State V. A.D.
This was a very serious charge, carrying a very serious term of jail for the client if convicted. Our attorneys were able to negotiate for a Stay of Imposition, and avoid any significant jail time on behalf of the Client. The client was sentenced to only 90 days of executed jail, and was ordered to pay Restitution.
* If a Stay of Imposition is granted, the imposition (or pronouncement) of a prison sentence is delayed to some future date, provided that until that date the offender comply with conditions established by the court. If the offender does comply with those conditions until that date, the case is discharged, and for civil purposes (employment applications, etc.) the offender has a record of a misdemeanor rather than a felony conviction.