Client was charged with having an Expired Driver's License for more than 6 months. Client was unable to renew his driver's license because of immigration issues. Attorney Zahra Umansky advised the prosecutor of this. Attorney Zahra Umansky was able to get the prosecutor to dismiss the criminal charge and instead issue the client only a civil traffic ticket.
Client was charged with Resisting an Officer Without Violence. Client had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Attorney Zahra Umansky prepared a Motion to Dismiss and contacted the prosecutor immediately. Attorney Zahra Umansky was able to get the prosecutor to dismiss the case the same day as the Client hired! Therefore, the Client avoided turning himself in on the outstanding warrant and getting an arrest record!
Client was arrested with a large group of other people for drug related charges. The client was not in possession of any drugs and had no knowledge that the drugs were in his friend's house. I was able to convince the State of this and they dismissed all charges before even filing formal charges.
Client was charged with over $500 in Petit theft/shoplifting from Walmart. Attorney Zahra Umansky was successful in getting client into a diversion program where client never had to appear in Court, and criminal case was completely dismissed!
Client charged with Battery on amusement park employee. Client was on vacation visiting Florida. Initial plea offer from prosecutor was probation. However, Attorney Zahra Umansky contacted the prosecutor and was able to get case completely dismissed!
Client was facing another DWLS that would have kept him with an HTO status. We were able to withdraw one of his prior DWLS convictions and remove the HTO revocation as well as provide a road map of how to obtain a valid DL. Client's charge was amended to a NVDL. He received a W/H and CC as a sentence. He was originally looking at 10 days of jail and another DWLS conviction when he hired us.
Client allowed a co-worker and her family to move in with her while they were between homes. It took the client over a year to get them evicted. During the evection process, an argument began between the client and her co-worker's spouse. The argument turned physical and the client struck the "victim." The co-worker and her family then had the client arrested for battery and tried to take possession of the house as a condition of the client's pre-trial release....
Client was charged with DUI enhanced with a breath test of more than 3 times the legal limit. After negotiations with the State, I was able to resolve the case to a first time DUI, non-enhanced. This cut the fine in half, removed a mandatory ignition interlock device from having to be placed on the vehicle, and reduced the mandatory DL suspension in half. Client was placed on probation for 12 months, ordered to complete DUI School and Victim Impact...