The Law Office of Gonzales & Poirier argue specific legal issues and flaws in the state’s case for a client facing a Class 6 felony and manages to get deferred prosecution.
Our client was accused of theft as a class 6 open felony in Coconino County Superior Court. Matt Porier, Esq., was able to obtain our client a Deferred Prosecution by arguing legal issues and flaws in the State’s case.
What is a deferred prosecution? Deferred prosecution is a legal agreement entered between the State and the Defendant, where the Defendant agrees to complete certain requirements as required by the State, within a certain time frame. Usually, deferred prosecution agreements are tailored to each case. As an example, if you have a drug offense you may have to show proof of completion of substance abuse counseling. Deferred prosecution agreements will also have stipulations that the Defendant stays out of trouble, pay a fine and a term of probation. Once all the agreements are met, the State will dismiss the case against the Defendant with prejudice, meaning they cannot pursue a case against you in the future. If you have any questions about your criminal law case or questions about deferred prosecution, contact the Law Office of Gonzales and Poirier at 928-774-5400 or visit our website.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, don’t deal with the other driver’s insurance agency by yourself, allow an experienced law team to fight for you.
Our client was involved in a car accident, where the defendant slammed into the back of clients car at 15 mph. Client suffered injuries to neck, chest and back. Through the dedication and advocacy of Tony Gonzales, Esq. our client received $63,000, which compensated her for her medical bills, injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Gonzales & Poirier, PLLC client charged with a Class 1 misdemeanor for disorderly conduct receives not guilty decision after the facts are brought to light during trial.
Our client was charged with disorderly conduct, a class one misdemeanor, for getting into an argument with his neighbor about a barking dog.
The State wanted our client to plead guilty to the charges. Instead, we took the case to trial. Matt presented a compelling argument and showed flaws in the State’s case, which results in a defense verdict of NOT GUILTY! If you think you need legal representation or want to speak to an attorney about your criminal case call the Law Office of Gonzales and Poirier at 928-774-5400 or by visiting our website.
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