Our client was charged with a Second Offense DUI, with a high BAC in Bellflower. We were able to get him 20 days of electronic monitoring in lieu of any jail time. He is permitted to go to work, so his job will not be affected.
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Felony Refusal DUI with Injury and Four counts of Hit and Run, in different locations. Our client was driving after taking pain medication for a recent surgery, and unintentionally blacked out. The Felony DUI charge was reduced to a Misdemeanor first offense DUI, without Injury. All of the victims were compensated by insurance, so the prosecutor agreed to dismiss all of the hit and run charges. Our client did not have to do any jail. He was ordered to complete the
Our client was charged with Felony DUI with Injury (vehicle code 23153 (a) and (b).) Our client had a serious traffic collision, with a high BAC. We quickly conducted an investigation to find out the extent of the injuries to the victim. We determined that even though the victim was transported to a hospital, luckily she was OK. Ben Mironer was able to convince the prosecutor to reduce the DUI with Injury to a regular first offense DUI, Without
Our client was charged with driving under the influence of Marijuana. The arresting officer found containers of Marijuana in the car, which our client had a legal medical referral for. A DUI investigation was conducted and our client was arrested for suspension of DUI. Ben Mironer utilized the expertise of an independent forensic toxicologist to persuade the prosecutor that our client was not DUI. We announced "ready" for trial, and the prosecutor offered to dismiss the DUI in a plea
Our client was arrested for driving under the influence on the 170 Hollywood freeway. The officers asked her to complete a breath test, which she was unable to blow hard enough into the breathalyzer device to register a result. Then, the officers didn't give her an opportunity to complete a blood test, when she asked them if she can call an attorney. Instead, they simply marked it as a refusal. Our client testified at the DMV hearing, and the officer
We had a friend refer a client in West Covina charged with a DUI with blood alcohol content of .09%. He was an upstanding citizen, never charged with a crime before. We calmed his worries and ensured that we did the best we can to get the best results available. Ben Mironer was able to get the 23152 charge reduced to a wet reckless. He was very grateful and now can move on with his life.
Our client was charged with a felony DUI with injury and a .12% BAC in Burbank. This was a steep charge because he was facing a felony with 3 years in state prison. Ben Mironer was able to get his felony DUI reduced to a misdemeanor. The result was the client faced NO JAIL TIME. This was an absolute relief for our client.
Our client was a commercial driver charged with a DUI and facing a suspension of his license due to a refusal to provide a breath and blood test. This would've severely hindered his ability to earn a living for it hinged on the individual's ability to drive. Ben Mironer submitted a Writ of Mandate which overturned the DMV's decision to suspend his license. This was a huge relief for our client and a big win for Ben Mironer for it
We had a client in El Monte charged with a DUI with a blood alcohol content of .11%. Ben Mironer was able to get the 23152 charge reduced to a wet reckless.
Another client from Santa Clarita was charged with a DUI with a traffic collision. Ben Mironer was able to get the charged reduced all the way down to a wet reckless.
Our client was facing a steep charge of a felony DUI with injury in San Fernando. Using evidence gathered Ben Mironer was able to reduce the charge to just a Wet Reckless, to the relief of our client.
We had a difficult case when our client was charged with their 2nd DUI with a whopping .31% BAC in Ventura. They were looking at possible jail time as well as other fines. Our client's main concern was that they did not want to spend any time in jail. Through careful negotiations our client spent no jail time but was instead to spend 180 days in rehab. Another win for Ventura DUI attorney, Ben Mironer. Watch the video to learn
Our young client was charged with a DUI with a .17% BAC at the Santa Barbara Juvenile Court. Ben Mironer got the DUI case dismissed citing the Health and Welfare Code 654.2. This was a huge relief for both the client and his parents, thus another great win for Ben Mironer.
Our client was charged with a hit and run in Ventura. Using all the resources at his disposal, he got the case dismissed when he got the judge to grant a civil compromise.
Our client had a strong case against them when arrested and charged with a DUI with a BAC of .10 in Santa Clarita. Through Ben Mironer's negotiations he was able to get the DUI charges dismissed and reduced to a wet reckless. As a respected attorney in the Santa Clarita court, Ben Mironer is able to help his clients get the best possible deals, despite seemingly-hopeless odds.
We represented a client charged with an alcohol and drug DUI in Ventura. The case was taken all the way to trial, with the jury dismissing all charges. This was a great win for Ventura DUI attorney, Ben Mironer. Have questions? Check out "What To Do After a DUI"
We represented a client in the Ventura juvenile court for possession of controlled substance and possession of burglary tools. The result was a case dismissal as per Health and Welfare Code 654.2. Another win for the Law Office of Ben Mironer.
Our client in Metro Court was charged with a DUI after blowing a .09. Ben Mironer was able to convince the judge to not only reduce the charge, but to lower it down all the way to "Exhibition of Speed." This was a huge relief for our client, and a positive win for The Law Office of Ben Mironer.
Our client in Metro Court was charged with a 2nd DUI after blowing a .08. Ben Mironer was able to convince the judge to reduce the charge, but to lower the charge to "Exhibition of Speed." This was a huge relief for our client, and a positive win for The Law Office of Ben Mironer.
Our client was charged with a DUI and resisting arrest in Malibu, as well as refusing to take a breath test. Ben Mironer was able to reduce all charges by getting the DUI refusal and resisting arrest dismissed, and got the overall DUI charge reduced to a wet reckless.
Our client was facing a felony possession of a controlled substance in Malibu. We were able to present our case which resulted in a case dismissal. This was another major win for the Law Office of Ben Mironer.
Our client was charged with an underage DUI in Chatsworth for driving under the influence while under the legal drinking age of 21. Ben Mironer decided to take the case to trial and won it by getting the case dismissed.Yet another win for Chatsworth DUI attorney, Ben Mironer. Have questions? Check out "What To Do After a DUI"
Our client, who had never had a previous car accident was charged with a hit and run in North Hollywood. Through meticulous negotiations, Ben got a civil compromise and got the hit and run case dismissed.
Ben Mironer was able to beat a 1st Ventura DUI charge with a .09 BAC for our client by taking the case to trial, resulting in a hung jury. What a great win for Ventura DUI lawyer, Ben Mironer! Have questions? Check out "What To Do After a DUI"
Our client faced a Ventura DUI with a .08 BAC. Ben Mironer decided to take this case all the way to trial and got the jury dismiss all charges. This was huge in a Ventura County, where DUI cases are extremely difficult to win. Watch the video to learn more about 1st DUIs in Ventura
Our client was charged with a felony DUI with bodily injury in Santa Barbara. With our expertise, we were able to prevent our client from going to jail, instead was only asked to complete 60 days of electronic monitoring. This was a major relief for our client and another win for Santa Barbara DUI attorney, Ben Mironer. Have questions? Check out "What To Do After a DUI"
Our client was facing 3 years in state prison for a felony 4th offense DUI in Ventura. Ben Mironer was able to convince the court to dismiss the 4th DUI charge after providing evidence why the prior should be stricken. The case was refiled as a 3rd offense misdemeanor, significantly lowering the charges. Watch the video to learn more about 4th Offense DUI
A Santa Clarita client was charged with a 2nd DUI with a blood alcohol level of .08. Attorney Ben Mironer was able to get the 23152 DUI charges reduced to a lower charge of wet reckless. He was also able to eliminate the 18 month program altogether. Yet another win for Santa Clarita DUI attorney, Ben Mironer. Have questions? Check out "What To Do After a DUI"
Our client was charged with failing to stop for a red light on camera. Even though these tickets are often tough to win when the driver in the photo is the right person, Mr . Mironer was able to convince the Judge that the photo was too grainy and inconclusive. The Judge decided to dismiss the charges against our client. This prevented a point on his record, and saved him some money on the steep fines. More importantly, no point
Our client was charged for driving on a suspended license from a DUI. He was facing probation violation, 10 days in jail, 3 years of probation, and two more points on his driving record. Ben Mironer was able to work out a deal with the prosecutor to reduce the charges from a misdemeanor to an infraction, for driving without a valid license. This offense did not require any jail or probation, and does not even carry a point for the
Our juvenile client was charged with a Marijuana DUI in Van Nuys. This was a young man who had never been in trouble before. It turns out he's actually an exemplary student at school, and an employee of the month at work. Ben Mironer was able to convince the Judicial referee to give our client a diversion program, that will lead to a dismissal of all charges. Luckily, our client will not get a blemish on his record after
Our client was charged with a 20002(A)(1)VC Hit and Run. Ben Mironer successfully got our client a judicial diversion, DEJ-dismissal, meaning the client needs to do is complete some requirements within a certain allotted timeframe and their case will be Fully Dismissed. No blemish on the client's records. This is a rare outcome for these kinds of cases, but attainable through the Law Office of Ben Mironer.
Our client in Pomona was charged with a first offense DUI. He had recently been honorable discharged after serving close to a decade in the US military. After contacting our office, we immediately worked on getting him treatment. In January, a new statute passed, based on a Senate Bill. The new law was California Penal Code Section 1001.80. This law allows a Judge to give a US veteran an opportunity for treatment, through a diversion program. Once the program is
A US Military veteran was being charged with public intoxication, and resisting a peace officer in Van Nuys. Even though the judge tried to persuade us to take a deal, we refused to take responsibility for something our client did not do. Ben Mironer took the case went to trial, and the jury found our client not guilty of all charges.
The client was being charged with a 1st offense DUI in Ventura County, but Ben Mironer was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss all 23152 charges at trial. Not only were we able to save our clients drivers license on the DMV side, we also took the case to trial.
Our client was charged with a second offense DUI with refusal in Van Nuys. It was also alleged that he was driving on a suspended license due to his prior DUI, and driving without an ignition interlock device (a total of five counts.) Ben Mironer went to trial, and was able to convince the judge to dismiss all the charges for driving on a suspended license. The verdict was "Not Guilty," and all 5 charges were dropped.
Our client was being investigated for a possible domestic violence dispute. Ben Mironer provided the filing prosecutor with additional information, that actually convinced the prosecutor not to file charges against our client.
Even though our client was charged with a first offense DUI, with a traffic collision in the Metro courthouse, we were able to get the charges reduced to an Exhibition of Speed. The client did not have to do an alcohol program and his fine was under $1,000.00.
After being charged with a 4th offense felony DUI in Ventura County, the client was facing serious prison time. After a lot of negotiating and investigation, the Prosecutor agreed to reduce the case to a Misdemeanor 3rd offense DUI, and the client was able to do work release instead jail time.
Our client was charged with 2nd offense DUI in the Santa Clarita Court. The BAC results were twice the legal limit. Ben Mironer argued that the stop was improper, and the judge agreed. All charges were dismissed.
2nd offense DUI with injury and a great bodily injury enhancement, the client was almost three times the legal limit near the time of the collision. The client was facing 6 years in State prison, but we were able to get her rehabilitation immediately which helped the negotiation process. She was sentenced to 60 days of electronic monitoring instead of any jail time.
Ben Mironer represented our client in Feb. 2013, when she was charged with a DUI for a .12% BAC level. Mr. Mironer was able to resolve the case without a trial for a wet reckless, instead of a DUI. In 2015, our client received an excellent job opportunity to progress in her field. However, her probationary status was preventing her from getting that promotion. We were able to convince the Judge in Van Nuys, over the prosecutor's objection, to
Our client was charged with a 1st offense DUI in Ventura County. Even though her PAS result and station result was above a .08%, Ben Mironer was able to win her DMV hearing, so her license was not suspended. In court we went to trial and got a hung jury.
We went to trial on a DUI case in Santa Clarita court where the PAS result, and station result was .10% BAC. However we were able to explain to the jury why our client was not under the influence at the time of driving. The jury could not agree on a verdict, and the case ended in a hung jury.
After a subpoena of the arresting officer and the PAS device coordinator, Attorney Ben Mironer earned a DMV set aside in a .09 BAC DUI case by proving that the client's blood alcohol content was rising and had to be below .08 at the time of driving in Los Angeles County.
Attorney Ben Mironer earned a DMV set aside in a DUI case in Los Angeles County by convincing the client to subpoena the arresting and calibration officers to prove that the chemical tests were reliable. They were unable to do so, and our client was able to keep their driver's license.
The client was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and marijuana in Lancaster. He was also charged with possession of marijuana, and being under the influence of a controlled substance (four misdemeanor counts). His blood alcohol concentration was a .08, and his urine showed the presence of marijuana. Ben Mironer got the prosecutor to dismiss all four charges, and plea bargain for a wet reckless driving. He also got him a set-aside from the DMV by winning the
Our client, in Lancaster, was charged with DUI and refusing to submit to a chemical test. Unfortunately, our client submitted to a PAS test and blew a .13 BAC, but was still charged with refusing the station chemical test. Ben Mironer started the trial and submitted all trial motions. At the last minute we received a final plea bargain offer from a supervising Deputy D.A. for a wet reckless driving, which our client accepted. He received no license suspension from
Ventura DUI attorney Ben Mironer earned a DMV set aside in Ventura County for our client in a BAC .10 first-offense DUI case. Ben argued that the police officer did not have reasonable cause to believe that our client was driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
Ben Mironer successfully won a "Wet Reckless" reduction for a first-offense DUI client with a BAC of .11 in a case with a traffic accident. Additionally, the case was handled without the client ever having to personally appear-- which made a real difference for the client as they now reside in another state.
Attorney Ben Mironer achieved another victory, having the charge reduced to "Wet Reckless" for an 85-year-old first-offense DUI client suffering from dementia with a BAC of .12. The client wanted to avoid jail time at all costs. Our firm achieved that result to our client's (and the client's family's) satisfaction. You can be sure they were glad they hired the Ben Mironer.
Ben Mironer successfully reduced a first-offense DUI charge in Los Angeles County with a BAC of .12 to a "Wet Reckless". The client was extremely happy with the result.
DUI attorney Ben Mironer worked hard and got the case dismissed entirely for a first DUI in Glendale after proving that no one actually witnessed the client driving.