Criminal Defense Results

Below are some of the numerous charges vigorously fought and successfully challenged by Bradley S. Sandler, one of the best-recognized criminal defense lawyers in the Los Angeles area.

Keep in mind that each case must be handled according to its own merit. It is impossible to predict a certain result in any given case.

Manslaughter — Reduced and dismissed pursuant to Penal Code Section 1203.4

Attempted Murder — Allegation dismissed at preliminary hearing, held to answer on lesser charge, Compton Superior Court

Robbery/Possession of Marijuana For Sale — Dismissed at trial after not guilty verdict — Los Angeles Superior Court — Criminal Courts Building

Federal Armed Bank Robbery — Reversed on appeal by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit for Judicial Misconduct, United States District Court for the Central District of California

Death Penalty Allegation — Dismissed after preliminary hearing, Los Angeles Superior Court, Airport Branch

COA — Issued by the United States District Court for the Northern District of California in Parker v. Small and heard by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, published

Driving Under the Influence — Not guilty verdict after trial, Riverside Superior Court

Burglary — Dismissed at trial, unable to proceed at time of trial — Los Angeles Superior Court, Hollywood Branch

Felony Assault with A Deadly Weapon — Dismissed by Serna motion to dismiss — Violation of Speedy Trial Rights, Los Angeles Superior Court, Criminal Courts Building

DUI Writ — Granted reversing refusal allegation and two-year suspension, Los Angeles Superior Court

Possession of Methamphetamine — Dismissed by Penal Code Section 1538.5 motion to suppress evidence — Los Angeles Superior Court, Malibu Branch

Kidnapping — Not guilty verdict after jury trial — Los Angeles Superior Court, Inglewood Branch

Speeding Ticket Trial — Not guilty verdict after bench trial, Robertson Traffic Court, Los Angeles

Possession of Marijuana — Dismissed at trial after mistrial motion granted — Los Angeles Superior Court, Torrance Branch

Possession of an Assault Rifle — Charge dismissed by Penal Code Section 995 motion for insufficient evidence, Los Angeles Superior Court Long Beach Branch

Possession of Cocaine for Sale — Dismissed at preliminary hearing — insufficiency of the evidence, Los Angeles Superior Court, Lakewood Branch

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol — Reduced to reckless driving, Airport Branch, Los Angeles Superior Court

Driving Under the Influence Checkpoint — Reduced to reckless driving, Los Angeles Superior Court, Metropolitan Branch

Driving Under the Influence — Reduced to traffic infraction, Los Angeles Superior Court, Van Nuys Branch

Federal Money Laundering — U.S. District Court for the Central District of California — resolution prior to indictment, no federal indictment

37 Felony Fraud Counts — Misdemeanor, no jail and probation — Los Angeles Superior Court — Criminal Courts Branch

Cultivation of Marijuana — Dismissed by Penal Code Section 1538.5 motion to suppress, Los Angeles Superior Court — Lancaster Branch

Fraudulent Use of a Prescription — Case dismissed by plea negotiation — Los Angeles Superior Court, Beverly Hills Branch

The above recitation of case results is in no way a guarantee of any particular result in your criminal matter. Results in a particular case are determined by the facts and circumstances of the offense, the type of sentence applicable to such offense, the witnesses or evidence involved and the ability of the client to work with a skilled criminal defense lawyer to obtain good results. For a consultation and analysis of your pending or looming criminal case, contact the Law Office of Bradley S. Sandler A Professional Corporation at 310-246-3900 or by completing our online intake form.