People v. M.F.

Client charged with Obstruction of Identification. In this Maywood case, the local police charged our client with providing false information when she was experiencing a panic attack after officers were called to her residence for a disturbance. In court, Mr. LaScola and his team secured a “deferred prosecution” whereupon our client performed 20 hrs. of independent community service. We returned to court 2 months later and a dismissal order was entered.

Ratings and Reviews

10.0Martin Samuel Lascola