Notable Miami Criminal Cases Of Attorney Yoel Molina
Read what clients say about Mr. Molina services.
Client R.G., after all of his charges were dismissed “Thank you! Because of you I have my life back!”
Client D.R., after sex related charges were dismissed, “I owe you my life.”
Client B.F., after his trafficking charges were dismissed. “You saved my life.”
Client R.L., who came to see Mr. Molina after he took a plea on a case handled by another attorney which led to his deportation proceedings, said in a voice hoarse with tears “I love you, you saved my life”, after Mr. Molina reopened the case and had the charges dismissed.
Client M.D. “You have never failed our family.”
L.Q.: Charged with Federal Fraud Charges.
Bottom of the Guidelines was 44 months in prison. After arguments client sentenced to probation.
SG: Charged with destruction of evidence order to first time offender program.
RQ: Client ordered to house arrest on non-bondable offense in Broward County.
JG: With his previous attorney client JG faced a sentence that included 2 years in prison on a “burglary battery” charge because the prior attorney could not negotiate anything other than that. Upon hiring Yoel Molina and further negotiations DC’s case was resolved to a probation sentence.
JR: With her previous attorney client JR faced a sentence that included time in jail because the prior attorney could not negotiate anything other than that. Upon hiring Yoel Molina and further negotiations JR’s case was resolved without a jail sentence.
DC: With his previous attorney client DC faced a sentence that included time in jail because the prior attorney could not negotiate anything other than that. Upon hiring Yoel Molina and further negotiations DC’s case was resolved without a jail sentence.
SB: Client charged with Fleeing and Eluding. After motions and arguments client order to credit time served.
Client D.M.: charged with aggravated battery. Case was taken to trial where she was found not-guilty.
Client D.R.: Charged with sex assault on a minor. After full investigation and filed motions the case was dismissed.
Client B.F: Charged with operating marijuana grow house out of his garage and was facing a mandatory 3 years in prison. Charges dismissed after motion to suppress filed
Client Y.G.: Charged with operating a marijuana grow house and was facing a mandatory 3 years in prison. The cased is dismissed after a sworn motion to dismiss is filed.
Client H. L. Charged with trafficking in cocaine which violated his probation. Client was facing 30 years in prison with a 15 year mandatory minimum sentence after a kilo of cocaine was found under the defendant’s bed mattress in his one person studio/efficiency where he resided alone. Despite all of this the Mr. Molina was able to convince the government, after he filed a motion to suppress evidence, to offer his client only 4 years in prison.
Client T.M.: Defendant is charged with carjacking and faces life in jail with a 10 year mandatory prison sentence. The client was caught “red-handed” as the crime was allegedly witnessed from start to finish by a retired police officer. The state agreed to waive the mandatory prison time and offered 6 years in prison after Mr. Molina files a motion to dismiss.
Client A.G: Defendant is charged with trafficking in marijuana for operating a marijuana grow house. Case is dismissed after a motion to dismiss is filed.
Client R S.: Defendant is charged with insurance fraud and grand theft after allegedly staging a car accident. All 7 charges were dismissed after we filed a motion to dismiss.
Client D .W.: Client is charged with grand theft after being found near a recently stolen vehicle. Investigation led by Mr. Molina leads to a discovery of a surveillance tape that caught the theft on tape. The client was not on the tape. Case dismissed.
Client A.M.: Client charged with assault after using pepper spray in self-defense. Case dismissed after negotiations.
Client R.S.: Officer arrests teen in house for allegedly disturbing the peace in house before he arrived. Case dismissed after motion for lack of sufficient evidence made (probable cause)
Client: Client charged with sexual assault and burglary. Charges reduced after trial to simple battery.
Client J.H.: Client charged with committing a battery on several Coast Guard officers. The case was dismissed after motions were filed.
Client J.H.: Client faced deportation for previously disposed of robbery charged handled by another attorney. Motion to reopen the case was granted and the case was dismissed. Deportation terminated.
Client: Client faced deportation for previously disposed of burglary handled by previous attorney motion filed to reopen case was granted. Charges dismissed and the deportation was dismissed
Client: had tremendous difficulty in locating employment after taking a plea in a case handled by another attorney to theft and drug charges. Motion to reopen granted. Charges dismissed. Client was able to find employment.
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