PRIOR CASE RESULTS
The Law Office of Kanoff & Mayerhofer handles hundreds of cases each year. Below is an abbreviated list of cases the Law Office of Stuart Kanoff has recently handled.
Please be advised prior results, as described in this website, do not guarantee a similar outcome.
October 2011: Our client was charged with Driving While Intoxicated for refusing a breath test. Our office successfully took our clients case to trial. After a jury trial, the jury returned a not guilty verdict for driving while intoxicated. The Jury returned a verdict for driving while impaired, saving our client a criminal conviction.
October 2012: Our client was charged with numerous counts of Driving While Intoxicated, as well as possession of a controlled substance. We successfully negotiated a plea where the possession of a controlled substance was reduced to a disorderly conduct charge and our client avoided any jail time.
January 2013: Our client was charged with driving while intoxicated, as well as leaving the scene of an accident. Our office successfully negotiated a plea bargain where our client pled guilty to two violations, avoiding any criminal record, and any probation and jail.
October 2011: Our client was charged with numerous violations of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law, including a five-point reckless driving ticket, which is an unclassified misdemeanor. Our client’s livelihood was at stake, as our client possessed a class “A” license and drove a taxi for a living. Our office filed a motion to dismiss all of our client’s tickets based on defects in the supporting depositions. The Judge granted our motion to dismiss all of our client’s tickets. Our client paid no fines and no points were assessed on his driver’s license.
August 2012: Our client was charged with petit larceny for stealing approximately $300 worth of goods. Our office filed a motion asking the Judge to dismiss our client’s case based on the fact we felt the supporting deposition was insufficient. The Judge granted our motion and all charges were dismissed against our client.
August 2011: Our client was charged with an A misdemeanor petit larceny for allegedly stealing funds from his employer. Our client was also on probation for a prior conviction at that time. Our office successfully negotiated a non-criminal conviction which allowed our client to plead guilty to a violation, successfully avoiding a violation of his probation.
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