Criminal Defense Case Results
Third Degree Assault Case - Dismissed
Client was charged with assaulting a coworker. The prosecutor was seeking a guilty plea. Through persistence and dedication fighting for the client the case was eventually dismissed.
Financial Fraud and Theft felony Economic Crime Case - Evidence Suppressed - Case Dismissed
Client was charged with theft and financial fraud and implicated in an international fraud scheme. The case was a white collar crime action and was investigated by the El Paso County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Homeland Security and prosecuted by the District Attorney's Economic Crime Division. The District Attorney insisted that the client plead guilty and the case proceeded to litigation. The Bussey Law Firm filed a Motion to Suppress evidence based upon an illegal search. The Court found that the search was illegal and suppressed the majority of the prosecution's case. The case was subsequently dismissed by the District Attorney's Office.
Driving Under the Influence - Dismissed
Client was charged with a DUI after being involved in a motorcycle accident. Case scheduled for a motions hearing and trial and ultimately dismissed.
Second Degree Burglary Felony Case - Dismissed
Client was accused of Second Degree Burglary. The case was set for trial. The prosecution was unable to proceed and the case was dismissed.
First Degree Assault Felony - Reduced to Third Degree Assault/No Jail
Client was accused of causing serious bodily injury with a deadly weapon. The client was charged with First Degree Criminal Assault which is a Crime of Violence and caused the client to be facing 10-32 years in prison. The District Attorney insisted that the client plead guilty to a felony with exposure to prison. The case was set for trial and proceeded into litigation. The charges were ultimately reduced to a misdemeanor third degree assault and the client received no jail.
Driving Under the Influence - Not Guilty at Trial
The client was charged with Driving Under the Influence. The officer made contact with the client late at night and observed indicia of intoxication to include noting that the client had vomit on his shoe. The case proceeded to trial and the jury found the client not guilty of Driving Under the Influence.
Criminal Mischief - Felony
Client was charged with felony Criminal Mischief/Domestic Violence. The victim had alleged that the client had broken and stolen items. The District Attorney offered a plea to a felony which was refused and the case was set for trial. Investigation revealed holes in the victims story. The case was dismissed on the day of trial. The client was able to keep his employment.
Illegal Discharge of a Weapon - Municipal Court
Client was charged with illegal discharge of a weapon in the city. A review of the city ordinance revealed a legal defense. Case Dismissed.