All lawyers and law firms are ultimately judged on the results they produce for their clients. The best indicator of what a law firm can do for its potential clients are the results that it has achieved for it’s clients over the long haul. The following are a few randomly selected case results that The Joseph A. Tang Law Firm has achieved for past clients:


Client arrested for: Domestic Violence Battery.

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have assaulted spouse during an argument.

Disposition: Case dismissed. Joseph A. Tang convinces the District Attorney of the Client’s innocence and the District Attorney subsequently agrees to dismiss the case.
 


Client charged with: Sales, Transportation, and Possession of Methamphetamine; Reckless Evading.

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have been dealing methamphetamine and fleeing police in his vehicle.

Disposition: Case dismissed. Joseph A. Tang convinces the District Attorney of the Client’s innocence and the District Attorney subsequently agrees to dismiss the case.
 


Client charged with: Hit and Run.

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have collided with another vehicle on the highway at a high speed and then drive off instead of stopping to exchange insurance information.

Disposition: Case dismissed. The Court agrees with Joseph A. Tang’s request to dismiss the case pursuant to civil compromise, after successfully negotiating with the complaining witness to request that the charges be dropped and the case be dismissed.
 


Criminal Case JURY TRIAL Result

Client arrested and tried for: Elder Abuse (Battery)

Case Notes: Client was a private caretaker in a nursing home and alleged to have assaulted an elder resident that was in her care.

Disposition: NOT GUILTY. After a 4 day jury trial, Joseph A. Tang successfully persuades the jury to find Client Not Guilty of all charges.
 


Client arrested for: Domestic Violence Battery.

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have assaulted spouse during an argument over finances.

Disposition: Case dismissed on the date of trial. After Joseph A. Tang sets the matter for Jury Trial, the District Attorney’s office surrendered stating that they did not believe they could prove their case against the Firm’s Client.
 


Client arrested for: Domestic Violence Battery; Child Endangerment

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have assaulted girlfriend during an argument.

Disposition: Dismissed. Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to dismiss all of Client’s charges prior to trial.
 


Criminal Case JURY TRIAL Result

Client arrested and tried for: Domestic Violence Battery w/ Injury

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have assaulted wife with a blunt object after threatening her life during an argument.

Disposition: NOT GUILTY. After a 4 week jury trial, Joseph A. Tang successfully persuades the jury to find Client Not Guilty of all charges.
 


Client charged with: Involuntary Manslaughter (PC 192(b))

Case Notes: Client charged in connection with the death of his tenant by carbon monoxide poisoning. The case was a re-filing of previous charges that were dismissed at a preliminary hearing.

Result: All charges dismissed. After preliminary hearing and review of brief written by Joseph A. Tang, he persuades the judge to dismiss Client’s case due to insufficient evidence.
 


Client arrested for: Domestic Violence Battery with Injury.

Case Notes: Client was alleged to have assaulted spouse and dumped a pot of cold water on her during an argument.

Disposition: Dismissed. Joseph A. Tang gets all of Client’s charges dismissed prior to trial.
 


Client charged with: Involuntary Manslaughter (PC 192(b))

Case Notes: Client charged in connection with the death of his tenant by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Result: All charges dismissed. After a two hour preliminary hearing and review of briefs written by both the prosecution and Joseph A. Tang, Joseph A. Tang persuades the judge to dismiss the case due to insufficient evidence.
 


Client arrested for: Hit and run.

Case Notes: Client accused of fleeing the scene without stopping or exchanging information with the other driver after rear ending the other driver’s vehicle.

Disposition: Dismissed. After negotiation, the Joseph A. Tang persuades the district attorney to dismiss the charge during pre-trial proceedings. The dismissal was not obtained through civil compromise.
 


Client arrested for: Hit and run; driving without a license; driving without insurance; driving without valid registration.

Case Notes: Client accused of fleeing the scene of a car accident without stopping or exchanging information with the other driver after broadsiding the other driver’s vehicle.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to allow Client to plead guilty to driving without a valid license as an traffic infraction, in exchange for dismissing hit and run. The dismissal of the hit and run charge was not obtained through civil compromise.
 


Client arrested for: Disturbing the peace – challenging a person to a fight; public intoxication; possession of fake ID; underage drinking.

Case Notes: Client under the legal drinking age accused of starting a fight with another person at a concert after becoming intoxicated as a result of alcohol purchased with a fake ID.

Disposition: Dismissed. After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to grant the Client informal diversion. All of Client’s charges will dismissed upon completion of community labor and alcoholics anonymous classes. Client did not have to plead guilty or no contest to any charge at any point in the case.
 


Client arrested for: Felony corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant (domestic violence battery).

Case Notes: Client accused of assaulting children’s father with a knife, cutting him.

Disposition: Dismissed. After negotiation, the Joseph A. Tang gets the Client’s charges dismissed.
 


Client arrested for: Felony domestic battery; Misdemeanor child endangerment.

Case Notes: Client was arrested for choking his wife while she was holding their daughter, and in the presence of their son.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to grant the Client pre-trial diversion. Upon completion of domestic violence classes, the charges against Client were dismissed.
 


Client arrested for: Felony domestic battery.

Case Notes: Client was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend outside of his home, which was witnessed by a neighbor who called 911.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to grant the Client pre-trial diversion. Upon completion of anger management classes, the charges against Client were be dismissed.
 


Client arrested for: Felony narcotics possession for sale, Felony narcotics transportation.

Case Notes: Client was arrested by undercover police attempting to sell 80 tabs of Hyrdocodone (AKA Norco, Vicodin).

Disposition: After negotiation, the Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to dismiss the drug transportation charge and downgrade the possession for sale charge and allowing the Client to do DEJ (deferred entry of judgment). The charge and entire case against Client was subsequently dismissed. Client does no jail and suffers no conviction on his criminal record.
 


Client arrested for: Unlawful gun possession.

Case Notes: Client was arrested for unlawfully having a handgun during a traffic stop.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to dismiss all charges against the Client. Client also got his handgun back.
 


Client arrested for: Felony corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant (domestic violence battery).

Case Notes: Client accused of assaulting children’s father with a knife.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to dismiss all charges against the Client. No conviction or penalties.
 


Client arrested for: Bench warrant for violating misdemeanor probation, which was issued over 4 years ago.

Case notes: Client was convicted of a misdemeanor theft crime over 4 years ago. However, it was alleged that soon thereafter he failed to comply with any of the conditions of his probation and a bench warrant was subsequently issued for his arrest.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the judge to reinstate probation with the same original conditions. Client was not sanctioned and no new punishment was ordered.
 


Client arrested for: Felony possession of narcotics + enhancement for use of a deadly/dangerous weapon.

Case notes: Client accused of unlawfully possessing 30+ vicodin pills, while also being armed with a switchblade. The enhancement for the switchblade would have added on a 1 year jail term to run consecutively to any jail ordered for the pills.

Disposition: After negotiation, Joseph A. Tang persuades the prosecutor to dismiss the enhancement and grant the Client deferred entry of judgment (“DEJ”). As a result, the Client’s case is later dismissed.
 


Client arrested for: Felony identity theft.

Case notes: The degree of financial injury alleged by the alleged victims was in the thousands of dollars range. It is important to note that any identity theft conviction will have severe consequences on a person’s ability to find or retain a job. Thus, it is a priority in these kinds of cases to prevent or mitigate such potential consequences to my clients.

Disposition: After negotiation, and over the objection of the prosecutor, the Joseph A. Tang persuades the Court to agree to dismiss the charge through a civil compromise. Civil compromise was subsequently completed, and the identity theft charge was dismissed.
 


(Disclaimer: past results displayed are not a guarantee of future results)

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