Casino Marker (Felony Theft by Check) - DISMISSED WITH NO RESTITUTION
Mr. Pariente has successfully defended many clients accused of not paying casino markers. In this case, Mr. Pariente's client was charged with "Felony Theft by Check", a crime which can result in many years in prison. His client was accused of non-payment of $375,000 in casino markers from various casinos. In Nevada, casinos with unpaid markers forward them to the District Attorney's Office for criminal prosecution and an arrest warrant is issued. Mr. Pariente attacked the State's case with an aggressive defense of his client resulting in dismissal of all charges against his client and with his client not having to pay any of the over $375,000 his client owed the casinos.
Assault on a federal officer - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was charged with punching an officer in the mouth with his fist. Despite the pictures and eyewitness testimony, Mr. Pariente got the charge dismissed.
DUI - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested while driving on Nellis Air Force Base while intoxicated. The evidence was overwhelming with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of .23 which is nearly three times the legal limit. Undeterred by the strength of the prosecutor's case, Mr. Pariente fought for his client and got the case dismissed on a technicality.
80 pounds of marijuana - PROBATION AND NO DEPORTATION
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for being in a car with 80 pounds of marijuana hidden inside the car. Mr. Pariente's client was a Resident Alien and was facing deportation for the rest of her life. Mr. Pariente negotiated a reduction in the charges that not only resulted in her probation, but also allowed her to keep her "papers" and not be deported.
Assault on a Federal Officer - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was facing criminal charges, accused of kicking a federal officer. Mr. Pariente fought the charges, got the case dismissed.
Assault on a Federal Officer - DISMISSED
Three officers testified that Mr. Pariente's client struck one of the officers. Mr. Pariente attacked the Government's case, got the case dismissed.
Illegal Re-entry After Deportation - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was facing at least 10 years in prison because he had been deported after conviction of several aggravated felonies and was arrested, the Government said, trying to come back in the country. Mr. Pariente fought the charges and got the case dismissed.
DUI, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested after leaving a party. The officer stated in his arrest report that Mr. Pariente's client was weaving in her car all over the road. After arresting his client, the blood test showed that Mr. Pariente's client had marijuana in her system. To complicate matters, the police also found an ounce of marijuana and a pipe. Nevertheless, Mr. Pariente fought hard for his client and got a great deal resulting in dismissal of the possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia counts and a reduction from the DUI to the much less serious charge of Reckless Driving.
87 pounds of marijuana - NOT GUILTY
Mr. Pariente and his team won a NOT GUILTY in front of a jury. Mr. Pariente's client was a young lady who was arrested as the driver and only occupant of a car which had 87 pounds of marijuana hidden inside the car. Despite the fact that Mr. Pariente's client was the only driver and gave conflicting stories about why she was driving a car which had 87 pounds of marijuana hidden inside it, the jury found her not guilty of importing marijuana and not guilty of possession with intent to distribute.
Felon in Possession of a Firearm - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested after the police pursued him in a high speed chase. When the police pulled him over, they searched the car and discovered a pistol hidden in the seat next to where Mr. Pariente's client was sitting. Because Mr. Pariente's client was a convicted felon, his client was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and looking at doing 3 years in prison at the very minimum. Despite the bad facts facing Mr. Pariente's client, Mr. Pariente got the case dismissed.
DUI - NOT GUILTY
Mr. Pariente's client was facing criminal charges for DUI. Mr. Pariente's client was taped on video and the officers alleged he'd failed all sobriety tests. Mr. Pariente took the case to trial and won a NOT GUILTY verdict.
DUI - NOT GUILTY
Mr. Pariente's client was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint. The officers said Mr. Pariente's client smelled of alcohol and failed all sobriety tests. Mr. Pariente took the case to trial and received a NOT GUILTY verdict.
DUI - NOT GUILTY
Mr. Pariente's client was pulled over and given field sobriety tests which the officer claims she failed. Mr. Pariente's client was then administered a breath test which she failed with a .17 Blood Alcohol Concentration level. (The legal limit is .08). Mr. Pariente fought the charges, took the case to trial, and got a NOT GUILTY verdict.
Motion to Suppress - GRANTED
Mr. Pariente's client gave a confession admitting she was hired to smuggle 88 pounds of marijuana. Mr. Pariente cross-examined the Case Agent in a motion to throw out the confession on a technicality. After impeaching the Case Agent who interrogated his client, the judge threw out the confession which resulted in the most serious charges being thrown out.
Theft - NOT GUILTY
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested stealing video games cartridges in a store. She was videotaped and confessed to stealing the games. Despite the tough facts, Mr. Pariente took her case to trial and received a NOT GUILTY because of a technicality.
Felony Injury to an Elderly Person - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for beating an elderly person. The elderly person told the police that Mr. Pariente's client attacked him. The police took pictures of the injuries of the elderly person. Mr. Pariente got the case dismissed and all charges dropped in 5 days.
Burglary of a Habitation - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested after a homeowner claimed that Mr. Pariente's client broke in to her house and stole her property. Less than two weeks later, all charges were dropped and his client was released from jail.
Illegal Re-entry After Deportation - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was facing at least 5 years in prison because he had been deported after conviction of several aggravated felonies and was arrested. The Federal Sentencing Guidelines are brutal towards people who have been deported and come back to the U.S. after they have been convicted of aggravated felonies. But Mr. Pariente convinced the U.S. Attorney to dismiss the case after he was able to show the U.S. Attorney that his client was actually a derivative United States Citizen through his paternal grandfather. Mr. Pariente's client had a prior immigration lawyer who never realized that Mr. Pariente's client was a U.S. Citizen. Mr. Pariente's knowledge of the very technical aspects of the law in this area made the difference.
Assault with a Deadly Weapon - REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested and charged with getting drunk at a popular club in a well-known casino in Las Vegas and attacking an innocent female restaurant patron. It was undisputed that his client was extremely intoxicated and threw a chair at a female restaurant patron hitting her on her nose and nearly breaking it. There were plenty of witnesses to the unprovoked attack. Also, Mr. Pariente's client was later videotaped in an interrogation room appearing to still be extremely intoxicated. On this video, Mr. Pariente's client was swearing all sorts of obscenities and racial slurs at the police officers who had arrested him. Despite the really bad facts and serious charges facing Mr. Pariente's client, Mr. Pariente fought the case, worked out a great deal for his client which called for dismissal of the serious felony charges and which allowed his client to plead to a "disorderly conduct", which is the least serious type of misdemeanor. Obtaining a disorderly conduct conviction instead of a crime of violence or felony conviction was important to Mr. Pariente's client because his client was a professional who would have lost his job if he'd been convicted of a felony or crime of violence.
Assault/Domestic Violence - CONVICTION OVERTURNED AND CASE DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client first came to him after learning that he would be deported because of a conviction for assault/domestic violence he received nearly 2 years ago. Mr. Pariente's client was a resident alien and was informed by U.S. Immigration, Customs, and Enforcement (I.C.E.) that he was going to be deported for this conviction for the rest of his life. Other lawyers with whom Mr. Pariente's client consulted told him that it was too late to appeal and that nothing could be done. Mr. Pariente researched the law and discovered that his client had not received proper notice of his conviction as required by law. Pariente and his team used their technical knowledge of state procedural rules and found a way to appeal the case which resulted in the conviction being overturned and the case being dismissed. Because of their efforts, Mr. Pariente's client was then allowed to keep his resident alien status (i.e., green card) because the Government decided they could not deport him because he now had a clean criminal record.
Felony Luring Children Through the Internet for Sexual Purposes - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for arrested for attempting to arrange to meet a child through the internet for sex, similar to the setups seen on NBC's Dateline. Mr. Pariente's client was arrested at the site after sending numerous sexually explicit internet messages to a person whom he believed to be a child, but who in reality was an adult pretending to be a child and who was working with the local police in Northern Nevada. The police arrested Mr. Pariente's client at the hotel with a marital aid in his possession. The evidence against Mr. Pariente's client was obviously strong! Mr. Pariente challenged the constitutionality of the statute as applied to his client, and convinced the District Judge to dismiss the case. The District Judge agreed with Mr. Pariente's argument and dismissed all charges against his client resulting in freedom for his client.
Importation of over 9,000 pounds of marijuana - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested as the only driver of a tractor trailer with over 9,000 pounds of marijuana in the cargo and charged with violating federal drug smuggling laws. Mr. Pariente's client was facing a statutory minimum 10 years to life in prison. Mr. Pariente fought for his client and got the case dismissed...
Felony Possession of a Concealed Weapon - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested entering the courthouse with a concealed firearm which is a felony. A felony conviction would have meant that Mr. Pariente's client would have lost his job, his right to vote, his right to own a firearm, and his right to get a sheriff's card. Mr. Pariente's client gave a full confession and admitted that the gun was his. Mr. Pariente convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the case against his client if his client paid a small fine. His client did so and all charges were dismissed.
Assault with a Deadly Weapon Causing Substantial Bodily Injury - PROBATION GRANTED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for violently attacking an unarmed man with a broken beer bottle and cutting the man's ear off. The evidence was against Mr. Pariente's client was bad - there were numerous eyewitnesses, the victim identified Mr. Pariente's client as the attacker, and the victim's left ear was completely cut off! Despite all the bad facts, Mr. Pariente fought the case through the preliminary hearing, destroyed the credibility of the victim, and received an offer from the State of a lesser charge with probation. The judge at the sentencing hearing granted his client probation with no time in jail and no time in prison!
Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Leaving the Scene of an Accident - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for and charged with using her van as a deadly weapon to run over a person and for leaving the scene of the accident. Despite the fact that the alleged victim had pictures of his injuries to prove the case and that Mr. Pariente's client was looking at mandatory minimum prison time of at least 4 years if convicted, Mr. Pariente fought the charges and convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the case by allowing his client to pay restitution to the alleged victim and by taking an anger management class.
Assault on a Cab Driver - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for hitting a cab driver. She confessed to the crime and there was no defense. Little did she know that hitting a cab driver in Nevada is as serious as hitting a police officer! That's right! Cab drivers and police officers are both protected by the same statute and hitting either will get you a Gross Misdemeanor. Had Mr. Pariente's client been convicted of this crime, she would have been kicked out of her medical school she was attending and been deported because she is a resident alien. Fortunately she had Mr. Pariente as her attorney who convinced the prosecutor to dismiss her case by letting her do some anger management and community service.
Assault/Domestic Violence - DISMISSED
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for hitting his wife. The evidence against his client was seemingly overwhelming -- the prosecutors had a frantic 911 call made to police by his client's son, graphic pictures of injuries of his client's wife, and statements to the police indicating that his client was drunk and violent. This was a tough case to win, but after more than a year of fighting the case, Mr. Pariente was able to get the case dismissed on the day of trial! His client, had he been convicted of the crime, would have lost his tourist visa and been deported back to Eastern Europe forever. Luckily he had Mr. Pariente to fight tooth and nail for him!
Felony Embezzlement - Reduced to misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct
Mr. Pariente's client was arrested for stealing over $8,000 from her employer and was caught red-handed. She even confessed to the police after being read her Miranda rights. The case looked bad and the District Attorney's Office wasn't budging. Mr. Pariente's client was not a citizen and pleading guilty to any theft related offense (even a misdemeanor theft related offense) would have resulted in his client being deported to Mexico. Mr. Pariente fought hard for his client and convinced the District Attorney's Office to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct which would mean that his client would not be deported. Mr. Pariente negotiated a great deal for his client to pay back the restitution in monthly payments and then the felony would be reduced to a misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct. This just goes to show that even though a case may look bad and that there's no hope, a great lawyer like Mr. Pariente can sometimes make the difference!
Felony Credit Card Fraud - DISMISSED per negotiation
This was another "How did Mr. Pariente do it?" case. His client is a highly educated and respected member of society who holds a high level security clearance. His client was arrested attempting to steal money by impersonating another person with that person's identification and credit cards. His client was caught at a casino cage on camera attempting to take a cash advance out on someone else's credit card and ID. In addition to that, the police investigation determined that his client was implicated in a previous illegal cash advance where he fraudulently obtained over $2,000. And, to make matters worse, his client had several credit cards belonging to the person whom he was attempting to impersonate -- which meant that his client was facing higher prison sentences due to having more than one credit card in his possession (sentencing enhancements!) The case looked really bad because his client was caught red handed and confessed to the crime both orally and gave a written confession. A felony conviction of this type would have cost Mr. Pariente's client a felony conviction, the loss of his job, the loss of his security clearance, and would have placed his client in prison. Mr. Pariente didn't let those bad facts get in his way! He fought hard for his client and worked out a great deal where his client would have to pay the money back and then his case would be dismissed!
Drug Trafficking in a Controlled Substance - ALL CHARGES DROPPED WITH NO RECORD OF ARREST
Things looked bad for Mr. Pariente's client. His client, who is a Permanent Resident Alien, had just been arrested with over 30,000 pills of Extacy. Additionally, his client confessed to the crime. There appeared to be no hope for his client who was facing a minimum 10 years in prison and would be deported. Even if Mr. Pariente's client were to get a "Not Guilty" at trial, which was extremely unlikely, his client would still be deported because Immigration Customs, and Enforcement (ICE) treats arrests for drug trafficking as convictions and routinely deports people Resident Aliens even if they get acquitted, get their cases dismissed, or get their cases reduced. The immigration judge will rely solely on a police arrest report, so it was really important that Mr. Pariente make sure his client had no record of ever having been arrested. Mr. Pariente jumped right on the case, made things happen, and convinced the arresting narcotics detective to eventually close out the case file without even sending it the District Attorney's Office for prosecution and without even showing that his client had ever been arrested by the narcotics detective in the first place! Thanks to Mr. Pariente's experience and skill as an attorney who has represented over a hundred people in drug trafficking cases, Mr. Pariente knew what to do to for his client and now his client has no arrest from the drug trafficking investigation and is on his way to becoming a U.S. Citizen!
Assault with a Deadly Weapon - DISMISSED
The police were looking to arrest Mr. Pariente's client for allegedly trying to run someone over with a van. First, Mr. Pariente negotiated a "walk through" with the detective. This saved his client the embarrassment of a formal arrest and saved his client a lot of money in bail and bond fees. Within 45 minutes, his client was booked and released without having to post any money for bail or bond. Next, Mr. Pariente knew he had to act right away on these serious charges. If convicted, his client was facing prison time. The District Attorney's Office wanted to nail his client with a conviction and prison time. They pointed to the fact that they had pictures of the injury of the person they say Mr. Pariente's client tried to run over. That didn't scare Mr. Pariente. He fought hard for his client and worked out a deal where his client would pay the medical bills for the alleged victim that were not covered by insurance, take an anger management class, and then the case would be totally dismissed! And that's what happened. His client, who is a nurse and could not risk having a conviction for anything, accepted the deal Mr. Pariente got and the case was dismissed!
Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Conspiracy to Commit Battery with a Deadly Weapon - DISMISSED
"A picture tells a thousand words" -- at least that's what the police and the DA's Office wanted Mr. Pariente's client to believe. They had pictures of the alleged victim covered in blood and knocked unconscious. Other lawyers whom Mr. Pariente's client spoke to before he hired Mr. Pariente told him that there was nothing they could do but maybe get felony probation at best. Mr. Pariente wasn't about to accept that! Once Mr. Pariente's client hired him, Mr. Pariente launched a vigorous defense of his client. Mr. Pariente's tireless and aggressive defense of his client resulted in a deal where his client would pay $597 in restitution, which was the amount the alleged victim's insurance did not pay, and the case would be dismissed. The alleged victim's insurance company had paid thousands because of the severity of the injuries and the hospital bills incurred. Mr. Pariente's client paid the $597, and the case was completely dismissed meaning no prison time, no probation, and no conviction for anything!
Trafficking in Controlled Substances and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - REDUCED TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Federal agents detained Mr. Pariente's client at the airport after they found methamphetamine, cocaine, a glass pipe, and thousands of dollars in her purse. It looked like there was no way out for his client who was concerned that she would not be able to get in to the college she had applied to. A felony like this on her record would have spelled doom for her. But, fortunately, his client had the experience of Mr. Pariente behind her. Mr. Pariente launched an aggressive defense of his client by filing a motion to throw out all the evidence on the grounds that his client's rights had been violated when she was searched at the airport. Mr. Pariente's motion resulted in a great deal for his client because the Deputy District Attorney backed down and offered a reduction to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct from the far more serious felony drug trafficking count. Best of all, the misdemeanor disorderly conduct would have no effect on her being admitted to the college she was applied to.
Solicitation of Prostitution - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Most people who don't live in Las Vegas think prostitution is legal here. Well, it's not, and ignorance of the law is no excuse. What's more surprising is that under the law, a person convicted of committing Solicitation can be sentenced to up to 6 months in jail. While jail time is usually not imposed, a conviction for Solicitation, even though it's a misdemeanor, is a "crime involving moral turpitude" which means that it's just like committing misdemeanor theft to a potential employer. A potential employer can ask you if you've ever been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor crime involving moral turpitude -- definitely not something you want on your record. In this case, Mr. Pariente's client was arrested at a hotel agreeing by an undercover police officer. It was undisputed that she told the undercover cop that she was would perform a sex act for an agreed fee. Despite the fact that the District Attorney could easily have proven its case, Mr. Pariente aggressively defended the case and got a great deal for his client that would result in an eventual dismissal of the charges, which means that she would have no conviction for anything on her criminal record.
Felony Theft by Check (Unpaid Casino Marker) - Reduced to Disorderly Conduct with no restitution
Where else but in Nevada can you go to jail for not paying a casino marker? Nevada is the only state in the country that will have you extradited by putting you on a prison bus and transported here to face felony criminal charges for not paying your casino marker. Mr. Pariente's client was informed by the Clark County District Attorney's Office that she had a warrant for her arrest for an unpaid casino marker. She had the smarts to hire Mr. Pariente instead of just blindly agreeing to pay the full amount of the marker. Mr. Pariente worked out a great deal which resulted in a plea to a misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct with credit for time served -- she didn't have to pay any of the money back! Mr. Pariente's client actually saved money by hiring Mr. Pariente than if she had agreed to pay the entire marker back! Not a bad deal form Mr. Pariente's client - he got her warrant quashed, saved her money, and got her felony Theft by Check reduced to a misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct with no jail, no probation, and no fine!
DUI - Reduced to Reckless Driving
Here's another client who was told by other lawyers that there was nothing that could be done for him other than to plead guilty and have a DUI conviction on his record. Mr. Pariente vowed to his client that he would fight and do everything possible to obtain a Reckless Driving which is a lot better to have on your record than a DUI! Despite the fact that Mr. Pariente's client was caught driving erratically, was found by a blood test to have an illegal level of marijuana in his system, Mr. Pariente fought hard for his client and obtained a Reckless Driving reduced from the charge of DUI. Good thing his client had Mr. Pariente fighting for him!
Felony Theft by Check (Unpaid Casino Marker) - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
It was a rough time for Mr. Pariente's client. His client was a prominent and successful business owner who had gambled a lot at a few casinos and couldn't pay them back as quickly as the casinos wanted. Before hiring Mr. Pariente, what happened was that his client, who had a good relationship with the casinos, had suffered a slow down in his business and couldn't convince the casinos to give him more time to repay them. The next thing that happened was that his client received a letter in the mail informing him that he had an arrest warrant. An arrest would have been devastating to his business, to his family, and to his reputation in the community he lived and worked in. His client quickly hired Mr. Pariente. Mr. Pariente met with the prosecutor that same day and convinced the prosecutor to drop the arrest warrant. Secondly, he got the prosecutor to agree to a graduated payment plan that could accommodate his client by allowing his client to make small payments initially and pay larger amounts over time as his client's business picked up. But Mr. Pariente didn't stop there - he convinced the prosecutor to drop all criminal charges against his client once the last payment was made which would mean that his client would have nothing on his criminal record. As you can imagine, Mr. Pariente's client was happy with his legal services - no more arrest warrant, affordable and reasonable payment plan stretched out over several years, and nothing on his record!
Felony Possession of a Stolen Firearm - ALL CHARGES DROPPED
Mr. Pariente's client had a perfectly clean record and a promising career. Suddenly, everything his client had worked for to achieve in his life and in the military was now in jeopardy. His client was being accused of having having possessed a machine gun that was previously stolen. Mr. Pariente's client was scared and didn't know what to do. He met with Mr. Pariente who took his case. Mr. Pariente immediately began the fight and sought to clear his client's name. Within a few weeks, the District Attorney's Office decided to drop all the charges against his client. But that wasn't enough for Mr. Pariente. Mr. Pariente insisted that the police return his client's machine gun. The police didn't want to return the machine gun to his client claiming that the firearm search conducted by them showed the gun was stolen and was therefore contraband. Mr. Pariente wasn't about to let the police get away with keeping his client's machine gun! Mr. Pariente took the police to court and convinced the judge to order the police to return his client's machine gun. The judge agreed with Mr. Pariente and signed an order forcing the police to return his client's machine gun. Not a bad result! His client now had a clean record, and got his machine gun back!
Misdemeanor Theft - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was a respected member of society who had been stopped at a department store trying to steal a DVD. Sadly, his client had psychological problems which caused her to steal when she could easily afford to pay for the merchandise she was caught stealing. It looked bad for his client - she was caught on videotape, seen by a store employee stealing the DVD, and provided a full confession after she was properly given her Miranda warnings. But Mr. Pariente wasn't about to go down with fighting for his client. Mr. Pariente launched an aggressive and vigorous defense for his client resulting in an agreement in which all the charges against his client would be dropped if his client agreed to take an anti-theft class which she could do in the privacy of her own home online! Mr. Pariente's client accepted the agreement, did the class online, and the case against Mr. Pariente's client was dismissed!
Misdemeanor Theft - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was a respected member of society who had been stopped at a department store for trying to steal a DVD. Sadly, his client had psychological problems which caused her to steal when she could easily afford to pay for the merchandise she was caught stealing. It looked bad for his client - she was caught on videotape, seen by a store employee stealing the DVD, and provided a full confession after she was properly given her Miranda warnings. But Mr. Pariente wasn't about to go down without a fight for his client. Mr. Pariente launched an aggressive and vigorous defense for his client resulting in an agreement in which all the charges against his client would be dropped if his client agreed to take an anti-theft class which she could do in the privacy of her own home online! Mr. Pariente's client accepted the agreement, did the class online, and the case against Mr. Pariente's client was dismissed! Mr. Pariente's hard work surely paid off for his client!
Assault on a Security Office - DISMISSED PER NEGOTIATION
Mr. Pariente's client was a tourist who was at a casino and drank a little more than he probably should have. The next thing his client knew was that he was in a fist fight with a security officer at the casino. The security officer claimed that Mr. Pariente's client had punched him and there were independent witnesses who backed up the security officer’s story who were willing to testify that Mr. Pariente's client was drunk and punched the security guard. Despite all the evidence the State had against his client, Mr. Pariente wasn't about to recommend that his client plead guilty and have conviction for assault - a crime of violence - on his record. Mr. Pariente launched a powerful defense of his client and was ready to take on all the evidence the DA's office had. Mr. Pariente's efforts paid off - he got a great deal for his client where his client would pay a small fine and the entire case would be dismissed meaning that nothing would every appear on his client's record!
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