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Ft. Lauderdale Office
1132 SE Third Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Miami Office
701 Brickell Avenue
Suite #1550
Miami, FL 33131

Boca Raton Office
2385 NW Executive Center Drive
Suite 100
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Broward:954-524-9990
Palm Beach:561-962-3531
Miami:954-524-9990

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OUR DISMISSALS


BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE ACTUAL CASES OUR FIRM HAS SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDED AT TRIAL!

STATE V. H.A. (AGGRAVATED BATTERY WITH A DEADLY WEAPON)

The Defendant in this case was charged with Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon. He was accused of hitting a co-worker in the head with a 12" steel wrench and punching him in the face several times. The victim sustained a large gash on his head and bruising on his face. He was taken to the emergency room for treatment. Our client is an expert at martial arts and the victim was overweight and helpless.

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STATE V. M.S. (AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON)

The Defendant in this case was charged with two counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon - a shotgun. He was accused of pulling a shotgun on two delivery men at his house for no reason other than the fact that he was upset that they would not install a dishwasher. He was also accused of threatening to "blow their heads off."

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STATE V. R.S. (ARMED ROBBERY)

The Defendant was charged with Armed Robbery. He was accused of robbing a waitress behind a local PF Chang's restaurant at gunpoint and taking her money. He was identified by the victim as the person who robbed her after the police did a "dog track" back to his house where he was found sleeping on the couch.

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STATE V. S.S. (DUI)

The client was a young man (21 years of age) charged with DUI. At trial, the officer testified that the client was stopped for almost striking a truck on I-95 and then speeding away. The officer further testified that our client could barely stand up, was swaying, had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The officer told the jury that our client could not find his license and that he fumbled through his wallet. After a series of roadside exercises which were videotaped, the officer arrested our client and took him to jail. The client refused the breath test.

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STATE V. M.R.  (BATTERY)

The client was charged with battery.  The client was a professional businessman who had just purchased an expensive new car. He parked his new car in the parking lot in front of his business in a strip mall. He saw a man park next to his car and begin unloading merchandise. Our client walked up to the man and asked him politely not to scratch his car.

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STATE V. E.O. (DUI)

The client was charged with DUI.  At the roadside, the client admitted to drinking at a local night club.  Moreover, the client performed poorly on the roadside exercises.  The videotape revealed that our client could not speak coherently, had poor dexterity, and that she spoke several different languages.  Mr. O'Toole took the case to trial.  At trial, Mr. O'Toole knew the police officer would try to persuade the jury that everything is a sign of impairment by alcohol, including someone speaking different languages.  This is how the police work, they take a fact and spin it in front of the jury (i.e. - driving too fast, driving too slow - both are signs of impairment by alcohol). 

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STATE V. B.T. (DRUG TRAFFICKING)

The client was charged with drug trafficking and had hired a prominent Fort Lauderdale attorney to represent him.  However, after hiring the attorney, the client realized that his needs were not being met and he was being pressured into taking a plea.

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STATE V. Y.B. (DUI & 2 SEPARATE SUSPENDED LICENSE CHARGES)

The client was a single mother and owned her own small business.  She had a suspended license charge previously and was arrested for this case for DUI and a new suspended license charge.  This meant that she would face a 5 year habitual suspension if she took a plea to both charges.

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STATE V. R.Y. (BURGLARY)

Our client was charged with stealing large amount of gravel from a sand company he worked at.  He was also on probation for Attempted Murder and was facing 30 years in prison if he was convicted on the Burglary charge.

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