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Successful Representation from Our Brea Attorneys

When you work with Anthony Curiale and Associates, A Professional Corporation, you will be able to obtain the results that you deserve. Our team has a proven track record for success, and we are always on the lookout to ensure that you receive the best possible results for your case. If you are looking for a defense attorney to represent your DUI case, the bottom line is that you need an attorney who will provide results.

From not-guilty verdicts at trial to pretrial dismissal to reductions in charges, Anthony Curiale and Associates, A Professional Corporation knows how to work your case and get the results that you need. When you work with our firm, you will be working with a team of truly experienced lawyers who are always on the lookout to help you obtain the best possible resolution to your case. Read through our case results and see how working with a dedicated attorney can benefit your situation. Contact our firm now to learn more or to speak with a reputable attorney!


People v IJ

Charged with: Felony Possession of Concentrated Cannabis – Health and Safety Code 11357(a)

Outcome: Not Guilty – Case was dismissed by the Orange County District Attorney's office "for lack of sufficient evidence." Client was originally facing potential prison time for this charge.

Description: Client IJ was pulled over and consented to a search of his vehicle. The officer found "wax" – a form of concentrated cannabis. However, IJ is a Medical Marijuana Patient with a valid recommendation. The possession of concentrated cannabis by a medical marijuana in the State of California is legal. After several pretrial conferences and negotiation with the Orange County District Attorney, the charge was dismissed.

People v. BQ

Charged with: Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana – California Vehicle Code 23152(a)

Outcome: Not Guilty of DUI – Client pled to a reduced charge of "Dry" Reckless Driving, a count that cannot be used as a prior offense for DUI purposes.

Description: BQ was a medical marijuana patient driving to work on Saturday morning at 9 AM. BQ was pulled over for speeding and swerving. The officer claimed to have smelled an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. BQ was given a series of field sobriety tests, arrested, and gave a blood sample at the station. When we received BQ's file, we had a blood retested. Our blood tests results were a full 60% less than the results provided by the Orange County Crime Lab. Upon hearing this new information, the Orange County District Attorney reduced BQ's charges to Reckless Driving.

People v TC

Charged with: Felony Sale or Transport of Marijuana – Health and Safety Code 11360(a)

Outcome: Not Guilty – Case was dismissed by the Orange County District Attorney's office "for lack of sufficient evidence." Maximum potential sentence for the charged offense was a year in jail.

People v RA

Charged with: Felony Possession of Marijuana and Felony Possession for Sale of Marijuana– Health and Safety Codes 11359 and 11360(a)

Outcome: Not Guilty – Case was dismissed by the Orange County District Attorney's office "in the interests of justice." Maximum potential sentence for the charged offenses was up to two years in jail.

People v TC

Charged with: Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana – California Vehicle Code 23152(a)

Outcome: Not Guilty of DUI – Client pled to a reduced charge of "Dry" Reckless Driving, a count that cannot be used as a prior offense for DUI purposes.

People v JT

Charged with: Cultivation and Possession of Marijuana for Sale – Health and Safety Code 11359

Outcome: Not Guilty – Case was dismissed by the Orange County District Attorney's office "for lack of sufficient evidence." Maximum potential sentence for the charged offense was one year in jail.

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