Nothing matters more than results when your liberty is at stake. These are just a few of my successes from the recent past. I look forward to providing an intelligent, aggressive defense in your case.
- People vs. Michael C.
- People vs. Jason W.
- People vs. Aaron A.
- People vs. Michael Y.
- People vs. John B.
- People vs. Raymond B.
- People vs. Emily C.
- People vs. Juan A.
- People vs. Anita H.
- People vs. Albert K.
- People vs. Tyrone F.
- People vs. Michael S.
- People vs. Daniel S.
- People vs. James Q.
- People vs. Richard L.
- People vs. Juan M.
- People vs. Mark S.
- People vs. Florante R.
- People vs. Outlaw
People vs. Michael C.
Michael, a probationer, was charged with felony First Degree Residential Burglary, (a Strike), Second Degree Commercial Burglary and Receiving Stolen Property, facing 8 years in prison. He admitted guilt to the police. We obtained a dismissal of the residential burglary charge, thereby avoiding a Strike. He admitted to lesser charges and was given probation and community service.
People vs. Jason W.
Jason, of Tustin, was charged with three felony counts of domestic violence, with priors (Second Strike) and faced 17 years in prison. After exhaustive investigation into the false allegations and talks with the District Attorney, all charges were dismissed.
People vs. Aaron A.
Aaron, a father of two, was charged with 6 strike felonies. After a weeklong trial, he was acquitted of all charges, preserving his reputation and returning to his career in the banking industry.
People vs. Michael Y.
Michael was charged with two counts of attempted murder as a gang member, along with weapons enhancement. His bail was set at one million dollars and he faced two consecutive life terms. After a two week jury trial, he was aquitted.
People vs. John B.
John was charged with multiple counts of bank and wire fraud in federal court. We conducted numerous negotiations, developed extensive background reports on our client and prepared our client for U.S. Probation interviews. He did not have to serve a single day of custody because we persuaded the U.S. Attorney that he was a "minor" participant and thus fell below the sentencing guidelines that would have mandated federal prison.
People vs. Raymond B.
Raymond was arrested for two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and great bodily injury enhancements. Excellent investigation and tough negotiations behind the scenes caused the District Attorney to dismiss all the felony charges and the client admitted to a simple trespass charge with no time and no restitution.
People vs. Emily C.
Emily, a juvenile, was charged in adult court, along with six others, in a shooting that was filed as an attempted murder. We negotiated the case to the point where the prosecutor decided to dismiss the charges, send our client back to juvenile court and she was granted probation.
People vs. Juan A.
Juan was charged, along with two others, in the baseball bat beating of another man while many witnesses watched. After a two- week trial, Client was found not guilty, but his co-defendants were found guilty. He was freed from jail that very day.
People vs. Anita H.
Anita, a federal parolee, was charged with two counts of residential burglary (two Strikes) and faced 14 years in both State and Federal prison. All felony charges were dismissed and client received home confinement after admitting to a simple misdemeanor.
People vs. Albert K.
Albert, a bank teller, was charged with 15 counts of wire fraud after scheming with others to transfer funds electronically using dummy accounts. He faced 15 years in federal prison. We had him sentenced to house arrest and he successfully completed probation.
People vs. Tyrone F.
Tyrone, on felony probation for grand theft and facing state prison, was charged with stealing a new car from a dealership in Huntington Beach. Despite eyewitness testimony that put the client at the scene, a jury was unable to agree on a verdict. He admitted to a lesser charge and was given probation and community service.
People vs. Michael S.
Michael, a juvenile, was charged with three counts of robbery. After a jury trial he was found not guilty of all counts and was able to complete high school and receive his diploma.
People vs. Daniel S.
Daniel was a two-letter sports standout in Ventura County who was arrested on two counts of assault causing great bodily injury after a well-publicized fight at a party. Daniel earned a dismissal after admitting only to a lesser assault charge. As a result, Daniel earned a full football scholarship to a Big Ten University.
People vs. James Q.
James, a long-haul truck driver, was charged with hit and run on another car. All charges were dismissed after a thorough investigation showed the victim gave false testimony.
People vs. Richard L.
Richard was charge with Assault with a Deadly Weapon after attacking his neighbor with a 10 foot-long metal pipe. A jury was unable to agree on a verdict and he admitted to simply disturbing the peace and received no additional custody time.
People vs. Juan M.
Juan was charged with four life counts of molestation by force. After an exhaustive investigation, he was exonerated of all serious charges and pleaded no contest to a reduced charge with time served.
People vs. Mark S.
Mark was charged with several counts of felony domestic abuse and felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. After trial the jury could not agree that he committed domestic violence and found him not guilty of other counts. He received only local custody time instead of the 14 years in state prison offered to him at the outset.
People vs. Florante R.
Florante was charged with domestic violence. Mr. Weinberg entered his client into an anger management class and negotiated a dismissal after the classes were completed.
People vs. Michael Y.
My client was charged with two counts of Attempted Murder, with Premeditation and Deliberation. After a two-week trial, the jury found him Not Guilty of the charges, which carried two life terms were he convicted.
People vs. Outlaw
Client was charged with home invasion burglary. He had two prior strikes alleged against him, making him eligible for 25-life were he found guilty. Our investigation revealed that he was mis-identified. We arranged a polygraph which he passed. The DA then dismissed all charges against him and he was released.