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CASE RESULTS

State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was charged with felony battery constituting domestic violence. The offer made by the Clark County District Attorney prior to trial was stipulated prison time. Client faced enhanced sentencing as a habitual criminal if convicted. Client rejected the District Attorney's offer and proceeded to jury trial. At trial, the alleged victim testified against the accused and an independent witness backed up her story. Mr. Pandullo pointed out the inconsistencies between the two witness' testimony, and after less than a half hour of jury deliberation, client was fully acquitted.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was charged with battery constituting domestic violence. Client was a member of the United States military and, if convicted, would have been unable to continue his career in the armed services due to federal law. At trial, Mr. Pandullo pointed out inconsistencies between the alleged victim's statement to police, her statement to the 911 dispatcher, and her testimony in court. Client was found not guilty.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was charged with battery constituting domestic violence. Client rejected the District Attorney's offer and proceeded to trial. A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officer testified at trial that the defendant admitted to the crime. Mr. Pandullo argued that the Las Vegas Metro Police Officer was mistaken about the alleged confession and the client was found not guilty.


United States of America vs. Client

Client, a veteran real estate professional, became the target of a United States Attorney's Office investigation into real estate fraud in Las Vegas. Client faced years in prison if convicted of the alleged crimes. The U.S. Attorney's Office offered client a deal which would have required her to plead guilty to a felony and give up her professional license to avoid prison time. Client rejected the offer and faced indictment. However, after discussion and meetings with the U.S. Attorney's Office, client was not charged and faced no criminal penalty.


United States of America vs. Client

Client was charged by the United States Attorney's Office in connection with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's undercover investigation called "Operation Bad Company." Client faced multiple federal felony charges and a stiff prison sentence if convicted. The United States Attorney's Office alleged that client was captured on digital video recording selling a stolen firearm, and a confidential informant corroborated the identification of the client. However, Mr. Pandullo convinced the U.S. Attorney's Office that this was a case of mistaken identity, and all charges were dismissed.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was accused of battery constituting domestic violence. Client faced probation revocation and prison time if convicted. Client proceeded to trial, was found not guilty of domestic violence, and was reinstated on probation.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was accused of drug trafficking and possession of controlled substance with intent to sell for allegedly possessing prescription drugs with the intent to sell them. According to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, client admitted that he sold prescription narcotics and had a large amount of cash on his person when he was arrested. Nevertheless, Mr. Pandullo argued that the alleged confession was coerced and the Clark County District Attorney agreed to dismiss all charges.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was accused of robbery and conspiracy and proceeded to preliminary hearing in Las Vegas Justice Court. After the court heard the evidence and arguments of counsel, all charges were dismissed.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client was charged with home invasion, a category B felony punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment in the Nevada Department of Corrections. Negotiated case and client pled no contest to two counts of disorderly conduct, no jail time.


United States of America vs. Client

Client was charged in federal court with manufacturing and distributing a controlled substance. Negotiated case and client entered federal diversion program, avoiding a felony on his record and a potential prison sentence.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client's apartment was raided by Las Vegas Metro drug task force detectives and he was charged with multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. Detectives alleged that they had conducted several prior undercover drug buys with client and would charge him with these offenses as well if he did not cooperate with police. Negotiated the case for probation and included language in the written guilty plea to prevent any future prosecution for the alleged other undercover drug buys.


State of Nevada vs. Client

Client, who had prior DUI and other felony convictions, allegedly fled at high speed when a police officer attempted to pull him over on suspicion of drunk driving. Client was apprehended and faced DUI charges as well as felony evading charges. Negotiated case for a simple misdemeanor and no jail time.


United States of America vs. Client

Client had been convicted of federal drug offenses and had been sentenced to life in prison. Represented client after his conviction. Life sentence overturned.

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