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Aggressive Criminal Justice Attorneys, Successful Verdicts and Proven Results

When your reputation, freedom and livelihood are on the line, it is important that you have an attorney who is an experienced proven advocate that has gotten real and substantial results. The My Rights Law Group has successfully tried numerous cases and negotiated many favorable plea agreements for our clients practicing criminal defense in the Counties of Los Angeles, Orange and The Inland Empire, San Bernardino and Riverside County. We are very proud of the results we have been able to achieve for our clients over the years.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI and unlawful combined influence of alcohol and drugs while driving (VC 23152(B) & (F)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103).


Charges: Client was charged with a felony DUI causing bodily injury (VC 23153 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a felony assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats which will result in death or great bodily injury, use of a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and inflicting corporal injury on a spouse (PC 245(A)(1), PC 422(A)-F, PC 12022(B)(1), PC 236-F, & PC 273.5(A)-F) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get all of the charges dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a felony for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, criminal threats which will result in death or great bodily injury, possession/purchase for sale narcotic/controlled substance and willful cruelty to a child (PC 273.5(A)-F, PC 245(A)(4)-F, PC 422(A)-F, HS11251-F & PC 273A(B)-M) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get our client formal probation.


Charges: Client was charged with a felony for welfare fraud out of the San Bernardino courthouse in addition to two counts of perjury (WI10980(C)(2) & PC118(A)-F). The client was a licensed professional and any conviction on her record would mean her losing her license and ability to support herself and her family. The stakes were very high.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was a minor and was charged out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse with a misdemeanor for having a fake ID and providing false information to a police officer (BP25661(A) & PC148.9(A)).

Results: Our attorneys were able to the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for shoplifting (PC 459) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with two misdemeanor counts for being in possession of a dangerous controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance – paraphernalia and use/under influence of controlled substance (HS11377(A), HS11364 and HS11550(a)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to get our client into a rehab program and get all of the charges dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for use/under influence of controlled substance (HS 11550(A)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (A) & (B)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse. Due to having a commercial license, stakes were high – his career was on the line.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103) and our client was able to get his Class A license back!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse for an assault with a deadly weapon (PC 245 (A)(1)).

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI for being under the influence of a drug (VC 23152(E)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga courthouse.

Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless (VC 23103).


Charges: Client was charged with his second misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse. His BAC was 0.16%.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a)) out of Los Angeles County.

Results: The case was set aside, and the DMV took no action against our client!


Charges: Client was accused of rape (PC 261) and was facing serious charges out of Los Angeles County.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney’s Office, The University Committee Board, Chief of Civil Rights Officer, and Title IX Coordinator, our attorneys were able to shield our client from any criminal charges being filed against him.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor burglary (PC 459) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get this case dismissed!


Charges: Client violated her probation under Prop 36 and was driving without a license (VC 12500) in San Bernardino County.

Results: Our attorneys were able to get her reinstated into Prop 36 with no further penalties and her driving without a license charge was dismissed!


Charges: Client was facing a misdemeanor battery charge (PC 242) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor marijuana DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to bring that charge down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was pulled over for speeding but ended up getting charged with a DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was being charged with a DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to bring the charges down to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was charged with possession of a controlled substance (HS 11377) and for violating a written promise to appear in court (PC 853.7) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charges dismissed! No charges were filed against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a DUI while on DUI probation (VC 23154 (a)), out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: Our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with driving on a suspended license (VC 14601.1) and violating his probation (PC 1203).

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to dismiss the driving on a suspended license charge and got the violation of probation charge reduced to an infraction.


Charges: Our client was charged with three DUI’s (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) all within approximately 10 days of one another and two were in the same county.

Results: After extensive negotiations with the District Attorneys, our attorneys were able to reduce two of those DUI’s to wet reckless charges (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class for both of those cases, was put on probation, and had some fines to pay.


Charges: Client was charged with being drunk in public (PC 647) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to bring the charge down to a disturbing the peace infraction (PC 415)!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for willful cruelty to a child PC 273 (a) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiations, the District Attorney was willing to dismiss the case if our client completed parenting classes. Our client successfully completed the parenting classes and then our attorneys got the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)), and driving on a suspended license (VC 14601) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiations with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the DUI charge to a wet reckless charge (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine. Our attorneys got the driving with a suspended license charge dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being drunk in public (PC 647) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to get the charges down to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend a wet reckless driving class, was put on probation, and had to pay a fine.


Charges: Client was being charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney, our attorneys were able to reduce the charges to a wet reckless (VC 23103). Our client had to attend an alcohol first offender class, was put on probation and had a fine to pay.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for possession of a controlled substance (HS 11350) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: After negotiating with the District Attorney our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) and also for driving without a license (VC 12500) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.17%.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor marijuana DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.26%.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Pomona Courthouse. His BAC was 0.22%.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Riverside Courthouse. Her BAC was 0.11%.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the Riverside Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (e)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

Results: The case was set aside and the DMV took no action against our client.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a) and (b)) out of the San Bernardino Courthouse.

Results: Initially, the DMV ruled against our client and suspended his driving privileges for one year. Our attorneys filed an appeal based on the fact that our client was not properly admonished, as required by law. Our appeal was granted and the matter was set side!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor DUI (VC 23152 (a)) and reckless driving (VC 23103 (a)) out of the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse. His BAC was 0.11%.

Results: Initially, the DMV ruled against our client and suspended his driving privileges for four months. Our attorneys filed an appeal and the matter was set side!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a)) with both alcohol and marijuana involved.

Result: Attorney Bobby Shamuilian was able to get his charges knocked down to a dry reckless with 12 months of informal probation and no classes!


Charges: – Client charged with Misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) V.C. 23152(b) out of Murrieta Riverside.

Result: After filing extensive motions, the District Attorney reduced to a Wet and Reckless (V.C. 23103)


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)).

Result: A Motion to Suppress the Evidence was filed and granted by Judge. It was appealed by the DA, but the decision to suppress the chemical test results was upheld by the Appellate Court. The DA offered to dismiss the D.U.I. and instead, added a third count, a moving violation infraction.


Charges: Client was arrested for felony False Imprisonment (P.C. 236) and charged with Battery (P.C. 242).

Result: After filing various motions, the DA dropped the felony charge and added an amended charge of misdemeanor Disturbing the Peace (P.C. 415(2)), with no jail time, just fees, fines, and summary probation.


Charges: Client was charged with a second time misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)).

Result: A Motion to Suppress the Evidence was filed and the DA offered to dismiss the D.U.I., offering our client an infraction for Possessing an Open Container While Driving (V.C. 123222(A).


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Petty Theft (P.C. M484(A) / 490.5(A)) for taking merchandise from a major national retail store.

Result: After going back and forth with the DA, our attorneys were able to get the charge down to a misdemeanor Trespassing (P.C. M602) with no jail time, just fees, fines and summary probation.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and V.C. 23152(b)). He is a commercial driver and was at risk of losing his commercial driver’s license.

Results: The attorneys were able to show that there was insufficient evidence to convict the client of a D.U.I. A Judgment of Acquittal was filed and granted by the Judge. The DA offered a misdemeanor Reckless Driving charge (V.C. 23103(A)), with no jail time, just fees, fines, summary probation and the client was able to keep his commercial license.


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Battery on Spouse (P.C. M243(E)(1)).

Result: Attorney Kirk Tarman was able to show that there was insufficient evidence to convict our client and he was able to get the charge dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor Corporal Injury on a Spouse (P.C. M273.5(A)).

Result: Case dismissed! Our client attended counselling and was able to move forward with her life and career.


Charges: Client was charged with a first-time misdemeanor D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a)). He sped through a checkpoint and slammed on his brakes. His speech was slurred according to the Officer’s audio recording.

Result: After careful review of the evidence, our attorneys were able to get the case dismissed.


Charges: Client was charged with two felony counts, Rape (P.C. 261(A)(2)) and Oral Copulation by Force/Fear of Bodily Injury (P.C. 288A(C)(2)(A)) after his girlfriend made false allegations against him. He was facing life in prison if convicted.

Result: The attorneys were able to get his charges down to an Assault (P.C. 245(A)(4) and no registration as a sex offender. He was also given credit for time served.


Charges: Client was charged with a felony count for a Lewd Act with a Child (P.C. 288(a)).

Result: Our attorneys took this case to trial and the client was found not guilty on all counts!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for being an Accessory to a Felony (P.C. M32).

Result: Our attorneys were able to get the entire case dismissed!


Charges: Prior to the preliminary hearing, the client was charged with nine felony counts and facing life in prison. Four of those felony counts, including Kidnapping (P.C. 207(A)), Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)) and Attempted Murder (P.C. 664/187(A)), were discharged. The client was held to answer on the five remaining felony counts for Kidnapping (P.C. 207(A)), Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)), Assault with a Deadly Weapon (P.C. 245(A)(1)), Participation in a Criminal Street Gang (P.C. 186.22(A)), and Felon in Possession of a Firearm (P.C. 29800(A)).

Result: Despite facing nine felony counts, the client took a deal for only one felony count, Assault with a Firearm (P.C. 245(A)(2)). The other four felony counts were completely dismissed!


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for Disorderly Conduct (P.C. M647(F)).

Result: In the end, the client was able to walk away with just an infraction for Fighting; Noise; Offensive Words (P.C. 1415).


Charges: Client was charged with a misdemeanor for Grand Theft by Embezzlement (P.C. 487(A)) for taking approximately $18,000 cash from a retail store where she worked.

Result: The client was sentenced to work release, probation and no nights in jail.


Charges: Client retained our office to represent him on his second D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and (b)). While we were defending his case, he picked up a third D.U.I. (V.C. 23152(a) and (b)). In both instances, his blood alcohol content exceeded 0.20.

Result: In the end, the client walked away with no jail time; just fees, fines and summary probation.


Charges: Client was facing three felony counts for Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale (H.S. 11378), Possession of a Controlled Substance while Armed with a Loaded Firearm (H.S. 11370.1(A)) and Using a False Compartment for Storage of a Controlled Substance (H.S. 11366.8(A)).

Result: The attorneys were able to get two of the charges completely dismissed – Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale (H.S. 11378) and Possession of a Controlled Substance while Armed with a Loaded Firearm (H.S. 11370.1(A)). The client took a deal for the transportation charge. He was placed on probation with 90 days of work release.


Charges: The client was a co-defendant in a murder case. He was charged with a felony for being an Accessory After the Fact (P.C. 32).

Result: The client was sentenced to formal probation for one year.

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Testimonials
Bobby Shamuilian was Hands Down the BEST attorney I have ever dealt with. He is an experienced and knowledgeable attorney, who is HONEST and not in it to try and rip you off for the money. His staff is professional and extremely pleasant. I have saved his number in my contacts and will call him if I am EVER in need of an attorney, I would also recommend him to anybody I know, he is an AMAZING attorney.
Annifred F.
An excellent and professional consultation followed by a successful win of my case.
Dan P.
Thank you Kirk. You guys are top notch. Kept me informed on everything that was going on with my case and I didn’t have to show up in court once. Got my case dismissed, now I can move on. I would recommend this law firm to anyone that wants a fair shake.
James
I had a difficult case that I was trying to fight from outside the state it was turned down twice. Once by the DA, and the second time by the judge, they continued to fight for me, and got the results I was looking for. They really do care about their clients and will not stop fighting till they get you the results you want.
Adrian A.
I couldn’t be happier with the service we received. From the very beginning I could tell that these lawyers knew a lot about DUI cases and throughout our court days they went above and beyond to make sure we were prepared for whatever might come our way. They definitely prepare you for the worst but get you the best. They covered every single base and we got an amazing outcome. I would recommend them any day.
Client
I want to thank Bobby, Kirk, and the entire staff. They recalled my warrant and got my case dismissed in no time. They answered my concerns and took me step by step in the process. I didn’t even have to appear in court. They represented me and took care of my case all the way. Thank you!!!
Suriel A.
I would like to thank Mr. Shamuilian and Mr. Tarman for helping me to get a good result for my case. They are very reliable people that kept things very professional. I recommend them strongly, they will help you tremendously. I was very lucky that I had the opportunity to work with such highly skilled people. You won’t regret hiring them, thanks again.
Bachir
Good attorneys are hard to find! Bobby Shamuilian actually represented me with my best interest at heart. He gave it his all and because of that my case is being dismissed today. This firm is most definitely the best one to have if you need a criminal attorney. God forbid I ever need a criminal defense attorney, I would not even consider anyone else to represent me. Absolutely an amazing attorney!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!
Christine
I had the pleasure of working with Kirk, and his office regarding my DUI case. I was originally charged with 2 felony counts (vehicle codes 23153A & 23153B). Kirk’s office was very professional and was able to negotiate with the District Attorney get my conviction reduced to a 1 count misdemeanor. Throughout the whole ordeal of two court dates, he and staff was available for any of my questions and concerns.
Tobias
Everyone in the office was helpful and professional. There was never a time when I thought they weren’t going to be there when we needed them. Their reputation and professionalism was the primary factor for using this law firm. Boy, were we impressed with all of the work they put into our case. Thank you to everyone in the office for always making us feel like we were your only clients!
Neckole S.
I found myself facing a DUI and scared to death. From the very start of the initial consultation, Attorneys Kirk Tarman and Bobby Shamuilian put me at ease. They handled my DMV Hearing and the court proceeding and truly fought for me. They were always attentive to my phone calls and emails, keeping me informed. They were able to get me a reduced charged so that I do not have a DUI on my record. I am so thankful to have retained them for my case.
Blaine
Got my case dropped from a felony to 2 misdemeanors to having everything dismissed. Justice has been served, nothing more I could ask for! Many thanks Patty, Kirk and Bobby!
Rod R.