Criminal Case Results
The Law Offices of Kevin McConnell provides top quality criminal defense to clients who have been charged with felonies and misdemeanors in the North Bay Area, including Sonoma, Marin, Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa Counties.
The case results described below are provided as examples and not a guarantee or promise of future results. Each case will vary depending on its facts and circumstances.
It is difficult and frustrating to be charged with a crime; having the right lawyer will produce the best possible result in your case and will reduce your anxiety and frustration along the way. If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges, please contact The Law Offices of Kevin McConnell for a free, confidential, no obligation consultation.
Experience has taught us that hard work, an aggressive defense, and good client communication will produce great results for our clients charged with a crime. We are very proud to share the following favorable case results from actual cases. These are recent case results, including cases I have personally handled through my prior office:
Client charged with robbery, facing 12 years in prison; after five day jury trial, jury hung in favor of acquittal 9-3; felony charges dismissed.
Client charged with felony robbery of a convenience store in Sacramento County. Verdict: case dismissed.
Home invasion robbery including discharge of a firearm in Solano County–case dismissed after preliminary hearing.
Restoration of gun rights–client’s multiple prior convictions dismissed, felonies reduced to misdemeanor status, and lawful gun rights restored to ex-felon.
Restoration of gun rights–nineteen charges dismissed and felony reduced to misdemeanor status, lawful gun rights restored to ex-felon.
Husband and wife charged with felony insurance fraud; reduced to misdemeanor with community service and no jail time.
Marin County contractor charged with perjury, a serious felony which would result in the loss of his contractor’s license; acquitted at trial on felony perjury charges, able to keep contractor’s license.
Napa County–multiple felony cockfighting charges; felonies dismissed after preliminary hearing, case settled for a single misdemeanor with credit for time served.
Felony attempted homicide, a very serious charge rendering client not eligible for probation and facing 25 years to life in prison; case settled for a reduced charge and 180 days in jail.
Sonoma County felony vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of drugs; charges reduced to misdemeanor.
Felony vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence; reduced to misdemeanor first offense DUI.
Felony sexual assault reduced to misdemeanor with no jail time and no sex offender registration (Sonoma County).
Sonoma County–felony domestic violence charges dismissed.
Marin County misdemeanor domestic violence charges dismissed.
Lake County felony firearms case reduced to ticket (infraction) for a Fish & Game violation.
Sonoma County felony domestic violence charges; case dismissed.
Alameda County DUI case dismissed on speedy trial grounds.
Alameda County resisting arrest–case dismissed.
Felony possession of marijuana and possession for sale in Solano County with government petition to forfeit thousands of dollars of client’s cash–case dismissed and cash returned to client.
Grand theft charged as third strike (with two prior felony robbery convictions)–client was facing life in prison under the “three strikes” law–sentenced to just 16 months.
Sonoma County DUI–case dismissed on motion to suppress evidence.