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    • 2nd Degree Felony Domestic Assault Dismissal

      Court: Rockville Superior Court

      The client was charged with felony domestic assault in the 2 nd degree after police responded to a disturbance and located over 40 firearms. Over the objection of the prosecutor and the alleged victim, Attorney Sills convinced the Judge to allow the client to enter a diversionary program that eventually led to all charges be dismissed.

    • 38 Felony Charges and 12 Misdemeanor Charges Pending Dismissal

      Court: Bridgeport Superior Court

      The client was charged 38 felony charges and 12 misdemeanor charges. The charges ranged from Larceny, Conspiracy, Fraudulent use of an ATM, Credit Card Theft, Identity Theft, and Forgery. Attorney Sills negotiated a disposition whereby the prosecutor did not object to Accelerated Rehabilitation (“AR”). The Judge found there was “good cause” to grant AR which, if completed successfully, will lead to all 50 charges being dismissed.

    • 3rd Felony DUI Reduced Charge

      Court: New London Superior Court

      The client was charged with 3rd offender Felony DUI and faced a minimum sentence of one year if convicted. The client advised he would lose his job and professional license if convicted of a felony and sentenced to jail. Therefore, the client elected to go to trial rather than accept the prosecutor's offer to plead to a 2nd offense DUI. After Attorney Sills had selected a jury and was about to start trial, the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge to a 1st offense Misdemeanor DUI with no jail, which met all of the client's requirements for accepting an offer.

    • 3rd Felony DUI Not Guilty

      Court: New London Superior Court

      A client faced 3rd offender felony DUI charges after a car accident. The prosecutor agreed to treat the client as a second offender and offered 120 days in jail. Client refused this offer and elected to go to trial. After trial, the client was determined not guilty.

    • 3rd Offender DUI DUI Nolled, License Restored

      Court: New Britain Superior Court

      The client had two prior convictions for DUI. He was facing a minimum mandatory 1 year in jail, a minimum mandatory $2,000.00 fine, and lifetime suspension if convicted. Attorney Sills convinced the DMV that the police officer lacked probable cause to arrest. The Prosecutor offered to reduce the charge to first offense DUI with a 30 day jail sentence. However, the DMV would still suspend the client’s license indefinitely. The client refused the prosecutor’s offer and elected to go to trial. When the case was called in for trial, the prosecutor decided to nolle the case.

    • 3rd Offender DUI DUI Nolled, License Restored

      Court: Hartford Superior Court

      The client had two prior convictions for DUI. He was facing a minimum mandatory 1 year in jail, a minimum mandatory $2,000.00 fine, and lifetime suspension if convicted. Attorney Sills convinced the DMV that the police officer lacked probable cause to arrest. He then showed the prosecutor video evidence which he argued would prevent the state from obtaining a conviction for DUI beyond a reasonable doubt.

    • 5th Felony DUI Not Guilty

      Court: Danielson Superior Court

      A client with five prior DUI convictions faced felony DUI and up to 3 years in jail if convicted. Our client elected to go to trial after the Prosecutor would not offer anything less than 8 months in jail to resolve the case.

    • Burglary And Larceny Charges Dismissed

      Court: Danielson Superior Court

      Client faces Burglary and Larceny Charges after Entering Another’s Home while Intoxicated. Early on in the case, the prosecutors talked about potentially charging client with Home Invasion, a Class A Felony. They later relented and agreed not to object to Accelerated Rehabilitation even though the client was still charged with a Class C Felony. The Judge agreed that there was “Good Cause” to allow client Accelerated Rehabilitation.

    • Convicted Drug Dealer Faces New Charges No Jail Time

      Court: Waterbury Superior Court

      Client was found in possession of 78 bags of heroin and charged with Possession with Intent to Sell. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC convinced the prosecutor to reduce the charge to Simple Possession and have client evaluated for an alternative incarceration plan.

    • Convicted Felony DUI Faces New Charges Not Guilty

      Court: Rockville Superior Court

      Client with a prior conviction for assault with a motor vehicle faces new Felony DUI charges. Client had been offered 18 months jail on a plea bargain. Tomeo Sills, LLC took the case over from another attorney as it was set to go to trial. We were able to obtain a not guilty verdict after trial.

    • DUI Not Guilty

      Court: New Britain Superior Court

      Client arrested for DUI was under .08%, but had prescribed medications in his system. The Prosecutor wanted the Client to take the Alcohol Education Program. The client, adamant that he was not under the influence, refused and elected to go to trial.

    • DUI Dismissed

      Court: New Britain Superior Court

      A School Bus driver faced a 5-year driving Ban after DUI arrest. The client submitted to two breathalyzer tests, both of which were more than twice the legal limit of .08%. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC challenged the accuracy of the breath machine at an Administrative Per Se Hearing at the DMV. The Hearing Officer agreed with the issued raised by the attorneys.

    • DUI Charges Nolled

      Court: Manchester Superior Court

      The client admitted being drunk on video, but was adamant that he wanted his attorney present during questions. The police officer ignored this request and continued to interrogate the client. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC challenged these Miranda Violations. The prosecutor agreed and elected to drop the case. The Judge lectured the client that he was only getting off because of a “technicality” discover by his lawyers.

    • DUI And Drug Charges Charges Nolled

      Court: Middletown Superior Court

      The client was arrested for DUI and Possession of Marijuana after police investigated a suspicious motor vehicle complaint. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC challenged the legality of stop and subsequent search and seizure. The prosecutor agreed that the stop was illegal and that all evidence obtained thereafter should be suppressed. Resulted in no license suspension and nolle of all DUI and criminal charges.

    • DUI And Felony Accident Dismissed

      Court: Danielson

      Client Charged with DUI and Felony Risk of Injury to a Minor after Accident with Children in Car. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC challenged the legality of the Refusal of Breath Testing and prevailed at the DMV. The attorneys then convinced the prosecutor to Nolle the Risk of Injury Charges if the client successfully complete the Alcohol Education Program. Resulted in No license suspension, dismissal of DUI, and nolle of risk of injury.

    • DUI with Accident Pending Dismissal and No License Suspension

      Court: Bristol Superior Court

      The client was involved in an accident and charged with DUI. In addition, the client had a prior DUI arrest in another state. Attorney Sills was convinced the Judge to allow the client to enter a diversionary program that, if completed, will result in all charges being dismissed. In addition, the attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC were able to convince the DMV commissioner that there insufficient evidence to warrant a license suspension.

    • Evading Responsibility Reduced to an Infraction

      Court: Hartford Superior Court

      The client was charged with evading responsibility after allegedly leaving the scene of a multiple car accident. Attorney Sills negotiated a plea agreement for the charge to be reduced to an infraction and a small fine that left the client with no record.

    • Felony 2nd Degree Larceny Reduced from Felony to Misdemeanor with no Jail

      Court: Middletown Superior Court

      The client was charged with felony larceny in the 2nd degree after allegedly stealing more than $10,000.00 worth of merchandise from a retail store. She faced up to 10 years in jail if convicted. Attorney Sills negotiated a plea agreement for the charged to be reduced to misdemeanor larceny in the 4th degree with no jail and probation.

    • Felony 2nd Offense DUI Reduced to Misdemeanor DUI with no Jail

      Court: Waterbury Superior Court

      The client was facing felony second offense DUI and a mandatory minimum 120 days in jail. Attorney Sills negotiated a plea agreement for the charge to be reduced to misdemeanor 1st offense DUI no jail and probation.

    • Felony Drug and Weapons Charges Dismissed.

      Court: Waterbury Superior Court

      The client was charged with felony drug and weapons charges after a motor vehicle stop. Attorney Sills was able convince the prosecutor that the police officer did not have the right to stop and detain the client. She then was allowed to perform community service in exchange for the charges being dismissed.

    • Felony Drug Charges Dismissed

      Court: Waterbury Superior Court

      The client was facing numerous felony drug charges and motor vehicle charges. Attorney Sills was able to resolve the case with all charges being dismissed

    • Multiple Offender DUI Misdemeanor 1st Offense DUI with no Jail

      Court: Hartford Superior Court

      Brief Description: The client had at least three prior convictions for DUI. The convictions were all from another state however. Attorney Sills was able to negotiate a plea agreement for misdemeanor 1 st offense DUI no jail and probation.

    • Possession of Narcotics Charges Nolled

      Court: Waterbury Superior Court

      The client was arrested for possession with intent to sell after a motor vehicle stop. All occupants of the car were charged. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC were able to convince the prosecutors that the client did not have actual or construction possession of the drugs.Resulted in nolle on the drug charges and no probation violation.

    • Sexual Abuse Dismissed

      Court: New Britain Superior Court

      A client faced 20 years in jail on Class B Felony sexual abuse charges. The attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC were able to contradict the alleged victim’s statement and expose holes in the prosecution’s case.

    • Violation of Probation Reduced Sentence

      Court: New London Superior Court

      The client was charged with violating probation and faced 4 years in jail. Initially, the client was represented by another attorney and the prosecutor offered 18 month jail if she admitted the violation of probation. The client then hired Attorney Sills to defender her in a violation of probation hearing. Although the Judge did find her in violation of probation, the Judge sentenced her to only 60 days jail and terminated her probation. The prosecutor had asked for the maximum 4 years.

      Result: 16 months less Jail than offered before hiring Attorney Sills & 46 months less Jail than sought by the Prosecutor at Sentencing