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State v. Dasia: Client charged with communicating threats after ex-boyfriend alleged that she threatened to kill him and set fire to his house and truck. Client’s charges were dismissed after Mr. Corbett convinced the assistant district attorney that the charges were frivolous and unwarranted.

State v. Kala: Domestic violence case where client was facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly cutting her ex-boyfriends neck with a hatchet. Mr. Corbett conducted a thorough investigation of the case and discovered that the alleged victim filed the charges in retaliation from an earlier incident between the parties. The case was dismissed by the district attorney’s office.

State v. Jennifer: Client was arrested for simple assault after allegations were made that she struck her husband in the face. Mr. Corbett maintained his client’s innocence and the assault charge was eventually dismissed by the district attorney’s office due to the lack of evidence.

State v. Aaron: After a quarrel between neighbors, client was charged with assault by pointing a gun, assault and battery, communicating threats, and trespass. All charges were dismissed after a successful mediation between the parties involved.

State v. Mia: Client’s charge of larceny dismissed after complying with an agreement that Mr. Corbett negotiated with the district attorney’s office.

State v. Joseph: Client charged with trespassing after he refused to leave the premises when the owner asked him to leave. The case was quickly dismissed due to the lack of evidence.

State v. Brandon: Domestic violence case were client was facing charges of communicating threats and two counts of assault on a female. This case was successfully resolved in mediation resulting in a dismissal of all charges.

State v. Marty: Client was charged with DWI, possessing a stolen firearm, and carrying a concealed weapon. All charges were dismissed after a thorough investigation by Mr. Corbett.

State v. Franklin: Client’s charge of trespassing dismissed after Mr. Corbett discovered no incriminating evidence existed against his client.

State v. Carlyle: Client was stopped by law enforcement and received a citation for speeding 20 mph over the limit, reckless driving to endanger, and possession of marijuana. Mr. Corbett was able to negotiate a dismissal of the reckless driving and drug charge in exchange for his client to plea responsible for speeding 9 mph over the limit. As a result, this client avoided a criminal conviction and his vehicle insurance was not affected.

State v. Thomas: Client was facing several charges including larceny, driving while license revoked, expired registration, fictitious tag, no vehicle insurance, and expired inspection. After discussing the case with the assistant district attorney, Mr. Corbett accepted a plea offer on behalf of his client in which the judge entered a prayer for judgment on the driving while license revoked charge. All other charges were dismissed.

State v. Tom: Client charged with possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. All charges were dismissed after client complied with an agreement that Mr. Corbett negotiated with the district attorney’s office.

State v. Samuel: Client charged with injury to real property after driving his vehicle through a local business. All charges were dismissed after Mr. Corbett provided documentation to the assistant district attorney that all damages were covered by client’s insurance.

State v. Paula: Client’s charge of simple assault dismissed after Mr. Corbett’s pretrial investigation revealed that the alleged victim did not want to prosecute.

State v. Paula: Larceny charge dismissed after Mr. Corbett observed a defect with the charging document.

State v. David: Client’s charge of carrying a concealed weapon dismissed after client agreed to surrender his firearm to the sheriff’s department.

State v. Freddie: Client charged with illegally possessing Clonazepam (Schedule IV Controlled Substance) and possessing drug paraphernalia. After negotiating a plea deal with the co-defendant, Mr. Corbett was able to obtain a dismissal of both charges.

State v. Josey: Client charged with assault on a female after allegations were made that client assaulted his grandmother. All charges were dismissed after Mr. Corbett presented the lack of evidence against his client to the assistant district attorney.

State v. Sonia: Client’s charge of possessing drug paraphernalia dismissed after Mr. Corbett revealed a defect with the charging document to the prosecutor.

State v. Michael: Client charged with assault on a government official and resisting a public officer. Officers also seized client’s handgun for evidence during the incident. After discussing the charges with the arresting officer and the assistant district attorney, Mr. Corbett was able to obtain a dismissal of the assault on a government official charge. The handgun seized by law enforcement was returned to client after Mr. Corbett filed a motion for return of property with the court.