After revoking my client’s Deferred Prosecution when he got a new charge for an Ignition Interlock Violation, the prosecutor thought I was playing games when I handed her my client’s mental-health evaluation. It was not a ploy but a valid diagnosis. The prosecutor wanted jail converted to Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM) at a ratio of … Read more
Court had ordered client not to smoke marijuana – no action taken, medical marijuana ‘green card’ obtained. Restriction on smoking pot removed by court.
DUI reduced to Reckless Driving. Client very happy with his results, especially considering his high Blood Alcohol Concentration and criminal history.
No jail. An individually tailored mental health treatment program avoided 5 years of AA meetings twice per week (a total of 520 AA meetings avoided)!
Happy client! Charges drastically reduced to a mere, simple misdemeanor.
Client avoids conviction and jail after merely taking an alcohol servers’ class.
Client incredibly relieved as he has a review hearing coming up and, had I not gotten this IID charge dropped, after convincing the prosecutor that she had evidentiary problems trying to show that my client’s employee waver was not valid, he was looking at a mandatory 30-day jail sentence at a review hearing in Skagit … Read more
DUI amended down to Reckless Driving and with a deferred sentence that will result in no conviction of any crime after 2 years of law abiding behavior!
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 relentlessly persistent yet delicate negotiations with the client’s corporate superiors, and after agreed restitution being made, Attorney Phillip Weinberg was able to … Read more
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 having to go to trial.