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STATE v. A.W.

Breaking 20ball 20and 20chain

Charge: FELONY BURGLARY Punishable by up to 10 years hard time in state prison; up to $20,000 in fines plus a $6,000 surcharge; and up to $1,500 in restitution.

Summary: We argued that our client did not know he was involved in a criminal activity until the officers stopped his car.  The State argued that he should have known; however, they ultimately dismissed the serious felony charge after a long period of intense negotiations.

Result: Our client won a one year Administrative Release on misdemeanor charges, paying only his share of restitution.  The remaining misdemeanor charges will be dismissed upon successful completion of the one-year release period.  Our client avoided a serious jail sentence as well as a felony conviction.

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