Gross Misdemeanor Interference with a 911 Call, Driving After Cancellation, Domestic Assault, and Disorderly Conduct
Negotiated Plea Agreement – Client pled guilty to Interference with a 911 Call under a Stay of Adjudication, all other charges dismissed.
Our client was charged with Domestic Assault and Interference with a 911 Call following a dispute at his home. Removing himself from the situation, when officers made contact with our Client they also found that he had a canceled license and charged with him with Driving After Cancellation as well as Disorderly Conduct. Naros Law recognized that our Client had been living in a toxic environment, and enabled him to take the necessary steps in his life to improve the situation. The Judge and Prosecutor agreed that our Client deserved an opportunity for a second chance because our Client was not too blame for the incident leading to the arrest. In order to give our Client that second chance, the Court agreed to allow a plea agreement to Interference with a 911 Call while dropping all of the other charges. Additionally, our Client was sentenced under a Stay of Adjudication, meaning that if they completed all aspects of their sentence without incident all charges would be dismissed and a criminal conviction would not remain on their record .