San Mateo DUI, Criminal Defense Lawyer
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San Mateo DUI, Criminal Defense Lawyer
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 Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you need the help of a San Mateo County Criminal Defense Lawyer call Ross Green. In short, not all Redwood City criminal law attorneys have the expertise of Ross Green. In short, he is a former Deputy District Attorney who will fight for you.  Only a successful and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer San Mateo can fight against charges of domestic violence, shoplifting, traffic violations, burglary, drunk driving, and other criminal defenses.

The Law Offices of Ross Green cares about each and every one of its clients. Dedicated to asserting every possible defense, Ross has a record of success.

Ross Green has an advantage over other attorneys who do not have a similar background.  Ultimately, Ross Green’s experience could help you avoid jail time and expensive fines.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Redwood City, San Francisco and San Mateo County California

Simple Misdemeanor, DUI, DWI, Assault, Domestic Violence, Petty Theft and Shoplifting, Drugs, Child Abuse, White Collar Crime, and More

Should fighting your case at trial not be the best option, Ross will work towards an alternative sentence. For example, community service, rehabilitation, counseling, electronic home monitoring or work furlough are possible.

As a highly respected criminal justice attorney, Ross Green has successfully helped clients throughout San Mateo County California, Redwood City and San Jose fight criminal offense charges. If you need help, contact Criminal Defense Attorney Ross Green. He gets the job done!

In summary, DUI attorney Redwood City CA, Ross Green can help with your legal needs.

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Recent Successes

Sexual Assault – Trial Win (2019)

Felony Grand Theft – Reduced to a Misdemeanor (2019)

Contempt of Court – Dismissed Interest of Justice (2019)

Vandalism – Reduced to Infraction (2019)

Felony Burglary – Trial Win (2018)

Possession of Drugs – Pre Plea Diversion (2018)

Probation Violation – Dismissal in Interest of Justice (2018)

Vandalism – Dismissed Civil Compromise Granted (2018)

Felony Vehicle Theft – Reduced to a Misdemeanor (2018)

DUI – Reduced to Wet Reckless (2017)

Drug Possession – Dismissed for Illegal Search and Seizure (2017)

Felony DUI– Dismissed First Day of Trial for Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Criminal Threats – Dismissed After Court Granted Factual Innocence Motion (2017)

Domestic Violence Charge – Vacated Plea to Obtain Immigration Relief (2017)

Indecent Exposure- Trial Victory (2015)

DUI – Dismissed due to Illegal Traffic Stop (2015)

Domestic Battery – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Possession of Methamphetamines – Dismissed Second Day of Trial (2015)

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Veteran’s Diversion (2015)

Possession of Burglary Tool – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2019)

Domestic Violence – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2019)

Exhibition of Speed – Reduced to an Infraction (2018)

Under the Influence – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Felony Possession of a Stolen Vehicle – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Embezzlement – Dismissed Civil Compromise Granted (2018)

Felony Domestic Violence – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Felony Possession of Controlled Substance – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Felony Evading – Dismissed for Illegal Search and Seizure (2017)

Perjury – Dismissed at Preliminary Hearing for Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Driving with Suspended License – Dismissed for Illegal Search and Seizure (2017)

Petty Theft – Dismissed after Court Granted Factual Innocence Motion (2017)

Motion to Vacate Conviction – Granted (2015)

Hit and Run – Dismissed for Speedy Trial Violation (2015)

Petty Theft – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Hit and Run- Case Dismissed First Day of Trial (2015)

Possession of Drugs – Case Dismissed after Evidence Suppressed (2015)

Resisting Arrest – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Felony Assault with a Stun Gun – Reduced to a Misdemeanor (2019)

Felony Vehicle Theft – Dismissed Interest of Justice (2019)

Resisting Arrest – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Felony Assault with a Deadly Weapon – Reduced to a Misdemeanor (2018)

Residential Burglary – Reduced to a Non-Strike Offense (2018)

Hit and Run – Dismissed Civil Compromise Granted (2018)

Possession of Controlled Substance – Dismissed Factual Innocence (2018)

DUI – Expungement Granted (2018)

Felony Indecent Exposure – Dismissed for Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Felony Drug Sales – Reduced to Misdemeanor Drug Possession (2017)

Drunk In Public – Dismissed Second Day of Trial (2017)

Felony Identity Theft – Reduced to Misdemeanor (2017)

Felony Weapon Possession – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Red Light Traffic Ticket – Case Dismissed for Unclear Picture (2015)

Illegal U-Turn- Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Indecent Exposure – Trial Victory (2015)

Felony and Misdemeanor Expungements – All Granted (2015)

Possession of Loaded Weapon – Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Attempted Murder – Reduced to Assault, Credit for Time Served (2019)

Driving Under the Influence – Dismissed Insufficiency of the evidence (2019)

Driving Under the Influence – Dismissed Suppression Motion Granted (2018)

Hit and Run – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2018)

Felony Evading the Police – Reduced to a Misdemeanor (2018)

False imprisonment – Expungement Granted (2018)

Felony Residential Burglary – Dismissal for Failure to Prove Identity (2018)

Driving on a Suspended License – Reduced to an Infraction (2018)

Petty Theft – Expungement Granted (2017)

Possession of Drugs – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Resisting Arrest – Reduced to Disturbing the Peace (2017)

Battery – Dismissed Insufficiency of the Evidence (2017)

Felony Assault on a Police Office – Reduced to Misdemeanor Accessory after the Fact

Probation Violation – Withdrawn (2015)

Battery – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

Possession of Drugs- Case Dismissed after Evidence Suppressed (2015)

Harassing Phone Calls – Case Dismissed on First Day of Trail (2015)

Disturbing the Peace – Case Dismissed in the Interest of Justice (2015)

San Mateo County California
Criminal Defense Attorney, Ross Green

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Ross Green
Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Law Offices of Ross Green
702 Marshall Street, Suite 300
Redwood City, CA 94063
Tel: 650.780.0707
Email: info@rossgreenlaw.com
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