Mr. Ro Possesses Extensive Criminal Law Experience. See Also Recent ICE Immigration Court Result Below.

SEE SELECTED RESULTS BELOW. *

Results [For Those In Immediate Legal Peril]

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF IMMIGRATION REVIEW

IMMIGRATION COURT

IN RE F.G.R

REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS: History of Severe Criminal Felonies
Result: CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL [Tantamount to DISMISSAL]
NOTE: Significant, Tenacious Litigation Efforts Results in Victory for Client

State v. B.R.
Charge: DUI
Result: GUILTY [With Former Lawyer]
“New” Result:  DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE [After Hiring Mr. Ro] – “With Prejudice” means the State CANNOT REFILE/RECHARGE the case against the Client. It’s DISMISSED “With Prejudice”. It’s Done. It’s Closed.

State v. G.W.
Charge:  Theft 2nd Degree
Result:  Dismissed (after Hiring Mr. Ro)

State v. S.N.
NOT GUILTY – Count I:  Felony Assault 2nd Degree
NOT GUILTY – Count II:  Felony, Robbery 1st Degree, Attempt
NOT GUILTY – Count III:  Felony Unlawful Imprisonment

State v. B.L.
DISMISSED – Count I:  Felony Assault 2nd Degree
DISMISSED – Count II:  Felony Harassment

State v. C.R.
NOT GUILTY – DUI
DISMISSED – No Valid Operator’s License

State v. J.A.
DISMISSED – Count I:  Gross Misdemeanor Malicious Mischief 3rd Degree

State v. N.B.
DISMISSED – Felony Violation of No Contact Order

State v. C.M.
NOT GUILTY – Felony Violation No Contact Order
DISMISSED – Gross Misdemeanor Assault 4th Degree

In the middle of the jury trial, Mr. Ro vigorously and tenaciously advocated for the DISMISSAL of the Assault charge and the court agreed to GRANT DISMISSAL. The jury then found the client on the remaining felony charge as NOT GUILTY.

State v. D.B.
DISMISSED – Felony Robbery 2nd Degree Violation of Protection Order

City v. L.B.
DISMISSED – Gross Misdemeanor Assault 4th Degree

State v. C.C.
HUNG JURY/MISTRIAL/DISMISSED – Possession of Burglary Tools; DISMISSED – Vehicle Prowl 2nd Degree

1st Count: Possession of Stolen Property 3rd Degree – Misdemeanor – Guilty 2nd Count: Possession of Burglary Tools – Misdemeanor – Hung Jury / Mistrial / Resulted in DISMISSAL 3rd Count: Vehicle Prowl 2nd Degree – Misdemeanor – DISMISSED Notes: For this reason, results are never guaranteed, especially during a jury trial. Nevertheless, Mr. Ro will fight tenaciously on your behalf to provide the best results possible in light of your case and your facts.

City v. W.C.
DISMISSED – Destruction of Property – Domestic Violence

State v. A.C.
DISMISSED – Malicious Mischief 3rd Degree – DV (Domestic Violence)

State v. S.C.
DISMISSED – Count I:  Felony Theft 1st Degree (Class “B” Felony)

State v. V.D.
DISMISSED – Felony Assault 2nd Degree – Domestic Violence

City v. A.G.
DISMISSED (With Prejudice) – Gross Misdemeanor Assault 4th Degree

State v. T.F.
DISMISSED – Gross Misdemeanor Assault 4th Degree

City v. N.V.
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE – Gross Misdemeanor Theft 3rd Degree

State v. S.F.
DISMISSED (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I:  Destruction of Property DV
DISMISSED (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I:  Criminal Assault DV

City v. C.G.
DISMISSED (With Prejudice) – Criminal Assault – DV (Domestic Violence)

State v. S.M.
DISMISSED (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I:  Theft of a Motor Vehicle DISMISSED – Count II:  Theft 2nd Degree
DISMISSED – Count III:  Dangerous Weapons
DISMISSED – Count IV:  Driving While License Suspended 3rd Degree

State v. R.M.
DISMISSED – Felony Forgery

State v. C.P.
DISMISSAL (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I:  Driving While License Suspended 3rd (DWLS 3rd)

DISMISSAL – Count II:  Reckless Driving

Notes: In the middle of the jury trial, Mr. Ro made a significant motion requesting the judge to DISMISS ALL CHARGES, to which the court GRANTED DISMISSAL on all charges.

City v. J.S.
DISMISSED – Gross Misdemeanor Theft 3rd Degree

State v. C.S.
DISMISSED – Possession of Marijuana

City v. L.S.
DISMISSED (With Prejudice) – Loitering – Intent to Engage Drug Activities

State v. L.S.
DISMISSED (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I: Felony Harassment
DISMISSED – Count II: Assault 4th Degree

State v. C.T.
DISMISSED (All Charges/All Counts) – Count I: Violation of Court Order DV
DISMISSED – Count II: Violation of Court Order DV (Domestic Violence)

State v. B.W.
DISMISSED – Minor in Possession (M.I.P.) – Alcohol

State v. S.D.
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE – Driving While License Suspended 3rd Deg.

City v. T.S.
DISMISSED – Driving While License Suspended in the 3rd Degree

State v. H.P.
DISMISSED – Count I: Felony Assault 1st Degree, Armed Deadly Weapon, RCW 9A.36.011(1)(A), RCW 9.94A.825, RCW 9.94A.533(4), RCW 10.99.020 – Class “A” Felony

DISMISSED – Count II: Felony Assault 2nd Degree, RCW 9A.36.021(1)(g), RCW 10.99.020 – Class “B” Felony

State v. F.C.
MULTIPLE COUNTS OF UPCS WITH “INTENT” TO DELIVER – UPCS

AFTER SIGNIFICANT NEGOTIATIONS, THE PROSECUTOR AGREED TO WITHDRAW THE ‘INTENT TO DELIVER’ WITH AN AMENDED INFORMATION

RESULT: DEFERRED SENTENCE (TO-BE-DISMISSED UPON FULL COMPLIANCE)

State v. K.M.
COUNT I:  UPCS [UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE]

COUNT II:  POSSESSION OF A LEGEND DRUG

COUNT III:  UNLAWFUL USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

AFTER SIGNIFICANT NEGOTIATIONS, THE PROSECUTOR AGREED TO EFFECTIVELY WITHDRAW COUNTS I, II, III WITH AN AMENDED INFORMATION ON A SOLICITATION CHARGE

RESULT: DEFERRED SENTENCE (TO-BE-DISMISSED UPON FULL COMPLIANCE)

State v. H.P.
COUNT I:  UNLAWFUL DELIVERY OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

AFTER SIGNIFICANT NEGOTIATIONS, THE PROSECUTOR AGREED TO WITHDRAW THE ‘DELIVERY’ CHARGED WITH AN AMENDED INFORMATION WITH AN ATTEMPTED POSSESSION CHARGE.

Note:  This is an example that not everything can get a DISMISSAL charge.  In light of the circumstances and the seriousness of the charge, the result in this case may be viewed as an extremely positive result.

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*Note/Disclaimer: Your particular situation may be different. No case is  guaranteed any particular or specific result.  Some case results may include final disposition of a part of a case and not the entire matter.