Case Results

Mark Wieczorek has taken over 100 cases to court, including multiple federal courts across the country. Our success in handling criminal defense cases comes from uncompromising principles directed at the investigation and understanding of the facts. We analyze all legal options and identify all potential outcomes before formulating a strategic defense plan that we aggressively and effectively execute on behalf of our clients. We believe our unparalleled client service is evident in our clients’ results:

CHARGE:

19 year old charged with felony of the 2nd degree burglary & felony of the 5th degree receiving stolen property.

RESULT:

Offer to plea to the burglary as a felony of the 3rd degree. After 2 day jury trial, the returned a not guilty verdict on those charges.

CHARGE:

Juvenile charged with sexual imposition and facing mandatory sexual predator registration if adjudicated.

RESULT:

No offer other than to plea as charged. Case tried, client found not guilty of sexual imposition or any lesser included offense.

CHARGE:

Client was charged with a felony of the 5th degree domestic violence due to having a prior domestic violence conviction.

RESULT:

Client was facing 6-12 months in jail. Case was reduced to a misdemeanor and the client served no jail time.

CHARGE:

Client was charged with a felony of the 5th degree domestic violence due to having a prior domestic violence conviction.

RESULT:

Client was facing 6-12 months in jail. Case was reduced to a misdemeanor and the client served no jail time.

CHARGE:

2nd OVI refusal with prior OVI conviction within last 6 years.

RESULT:

Facing min. mandatory 20 days in jail, up to a 5 year driver’s license suspension, red letter party plates, ignition interlock and immobilization of the vehicle for 90 days. Charged reduced to a 1st lifetime OVI with the sentence carrying no jail and only a 6 mo. license suspension.

CHARGE:

Client indicted on 9 charges of deception to obtain illegal drugs, possession of illegal drugs and trafficking.

RESULT:

Client facing over 8 years in jail. While jury trial in progress, negotiated a dismissal of all 9 counts in exchange to a plea on one count of misdemeanor theft. The sentence of the court included no days in jail.

CHARGE:

Client charged with DV, Misdemeanor of the 1st with up to 6 months in jail and, if convicted, can be used as an enhancement if charged with the crime again.

RESULT:

Charged reduced to a minor misdemeanor disorderly conduct, no jail, no probation with just a fine and court costs.

CHARGE:

1st lifetime OVI with a .207 test, minimum mandatory sentence of 6 days up to 6 months.

RESULT:

Pled to a reduced OVI charge (impaired) and received the driver’s intervention program in lieu of jail. Driving privileges granted.

CHARGE:

Felony Charge of Improper Handling Firearm in Vehicle

RESULT:

The charge was reduced to a misdemeanor and the gun was destroyed.

CHARGE:

Speeding, Possession of Marijuana & Drug Paraphernalia

RESULT:

The drug charges carried with it a mandatory, statutory, driver’s license suspension. Drug possession charge dismissed and the paraphernalia charge was amended to reflect a disorderly conduct, minor misdemeanor. Pled to speeding, paid a fine and no driver’s license suspension was ordered.

CHARGE:

UD Student Charged With Alleged Rape

RESULT:

Client was a student being investigated for an alleged rape on campus. By working with officers and implementing effective client control, no charges were filed. Investigation closed.

CHARGE:

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

RESULT:

Client charged with possession of drug paraphernalia which carried with it a mandatory driver’s license suspension. Charge reduced to disorderly conduct, no jail ordered and no driver’s license imposed.

CHARGE:

OVI and Aggravated Vehicular Assault with Police Offer.

RESULT:

OVI dismissed, aggravated enhancement dismissed and pled to vehicular assault, a felony of the 4th degree. Client was convicted of a prior felony and thus House Bill 86 becomes discretionary as it relates to a presumption of probation. However, after hearing all the mitigating factors and documentation offered up by counsel, the court ordered probation and no jail.

CHARGE:

Client was charged with a felony of the 4th degree burglary.

RESULT:

After lengthy plea negotiations and a thorough assessment of the evidence, charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. No jail time was imposed and client avoided a potential felony conviction.

CHARGE:

Client was charged with a 2nd lifetime OVI after being stopped for speeding.

RESULT:

With no plea deal being offered other than to plea to the OVI offense, the case was set for a bench trial. Upon conclusion of the State’s case in chief, and subsequent for a Rule 29 dismissal, the Court found the client not guilty.

CHARGE:

Client charged with OVI after being stopped for a marked lanes violation.

RESULT:

Client had performed the field sobriety tests, but ultimately refused the breath test. Charge was reduced to a reckless operation and no jail time imposed.

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