David R. Cohn, Experienced Wallin & Klarich Criminal Defense Attorney, Gets All Felony Domestic Violence Charges Dropped For His Client

Wallin & Klarich defense attorney, David R. Cohn, recently assisted his client to get all felony domestic violence charges dropped, thereby avoiding jail time. After negotiations with the prosecutor, the client only plead guilty to a disturbing the peace offense. (California Penal Code 273.5)

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David R. Cohn Partner at Wallin and Klarich 877-4NO-JAIL

David R. Cohn Partner at Wallin

Justice served. The client was arrested for felony domestic violence and faced prison. The client ends up with a class and dismissal

Tustin, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

An experienced and knowledgeable Wallin & Klarich criminal attorney recently assisted a client to have all felony domestic violence charges dropped. The attorney achieved this by engaging in negotiations with the prosecutor that resulted in the client having only to plead guilty to a disturbing the peace charge and agreeing to attend a 10-week batterers’ intervention program.

“Justice served. The client was arrested for felony domestic violence and faced prison. The client ends up with a class and dismissal,” says Attorney David R. Cohn.

According to court record from Harbor Justice Center, Newport Beach, the client was charged under California Penal Code 273.5 for felony domestic violence. Under California Penal Code, domestic violence is charged as a separate crime, independent of a traditional battery charge. This charge is made separately because the California State Legislature has become increasingly concerned about domestic violence victims. The nature and frequency of spousal batteries prompted the California Legislature to impose harsher punishments than those associated with traditional battery charges.

In this case for felony domestic violence, Attorney David R. Cohn’s client was facing a potential sentence of one year in county jail, one year of mandatory participation a batterers’ intervention program and fines. Attorney David R. Cohn approached the prosecutor to negotiate the dismissal of all charges, or at least a reduction of the potential punishment according to court record. Attorney Cohn was able to reach an agreement with the prosecutor that resulted in the dismissal of the felony domestic violence charges against the client. The client was required to plead guilty only to a relatively minor disturbing the peace charge. The client was also required to participate in a 10-week batterers’ intervention program rather than in one lasting an entire year. Because of Attorney Cohn’s representation, however, the client was able to avoid jail time. The client also avoided a felony conviction on his record.

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