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Archives for: July 30th, 2019

CLIENT CHARGED WITH:

Client charged with stealing more than $60,000 from an employer where Client worked as an accountant. Client confessed to stealing the money and was charged with a felony where he faced 3-7 years in prison. Mr. Weisberg was able to negotiate a plea where no conviction was entered, client served no jail time, did not have to pay any money back and will be eligible to have his record expunged after a brief period of time.

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As the client left the bar, he allegedly stole an expensive piece of electronic equipment from the bar. He was immediately apprehended and confessed to the crime. Mr. Weisberg was able to get the client into a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed. The client was not convicted and paid no fine or court costs. The client is now eligible to have his record expunged.

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