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Virginia #DUI .19 BAC Case. Prince William County General District Court.

From the BLF Case Files:

Client with previous DUI charge which was reduced to Reckless Driving charged again with DUI .19 BAC.  Client chose #Sudeep #Bose of the Bose Law Firm as his attorney to fight charge and review case for police error.

Bose challenged probable cause for the arrest - analysis concluded articulable suspicion present and based on high speed caught on speed assessment device (Lidar).

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

Case resolved. Charge reduced to Reckless Driving 180/175 non mandatory time - client serves 2 days based on credit. No ignition interlock.  No SR22 Special Insurance. No social taint from DUI conviction. WIN!

 

Sudeep Bose (703) 581-4050. Bose Law Firm, Established 1998. Led by a Former Police Officer.

Prince William Alleged Sexual Battery of Students by Former Teaching Assistant Virginia Code§ 18.2-67.4 and § 18.2-67.4:2 charged. PWC JDR Court.

From the BLF Case Files:

Prince William Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. Client, a former teacher assistant, charged with ‪#‎Sexual‬ ‪#‎Battery‬ of Minor 13/14 years old alleged student under § 18.2-67.4:2. Second charge of Sexual Battery General § 18.2-67.4 for a second alleged victim - another alleged student. Third alleged victim's case under investigation by Detective - charges in the "wings."

Bose Law Firm interviewed family and realized politicial sensitivity of issues. School System accepted resignation from client.

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

CASE RESULT- ‪#‎Attorney‬ ‪#‎SudeepBose‬ was ready for trial on matter which was he said/they say oriented case. Active negotiations commenced with an eye for the fragility of the alleged victims and the effect of trial on their well being. Bose negotiated a global resolution to end all investigations and close all cases so that client would be able to go about his life with his young wife and child.

Client's father former Law Enforcement.

#Sexual #Battery General case amended to Regular Assault and Battery of Non Family Member. Second case of Sexual Battery of 13/14 year old Minor Dismissed. Open investigation of third victim closed by Detective.

Client received no active jail. 30 days jail/30 days suspended. Placed on Probation for 2 years.

Client shall obtain counselling for any issues identified by counsellor. Alleged Victims saved the trauma of cross examination by Attorney Bose.

Families allowed to heal and let the past settle. Young client allowed opportunity to continue his studies in college and make success of himself. WIN!

PERTINENT VIRGINIA CODE SECTIONS INVOLVED IN THIS CASE:

§ 18.2-67.4. Sexual battery.

A. An accused is guilty of sexual battery if he sexually abuses, as defined in § 18.2-67.10, (i) the complaining witness against the will of the complaining witness, by force, threat, intimidation, or ruse, (ii) within a two-year period, more than one complaining witness or one complaining witness on more than one occasion intentionally and without the consent of the complaining witness, (iii) an inmate who has been committed to jail or convicted and sentenced to confinement in a state or local correctional facility or regional jail, and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer with, the state or local correctional facility or regional jail; is in a position of authority over the inmate; and knows that the inmate is under the jurisdiction of the state or local correctional facility or regional jail, or (iv) a probationer, parolee, or a pretrial defendant or posttrial offender under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency, a local or regional jail for the purposes of imprisonment, a work program or any other parole/probationary or pretrial services or agency and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer with, the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail; is in a position of authority over an offender; and knows that the offender is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail.

 

§ 18.2-67.4:2. Sexual abuse of a child under 15 years of age; penalty.

Any adult who, with lascivious intent, commits an act of sexual abuse, as defined in § 18.2-67.10, with any child 13 years of age or older but under 15 years of age is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

Fairfax Animal Neglect Case Win!

Fairfax Animal Neglect Case.  Virginia Code Section 3.2-6503 Inadequate Care.

Bose Law Firm has tried and negotiated several animal cases in the recent past. Through trial and error, the Firm has narrowed the arguments which work and help streamline the defense objective to get the pet owner out of criminal hot water.

In today's case, Attorney Sudeep Bose was prepared to go to trial on the merits of the case.  The analysis was that the pet owner had left ample water and had taken enough precautions when he left his pet in his vehicle.  In essence, the defense was that the case facts did not rise to the level required for a conviction.

The Prosecutor tried to continue the case. BLF objected. Judge denied the moton for a Government continuance. Prosecutor moved the court to Nolle Prosequi. Case Not Prosecuted. WIN!

Alexandria #Assault and #Battery 18.2-57. Case Dismissed - Not Prosecuted! WIN!

Alexandria #Assault #Battery. Client allegedly beat her married boyfriend and his wife upon going to their apartment to share that she was pregnant. BLF prepared case for TRIAL - client maintained her innocence through out speaking with Attorney Bose and assured the Firm that she was simply defending herself. Case Dismissed. WIN!

In Virginia Assault and Battery cases, one of the fundamental issues is Primary Aggressor.  Who was the Primary Aggressor? If the Primary Aggressor was not the person charged, the defense strategy is always to assert the affirmative defense of Self Defense.

In trials for #Assault and #Battery, if Self Defense is asserted, the burden falls on the defense to prove the Self Defense.  This is achieved through careful cross examination of the Government witnesses and usually requires the Defense to place the Defendant on the stand.  This must be carefully weighed and much preparation is required.

In this case, the Firm prepared the case fully for trial.  All aspects of the case including actual physical movements during the altercation were reviewed and parsed.

BOSE LAW FIRM, PLLC - Established 1998. Led by Former Police Officer, Sudeep Bose 703-926-3900.

Fairfax Court- Vienna DUI and Refusal. Belligerent and driving 90mph in 25.

Fairfax Vienna DUI and Refusal case.  Client charged with DUI upon officer stopping vehicle for driving 90 mph in 25 mph zone.  Client allegedly drove through gas station at close to that high speed and then residential areas.  Vehicle hit curb and flattened tire prior to stop. Pace.
Client refused breath test and had strong odor of alcohol, slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and was incoherent, unable to stand upright without using hands for balance.  Highly belligerent to officer and magistrate.

BLF identified legal weaknesses in the case and added value to the defense via equity arguments of treatment prior to court date.

Result: Case amended to Reckless driving. No active jail, 6 month loss of license with immediate Restricted Operator's License.

Professional client with a BSc. degree in Finance and with a good job.  He gets a second chance!

Fairfax Reckless Driving Case. Trooper says client was an "Asshole!"

Fairfax Reckless Driving 92mph in a 55mph zone.  Trooper, in settlement conference started conversation with "your client was an asshole!"  Alcohol related with numerous cars allegedly affected by our client's driving behavior. Trooper stated he could smell strong odor of alcohol but that our client refused to take field sobriety tests and trooper did not have enough probable cause to arrest for DUI without such tests.

Bose Law Firm client in this case is in law enforcement, so any jail time, suspended or otherwise would jeopardize his Top Secret with Polygraph Clearance.

Attorney Bose initiated intense negotiations and in the end was able to resolve the case with minimal prospective impact to the client's professional standing.

Case resolved with no jailtime, $500 fine, 6 month loss of right to drive in Virginia w/ restr. in 30 days. WIN!

Cases with high speed and Security Clearances require experience. BOSE LAW FIRM, PLLC 703-926-3900.  Established in 1998 by Former Police Officer Sudeep Bose.

Prince William Assault and Battery | Domestic Abuse

Prince William County #Domestic #Assault #Battery. Client is husband with Security Clearance on hold for this charge.

Defense Strategy: A blend of equitable and legal arguments.  The essence of the case was the client allegedly slapped and pushed his wife in a heater battle over money.  Our client and his wife disagreed on sequence of events, but Attorney Sudeep Bose, a former police officer, thought that the strike was in self defense and that the wife was the primary aggressor (both legal defenses). 

Prosecutor's first offer was continuance under the Code for 1st time Offender.  This was unnacceptable as Attorney Bose has always stated that dismissals conditioned upon a guilty plea are NOT TRUE dismissals.

After several negotiations with the Prosecutor, attorney Bose was able to generally continue the matter for a true DISMISSAL.

Case result: CASE DISMISSAL! WIN!

 

Reckless Driving 92mph in 50 mph zone. 46.2-862 Virginia Code. No Jail!

Client was charged in #Fairfax General District Court with #RecklessDriving 92mph/50 zone. Client's mother was a paralegal @Fairfax law firm across street from the Fairfax courthouse.  But she did her homework and chose Attorney Sudeep Bose as her son's attorney.

Bose Law Firm takes high speed Reckless driving cases in Fairfax seriously as the policy of he Court is to impose active jailtime in cases above 90mph.  Even baseball player Jason Werth got jailtime when he was charged with Reckless Driving in Fairfax.  

Bose put together a coherent defense and the results were sterling and made the client and his mother very happy.  The disposition was balanced and took into consideration all factors of the case.

No active jail, $250 fine, 3 months hard loss of license. WIN!

For your high speed Reckless driving case in Fairfax, there is only one name - Bose Law Firm, PLLC - Led by a Former Police Officer, Attorney Sudeep Bose 703-926-3900

Obstruction of Justice and Drunk in Public Case Result - Alexandria April 2014

Alexandria. Executive client charged with ‪#‎Obstruction‬ of ‪#‎Justice‬ and‪#‎Drunk‬ in ‪#‎Public‬ (#public ‪#‎intoxication‬).

‪#‎Virginiacriminallawyer‬ ‪#‎Sudeep‬ ‪#‎Bose‬ argued equities and evidence of police using methods not in compliance with common and reasonable police training.

Result: Both charges Dismissed. WIN!

Bose Law Firm (703) 926-3900. Established 1998. Led by a former police officer. Attorney Bose has testified as an expert witness for the defense on proper police procedure in the Alexandria Federal Court (US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia).

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

Fairfax Grand Larceny Case Result - April 2014

Fairfax Grand Larceny Felony case. Client has 2 previous convictions for petit larceny in past.

A former BLF attorney was able to negotiate an offer to take case out of Felony, but the client would have to serve 1 month in jail. This was a great end result, but Attorney ‪#‎Sudeep‬ Bose looked at the case differently.

Today, ‪#‎Attorney‬ ‪#‎Bose‬ resolved the case from a Felony to a Misdemeanor and the client serves two weekends in jail - not one month. Win! HUGE WIN!

Client said today "Mr. Bose, I cannot believe it. You tried for me, you cared for me. I saw you. You are the best. Thank you, thank you! You gently drove the prosecutor crazy but you do it so professionally."

Yes, indeed when I say that Bose Law Firm takes on these cases and bends over backwards for its clients, I mean it. I got these gray hairs for a reason.

With three children of my own, I know how much the three children of today's client would suffer to lose their mom for a month - the house would be in a state of disarray. The children would be victimized by government action and grow up with the notion that the government was inherently bad - the facts of this case did not warrant that end result, and that is not what we want as a society. With weekend time for two weekends, the government drives home the message that one cannot steal from others and accomplishes its goal.

Sudeep Bose, Former Police Officer, Former Investigator, Attorney, Husband, Father (of 3) 703-926-3900

Bose Law Firm, Established 1998.

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

Federal Larceny from Government Offices

Federal Court Alexandria US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Client charged with ‪#‎Larceny‬ of property from Government installation.

Client admitted guilt to the officers. There were no evidence issues at all. Perfect government case. ‪#‎Sudeep‬ ‪#‎Bose‬ initiated conference with the Assistant U.S. Attorney to negotiate the case based on equity factors.

Case Result: Charge DISMISSED! Call us and see what our team can do for you!

#BOSE ‪#‎LAW‬ ‪#‎FIRM‬: Attorney Sudeep Bose, Former Police Officer and Investigator. Established 1998.

Attorney Bose's Collateral Duties - Arlington Judicial Selection Committee, Arlington, Falls Church - Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Committee.

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

‎Possession‬ of ‪‎Marijuana‬ case result

Alexandria ‪#‎Possession‬ of ‪#‎Marijuana‬ case.

Client who is a prominent executive in the Northern Virginia region came to us for a possession of marijuana charge lodged against her by the Alexandria Police Department. Review the case by Former Police Officer‪#‎Sudeep‬ ‪#‎Bose‬, revealed 4th amendment issues as the marijuana was found in her purse and consent was nebulous for the search. Attorney Bose identified several grounds to challenge the search of the purse which he believed violated the client's Fourth Amendment Constitutional rights.

Case Result: Case Dismissed!

Client had done community service in preparation for a 251 disposition. The case was resolved with an outright dismissal outside of 251 disposition parameters. As such, the client is eligible for an expungement.

Most attorneys appreciate 251 dispositions. However, Attorney Bose has said time and time again that 251 dispositions are not true dismissals as they cannot be expunged.

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

Domestic Assault and Battery in Alexandria

‪#‎Alexandria‬ ‪#‎Domestic‬ ‪#‎Assault‬ and ‪#‎Battery‬. Client accused of hitting and assaulting her husband. ‪#‎Bose‬ ‪#‎Law‬ ‪#‎Firm‬ retained.

‪#‎Virginia‬ ‪#‎criminal‬ ‪#‎lawyer‬ ‪#‎Sudeep‬ #Bose represented wife. The firm filed motion to suppress evidence based on bad arrest effectuated without probable cause. Back up defense strategy was self defense, an affirmative defense in Virginia. Careful analysis of history showed multiple instances of batteries which the firm analyzed could culminate into a self defense mindset. In battery cases, the intent of the Defendant is paramount.

Case Result: case nolle prossequi. Dismissed. WIN!

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.

Case Result: ‪#‎Contractor‬ ‪#‎Professional‬ ‪#‎Regulations‬ ‪#‎Case‬

Case Result: ‪#‎Contractor‬ ‪#‎Professional‬ ‪#‎Regulations‬ ‪#‎Case‬ 
‪#‎DPOR‬ Our client is a Class C license holder. Governement agency is Virginia Board of Contractors.

Background: Our client prior to our engagement sued former customers for unpaid work on their home. The customers, unhappy with their work and unhappy with being sued, complained to DPOR about the work done on their home. DPOR reviewed the matter and opened an investigation. Things became complicated quickly as our clients did not assess risks associated with suing their customer.

During their investigation, the DPOR investigator learned that our client:
Allegedly used ‪#‎unlicensed‬ subcontractors, did not pull proper permits, did work outside their license/class limitations.

BLF advised client to take a very aggressive posture during the investigation phase. BLF did not release information it assessed was protected by the attorney-client privilege, did not provide information based on 5th Amendment grounds, and protected all information which could have been used to prosecute the client and solidify the DPOR case against the client. Further and most importantly, ‪#‎Attorney‬ Sudeep Bose opened communication channels with the investigator to put a human element on the case and deflect the issues.

Case Result: Minimal fines for minor infractions. No license suspension/revokation. No criminal prosecution. Huge Win!

Fairfax ‪#‎Domestic‬ ‪#‎Assault‬ and ‪#‎Battery‬ from February 2015

Fairfax ‪#‎Domestic‬ ‪#‎Assault‬ and ‪#‎Battery‬.

Client, an immigrant, was charged with domestic assault and battery of his Indian spouse. Wife also filed a motion for a preliminary protective order stating that she is scared of her husband.

Wife's attorney kept insisting the husband sign a settlement agreement for the preliminary protective order prior to the criminal triamaking the husband liable for the mortgage and other costs for the wife (unemployed). BLF advised against it as there was no assurance that the wife would remain silent during the trial and help our client in any manner.

Today, at trial, my suspicions were proven correct. The wife decided long ago that the marriage was over and that she wanted nothing more to do with our client - she needed a conviction for assault and battery to protect her own immigration status under the battered spouse exception.

Result: After a trial and pointing out the inconsistent statements of the wife to the police and Judge, we got the Judge to continue the case for a DISMISSAL after class and probation. No jail, No fine.

CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR FUTURE RESULTS 703-926-3900.