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State of Nevada v. "client S"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Malicious Injury to Vehicle.

Summary: Client, employed in law enforcement, was accused and charged with causing severe damage to the vehicle of another individual. The State claimed that there was overwhelming evidence against our client, including a depiction of our client committing the crime on video tape. Despite the State’s claims, our client maintained her innocence and the case proceeded to Trial by jury. At Trial, Mr. Tomsheck meticulously attacked the State’s case and was able to secure a not guilty verdict and acquittal on all charges.

Outcome: NOT GUILTY jury verdict


State of Nevada v. "client D"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Battery with intent to commit a crime

Summary: Client was a young man charged with committing a severe battery as part of a desire to perpetrate a robbery on another individual. At Trial, Mr. Tomsheck argued that our client had not committed the battery and that the facts could not lead to a conviction. After Trial, Mr. Tomsheck was able to secure a NOT GUILTY verdict for client on this severe felony charge.

Outcome: NOT GUILTY verdict.


State of Nevada v. "client H"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Attempt Murder with Use of a Deadly Weapon (2 Counts), Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Solicitation to Commit Murder, Battery with Use of a Deadly Weapon Resulting in Substantial Bodily Harm (8 Counts).

Summary: Client, a well-known local business owner, was accused of being part of a murder for hire plot to kill a relative and business rival. The allegations in the well-publicized case were horrific and, if convicted, Client faced the potential of over 200 years in Nevada State Prison. On the eve of Trial, Mr. Tomsheck was able to successfully exploit issues in the State’s case which resulted in Client receiving a very favorable plea which included no admission of guilt and the State’s agreement that Client would be given a probationary release, meaning he would serve no time in custody.

Outcome: Probation.


City of Las Vegas v. "client B"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Felony Battery Domestic Violence / Strangulation.

Summary: Client, a businessman who travels throughout the United States for work, was charged with a heinous domestic crime for which he maintained his innocence. Upon Motion to the Court illustrating the State’s inability to prove their case, the Court issued a dismissal with prejudice, meaning the State cannot charge our client with anything related to this event in the future.

Outcome: Dismissal


City of Las Vegas v. "client W"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Battery Domestic Violence

Summary: Client, a prominent local physician with hospital privileges at several valley hospitals was accused of a severe crime of Battery Domestic Violence involving the use of a weapon. Client insisted the allegations were monetarily and revenge driven and were untrue. On the day of Trial, Attorney Tomsheck was able to negotiation a complete dismissal of all charges and clients employment was not affected.

Outcome: Dismissal


City of Las Vegas v. "client C"

Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: Battery Domestic Violence Strangulation, Attempted Sexual Assault

Summary: Client, a businessman in the financial industry, was charged with severe Felony offenses which, if he was convicted, could include mandatory prison and up to 25 years in custody. Mr. Tomsheck was able to resolve the case with the prosecutor by obtaining numerous items of documentary evidence before the case proceeded to Trial, showing that the alleged victim had fabricated the charges against our client.

Outcome: Dismissal