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Criminal Case Results


Victor D.L.T

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Nov 2016
Outcome: Conviction on Misdemeanor Attempt possession..no jail/public service…or probation…fine only!!!
Description: Orig Charge…Poss of Controlled substance..Cocaine..class 4 felony up to 3 years prison..Defendant Not US Citizen so possible deportation…


Seth B.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Nov 2016
Outcome: Plea to one count of misdemeanor battery…no probation…no jail…no public service!
Description: Original charges aggravated battery, 8 counts to 2 different alleged victims. Potential 5 years in prison.


James M.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Oct 2016
Outcome: Trial..Not Guilty!!!
Description: Orig charge aggravated assault with a firearm.


Pedro S.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: July 2016
Outcome: Misdemeanor with no jail.
Description: Orig charges. Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse class 2 felony..possible 7 years prison.


Federico S.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: July 2016
Outcome: Plea one count of Misdemeanor reckless conduct..all felonies dismissed…no probation.., fine only!
Description: Orig charges: 2 counts Reckless Discharge of Firearm, 1 count Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon..all class 4 felonies..up to 3 years prison.


Mychal P.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: June 2016
Outcome: 24 months special 410 probation which terms with no jail/ no criminal record / charges expunge able!
Description: Orig charges : Unlawful Possession with the Intent to Deliver controlled substances..class 3 Felony, up to 5 years jail possible.


People v S.W.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Mar 6, 2016
Outcome: Misdemeanor, no probation, no jail.
Description: Felony Theft Charges – Class 3 Possible 2-5 years Department of Corrections.


People v R.P.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Mar 16, 2016
Outcome: Misdemeanor with no probation or jail.
Description: Felony Stalking – Class 3 Possible 1 to 3 years Department of Corrections.


People v B.T.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Mar 16, 2016
Outcome: Class X Felony, Probation with Work Release, No Prison.
Description: Drug Case with Intent to Deliver Mandatory 6 to 30 years Prison.


People v R.L.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Feb 16, 2016
Outcome: Class A Misdemeanor, Case Dismissed.
Description: Domestic Battery – Multiple Counts – Up to 1 year Jail Case set for Trial.


People v D.O.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Feb 16, 2016
Outcome: Class X Because of Priors, Plea to Class 3, No Jail, No Probation.
Description: Theft – Mandatory 6 to 30 years – No Possibility of Probation.


People v M.T.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jul 2015
Outcome: Three Charges, Theft Case Dismissed, All Drug Cases Reduced to Class 4 Possession, No Further Jail Time, Probation, No Prison
Description: Originally charged as three completely separate cases. First case, class II possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance with 3 to 7 years possible in the department of corrections then while out on bond committed another possession of a controlled substance class IV weeks since he was on bond would be mandatory consecutive prison time. One up to three years in prison. Third, separate case theft case. Final disposition: Theft case dismissed, all drug cases reduced to class 4 possession, no further jail time, probation, no prison.


People v A.V.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jul 2015
Outcome: Class II Burglary, Charges Reduced to Class a Misdemeanor, No Jail Time, No Probation
Description: Client originally charged with class II burglary possible 3 to 7 years in prison. The client had done the previous Department of Corrections time. Final disposition: Charges reduced to class A misdemeanor, no jail time, no probation.


People v J.C.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jul 2015
Outcome: Class III Felony, No Probation, No Jail
Description: Original charges filed: Failure to register as a sex offender class III felony with possible 3 to 7 years in prison. Final disposition: No jail time served, class A misdemeanor, no probation, court costs only.


People v P.G.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jun 19, 2015
Outcome: Two Charges: Class II Felony & Class III Felony, Misdemeanor Probation, No Further Jail, Small Amount of Public Service
Description: Originally charged as two complete separate felony cases different dates of offenses, different officers. One, with three counts of aggravated battery to a police officer class. Two, felony with possible 3 to 7 years in prison. Three, one charge of aggravated battery class III felony with 2 to 5 years in prison. Final disposition for all cases: Misdemeanor, probation, no further jail, small amount of public service.


People v O.G.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jun 19, 2015
Outcome: Class X Felony, No Jail Time
Description: Originally charged as possession with intent to deliver class X felony amount of controlled substance, no probation possible 6 to 30 years in prison mandatory. Final disposition: 36 months probation, work-release through the home not at the jail, no other jail time, no prison.


People v W.L.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: May, 2015
Outcome: Manufacturing or Delivery of Marijuana, Special Probation, No Jail Time
Description: Original charges were manufacturing or delivery of marijuana in excess of specified amount up to six years in prison and or $10,000 fine. Final disposition: Special probation that is expungeable within one year that will give no record whatsoever, no jail time.


People v J.Z.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: April, 2015
Outcome: Class III Theft, Reduced to Class A Misdemeanor, No Jail Restitution
Description: Originally charged with a class III theft over $500, under 10,000, possible 2 to five years in prison $25,000 fine plus restitution. Final disposition: Charges reduced to class A misdemeanor, no jail restitution.


People v Bystoll

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Mar 06, 2015
Outcome: Reduced To Misdemeanor, No Probation, No Jail
Description: Class 2 felony deceptive practice (3 to7 years DOC) possible. Bad check for over $10, 0000.


People v Mikulas

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: Jun 19, 2014
Outcome: Misdemeanor, No Probation, No Jail
Description: Defendant arrested for pounds of Marijuana plants, with a full grow operation on premises.


People V Eckles

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Date: 2014
Outcome: Probation
Description: Arrested for class X Cocaine delivery..(mandatory 6-30 years Dept of Corrections).


People v T.H.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Outcome: Class 4 Felony, Special First Offenders Probation (No Conviction if completes Probation), 24 Months Probation, after 13 months got balance of Probation termed early, No Conviction – Case Dismissed.
Description: Felony Drug Charges – Possible 3 to 4 years Department of Corrections.

Barry Boches, Esq.

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