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RECENT CASE RESULTS

      At The Elbert Law Firm, we believe that an attorney's worth can best be measured by the results he obtains for his clients. Although we cannot guarantee a particular outcome in any DWI, Criminal, or Personal Injury case, please review some recent examples of successful results our attorneys have obtained for previous clients.  We are happy to discuss our prior cases, explain our strategy and how we achieved successful results and allow you to decide if we are sufficiently skilled and experienced to handle your case.

  • ​People v. Jenkins, 2015. Client charged with felony possession of a forged instrument in Nassau County criminal courts.  Case dismissed after defense motions.

  • ​People v. Benson, 2015.  Assault charge in Suffolk Criminal Court.  Case resolved with ACOD.

  • ​People v. Loubriel, 2015. We obtained a misdemeanor plea bargain off of a Robbery first degree charge.

  • People v. Demeo, 2014.  Client initially charged with Menacing and Criminal mischief for threatening the victim with a bat and breaking a window.  After extensive plea negotiations, the case was resolved with an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal.

  • People v. Zhu, 2014.  Client charged with two separate E felony counts of Unlicensed practice of a profession for running a massage parlor without a license in the Nassau County criminal courts.  Both cases resolved with an Adjournment in contemplation of dismissal.

  • People v. Collins, 2014.  Client charged in Suffolk County criminal court with felony Assault for stabbing her neighbor in the leg and torso.  After extensive negotiations, we convinced the Prosecutor to dismiss the indictment in the interest of justice.

  • People v. Franklin, 2014.  Client charged with felony Possession of stolen property in Nassau County criminal court.  After serving the prosecutor with a motion to dismiss, the matter was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal.

  • People v. Pippins, 2013.  Client initially charged in Nassau County criminal court with Assault in second degree, Obstructing governmental administration and Resisting arrest.  The Assault charge was dismissed after motion practice and the client was acquitted of the remaining charges after a jury trial.

  • People v. Randle, 2013.  Client initially charged with Burglary, Robbery and Assault in Nassau County criminal court.  After serving the prosecutor with a motion to dismiss, the case was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal.

  • People v. Speller, 2012.  Client charged with felony Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license in Nassau County criminal court.  After extensive cross examination by the Defense at trial, it was proven that the Police officers were lying and the prosecutor dismissed the charges prior to the case going to the jury.

  • People v. Johnson, 2012.  Home invasion in Nassau County.  Client was facing 25 years in prison and, despite being arrested and identified by multiple witnesses minutes after the crime and only a few blocks away, we convinced the jury to acquit our client of all charges after a jury trial.

  • People v. Hill, 2012.  Client was facing 15 years on Robbery charge in Nassau County criminal court.  Client acquitted of all charges after jury trial

  • People v. Benson, 2012.  Client charged with Petit larceny.  Case adjourned in contemplation of dismissal

  • People v. Jacobs, 2011.  Client acquitted of Murder and Criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree after jury trial

  • People v. Caban, 2011.  Client was initially charged with Criminal sale of a controlled substance.  Rather than answer the Defense motions, the prosecutor dismissed the case.

  • People v. Ferrari, 2011.  Client charged in Suffolk County criminal court with felony Assault for beating another man with a telephone.  We obtained a plea bargain where the client plead guilty to the non-criminal charge of Disorderly conduct with no jail or probation.

  • People v. McRae, 2011. Client charged with Grand larceny and Possession of stolen property in Nassau County criminal court.  The Court dismissed charges based on defense motion.

  • People v. Williams, 2011.  Client charged with felony Criminal possession of a controlled substance. We obtained a plea bargain for the client where he plead guilty to the non-criminal violation, Disorderly conduct with no jail or probation. 

  • People v. Elmendorf, 2011, Client initially charged with Assault and Criminal contempt for violating an Order of protection in Suffolk County criminal court.  All charges dismissed as a result of Defense motion.

  • People v. Sandoval, 2010. Client charged with Murder in the second degree for stabbing victim in the chest numerous times.  Client acquitted of Murder charge after jury trial.

  • People v. Borman, 2006.  Client acquitted of Felony drug charges after jury trial in Nassau County criminal court.