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For most people, you only get one chance to get the best possible result for your legal challenge. At Williams And Seemen, we understand what you're up against, and we are committed to helping you prepare and execute an effective case strategy that gets results. Read more about how we've helped other clients during our years in practice. Call (818) 536-7776 or contact us online for a free consultation.

  • Not Guilty of All Charges
    People v. Allen
    This client was charged with assaulting a neighbor with his car. The Mr. Allen claimed that the client attempted to run him over after a heated argument. The client exercised the right to a jury trial.
  • Not Guilty of All Charges
    People v. C. Johnson
    Mr. Johnson was charged with commercial burglary. Due to his prior record, he was facing a maximum exposure of 9 years in state prison. His crime was caught on surveillance camera and he made a confession to the arresting officer. Mr. Johnson exercised his right to a jury trial.
  • Not Guilty of All Charges
    People v. Faust
    Mr. Faust was charged with felony assault causing great bodily injury when he allegedly launched an unprovoked attack on his girlfriend’s adult son. Mr. Faust was offered five years in prison and a “strike” to resolve his case. Mr. Faust chose to exercise his right to a jury trial.
  • Not Guilty of All Charges
    People v. Felik
    Mr. Felik was charged with assault with a deadly weapon when he allegedly followed a woman onto a metro bus and stabbed her in the stomach. He exercised his right to a jury trial.
  • Not Guilty of All Charges
    People v. Kamminga
    Mr. Kamminga was charged with possession of methamphetamine for sales and possession of a weapon with narcotics. The methamphetamine was found in Mr. Kamminga’s room in a bag belonging to Mr. Kamminga  The gun was also found in his room and the arresting officer alleged Mr. Kamminga confessed to both the gun and the methamphetamine. Mr. Kamminga exercised his right to a jury trial.
  • 8-4 Jury Hang
    People v. DeCarlo
    The client was pulled over for a routine traffic violation. When officers searched the vehicle, they discovered a concealed firearm. The client exercised his right to a jury trial that resulted in a “hung jury.” The client later resolved his case for a lesser charge and sentence.