The following results are based upon the favorable outcome in individual cases. Favorable outcomes include success at trial or obtaining a winning outcome through negotiation or dismissal of charges.
FEDERAL CRIMINAL CASES
CASINO MARKER CASES
VIOLENT CRIME CASES
SEX CRIMES CASES
WHITE COLLAR CRIME CASES
DRUG CRIME CASES
CASINO FRAUD CASES
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES
State of Nevada v. A.C.
On Monday, September 26, 2011, Mr. Grasso favorably resolved another case. The client was charged with 5 felony counts including Burglary, Forgery, and Identity Theft. Following lengthy negotiations with prosecutors, Mr. Grasso was able to obtain the dismissal of all felony counts in exchange for the client's plea of no contest to one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct and the payment of a small fine.
State of Nevada v. R.D.
On Tuesday, September 27, 2011, Mr. Grasso achieved another amazing result. The client was charged with 22 felony drug counts. Following over a year of back and forth negotiations with prosecutors, Mr. Grasso was able to obtain the dismissal of all felony counts in exchange for the client's plea of no contest to two misdemeanor counts, with the client being sentenced to community service.
State of Nevada vs. A.C. Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Larceny, Burglary, and Grand Larceny.
Following appearance at the preliminary hearing, all charges were dismissed and the case was closed. View Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Gabriel L. Grasso's additional success stories of 2012.
State v. E.D. 11-5-12
The defendant was charged with two separate cases of felony domestic violence. After months of work with Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Gabriel L. Grasso on the client's behalf, both cases were dismissed.
United States of America vs. A.C. Federal Charges of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon
Additional possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute and Use or Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Offense.
Client was facing an Armed Career Criminal sentence of 35 years to life in federal prison. Following the filing of a motion by Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Gabriel L. Grasso to suppress all evidence seized by police on the basis a Fourth Amendment violation and after a full year of litigation against the United States Attorney on the issue, the Federal District Judge agreed with Mr. Grasso and suppressed all evidence in the case, resulting in the dismissal of all charges.