CLIENT CHARGED WITH TWO COUNTS OF BATTERY WILL HAVE HER CASE DISMISSED AFTER COMPLETING PROGRAM
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By February 9, 2017 Posted in
Erick Cruz convinced prosecutors to allow his client to enter into the pretrial diversion program and ultimately have her case dismissed. The client got into a verbal argument with her roommates that escalated into a physical altercation. The young woman was arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery.
At the trial setting, Erick spoke to the prosecutor and the victim and explained to them that his client was very apologetic for what occurred and wanted to resolve her case in a manner that result in her charges getting dismissed. The prosecutor an d victims agreed and allowed the client to enter into the pretrial diversion program. In the program, the client will have to complete an anger management course and stay out of trouble. If she is successful, the case against her will be dismissed and she will be eligible to have the arrest expunged.
At the Law Office of Erick Cruz we are dedicated to representing individuals under criminal investigation or who have been arrested and charged with a crime. Because our office’s exclusive practice focuses on criminal defense in Miami, Erick Cruz has established and maintains a positive working relationship with other defense attorneys, prosecutors and criminal court judges. The exclusive focus on criminal defense allows us to dedicate the time and resources necessary to represent you through a criminal investigation, criminal prosecution or post-conviction matters.
Call Erick to discuss your case with him and find out how he can get your case dismiss, charges and sentence reduced and your arrest record sealed or expunged.