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1880 Century Park East, Suite 716
Los Angeles, CA 90067
P: 310.286.7262
F: 310.341.0815

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15303 Ventura Blvd. Suite 900
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
P: 818.783.6700

The following is a small sample of some of our recent successes. To maintain client privacy only initials are used.
People v. J.T.: Client was charged with first degree murder with special circumstances, and faced life without possibility of parole. The Client was acquitted of the murder charges in a jury trial.
United States v. J.W.: Client faced charged of income tax evasion in excess of $150,000 and faced over 7 years in federal prison. The Client received probation and was not incarcerated for even one day.
Matter of S.B.: Client stabbed her husband with a knife, causing internal bleeding. Mr. Salerno convinced the D.A.'s Office to file no charges.
People v. Dr. M.B.: Client, a pediatrician, was charged with her second DUI and faced a mandatory minimum of 4 days in jail and a mandatory one year driver's license suspension. Charges were reduced to reckless driving and client got no jail time and had no license suspension.
People v. M.S.: Client charged with bank fraud and taking $15,000, and was caught in the act of attempting to take a further $50,000. The client received 20 hours of community service and an agreement to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.
People v. A.G.: Client accused of molesting two young girls, one of whom was the daughter of a prominent professional athlete. Charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.
People v. Dr. T.Y.: Client, a cardiac surgeon, was charged with refusing an alcohol test after colliding with several parked cars, and faced a mandatory one year license suspension. Dr. T.Y. had his DMV action set aside.
United States v. H.B.: Client was charged with embezzling over $60,000 from the government, and prosecution sought state prison time. Client received house arrest.
Matter of J.P.: Client was accused of pushing down his fiance during a domestic violence incident and severing off her ear almost completely. Mr. Salerno convinced prosecutor to file no charges.
Matter of C.G.: Client was accused of exposing himself to a couple and their two daughters. Mr. Salerno convinced prosecutor to file no charges.
People v. S.G.: Client pushed down another woman onto the pavement, resulting in a severe arm fracture. Prosecution wanted six months of jail. Mr. Salerno convinced the prosecution to dismiss the case.
Matter of A.D.: Client was accused of beating and dragging his girlfriend. Mr. Salerno convinced prosecutor to file no charges.
People v. J.A.: Client was facing 3rd DUI and mandatory minimum 4 month jail sentence. Client received house arrest.
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