A History of Success

People v. Martinez-Luna

My client was charged with CHILD MOLESTATION. His two nieces accused my client of molesting them over a period of several years. He was charged with multiple counts of violating Penal Code sections 288(a) and 288(c)(1). My client denied the allegations when he testified. There were also several witnesses who testified that they didn’t see any conduct suggesting my client was molesting the girls. The two nieces testified and it was obvious under my cross-examination that they were not telling the truth. The jury obviously agreed that my client did not molest them. The result was 12 NOT GUILTY OF CHILD MOLESTATION VERDICTS rendered by the jury for the charged counts and all the lesser included charges.

People V. Jarrett

Defendant was charged with POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS. Police arrest the defendant in his truck, the truck is searched and the cocaine is found under the front seat of his truck. The defendant says that the cocaine is not his. Cross examination of the arresting officer reveals the presence of a female prostitute in the truck who was never mentioned in the police report. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY OF POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS.

People V. Parada

Defendant charged with FELONY MURDER and DRIVING A STOLEN CAR. Defendant driving a stolen van with several others inside leads police on a high speed chase. Defendant runs numerous stop lights at high speed on Beach Boulevard. Defendant loses control of the van and crashes into a pole and a cement block wall. The van rolls and the roof caves in crushing the skull of a passenger causing his death. The entire chase and accident are on patrol car video. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY OF MURDER.

People V. Aruda

Defendant charged with RAPE BY INTOXICATION WITH A PRIOR STRIKE CONVICTION FOR ROBBERY. Defendant found in bed with a 15 year old girl, by victim’s father, both are intoxicated. Victim tells police that she had sex with the defendant. Police forensic evidence includes defendant’s pubic hair found inside victim’s vagina and victim’s DNA found on defendant’s penis. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY OF RAPE BY INTOXICATION.

People V. Maae

Defendant charged with FELON IN POSSESSION OF A GUN. Defendant stopped by police at the location of a disturbance. Defendant’s vehicle is searched and a gun is found under the seat. Defendant was previously convicted of a felony, but says that it is not his gun. It was left there by someone else. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY OF FELON IN POSSESSION OF A GUN.

People V. Richardson

Defendant charged with POSSESSION OF A WEAPON IN A JAIL OR PRISON. Defendant who is a former professional football player who started on the Chicago Bears Super Bowl winning team was in custody in Orange County Jail. While he was being moved within the jail a sack carrying his belongings was searched. The search produced a home-made weapon. The defendant said that he was unaware of the weapon that was found in his sack, someone else must have put it there. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY OF POSSESSION OF A WEAPON IN A JAIL OR PRISON.

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