Case Results

With more than 45 years of collective experience, attorneys at the Law Offices of Randy Collins have handled thousands of cases to successful conclusions. Our impressive track record of results have afforded us a well-earned reputation from both our peers in the legal community and current and former clients.

While no law firm can guarantee a specific result, we present some of our past wins as a testament to our strength in the courtroom and our dedication to our past clients. Call (844) 285-9559 to schedule your consultation.

  • Not Guilty
    DUI - 0.12% BAC
    The Defendant was charged with a DUI and a blood test of .12% and a hit and run. After trial, the Defendant was found Not Guilty of ALL charges and was discharged.
  • Case Dismissed
    Felony Domestic Violence Battery
    The Defendant was arrested for Felony Domestic Violence Battery against her husband. The bail bond was $50,000. The Domestic Violence Battery was witnessed by several individuals who provided statements to the Newport Beach Police detectives. Attorney Randy Collins argued that the Defendant suffered from a nervous breakdown, which culminated in involuntary acts of frustration. The case was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Murder
    After trial the case was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Violence
    The Defendant was arrested for Felony Domestic Violence Battery against her husband. The bail bond was $50,000. The Domestic Violence Battery was witnessed by several individuals who provided statements to the Newport Beach Police detectives. Attorney Randy Collins argued that the Defendant suffered from a nervous breakdown, which culminated in involuntary acts of frustration.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Violence Battery
    The Defendant was charged with Domestic Violence Battery, a violation of Penal Code Section 243(e)(1), and child abuse, a violation of Penal Code Section 273a(b). A disposition was negotiated wherein the Defendant entered a plea to “disturbing the peace”, and the domestic violence battery and child abuse charges were dismissed.
  • Charges Dismissed
    Driving on a Suspended License
    This Defendant was charged in four separate cases as follows: (1) two cases of driving on a suspended license, alcohol related; (2) driving on a suspended license; and (3) drunk in public. The Defendant was able to resolve all four of these matter on the same date. The case of driving on a suspended license, alcohol related (CVC 14601.2(a)) the Defendant was ordered to serve 30 days in the Orange County jail (home confinement authorized). ALL other cases were dismissed.
  • Sentence Significantly Reduced
    Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale
    The Defendant was charged in two separate cases on two different dates with the possession of a controlled substance for sale, to wit methamphetamine. His exposure in total was 3 years, 8 months. The Defendant entered a plea to both cases on the same day before different judges. The Defendant was placed on formal probation for 3 years and served a total actual time in custody of 68 days.
  • Case Dismissed
    Possession of Firearm by a Felon
    The defendant was charged with violation of Penal Code, Section 29800(a) (Possession of Firearm by a Felon); and section 30305(a)(1), (Possession of ammunition by a prohibited person). Violation of Health and Safety Code Section 11550(e) Under the Influence with a firearm; and 11377(a) Possession of Methamphetamine with 3 prior State Prison commitments where the defendant did not remain free of custody for 5 years. The case was dismissed in its entirety.
  • Case Dismissed
    Possession of Methamphetamine

    Defendant completed diversion PC 1000, and the case was dismissed.

  • Penalty Reduced
    Possession of Methamphetamine
    The Defendant was charged with a violation of Health and Safety Code Section 11377(a) – Possession of Methamphetamine. He was also charged with the possession of a dope smoking instrument, and a trespassing/occupation of property as a squatter. Although the Defendant was exposed to three years state prison, we negotiated a disposition in which the Defendant entered a plea to the trespass and upon payment of $1,000 to the victim witness the case was terminated after Counts 1 and 2 were dismissed. The Defendant had no drug conviction and was therefore, not required to register as a narcotic defender.
  • Charges Dismissed
    Spousal Abuse
    All four counts Dismissed and bond exonerated
  • Case Dismissed
    Felony DUI
    The Defendant was charged with a Felony DUI in violation of Vehicle Code 23152 (a) and (b) for driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC of .08% or higher with three prior DUI’s. The Defendant had failed to appear on his original court date and there was a warrant issued for his arrest. The Defendant was now facing up to 3 years in prison for the Felony DUI. Attorneys Randy Collins argued that Defendant’s Due Process rights had been violated and brought a Motion to Dismiss the case. The Motion to Dismiss was granted and the Defendant was released from jail and his case was dismissed.
  • Prison Sentence Significantly Reduced
    Felony DUI
    Defendant was charged with a Felony DUI with three prior convictions and interfering with an officer in the performance of his duties. His exposure was 3 years in state prison. The Defendant only served six actual months in custody.
  • Penalty Reduced | All Other Counts Dismissed
    Grand Theft
    The Defendant was charged along with seven other defendants with conspiracy to commit grand theft and grand theft. The Defendant could have spent 5 years in custody. Since the Defendant had no prior record, in the middle of the preliminary hearing, the Defendant entered a plea to Public Resources Code, Section 14591(b)(1)(F). All other counts were dismissed and the Defendant was released with credit for time served.
  • Case Dismissed
    Grand Theft
    person cannot steal and receive the same stolen property. If a guilty plea as to both these crimes were entered the court could only punish for one crime. As a misdemeanor the maximum sentence would be one year, or $1,000 fine, or both fine and imprisonment.
  • Case Dismissed
    DUI Drugs
    Defendant was charged with violation CVC 23152(a) (DUI Drugs) and Health and Safety Code, Section 115502, Under the influence of drugs. (This latter sentence carries with is a minimum 90 day jail sentence) The defendant also had a prior DUI Conviction. The case was dismissed without trial.
  • No Jail Time
    DUI with a Collision
    The Defendant was charged with a .13 blood alcohol content (BAC) DUI with a collision and a 2007 prior DUI. He was also charged with two counts of hit and run. The Defendant was still on probation for his prior DUI. In all this, the Defendant was faced with a maximum time in custody of 3 years and six months. Ultimately, the Defendant, on all matters, was sentenced to 60 days home confinement, restitution, and other mandatory fines, fees, and programs. The Defendant never returned to jail.
  • Fines Vacated
    Failure to Pay Court Fines
    The defendant had five cases before the court and had failed on numerous occasions to pay fines or complete promises he had made to the court. Warrants were issued. The defendant owed the following on the cases listed; $850.00; 148.50; $388.50; 419.00; and $1,111.00; The court vacated all the fines so the defendant did not have to pay anything. [$2917] The defendant only has to complete 15 days Caltrans.
  • No Jail Time
    2nd DUI with Collision
    The Defendant was charged with DUI, BAC .18% and a collision. The Defendant was also charged with a BAC greater than .15% and a prior conviction in 2006 out of Harbor Court, Orange County. The Defendant could have gone to county jail for 1 year. The Defendant received 60 days in Orange County jail to be served as home confinement and the remaining mandatory fees and programs. The Defendant never returned to jail.
  • Penalty Reduced to Disturbing the Peace
    Assault, Battery & Resisting Arrest
    The Defendant was charged with Assault (Penal Code Section 240), Battery (Penal Code Section 242), and Resisting Arrest, (Penal Code Section 148(a)(1)). After negotiations the Defendant entered a plea to “disturbing the Peace” and all other charges were dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Burglary
    Defendant was charged with Commercial Burglary and Grand Theft (Penal Code, Section 459/460(b) and 487(a). The defendant participated in a class and the case was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Battery with Corporal Injury
    The Defendant was charged with violating Penal Code Section 273.5(a), otherwise known as Domestic Battery with Corporal Injury, due to a fight that took place with his spouse. After thorough investigation by Randy Collins and his private investigator, Mr. Collins was able to demonstrate that the Defendant acted in self-defense. The case was subsequently dismissed.