Juvenile’s Ballot Measure 11 Charge Reduced To Misdemeanor, No Jail Time
MM faced a Ballot Measure 11 charge in Washington County after she had slashed a former boyfriend on the neck with a razor blade. Even though MM was only 17 years old, and had never been in trouble with the law, she faced a potential sentence of many years in prison. Our advocacy on behalf of MM resulted in a plea to an expungeable offense, and not even a single day of jail time. Once MM completes probation, we will be able to erase her conviction and seal all records of her arrest and prosecution. By any measure, our work on behalf of MM was a stunning success.
Client MM published online the following comment about the work our office did for her:
“Mark did a great job representing my family and me through a very tough case and was very helpful in getting a great result and making sure that everything was taken care of. He was very efficient and tactful and always seemed like he knew what he was doing!!! I would highly recommend him to anyone who had a difficult case who needed some good help and representation.”