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  • Case Dismissed
    Aggravated Battery
    Client worked as a garage manager and after a verbal dispute with an employee, the employee called the police and made an allegation that the client hit him in the head with a tool (deadly weapon). The State Attorneys Office filed a charge of Aggravated Battery, which carries a penalty of up to fifteen (15) years on Florida State Prison. Mr. Schwartz conducted a thorough investigation of the scene and the victim and through taking depositions of the eye witnesses and the victim was able to establish a pattern on inconsistency in the alleged victim's allegations.
  • Case Dismissed
    Aggravated Battery
    Client was a manager at a gas station. He had to admonish an employee who decided to get back at him by calling the police and having him arrested for aggravated battery. After extensive discovery and depositions, Mr. Schwartz was able to establish that the alleged victim was lying and thus lacked the credibility to allow the state attorney's office to prove the case.
  • Case Dropped
    Aggravated Battery and Armed Burglary with Battery
    Client was with his girlfriend at the front door of one of her male friends. When the friend came to the door, he began flirting with the clients girlfriend which resulted in a fight that caused a glass door to break. The fight continued inside the residence and due to breakage of glass, the resident was seriously injured. Client was charged with burglary with a battery, a life felony, which carried no bond and a maximum penalty of life in Florida State prison. Mr Schwartz immediately upon being retained gathered witnesses and produced affidavits, which contradicted the statement of the alleged victim. A background check on the victim was done on the victim and revealed him to be an extensive drug user with mental stability issues which to some extent tarnished his credibility. As a result, Mr. Schwartz was able to work out a resolution with the alleged victim and the State Attorneys Office which led to the case being dismissed and ensuring that the clients criminal history remained clean.
  • Case and Injunction Dismissed
    Aggravated Battery and Domestic Violence Injunction
    Client was arrested for aggravated battery and was the recipient of a petition for permanent restraining order. Mr. Schwartz, through deposition was able to establish that the "victim" completely lacked credibility. As a result, the assistant state attorney realized that she had no case because of the lack of physical evidence. She was forced to drop the case.
  • No Jail/Prison Time
    Aggravated Stalking

    Aggravated Stalking

    Fraudulent Use of Personal Identification Information

    Unlawful Use of a Two Way Communications Device

    Client was accused of using his phone and computer to make threats to a school and individuals. He was facing 15 years in Florida State Prison. After an extensive discovery process, Mr. Schwartz was able to negotiate a resolution that allowed the client to avoid any time in jail.

  • Case Dismissed
    Armed Robbery with Firearm
    Client was picking up some jewelry with some other friends. When they approached the shop, a man came out and attempted to take their money. As a result, one of the individuals in my clients car pulled a gun and shot at the person multiple times, striking him once. The state filed the case and the client was looking at life in prison. However, Mr. Schwartz conducted a thorough investigation of all witnesses and co-defendants. As a direct result, Mr. Schwartz was able to establish that his client had minimal to no involvement and was nothing more than an innocent bystander who had no knowledge that there was a gun and played no role in the shooting. As a result, the case against Mr. Schwartz' client was eventually dropped. The 3 other co-defendants who were in the same car and represented by the public defenders office all served prison/jail time followed by lengthy probation. Mr. Schwartz' client got his case dismissed due to extreme efforts of Mr. Schwartz.
  • Case Dismissed
    Battery Law on Enforcement Officer, Resisting an Officer without Violence, and Disorderly Intoxication
    Client charged with 2 counts Battery Law on Enforcement Officer, Resisting an Officer Without Violence, and Disorderly Intoxication.
  • Minimum Mandatory Sentences Waived
    Cocaine Trafficking

    Client, who had an addiction to opioids, got caught 4 separate times selling cocaine in order to finance his addiction. All of the transactions where for amounts that exceeded the statutory threshold for cocaine trafficking. Mr. Schwartz, after a tireless investigation filed 2 motions to suppress and two motions to dismiss. Client was facing over 140 years in Florida State Prison with over 25 years in minimum mandatory prison sentences. The bottom of his guidelines exceeded fifteen years. Mr. Schwartz was able to negotiate a resolution where the client serves only three years, significantly less than his guidelines.

  • Case Dropped
    Controlled Substance
    Same client as case (repeat client) above got arrested when he was riding a scooter with a friend on South Beach and was stopped for improper turn. The police officer searched the scooter and under the seat found some narcotics. The repeat client was again looking at time in Florida State Prison. Mr. Schwartz immediately called the State Attorney and was able to convince her that there was no basis for the stop and certainly no basis for the search of the scooter. In addition, Mr. Schwartz was able to convince the prosecutor that there was no way they could prove that the client knew there were narcotics under the seat of the scooter.
  • Case Dismissed
    Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Intoxication
    Our client was charged with Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Intoxication. The case was dismissed and expunged off record.
  • Case Dismissed and Expunged off Record
    Disorderly Conduct
    A client in Miami-Dade was charged with Disorderly Conduct and we were able to get the case dismissed and expunged.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery
    CASE DISMISSED after Mr. Schwartz established lack of credibility on behalf of victim and that she was lying about allegations.
  • Expunged
    Domestic Battery
    Client was charged with battery and domestic violence. Our team was able to get the case dropped and expunged off their record.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery
    Contentious case where alcoholic wife was adamant about this criminal domestic violence case. Mr. Schwartz was the 2nd attorney on the case as the first lawyer was unable to do much. Once hired, Mr. Schwartz’ persistence and ability to convince the Chief of the Miami Dade State Attorneys Office Domestic Violence Unit over a 6 months span that the wife was a vindictive liar whose primary motivation was money was the reason the case was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery
    Client was accused of beating her elderly mother in law after a verbal altercation over a family matter. The prosecutor had advised that she intended on filing the felony case as charged. However, due to Mr. Schwartz immediate diligence and strategy, he was able to convince her to hold off until more information could be obtained regarding the credibility of our client and the lack of credibility of the alleged victim. Mr. Schwartz was subsequently able to provide her with enough evidence that supported our clients version of the events and contradicted what the alleged victim told the police during their investigation.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery
    Client had an argument and scuffle with her father, who decided to move forward with the criminal charges. After extensive discussions with the prosecutor, Mr. Schwartz was able to get the case dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery

    Client had a heated argument with her husband which resulted in an allegation that she punched him in the face. He called the police and she was arrested. After extensive discovery, Mr. Schwartz was successful in obtaining a dismissal of all charges.

  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery by Strangulation
    Client was on vacation from Canada and got into an argument with his girlfriend. She called police and alleged that he choked her. Mr. Schwartz was able to convince the prosecutor that the victim's allegations had many inconsistencies and that she lacked credibility.
  • Case Dismissed
    DUI
    Filed Motion to Limit/Exclude States Evidence as Inadmissible. As a result, Mr. Schwartz got the case DISMISSED on morning of trial.
  • Reduced Charges
    DUI and Disorderly Intoxication
    DUI was broken down to a reckless driving with no conviction and the disorderly intoxication charge was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    DUI with Bodily Injury, DUI with Damage to Property/Person, and Reckless Driving
    Client charged with 3 counts DUI with Bodily Injury, 3 counts DUI with Damage to Property/Person, and Reckless Driving. The incident occurred in 2010 and the defendant was arrested in 2015. Mr. Schwartz filed a Motion to Dismiss on Due Process grounds, all counts DISMISSED
  • Case Dismissed
    Flee/Elude, Possession of Controlled Substance, and Possession with Intent to Sell/Manufacture/Deliver
    Client charged with Flee/Elude, Possession of Controlled Substance, and 23 counts of Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell/Manufacture/Deliver. Mr. Schwartz was able to convince the prosecutor that there were issues with the search as well as provide significant client mitigation. All Charges DISMISSED.
  • Case Dropped
    Grand Theft
    Client, who is a police officer in California, was in Miami for vacation. When he was leaving and going through airport security he allegedly took an expensive Rolex watch out of the property bin that belonged to someone else. Mr. Schwartz, immediately got the surveillance footage of the alleged incident and was able to establish to the State Attorneys Office that there was intent to "deprive another of their property."
  • Case Dismissed
    Grand Theft
    Client was accused of stealing property valued at over $300. Mr. Schwartz was able convince the prosecutor to dismiss the case.
  • No Action
    Grand Theft
    Client arrested at Trump Nat’l Doral Miami Hotel and charged with First Degree Grand Theft. Mr. Schwartz was able to convince the prosecutor that there was insufficient evidence to have a good faith basis to prove the case. Thus the result was a NO ACTION.
  • Case Dismissed
    Grand Theft, Check Forgery, Uttering Forged Instrument, and Forged Bank Bills
    Client charged with Grand Theft 3rd Degree, Check Forgery, Uttering Forged Instrument, and Forged Bank Bills. Client's husband was being vindictive after client filed for divorce. Mr. Schwartz convinced prosecutor of such and case finally DISMISSED.
  • Case Dismissed
    Juvenile Drug Possession
    Our client was charged with juvenile drug possession. We were able to get the case dismissed and expunged off their record.
  • No Jail/Prison Time
    Lewd & Lascivious
    When the client was 24 years old, he was arrested for having sexual relations with a fourteen year old. He was facing 30 years in Florida State Prison. Mr. Schwartz, after an exhaustive discovery process was able to negotiate a resolution of community control and probation with no jail time.
  • Two Years Probation, No Jail Time
    Narcotics Sale and Weapons Charge
    Client, who had a criminal history and addiction to narcotics was arrested for illegally carrying a gun and sale of narcotics. Prosecutor wanted to make him a convicted felon and put him in prison for an extended period of time based on facts of case and prior criminal history. After extensive investigation by Mr. Schwartz, client was able to provide enough mitigation that convinced the court to give him a withhold of adjudication thus allowing him to avoid being a convicted felon. He was also placed on 2 years of probation with no jail/prison time as he was facing 30 years in Florida State Prison.
  • Case Dismissed
    Possession with Intent to Sell Marijuana
    Felony possession with Intent to Sell Marijuana Mr. Schwartz was able to negotiate for def to do CSH in order for the entire felony case to be DISMISSED.
  • 2 Counts Dropped & 3rd Closed with No Conviction
    Resisting with Violence, Petit Theft, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
    Same repeat client as above was again in a situation that resulted in a police confrontation which lead to his arrest. The officer accused him of stealing merchandise from a merchant. When approached, he shoved the officer. The client was again looking at prison time as he was charged with a felony and two misdemeanors. Mr. Schwartz was able to get two counts dismissed due to a bad search and get the felony bound to a misdemeanor, where all he had to do is pay court costs and avoided a conviction.
  • Probation on One Case, Second Case Dismissed
    Robbery (2 separate cases)
    Client was in town on vacation with his family. He was arrested and accused of robbing two separate women of their purses, wallets and phones, then running away. The police found the victims property on him upon his apprehension. Mr Schwartz, who was proactive in the investigation was able to negotiate with the filing prosecutor a resolution that resulted in only one case being filed and was placed on probation. The second case was dropped as part of the negotiated resolution. The client was facing up to 30 years in Florida State Prison, but because of Mr. Schwartz’ aggressive efforts, he was able to fly home the same day
  • Case Dropped
    Robbery by Sudden Snatching and Resisting without Violence
    Client was attending the ULTRA music festival when a police officer allegedly saw him grab a ticket out of another patrons hands, then run away to an awaiting car. Client was facing up to six (6) years in Florida State Prison. Mr. Schwartz, immediately after being retained, investigated the facts and got affidavits from eye witnesses that contradicted the testimony of the officer. As a result, Mr. Schwartz convinced the State Attorneys Office to drop the case, which preserved the clients clean record.
  • Warrants Removed and Violations Dismissed
    Violation of Probation
    Client failed to complete the conditions of his probation and received warrants for such and for a failure to appear. Mr. Schwartz was able to not only get the warrants removed, he was able to get his probation terminated.
  • Case Dismissed
    Witness/Victim Tampering
    Mother of defendant charged with first Degree Murder arrested. State filed M2 Revoke Bond for allegedly contacting alleged victim/witness. Mr. Schwartz through discovery subsequently hired forensic expert to prove the tampering was not from defendant but from the witness herself using a spoofing application to set up the defendant.