Phil Weinberg’s

Superior Results

King County – Filing of Major Charges was Avoided

Phillip Weinberg’s client was a high-level human resources executive with gambling issues who embezzled over $100,000 from their company via theft, fraudulently altered documents, fraudulently issued bank checks, forgery and the like. Through extensive and...

Marysville Municipal Court DV Case

Phillip Weinberg’s client was facing Assault 4 DV charges that if convicted would have likely cost the client a job as a professional working for the government. Mr. Weinberg obtained admissions from the alleged victim and got the case dismissed without even...

King County Superior Court Felony Case

Phil Weinberg’s client, from an East European country here on a student visa, was charged with Assault 2 DV, which is a “strike” and this was for allegedly strangling their girlfriend at a school they attended. Mr. Weinberg relentlessly negotiated, carefully but...

Kent Municipal Court Case – DV

Client was charged with Assault 4 DV and Protection Order Violation. After several months of continuances for ongoing intensive negotiation and refinement of assessment reports, Phil Weinberg’s client’s case was continued for two years and, upon eventual...

King County Superior Court Felony DUI Case

Client had a prior Vehicular assault conviction and other prior DUI’s, then got another Dui with a blood alcohol level almost 3 times the legal limit. Prosecutor was persuaded by Mr. Weinberg to reduce the 18-month standard sentence to less than 9 months to...

Issaquah Municipal Court Cases

Attorney Phillip Weinberg’s client was facing two serious gross misdemeanor cases and an initial indication we were looking at substantial jail time, one case with three counts (Indecent Exposure, Resisting Arrest and Obstructing Law Enforcement Officer) and one...

Hit and Run dropped by prosecutor

Alleged Hit and Run of a motorcycle, of which the rider had no memory of due to a concussion, by my elderly client in a car was dismissed.  As usual, the Police gathered only evidence and statements of alleged eyewitnesses that supported a finding of guilt.  After...

No Contact order lifted

A married couple are back together after a bad police report, and an aggressive prosecutor got a no contact order, forcing the husband to leave his home from where he also sometimes worked. The misunderstanding was caused by police asking unclear questions to...

Another Kirkland Municipal NCO lifted

A young Kirkland couple, very in love, were separated for almost a month after their condo neighbor heard them arguing.  This resulted from a pretrial No Contact order (“NCO”).  The court believed the police report synopsis that was based purely on the...