People v. SH.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

License suspension rescinded for driver with breath test results above a .08 SH was stopped for improper lane usage. A subsequent breath test revealed a blood alcohol content above .08 and her license was suspended for six months. However, Mr. Fiscella filed a motion contesting the traffic stop and following a hearing, the court found…

People v. IW.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Small business owner charged with battering a customer acquitted IW, a small business owner, was arrested and charged with battery after using force to remove an unruly customer. Mr. Fiscella took the matter to trial and showed the Court that the complaining witness was incredible and her account of events should not be believed. Mr….

People v. SW.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

DUI charge reduced to reckless driving and license suspension thrown out SW was ordered out of a home and arrested because a car similar to his was seen driving erratically several blocks away. Field sobriety tests were administered and SW was subsequently arrested for driver under the influence of alcohol. His license was suspended for…

People v. TP.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Client acquitted of stealing company laptop computer TP was charged with theft of company equipment, including a laptop computer. At trial, police detectives and several witnesses from TP’s former employer testified. At the close of evidence, TP was acquitted of all charges.

People v. HM.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Client acquitted of DUI charge despite multiple officers’ testimony that he failed all field sobriety tests HM was stopped for speeding and subsequently arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. According to the arresting officers, HM had difficulty understanding instructions and failed all field sobriety tests. Following a trial before a judge, HM was…

People v. ST.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Felony identity theft charged reduced to misdemeanor ST was charged with multiple felony counts of identity theft after he allegedly misused another individual’s credit card. The case was negotiated with the prosecutor’s office and the charged was reduced to one count of misdemeanor theft.

People v. AO.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

DUI charge dismissed after field sobriety tests were thrown out of court AO’s car was stuck in a ditch following a single car accident. He began walking to look for help. About a mile up the road, he saw an officer who he approached for assistance. The officer immediately began questioning AO about driving under…

People v. EM.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Driving without a license charge dismissed EM was arrested and charged with driving without a license. EM never had a license and had several prior convictions for the offense. Mr. Fiscella worked with EM on taking the steps necessary to obtain a license. EM was able to get a license, and the State dismissed the…

People v. GT.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

DUI reduced to reckless driving GT was stopped for aggravated speeding. After taking field sobriety tests, he was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Following a hearing contesting the suspension of his license, the prosecutor reduced the charge to “reckless driving” and GT was ordered to pay a fine.

People v. CC.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Blood results thrown out of court and case dismissed after successful motion to suppress CC was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was involved in a single car accident and hospitalized due to his injuries. At the hospital, the police drew blood which showed that he was legally intoxicated. Mr. Fiscella filed…

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