Allegation Facing Result
Client alleged to have broken into home, held woman against her will and raped her over the course of an entire evening Life in prison as a third strike violator Mr. Redal persuaded the State to dismiss all charges after his investigation showed that the charges were fabricated.
Client alleged to have accessed a physician’s prescription notepad and forged a prescription for client Forgery: Up to 10 years in prison, loss of client’s position in medical field Dismissal of all charges after client successfully competed drug treatment and was compliant during probationary period
Client alleged to have travelled with 8 pounds of marijuana, methamphetamine, and cocaine to Washington from California to traffic. Forgery: Up to 10 years in prison, loss of client’s position in medical field Mr. Redal negotiated the dismissal of all but one reduced charge, client sentenced to 240 hours of community service.
Client alleged to have shot a rival gang member and attempted to shoot another gang member Assault 1st Degree -- 2 counts Dismissal of all charges after Mr. Redal showed that the State could not produce admissible evidence at trial linking his client to the shooting
Client alleged to have possessed multiple individual packets of methamphetamine for individual sale in his jacket pocket 60-120 months in prison Client released after spending three days in jail. Prosecutor dismissed all drug related charges based upon Mr. Redal's motion to suppress evidence related to an unlawful search
Client alleged to have possessed multiple pre-packaged baggies of methamphetamine for individual sale in a city park 60-120 months in prison Dismissal of all charges after Mr. Redal brought to the State's attention that the officer's search was unlawful under the seldom cited Wenatchee City Code
Client alleged to have violated county noise ordinance when he continually played music in his open shop garage Up to 90 days in jail Dismissal of all charges after Mr. Redal filed a motion to dismiss and convinced the State that the Chelan County Code provision at issue was unconstitutionally vague