March 20, 2018

Results – Notable Cases

  • A San Diego County Superior Court judge DISMISSED a lawsuit seeking to enforce a $31 million money judgment in Russia against a defendant now living in the U.S. Anton Vialtsin, managing partner of Lawstache Law Firm in San Diego, represented the defendant. OAO Alfa-Bank v. Yakovlev
  • Case DISMISSED. Client charged with knowingly and intentionally possessing with intent to distribute approximately 34.5 pounds of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in violation of Title 21 USC Sec. 841(a)(1). United States of America v. J.A.
  • Defendant who was convicted of 22 counts fraud and embezzlement in excess of $500,000 and losses of nearly one million dollars received straight probation and no jail time. The government’s offer and the probation departments recommendation was over eight years in prison. People of California v. K.P 
  • Attempted Murder charge PC664/PC187(a) plus special allegations PC1192.7(c)(23), PC1192.7(c)(8), PC12022.7(e) | Felony Charge | Prison Sentence Range: Minimum 5 years and Maximum 14 years in California State PRISON. Results: 365 days sentence in local JAIL. People of California v. K.M. 
  • Successfully negotiated a DISMISSAL through a one year diversion with no prison time for a client charged with knowingly transporting aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii). United States of America v. D.R. 
  • Case DISMISSED. Client charged with knowingly transporting aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii). United States of of America v. A.E.B. 
  • Case DISMISSED. Client charged with knowingly transporting three aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law, which was done for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii). United States of America v. A.M. 
  • .405% BAC. Second (2nd) Driving Under the Influence (VC 23152) offense with a crash.  Pre-Trial plea to 96 hours of custody, 26 days SCRAM ankle monitor with permission to travel, AA meetings, 15 days public work service (post conviction modification to 120 hours of volunteer work to be completed in one year).  People of California v. G.B. 
  • Second and Third DUI. Second DUI at .14% BAC with speeding and reckless driving with speeds of 30 MPH above the posted speed limit. While on bond, third DUI at .22% BAC with misdemeanor evading while driving recklessly (VC2800.2) at 113 MPH and driving with a restricted license (VC 14601.21(b)). Result: Convinced the prosecutor to transfer the case to the DUI court, 45 days in custody, 18 months DUI Court program. Post-conviction court fees waived.  People of California v. G.H. 
  • BP Code 4060. Misdemeanor Possession of a Controlled Substance without Prescription. DISMISSED after counsel proved that the drug in question did not meet the definition of a controlled substance.  People of California v. S.R. 

 

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