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State of Florida vs. MC F03-7532

Mr. MC was charged with Burglary with a Battery , a 1st degree Felony punishable by life in prison. Mr. MC was alleged to have broken into a house and battered an elderly man. MC was defended by Mr. Trevilla and after a trial MC was found to be NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. MR F00-29205A

Mr. MR was charged with Drug Trafficking. He was allegedly selling cocaine in an amount in excess of 28 grams. Mr. MR was defended by Mr. Trevilla in trial and found to be NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. RS F02-34776

Mr. RS was accused of Armed Robbery with a deadly weapon. The alleged victim identified Mr. RS in court as the Man who had robbed him with a deadly weapon. Mr. RS was defended by Mr. Trevilla and was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. JP B03-4415

Mr. JP's Life was turned upside down when the State of Florida charged him with 42 counts of Animal Abuse and Neglect. Mr. Trevilla was successful when he filed a motion to suppress and it was granted. However despite winning the motion to suppress the state insisted on prosecuting Mr. JP and proceeded to trial. Mr. Trevilla won the case and Mr. JP was acquitted after a jury found him NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. JP B04-504-50438

JP was charged with DUI. Mr. JP was arrested after being found asleep behind the wheel. The police claimed that Mr. JPs foot was on the break, the keys were in the ignition, and the car was running. The police also claimed that Mr. JP had thrown up on himself. Mr. Trevilla defended the case and on 1/25/05 a jury found JP NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. CH

Mr. Harris was charged with Armed Robbery. Mr. Harris was alleged to have held up a man walking to work and robbed him. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. Harris and a Jury found Mr. Harris NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. YR 454800W

Mr. YR was charged with DUI. The police alleged that Mr. YR smelled like alcohol and did not perform the Roadside exercises to standard. The police claimed that Mr. YR was DUI. Mr. Trevilla Defended Mr. YR and a Jury found YR NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. MV F05-29402

MV was charged with Attempted 1st Degree Premeditated Murder, Second Degree Murder and DUI Manslaughter. Mr. Trevilla defended MV. Mr. Trevilla was instrumental in getting the charges against MV reduced from Attempted 1st Degree Pre-meditated Murder, Second Degree Murder and DUI Manslaughter to misdemeanor DUI. Mr. MV is out of custody now and runs his own business.

State of Florida vs. GW. M99-32712

GW was charged with battery against a State Attorney. The case was filed as a misdemeanor. Four witnesses testified that Mr. Glenn was the person who attacked and battered the state attorney. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. GW. After a trial a jury found Mr. GW NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. HA 084723J

Ms. HA was Charged with DUI. A state trooper alleged that Ms. HA smelled like alcohol and had an open container in her vehicle. They also claimed that she failed the roadside tests. Mr. Trevilla defended and she was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. VG 529297W

Mr. VG was charged with DUI. The police claimed that Mr. VG smelled of alcohol and failed all the roadside exercises. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. VG and after a trial by jury found him NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. JH M99-19951

Mr. JH was charged with Animal Abuse. The police claimed that the defendant abused his dog by beating the animal with a stick. The police allegedly observed Mr. JH beating his dog through a fence. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. JH and after a trial on the merits Mr. JH was found to be NOT GUILTY

State of Florida vs. JA 529139W

Mr. JA was charged with DUI. The police said that Mr. JA was under the influence of Alcohol while driving his motor vehicle. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. JA and after a trial a jury found Mr. JA NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. RN

Mr. RN was charge with DUI. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. RN and got his case discharged/dismissed on the speedy trial rule.

State of Florida vs. CM

Mr. CM was charge with DUI. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. CM and got his case discharged/dismissed based on the speedy trial rule.

State of Florida vs. GC

Mr. GC was charge with DUI. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. GC and got his case discharged/dismissed based on the speedy trial rule.

State of Florida vs. OG F00-1582A

Mr. OG was charged with sale of cocaine within 1000 feet of a school.
Police alleged that Mr. OG sold cocaine to an undercover police officer. There was a video, drugs and live testimony by several police officers at the trial. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. OG and after a trial a jury found Mr. OG on all counts NOT GUILTY

State of Florida vs. DB F00-11153

Mr. DB was charged with two counts of Felony Battery on a Police officer and two counts of Felony Resisting with Violence. The police claimed that Mr. DB had battered them then resisted their arrest by using violence. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. DB and a jury found Mr. DB only guilty of Misdemeanors and not guilty of the FELONIES.

State of Florida vs. DE F01-3061

Mr. DE was charged and tried by the state for Aggravated Battery and simple battery. After the introduction of the evidence by the state Mr. Trevilla convinced the judge to dismiss the case because the evidence was insufficient to support a verdict. The judge agreed with Mr. Trevilla and granted Mr. Trevilla's motion for a judgment of acquittal. Mr. Everett was acquitted of all charges.

State of Florida vs. NT F02-34970

The State of Florida charged NT with Trafficking in Cocaine after apprehending her at the Miami International Airport coming from Columbia with a substantial amount of cocaine. Mr. NT was alleged to be in possession of enough cocaine to get her a 25 year minimum mandatory if convicted at trial. The state offer was a 25 year minimum mandatory. Unable to bond out of jail NT waited in jail for a year. Mr. Trevilla successfully argued to a judge that her incident was an isolated event and not likely to reoccur. Mr. Trevilla presented evidence of her academic history and convinced the judge that she had a bright future ahead of her. A judge after listening of Mr. Trevilla's argument sentenced her as a youthful offender and only gave her 366 days in state prison despite the objection of the state attorney..

State of Florida vs JM F05-5317

The State of Florida charged Mr. JM with Felony Lewd and Lascivious exhibition to a child under the age of 16 years old, and Felony Lewd and Lascivious conduct with a child under 16 years old. No one believed Mr. JM as he professed his innocence to all who would listen. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. JM. Mr. Trevilla convinced the State of Florida to reduce Mr. JM's charges from a felony sex offense against a minor to a simple misdemeanor battery.

State vs. MB F05-29543

Mr. MB was charged with Aggravated Battery. The alleged victim and the police claimed that Mr. MB had hit the victim over the head with a glass bottle causing lacerations to the victims face. Mr. Trevilla was able to obtain the 911 dispatcher log for the day of the incident and discovered that the alleged victim had stated to a police dispatcher that someone else had in fact hit her with the bottle. Mr. Trevilla showed that information to the state. Armed with that information, Mr. Trevilla was successful in convincing the State Attorney to dismiss all charges against Mr. MB.

State of Florida vs. RT F02-3225

Mr. RT was charged with Armed Robbery of a convenience store. The state was trying to get Mr. RT to plead guilty to 30 years in prison. Mr. RT allegedly confessed to the alleged robbery. Mr. Trevilla hired a former FBI hand writing analyst. The FBI expert discovered that Mr. RTs signature was forged by the police. Armed with this information Mr. Trevilla was able to argue to the state attorney handling the case that Mr. RTs signature on his Miranda Warnings had been forged by the police. Despite the overwhelming evidence against Mr. RT and the state seeking 30 years in prison for the offense, Mr. RT was allowed to plead guilty to the crime BUT was released from custody with all credit for time served before his trial.

State of Florida vs. JP 505722W

The police claimed that Mr. JP was DUI. He was charged accordingly by the State of Florida. The State alleged that Mr. JP was DUI. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. JP and Mr. JP was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. ED 453884W

Mr. ED was charged with DUI by the State of Florida. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. ED and Mr. ED was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. SM 4413946X

Mr. SM was charged with DUI by the State of Florida. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. SM and he was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. AQ 7191CZD

Mr. AQ was charged with Driving While License Suspended. The police alleged that Mr. AQ was driving and that his license was suspended. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. AQ and convinced the jury that the defendant drove out of necessity. The defendant was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. AQ M04-46733

Mr. AQ was charged with Resisting an Officer without Violence. The police officer alleged Mr. AQ fled from the police by car and then ran away from her on foot. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. AQ and he was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs LR M05-0634

The defendant was accused of making obscene phone calls. The state mischarged the defendant with the wrong subsection of the statute. Mr. Trevilla defended LR and argued to the judge the charged against Mr. LR should be dismissed. The judge agreed and acquitted LR.

State of Florida vs. DY M05-3180

DY was charged with prostitution and resisting without violence. The police alleged that DY was engaged in prostitution and solicited a police officer for sex then ran from the police after the police attempted to arrest her. Mr. Trevilla defended DY and a jury found DY NOT GUILTY of all charges.

State of Florida vs. CP 411042x

Mr. CP was charged with DUI. The police alleged that the defendant was driving and under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. CP and he was found NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. JM B05-45058

Mr. JM was charged with misdemeanor Battery. The state argued that JM battered a man in front of his own home. Mr. Trevilla defended JM and argued JM was merely defending himself. After a trial a jury found JM NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. YF 550353X

YF was charged with DUI. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. YF. A jury found YF NOT GUILTY.

State of Florida vs. L. L. F0742832

Defendant and victim engaged in a verbal argument which escalated into a physical altercation. Defendant picked up a bottle and struck victim on the head causing a large laceration on the on victim's right eye. The state and victim pressed to have the defendant convicted. Mr. Trevilla was successful in getting the state and the victim to agree to have the defendant's charges dismissed once he completed some classes. Aggravated battery. PTI.

State of Florida vs. F. S. 6050XDX

Defendant was involved in a traffic crash while performing a traffic investigation, officers noticed a strong order of alcohol, Defendant conducted a roadside sobriety test, defendant was transported to jail. Mr. Trevilla convinced the State to dismiss the defenadnt's charges because of an inability to prove the defendant was driving.

State of Florida vs. A. Q. F0610149

Defendant was charged attempted sexual battery. Mr. Trevilla convinced the State to reduce the charges to no sexually related offenses and have the defendant placed on probation instead of being incarcerated.

State of Florida vs. A. B. J086278

Defendant was charged with armed robbery and aggravated battery on an elderly man. The defendant was arrested and taken to the county jail. The defendant and codefendant allegedly entered a store, selected numerous DVD movies, a set of books and put them in a bag. They exited the store when security officers detain them. The co defendant attempted to strike the store security officer and they began to struggle at which three security officers began to struggle with defendant and co-defendant. The defendant struck the elderly security guard injuring him in an attempt to escape. The defendant was charged as an adult with strong armed robbery. Mr. Trevilla was successful in convincing the State Attorneys office to transfer the defendant to juvenile, reduce his charges, have him released and placed on juvenile probation.

State of Florida vs. M. C. F0814645

Defendant was charged with insurance fraud and false police report. The defendant allegedly stole $15,000 dollars when she engaged in a scheme to defraud her insurance company. Mr. Trevilla convinced the state to dismiss the charges after the defendant paid her restitution.

State of Florida vs. M. C. F0741373

Defendant was involved in a traffic altercation. Victim states that defendant followed him to incident location and once there, attacked him with a knife attempting to stab him several times. The defendant was charged with Aggravated assault, burglary, criminal mischief. Mr. Trevilla convinced the state to dismiss the charges after the defendant entered and completed an anger class. The defendant's case was eventually dismissed and his record sealed.

State of Florida vs. M. C. 1502-EKO

Police officers were called to a crash investigation and upon there arrival, they observed the defendant's eyes were blood shot red and watery and his speech was slurred. Defendant was asked to take a roadside test in which he agreed. The defendant was then taken to DCJ, the victim has transported to the hospital for treatment to her injuries Mr. Trevilla convinced the state to reduce the defendants charges to reckless driving.

State of Florida vs. G. B. F0816856

Defendant was charged with Battery on a law enforcement officer. The defendant suffered from Bi Polar disorder. The police were adamant about having the defendant convicted and punished. After several attempts to persuade the State and the officers to dismiss the case, Mr. Trevilla eventually convinced the state attorney and the police officers involved to dismiss the defendant's charges once he completed a diversion program.

State of Florida vs. D. J. 1685-XAV

Mr. J for involved in a traffic accident which resulting in him being charged for DUI. Mr. J was unable to provide road side test due to both knees being injured. The police officer showed up to the trial and Mr. Trevilla was successful in arguing that Mr. Johns case should be reduced to a reckless driving charge because of a technicality in the DUI paperwork.

State of Florida vs. M. D. F0636645

Defendant was charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery and aggravated assault. Defendant and Co-Defendant's had a confrontation with unknown subjects. Co-Defendants altercation resulted in victim being stabbed in his chest and back. The injuries were severe. Defendant provided a post Miranda statement admitting to his involvement in this incident implicating the co-defendants. Mr. Trevilla persuaded the State Attorney to dismiss the defendant's case after he completed a program.

State of Florida vs. W. L. F08-009760

Police was dispatched to defendant's house for an alarm. The front and back door were open, the police called k-9 and went in. the police found several bags of marijuana and cocaine and drug paraphernalia inside the defendant's closet. The defendant was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Trevilla convinced the State Attorney that the police violated the defendant's constitutional right against illegal searches and seizures. The State dismissed the case in the first 21 days. Mr. Trevilla also sealed the defendant's record.

State of Florida vs. C. M.

The defendant was working as a journalist for time magazine. He had completed his job for time magazine when he noticed that the police were arresting someone. He decided to document the arrest because he was writing a story about the changes Biscayne Boulevard was undergoing including the increased police presence in the area. He was accosted by the police and arrested for doing nothing other than his job. The State insisted on having the defendant plead guilty to all four charges against him. The defendant refused and insisted his actions were protected by the first amendment freedom of the press. Mr. Trevilla went to trial. The jury found the defendant not guilty of 3 of the four counts against him. His story can be found at http://carlosmiller.com

State of Florida vs. M. R.

The defendant was in Miami on vacation with his entire family including his two children when the police claimed his purchased cocaine, battered a law enforcement officer and assaulted another officer. Mr. Trevilla was successful in convincing the State Attorney to reduce the defendant's felony charges to misdemeanor in the first 21 days then despite Mr. Trevillas attempts at having the misdemeanor charges dismissed the state insisted on having the defendant admit his guilt. Mr. Trevilla went to trial, convinced a jury the police were lying and a jury found the defendant NOT GUILTY of all charges.

State of Florida vs. A. A. 0662-xdk

The defendant was charged with DUI after being stopped leaving a bar in Miami Lakes. The officers claimed that he did not perform the roadside tests correctly. He was then taken to the station where he blew over the legal limit. Mr. Trevilla went to trial and after a short deliberation the jury found the defendant not guilty.

State of Florida vs. AA 0511XDK

The defendant was involved in an accident where he hit a parked car. The defendant left the scene of the accident and was stopped by the police a short distance later. There was extensive damage to both vehicles. The defendant admitted to leaving the scene of the accident and also admitted, "Ive been drinking a lot." The officers noticed a smell of alcohol, blood shot eyes and slurred speech. According to the DUI officers the defendant failed the roadside excersises. The defendant refused to blow into the machine. Mr. Trevilla files numerous motions in the case including an accident privilege motion. Mr. Trevilla was able to get the defendant his license back and was successful in getting the state to reduce the charge to reckless driving.

State of Florida vs. NP

The defendant was stopped reference having his high beams on by one of most respected and accomplished DUI officers in Miami Dade County. The defendant performed poorly on the roadside tests. The defendant blew over the legal limit and was found in possession of Marijuana in the car. Mr. Trevilla went to trial and a jury found the defendant not guilty.