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Multiple defendants each facing 7 years charged with smuggling prescription drugs into California from Mexico our client was the only defendant who received NO JAIL TIME!
Client facing 5 years for possession of deadly weapon we negotiated a plea for NO JAIL TIME!
Client facing 3 life terms for multiple felony counts of Child Molestation and Sodomy with child we proved the charges were fabricated by victims mother DISMISSAL of all charges at preliminary hearing!
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Client's estranged girlfriend alleged Client broke into her room and choked her facing 14 years in State Prison we won at trial JURY ACQUITTAL.
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Client allegedly sold rock cocaine to undercover officer faced 10 years following our argument client received NO JAIL TIME!
Client facing 15 years for Armed Robbery we proved misidentification Judge DISMISSED the case!
The LAPD says they are now using a new tool to help them lower the crime rate. What the LAPD is calling “predictive policing” is a technique were the police use a computer that takes data from all types of crime in a specific area.
Computer algorithms take this data and maps out 500 square foot areas where certain crimes are more likely to happen. With this information cops who are patrolling will be able to pay more attention to this 500 square foot areas.
The LAPD’s Foothill division had a crime free day on February 13th of this year. They attribute this day to the techniques mentioned above. The Foothill division covers an area of 50 square miles, making a day without crime possible is no easy feat.
In attempts to keep the possibility of profiling the information this computer does not tell the police anything about race, gender or any individual person, according to Chief Mark Yokoyama of the Alhambra Police Department.
Instead the computer looks at the current date, as well as time and location to predict crimes. With this technology the LAPD has already seen a reduction in crime rates over the last few years. How this “predictive policing” may evolve is not yet know, but it looks like the impact it is having on crime is already visible.