Madson Castello was able to get the client into a diversion program. Successful completion of the program allows the client to have this case removed from all data bases, both public and law enforcement.
Madson Castello obtained a memo agreement and filed paperwork for high school-aged client to have all record of the arrest removed prior to college.
While on probation for Burglary of a Habitation, the client was charged with another offense with a punishment range of 15 years-life. Madson Castello pled the case to a lesser-included charge for seven years.
Madson Castello lowered the client’s bond, then presented a letter with his defense to the Grand Jury. These efforts resulted in a “no bill,” which means the Grand Jury did not proceed with the case.
Madson Castello enhanced the surveillance video to show the 19-year-old client was not carrying a gun in the incident. The DA dismissed the case.
Madson Castello showed that a link to their client in the criminal transaction was slim to none. Punishment range of 25 years-to-life was reduced to 180 days in jail.
Madson Castello negotiated up-front drug testing and community service for a Class C ticket.
Madson Castello used Facebook Live video of the alleged victim to show the Grand Jury that the client acted in self- defense. The Grand Jury decided not to proceed with the case.
Madson Castelllo used phone records and another robbery with the same MO to show that client was not guilty. The DA dismissed the case.
Madson Castello used side-by-side imagery from the body camera and still photos to show the client was misidentified. Case was dismissed.