was charged out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse with a misdemeanor for having a fake ID and providing false information to a police officer (BP25661(A) & PC148.9(A)).

    Results: Our attorneys were able to the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for shoplifting (PC 459) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for use/under influence of controlled substance (HS 11550(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Riverside Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was pulled over for speeding but ended up getting charged with a DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was being charged with a DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with possession of a controlled substance (HS 11377) and for violating a written promise to appear in court (PC 853.7) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charges dismissed! No charges were filed against our client.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with driving on a suspended license (VC 14601.1) and violating his probation (PC 1203).

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to dismiss the driving on a suspended license charge and got the violation of probation charge reduced to an infraction.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Our client was charged with three DUI's (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) all within approximately 10 days of one another and two were in the same county.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorneys, our attorneys were able to reduce two of those DUI's to wet reckless charges (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class for both of those cases, was put on probation, and had some fines to pay.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for willful cruelty to a child PC 273 (a) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiations, the District Attorney was willing to dismiss the case if our client completed parenting classes. Our client successfully completed the parenting classes and then our attorneys got the case dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)), and driving on a suspended license (VC 14601) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine. Our attorneys got the driving with a suspended license charge dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charges down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was being charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend an alcohol first offender class, was put on probation and had a fine to pay.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for possession of a controlled substance (HS 11350) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) and also for driving without a license (VC 12500) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.17%.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor marijuana DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.26%.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse. His BAC was 0.22%.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Riverside Courthouse. Her BAC was 0.11%.

    Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

    Results: Initially, the DMV ruled against our client and suspended his driving privileges for one year. Our attorneys filed an appeal based on the fact that our client was not properly admonished, as required by law. Our appeal was granted and the matter was set side!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a)) and reckless driving (VC 23103 (a)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.11%.

    Results: Initially, the DMV ruled against our client and suspended his driving privileges for four months. Our attorneys filed an appeal and the matter was set side!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)).

    Result: A Motion to Suppress the Evidence was filed and granted by Judge. It was appealed by the DA, but the decision to suppress the chemical test results was upheld by the Appellate Court. The DA offered to dismiss the D.U.I. and instead, added a third count, a moving violation infraction.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was arrested for felony False Imprisonment (P.C. 236) and charged with Battery (P.C. 242).

    Result: After filing various motions, the DA dropped the felony charge and added an amended charge of misdemeanor Disturbing the Peace (P.C. 415(2)), with no jail time, just fees, fines, and summary probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a second time misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)).

    Result: A Motion to Suppress the Evidence was filed and the DA offered to dismiss the D.U.I., offering our client an infraction for Possessing an Open Container While Driving (V.C. 123222(A).

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Petty Theft (P.C. M484(A) / 490.5(A)) for taking merchandise from a major national retail store.

    Result: After going back and forth with the DA, our attorneys were able to get the charge down to a misdemeanor Trespassing (P.C. M602) with no jail time, just fees, fines and summary probation.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)). He is a commercial driver and was at risk of losing his commercial driver's license.

    Results: The attorneys were able to show that there was insufficient evidence to convict the client of a D.U.I. A Judgment of Acquittal was filed and granted by the Judge. The DA offered a misdemeanor Reckless Driving charge (V.C. 23103(A)), with no jail time, just fees, fines, summary probation and the client was able to keep his commercial license.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Battery on Spouse (P.C. M243(E)(1)).

    Result: Attorney Kirk Tarman was able to show that there was insufficient evidence to convict our client and he was able to get the charge dismissed!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Corporal Injury on a Spouse (P.C. M273.5(A)).

    Result: Case dismissed! Our client attended counselling and was able to move forward with her life and career.

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was charged with a first-time misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a)). He sped through a checkpoint and slammed on his brakes. His speech was slurred according to the Officer's audio recording.

    Result: After careful review of the evidence, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts, Rape (P.C. 261(A)(2)) and Oral Copulation by Force/Fear of Bodily Injury (P.C. 288A(C)(2)(A)) after his girlfriend made false allegations against him. He was facing life in prison if convicted.

    Result: The attorneys were able to get his charges down to an Assault (P.C. 245(A)(4) and no registration as a sex offender. He was also given credit for time served.

  • Not Guilty Verdict
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    Charges: Client was charged with a felony count for a Lewd Act with a Child (P.C. 288(a)).

    Result: Our attorneys took this case to trial and the client was found not guilty on all counts!

  • Dismissed
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    Charges: Prior to the preliminary hearing, the client was charged with nine felony counts and facing life in prison. Four of those felony counts, including Kidnapping (P.C. 207(A)), Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)) and Attempted Murder (P.C. 664/187(A)), were discharged. The client was held to answer on the five remaining felony counts for Kidnapping (P.C. 207(A)), Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)), Assault with a Deadly Weapon (P.C. 245(A)(1)), Participation in a Criminal Street Gang (P.C. 186.22(A)), and Felon in Possession of a Firearm (P.C. 29800(A)).

    Result: Despite facing nine felony counts, the client took a deal for only one felony count, Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)). The other four felony counts were completely dismissed!

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for Disorderly Conduct (P.C. M647(F)).

    Result: In the end, the client was able to walk away with just an infraction for Fighting; Noise; Offensive Words (P.C. 1415).

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for Grand Theft by Embezzlement (P.C. 487(A)) for taking approximately $18,000 cash from a retail store where she worked.

    Result: The client was sentenced to work release, probation and no nights in jail.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client retained our office to represent him on his second D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and (b)). While we were defending his case, he picked up a third D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and (b)). In both instances, his blood alcohol content exceeded 0.20.

    Result: In the end, the client walked away with no jail time; just fees, fines and summary probation.

  • Charges Reduced/Dismissed
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    Charges: Client was facing three felony counts for Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale (H.S. 11378), Possession of a Controlled Substance while Armed with a Loaded Firearm (H.S. 11370.1(A)) and Using a False Compartment for Storage of a Controlled Substance (H.S. 11366.8(A)).

    Result: The attorneys were able to get two of the charges completely dismissed - Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale (H.S. 11378) and Possession of a Controlled Substance while Armed with a Loaded Firearm (H.S. 11370.1(A)). The client took a deal for the transportation charge. He was placed on probation with 90 days of work release.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: The client was a co-defendant in a murder case. He was charged with a felony for being an Accessory After the Fact (P.C. 32).

    Result: The client was sentenced to formal probation for one year.

  • Charges Reduced
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    Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!

  • Dismissed
    DMV v. Rodney F
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152(A)&(B)) out of the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office.
    • Results: Our attorneys were able to get a set aside for our client! No action will be taken against his license.
  • Dismissed
    The People v. Abran B
    • Charges: Our client was facing a domestic violence Temporary Restraining Order (DV TRO) out of the San Bernardino courthouse. The stakes were high for our client because he is an active duty military member and was facing severe repercussions from his employer.
    • Results: On the day of the DV TRO hearing, a full trial was held. It lasted all day and after all was said and done, the judge denied the DV TRO! Our client can finally move on with his life again, without any legal stress or issues.
  • CHARGES DISMISSED
    The People v. Aylinawati

    Charges: Our client was charged with a misdemeanor for shoplifting (PC 459) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Result: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!

  • CHARGES REDUCED – DUI (SB COUNTY)
    The People v. BM

    When officers arrived on scene, they found our client passed out in his truck while the truck was in drive and the client’s right foot was on the brake pedal. Once the officers woke our client up, they noticed that he showed symptoms of intoxication. After performing a series of standard field sobriety tests, the officer opined that our client was under the influence of alcohol. As a result, he was arrested for a DUI. The stakes were high due to the fact that he needed his driver’s license to keep his job. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) and our client was able to keep his driver’s license!

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Bob

    Charges: Our client went on a shooting trip and forgot that he had left a firearm inside his vehicle. He was stopped at a later date and the officer found the weapon during a search of his vehicle. He was charged for carrying a concealable weapon in a vehicle. 

    Results: Our attorneys were able to negotiate with the District Attorney and we ultimately got the entire case dismissed!

  • Reduced Charge
    The People v. Brandon R

    Charges: Police officers arrived on scene to find our client’s vehicle rolled over and upside down on the highway. He was arrested and charged with a felony DUI (VC 23153 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the felony DUI to a misdemeanor charge (VC 23153 (A)).

  • CHARGES REDUCED
    The People v. Brandon R

    Charges: Police officers arrived on scene to find our client’s vehicle rolled over and upside down on the highway. He was arrested and charged with a felony DUI (VC 23153 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

    Result: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the felony DUI to a misdemeanor charge (VC 23153 (A)).

  • CHARGES REDUCED
    The People v. Cesar R

    Charges: Our client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. The client had high stakes because a DUI on his record would cause him to lose his job.

    Result: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney and preparing the case for trial, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a dry reckless charge! The client was extremely relieved to move on with his life and continued success with his career.

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Christopher L
    • Charges: Our client was facing a felony domestic violence case (PC 273.5(A)) out of the Pomona courthouse.
    • Results: After extensive conversations with the District Attorney’s office, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • CHARGES REDUCED
    The People v. Cole

    Charges: Our client and his girlfriend were traveling in a vehicle with the girlfriend’s father who was a convicted felon. They were pulled over by a police officer for having an illegal tint on the car windows. When the officer made contact with our client, the officer could smell marijuana and pulled everyone out of the vehicle to search them. The officer found cocaine, baggies and a scale. Our client was arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell (HS 11351), a felony.

    Result: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges down to a misdemeanor!

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Cordell P.

    Charges: Our client was charged with two felony charges for being a felon in possession of a firearm (PC29800(A)(1)) and for being a felon in possession of ammunition (PC30305(A)(1)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. The police received a telephone call that there were several individuals trespassing on private golf course property. When they arrived, they saw our client leaving the golf course. Suspicious of our client’s activities, the officer pulled our client’s vehicle over and conducted a search. Ammunition was found in the trunk of the vehicle and a firearm was recovered close by, alongside the road. Our client was then arrested and taken into custody.

    Results: Attorney Kirk Tarman worked the case vigorously and delivered nothing short of an amazing result at the preliminary hearing when the entire case got dismissed!

  • Ruled in Client's Favored
    The People v. Daniel M.

    Charges: Our client was served with a temporary restraining order which had been filed by a family friend. There was a lot of history between the two parties and it took a full day for Kirk to present all of the evidence on our client’s behalf, including multiple testimonies.

    Results: After all of the evidence had been presented, the Judge did not find that there was sufficient evidence against our client and so the restraining order was denied! Our client can finally move on with his life again, without the restraining order hanging over his head.

  • CHARGES DISMISSED
    The People v. Derek

    Charges: Our client was arrested and charged for being drunk in public (PC 647).

    Result: Our attorneys negotiated with the District Attorney to allow our client to attend 20 AA meetings in order to get the case dismissed!

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Ivan T
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for driving without a license (VC 12500(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.
    • Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • Dismissed
    The People v. Jaime B
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Victorville courthouse.
    • Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • Charges Reduced
    The People v. James N
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.
    • Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) with one year probation!
  • Charges Reduced
    The People v. Jamie C
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the East Los Angeles courthouse. The stakes were high due to our client’s profession and her high blood alcohol content of 0.17%.
    • Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103)!
  • CHARGES REDUCED – DUI (SB COUNTY)
    The People v. JP

    Our client was pulled over for having tinted windows. When the officer made contact with him, he noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from our client’s breath. As such, our client was arrested for a DUI. The stakes were high due to the fact that our client needed his Class A license in order to keep his job. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) and our client was able to get his Class A license back!

  • Charges Reduced
    The People v. Judson L
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor loitering with intent to commit prostitution (PC 653.22(A)) out of the Pomona courthouse.
    • Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charge reduced to straight loitering (PC 647(H)) charge!
  • Reduced Charge
    The People v. Manuel

    Charges: Our client was charged with a felony for writing a bad check.

    Results: Our attorneys were able to negotiate with the District Attorneys to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor once restitution was paid in full.

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Matthew G
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being at a park after hours (MCUP9.04.090) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.
    • Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • Dismissed
    The People v. Refugio T
    • Charges: Client had three old cases in warrant status for possession of controlled substance, DUI, and driving without a license (HS 11364, VC 23152(A)&(B), VC 12500(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.
    • Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the all the cases dismissed!
  • Dismissed
    The People v. Richard C
    • Charges: Client was charged with felony attempted murder and assault with a gun (PC 664/187(A) & PC245(A)(2)) out of the Riverside courthouse. The stakes were extremely high because our client was facing life in prison.
    • Results: Thanks to our attorneys working tirelessly on the case and having lots of interactions with the District Attorney, our client is completely avoiding a life sentence!
  • NOT GUILTY – ATTEMPTED MURDER (SB COUNTY)
    The People v. RM

    Our client and his friend were at a fishing tournament when they decided to get food at 4am. On the way back home, they got into a disagreement with their Uber driver. As a result, the Uber driver kicked our client and his friend out of the car. Once they were out of the car, the Uber driver assaulted our client and his friend. During the commotion, the Uber driver was stabbed. Our client and his friend were arrested and charged with attempted murder. The court, assuming that our client was guilty, set bail excessively high. On the day of the Preliminary Hearing, Mr. Tarman proved that there was insufficient evidence to force our client to stand trial. As a result, the judge dismissed the case!

  • Dismissed
    The People v. Sarah B
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC 647(F)) out of the San Bernardino courthouse.
    • Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • Dismissed
    The People v. Steven K
    • Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.
    • Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!
  • Not Guilty
    The People v. Stuart T
    • Charges: Client was charged with a felony for sexual penetration of an intoxicated person (PC 289(E)) out of the Pomona courthouse.
    • Results: Our attorneys worked tirelessly on the case in preparation for the preliminary hearing. The preliminary hearing went forward, Mr. Tarman put on an impressive performance and the judge found our client not guilty! Mr. Tarman proved that there was insufficient evidence to hold our client to stand trial! As a result, he can finally move on with his life again.
  • Charges Reduced
    The People v. Tristen H
    • Charges: Client was a minor and charged with a misdemeanor underage DUI (VC 23140(A)) out of the Fontana courthouse. The stakes were high due to the client’s high blood alcohol content of 0.21%.
    • Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a dry reckless charge (VC23103(A))!