Client’s car was towed after being allegedly double-parked. The client confronted the business that had his car towed with the ticket that he had paid for. The client was foreign and recited a proverb from his homeland asking for truth to prevail. The proverb was taken as a threat by an employee of the business.

The police were called, and the client was charged with harassment. The client retained Krizman Law to prevent him from being wrongly prosecuted. Mr. Krizman, in his typical extensive review of discovery and investigation, found that the phrase the client used was not threatening, and the report to police was potentially racially motivated.

Through a rapid attack on the prosecutor’s case resulting in tactical negotiation, Mr. Krizman was able to convince the prosecution to dismiss the case against the client quickly. After dismissal, client’s case was sealed.

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Case ResultsThreats – Dismissed