A great attorney can be marked by their victories.

Debra S. White has an impressive resume of wins, too many to list here. As such, the following case victories are provided only as a sampling of the many outstanding case results she has obtained for her clients over the years.

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Accuser caught in her lies at trial – Jury acquits

Outcome:  FOUND NOT GUILTY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND VIOLATION OF A RESTRAINING ORDER

Description: This case was extremely challenging. Client, a stay at home dad, was in the middle of a contentious divorce when his wife filed charges of domestic violence following a minor violation of a restraining order. Client’s wife was a powerhouse executive who wanted full custody of the children. She feigned the accusation because a conviction against Client would give her custody. She was very intelligent and convincing. But she was not smart enough to survive Attorney Debra White’s aggressive cross-examination. She was caught in a small lie, and defended it repeatedly until the transcript was read back to her while she sat on the stand before the jury. Her demeanor changed. Her face changed. And then her testimony changed. The jury caught a glimpse of who this woman really was. They were able to see the web of lies she had weaved and that was enough for them to find him not guilty of all charges.

A man’s nightmare made real – case dropped at preliminary hearing

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED AT PRELIMINARY HEARING IN THE INTEREST OF JUSTICE

Description: Client, a respected banker, was in a vicious custody battle with the accuser. She staged a crime scene so believable, that a detective described it as one of the worst crimes he has investigated in his seventeen years of experience. Client faced five consecutive life sentences for this alleged atrocious crime. Attorney Debra White was quick to challenge the evidence and established a timeline showing that he had only nine minutes to commit the alleged crime. The defense of impossibility was a success. The District Attorney dismissed the case on the day of Preliminary Hearing. This case was featured in the Los Angeles Times. Read the full story here: A Man’s Nightmare Made Real

DUI / DWI CHARGES

Nurse found not guilty of DUI refusal and child endangerment

Outcome:  NOT GUILTY VERDICT ON ALL CHARGES 

Description: Client was driving home with his family when he was stopped by police for speeding. He had consumed a beer at dinner, but did not feel mentally impaired. The arresting officer was very aggressive. This caused Client to have an anxiety attack. He refused to participate in any of the officer’s tests, including the chemical test, and had to be taken to a hospital for evaluation. Client was charged with drunk driving and refusing to take a chemical test. Because his children were in the vehicle, he was also charged with child endangerment. As a nurse, Client faced disciplinary action by the Board of Registered Nurses, including possible suspension his license. At trial, Attorney Debra White successfully attacked the arresting officer’s investigation practice as well as his character. The jury returned not guilty verdicts on all counts and the BRN did not take his license.

Suppression motion granted - DUI dismissed

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED

Description:   Client and his wife were from out of town. They were driving somewhat slow on the freeway trying to find their exit. A CHP Deputy observed them driving and followed them as the exited. He stopped them for allegedly swerving within the lane. He subsequently conducted a DUI investigation and arrested Client for having a BAC of .15%. Attorney Debra White challenged the reasons for the Deputy’s stop by bring a motion to suppress under Penal Codes section 1538.5. She convinced the Judge through the testimony of the Deputy and with the help of supporting case law, that the stop was unconstitutional. The only remedy was to suppress all of the evidence obtained after the stop. The Judge agreed and granted the motion. With the evidence suppressed, the prosecution had no case. They were forced to dismiss all charges.

SEX CRIME CHARGES

False confessions do exist: charges dismissed in the interest of justice

Outcome: CHARGES DISMISSED ON DAY OF TRIAL

Description: Client and his friends were high on psychedelic drugs. They were partying at a friend’s house where there was a baby. While they were high, someone accused Client of having sex with the baby. Client denied the accusation, but police were called, and he was arrested. After hours of interrogation, Client “admitted” to police that he had sex with the baby. While it was clear to the defense that this was a false confession, the prosecution did not care. It took many months of persuasion, until finally, on the day of trial, the case was dismissed in the interest if justice.

Teacher accused of statutory rape avoids arrest

Outcome: NO CHARGES FILED

Description: Client, a high school teacher, was involved in a sexual relationship with an underage girl. He met her outside of the school where he taught and she claimed to be eighteen years old. When he refused to have a serious relationship with her, she reported to police that he raped her and claimed he knew her true age. Attorney Debra White and her private investigator conducted an investigation of their own. They were able to discredit the accuser through social media posts and text messages between the two. This evidence was presented to the prosecution before charges were filed. Subsequently, the DA declined to prosecute.

FEDERAL CHARGES

Serious win for luxury car dealer facing 30 years on charges of money laundering, structuring, and conspiracy

Outcome: 2 MONTHS CUSTODY – 3 YEARS SUPERVISED RELEASE

Description: Client, a successful owner of a luxury car dealership, was accused of multiple counts of money laundering drug proceeds from the drug cartel, structuring bank deposits, and conspiracy. Pursuant to a tip by a confidential informer, Client had been under surveillance for many months by the FBI. The FBI set up a sting operation that eventually resulted in Client’s prosecution. Attorney Debra White and her trial team prepared a comprehensive and compelling sentencing memorandum to convince the Judge that Client was an extraordinary individual who deserved a light sentence. Despite the harsh sentences imposed on other defendants charged with the same offenses, Client was sentenced to supervised release with only two months of custody time.

Church leader accused twice of sexual assault gets one year probation and stays out of the public eye

Outcome: SENTENCED TO ONE YEAR PROBATION AND ORDERED TO PAY A FINE OF $25.

Description: Client, a minister and leader of a very large and respected church, was traveling to Los Angeles when the female passenger sitting next to him accused him of sexually assaulting her while she was asleep. She claimed that when she woke, she found his hand rubbing her bare skin under her skirt. He was arrested by FBI agents at LAX airport for sexual assault. This case was extraordinarily difficult because the minister had been accused previously of sexually touching a minor on a flight. That case resolved with in a civil settlement for large amounts of money. Furthermore, it was imperative to keep this case away from media attention. The Government was unwilling to let this case go because of corroboration from the prior accusation. Attorney Debra White pursued a plea instead of trial, because at trial a jury would hear about the prior molestation case and would convict Client on that basis alone. Negotiations were contentious, but proved successful after nearly a year of litigation. Client pled no contest to a misdemeanor charge of Simple Assault. He was sentenced to one-year formal probation, permitted to travel, and ordered to pay a $25 fine, and was able to avoid public scrutiny from media.

It always seems impossible until it’s done.

~ NELSON MANDELA

MORE DUI / DWI CASE VICTORIES

DUI with accident is dismissed after hung jury

Outcome: JUDGE DISMISSED DUI CASE IN THE INTEREST OF JUSTICE AFTER JURY HANGS 9 TO 3 IN FAVOR OF THE                            DEFENSE

Description: Client was involved in a serious accident while on his way home from a dinner party. He had been moderately drinking. Police obtained a BAC of .09% at the roadside using the PAS (Preliminary Alcohol Screening) device. At the station, using a more reliable breath-testing machine, they obtained a BAC of .07%. He was charged under Vehicle Code 23152(a) for Driving While Impaired by Alcohol. At trial, Attorney Debra White presented an Accident Reconstruction expert who testified that the accident was likely not a result of Client’s alleged impairment, but rather, the result of being cut off by another driver. Attorney White further challenged the DUI investigation as sloppy and against the standards set forth by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrative–the agency responsible for setting for the standards for proper field sobriety testing. Nine of the twelve jurors returned not guilty verdicts. Upon the request of Attorney White, the Judge dismissed Client’s case in the interest of justice.

Drunk driver gets probation for multiple victim manslaughter

Outcome: PROBATION WITHOUT JAIL

Description: It was Memorial weekend. Client and his family were at the lake enjoying a few beers while boating. Client’s boat collided with another boat while driving at a high rate of speed. A ten-year old boy and his father, the driver of the other boat, were killed and a third family member was severely injured. This case was emotionally charged and the family of the deceased wanted to ensure that Client was incarcerated for as long as possible. Attorney Debra White was able to secure a probationary sentence without jail using the help of a Toxicologist and Forensic Pathologist. She brought into doubt who was at fault for the accident, and was also able to establish that the deceased father also had some alcohol in his system.

Student charged with DUI involving drugs gets full dismissal

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED FOLLOWING SUCESSFUL DIVERSION

Description: Client, a young student with a promising career ahead of him, entered DUI checkpoint where he was investigated by a DRE, Drug Recognition Expert, for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs. After several field sobriety tests, Client was arrested for DUI involving Drugs, a violation of Vehicle Code 23152(e). A DUI conviction would severely impact Client’s future goals. Attorney Debra White drafted a compelling mitigation packet for the prosecutor in an effort to convince them to dismiss the charge. While such successes are far and few between, the prosecutor agreed that this case warranted a diversion-type program. Client was required to take a few narcotics anonymous classes. Upon successful completion of the classes, the prosecutor dismissed his case.

Multiple DUI offender get probation and 30-30 Program

Outcome: PROBATION WITH 30 DAYS JAIL INSTEAD 240 DAYS

Description: Client was charged with a 3rd DUI occurring within the past ten years. He was facing additional penalties under an excessive speed enhancement. Dissatisfied with his current attorney, who told him to accept a plea offer for the minimum punishment of 240 days in County Jail (180 for a third DUI offense, and 60 for the speed enhancement) Client hired Attorney Debra White to defend him. She explained to Client that she could not promise to do any better, but would go to bat for him. She challenged the excessive speeding enhancement and convinced the DA to dismiss it. She also convinced the Judge to sentence Client to a 30-30 program in exchange for an open plea to the DUI charges. He was sentenced to probation and ordered to serve only 30 days in jail and complete a 30-month alcohol program.

MORE SEX CRIMES CASE VICTORIES

Jury nullification for sophomore student who admitted to sex crime

Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICT

Description: Client, a college sophomore with a bright future ahead of him, was charged with child molestation for having sex with a thirteen year-old girl. He faced eight years in prison and would have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life if convicted. At trial, Debra White argued that Client was not guilty because he was half-asleep when the act occurred and, therefore, could not form the required specific intent to molest a child. This defense was used as a legal excuse for the jury to acquit Client when the law was not his side. Debra White made the jury understand that it would be wrong to convict Client, a young man himself, for having sex with a girl who consented to the act, who was the initiator of the sexual contact, and who was physically mature. Client testified before the jury and admitted that intercourse did occur. Nevertheless, despite the law, the jury found him not guilty after only twenty minutes of deliberation. This case result is an excellent example of Jury Nullification. Jury nullification occurs when a jury returns a verdict of “Not Guilty” despite its belief that the defendant is guilty of the violation charged. The jury in effect nullifies a law that it believes is either immoral or wrongly applied to the defendant whose fate they are charged with deciding.

Sleeping with the enemy: accuser discredited before charges are filed

Outcome: NO CHARGES FILED

Description: Client and the accuser were co-workers and had been friends for just a few months before she reported to police claims of rape and sexual assault. The accusation stemmed from an overnight stay   overnight so they could drive to work together in the morning. She invited him to sleep in her own bed, which he did. In the following days she filed a report with police and a restraining order. Attorney Debra White used the restraining order hearing as an opportunity to attack and impeach the accuser. The accuser was ill prepared for her lies at this civil hearing. Her claims of sexual abuse were crushed by Debra White’s cross-examination. Police and the District Attorney subsequently declined to prosecute.

MORE FEDERAL CRIMES CASE VICTORIES

Judge grants diversion for firearms offense after jury hangs

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPELTION OF DIVERSION

Description: Client’s house was raided by FBI in search of child pornography evidence. They could find none. They could only find an old sawed-off shotgun that Client found in the desert some years earlier. So, instead of pursuing charges for possession of child pornography, they charged Client with unlawful possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Attorney Debra White defended the charge on an element of the law that says the prosecutor must prove that the accused knew the shotgun was shorter than eighteen inches. At trial, the jury hung. The Government was allowed to reinstate the charges and try the case before a different jury. The Judge intervened instead and placed on a diversion. After one year of good behavior, Client’s case was dismissed.

Celebrity cybercrime hacker gets probation in federal court

Outcome: SENTENCED TO PROBATION – NO JAIL

Description: Client, a successful composer, was addicted to spying on the secret lives of certain celebrities by hacking into their computers for information and photos. His addiction began when he responded to a pop-up ad from a Chinese dealer offering passwords for sale. He was eventually caught by FBI and arrested for Computer Hacking. The defense in this case took form after discovering various mitigating factors from Client’s childhood that explained his addiction. Client sought counseling that proved invaluable to understanding Client’s reasoning for committed the offenses, and to showing that he was not likely to recidivate. Prior to Indictment, Attorney Debra White convinced the Government to dismiss the felony crime in exchange for a misdemeanor. At sentencing, the AUSA argued for 6 months jail. Attorney Debra White prepared a comprehensive and convincing Sentencing Memorandum and successfully argued for probation. The Judge agreed to a one-year term with six months of supervised release.

MORE CRIMINAL DEFENSE CASE VICTORIES

Dismissal for man accused of felony domestic violence despite fury of woman's scorn

Outcome: ALL CHARGES ARE DROPPED PRIOR TO TRIAL

Description: Client’s lover, scorned by his attempts to break off the relationship, accused him of viciously attacking her, attempting to kill her by strangulation, and burning her body with hot knives. Police took photos of the burn marks and bruising. Attorney Debra White used the photos to prove Client’s innocence. With the help of a forensic pathologist, and evidence acquired through social media searches, Attorney Debra White convinced the Deputy District Attorney that the photos actually proved the accuser was a liar. All charges were dropped on the first day of trial.

Verdict of not guilty for father accused of multi-victim child molestation

Outcome: FOUND NOT GUILTY OF ALL CHARGES

Description: Accusations of child molestation came out of thin air twenty years after the alleged crimes were claimed to have taken place. The accusers were Client’s daughter, an emotionally troubled girl with whom the family was having difficulties, and her former babysitter who supported the daughter in her fight against her father. Debra White and her trial partner, Karen Goldstein, hit this win out of the park. It was not easy feat, however. Defending Client required every resource in our arsenal of defense strategies. Our efforts paid off. After a year of challenging attacks against the determined accusers and a very aggressive prosecutor, the accusers were discredited and we proved to the jury that this was a case of false accusation.

Jury acquits homeless man accused of attempted kidnapping

Outcome: FOUND NOT GUILTY

Description: Client, a homeless young man, was innocently watching kids play at a park when he saw a young boy without his mother. He watched for a time and became concerned because it appeared to him that there was no guardian nearby. He approached the boy to inquire. The mother was watching from afar, and assuming the worst, ran to rescue her son. The homeless man was arrested and charged with attempted kidnapping. He had mental health issues which made the prosecution fearful. They did not want to dismiss the case unless the homeless man agreed to mental treatment. He held steadfast to his innocence and would not agree to treatment. The DA refused to dismiss even though the evidence was weak. Attorney Debra White carefully selected a jury that would be sympathetic to people with mental health issues and be able to follow the law.

Embezzlement over 100k - no jail

Outcome: PROBATION WITH OPPORTUNITY FOR FULL DISMISSAL

Description: The evidence against Client in this case was overwhelming. The embezzled funds could be traced by direct transfers from Client’s employer’s trust account into Client’s bank account. At the Preliminary Hearing, Attorney Debra White challenged the employer’s sloppy record-keeping, and poor business practices. She was able to successfully compromise the prosecutor’s ability to prove the case at trial. Along with presenting factors to mitigate Client’s moral culpability, Attorney White secured a no-jail plea deal wherein Client could earn a dismissal of her case after she pays back the money stolen.

Shoplifting arrest: charges not filed due to alternative resolution

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED

Description: Client was arrested for shoplifting after failing to pay for several items when she checked out other items at a Target store. Such a scenario is a common pattern of behavior used by shoplifters. Before charges were filed, Attorney Debra White contacted the City Prosecutor in an attempt to prevent the filing. The City Attorney’s office agreed to let Client participate in a program called Alternative Resolution. With Attorney White’s help, Client spoke before a neighborhood committee and took responsibility for the theft. There were no negative repercussions and charges were never filed.

Female executive charged with drug sales earns a dismissal

Outcome: CHARGES DROPPED AFTER INFORMAL DIVERSION

Description: Client, a hard-working professional, was having trouble making ends meet. She decided to supplement her income by selling her prescription drugs on Craigslist. Cops were quick to catch her when they responded to her ad and she supplied them with the promised drugs. Attorney Debra White presented the District Attorney with an impressive mitigation packet on behalf of Client in an effort to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the felony and give her a chance. The prosecutor agreed. After one year of counseling and good behavior, the DA dropped all charges.

Judge grants diversion for firearms offense after jury hangs

Outcome: CASE DISMISSED AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPELTION OF DIVERSION

Description: Client’s house was raided by FBI in search of child pornography evidence. They could find none. They could only find an old sawed-off shotgun that Client found in the desert some years earlier. So, instead of pursuing charges for possession of child pornography, they charged Client with unlawful possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Attorney Debra White defended the charge on an element of the law that says the prosecutor must prove that the accused knew the shotgun was shorter than eighteen inches. At trial, the jury hung. The Government was allowed to reinstate the charges and try the case before a different jury. The Judge intervened instead and placed on a diversion. After one year of good behavior, Client’s case was dismissed.

Some other guy did it defense: felony identity theft and forgery charges dismissed at prelim

Outcome: ALL CHARGES DISMISSED AT PRELIMINARY HEARING

Description: Client was arrested for felony Forgery and Identity Theft. Evidence showed that a check was stolen from someone’s mailbox, that Client’s name was forged onto the check, and that the check was cashed it into Client’s bank account using an ATM machine. Video evidence from the bank showed a fuzzy image of a man depositing the check. The man looked like Client. Top this off, Client has a history of petty offenses that arose out of his addiction to heroin. He has no credibility with the heavy-handed District Attorney’s office. Attorney Debra White diligently challenged each and every piece of evidence and successfully attacked the prosecutor’s case. All charges were dismissed by the District Attorney on the morning of Preliminary Hearing.

Racially profiled father triumphs at trial against accusations of spousal battery

Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICT ON ALL CHARGES

Description: Client, a large black man, had shared custody over his baby daughter. During an exchange that took place in a public parking lot, the baby’s mother, a small Caucasian woman, became irate and decided to not let Client take the baby. She frantically pulled at the baby, who was already strapped in the car seat of Client’s car. When the baby screamed and cried, Client gently removed the mother from the vehicle, and drove off. A witness called police claiming a black man just stole a woman’s car with her baby inside. Police arrested Client for felony domestic violence despite the fact that Client had a valid Court Order. The prosecution refused to settle the case, giving Client no choice but to face the uncertainty of trial. Attorney Debra White was able to catch the accuser in a serious lie by impeaching her with a transcript she obtained from a restraining order hearing. She also convinced the witness to tell the truth about what he saw. The jury was quick to acquit.

Family man caught in Craigslist sting operation gets informal diversion and dismissal

Outcome: FULL DISMISSAL UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

Description: Client was arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell after trying to hook up with a girl he met online. In a series of online and text communications, Client enticed the girl with drugs in exchange for sex. When he went to meet the girl, he was discovered that the she was actually a male undercover agent running a sting operation. There was no entrapment defense in this case, but there were sufficient mitigating factors about the Client that enabled Attorney Debra White to convince the prosecutor to reduce the charges and allow Client the benefit of a drug program. Upon successful completion, Client’s case was dismissed in it’s entirety.

Jury nullification for sophomore student who admitted to sex crime

Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICT

Description: Client, a college sophomore with a bright future ahead of him, was charged with child molestation for having sex with a thirteen year-old girl. He faced eight years in prison and would have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life if convicted. At trial, Debra White argued that Client was not guilty because he was half-asleep when the act occurred and, therefore, could not form the required specific intent to molest a child. This defense was used as a legal excuse for the jury to acquit Client when the law was not his side. Debra White made the jury understand that it would be wrong to convict Client, a young man himself, for having sex with a girl who consented to the act, who was the initiator of the sexual contact, and who was physically mature. Client testified before the jury and admitted that intercourse did occur. Nevertheless, despite the law, the jury found him not guilty after only twenty minutes of deliberation. This case result is an excellent example of Jury Nullification. Jury nullification occurs when a jury returns a verdict of “Not Guilty” despite its belief that the defendant is guilty of the violation charged. The jury in effect nullifies a law that it believes is either immoral or wrongly applied to the defendant whose fate they are charged with deciding.

Defendant gets a sweet deal after motion to withdraw his former plea is granted

Outcome: DA CUTS PRISON SENTENCE BY EIGHT YEARS AND AGREES TO THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF CLIENT FROM CUSTODY, ON HIS OWN RECOGNIZANCE, SO HE COULD ATTEND HIS DAUGTHER’S GRADUATION

Description: Client was involved in large quantity drug sales involving transportation of cocaine from the United States to Canada. He reluctantly entered a plea deal while represented by another lawyer. Having his doubts, he retained new counsel to evaluate his case for a second opinion. The evidence against him was overwhelming, except for a confidential informant (CI) whose identity was suspected. Attorney Debra White discovered that the suspected CI was involved in numerous other narcotics investigations that would fail if his identity was revealed to the public. She took advantage of this information and threatened to reveal the suspected informants identity by bringing a motion to reveal his identity. A grant of the motion would not have helped Client, but it would have severely hampered law enforcement. With hands tied, the District Attorney reluctantly agreed to shave 8 years off Client’s prior plea offer in exchange for a promise to not bring the motion. For a cherry on top, Attorney Debra White further convinced the DA to immediately release Client from custody on his own recognizance for thirty days so that he could spend time with his family and attend his daughter’s high school graduation.

Celebrity cybercrime hacker gets probation in federal court

Outcome: SENTENCED TO PROBATION – NO JAIL

Description: Client, a successful composer, was addicted to spying on the secret lives of certain celebrities by hacking into their computers for information and photos. His addiction began when he responded to a pop-up ad from a Chinese dealer offering passwords for sale. He was eventually caught by FBI and arrested for Computer Hacking. The defense in this case took form after discovering various mitigating factors from Client’s childhood that explained his addiction. Client sought counseling that proved invaluable to understanding Client’s reasoning for committed the offenses, and to showing that he was not likely to recidivate. Prior to Indictment, Attorney Debra White convinced the Government to dismiss the felony crime in exchange for a misdemeanor. At sentencing, the AUSA argued for 6 months jail. Attorney Debra White prepared a comprehensive and convincing Sentencing Memorandum and successfully argued for probation. The Judge agreed to a one-year term with six months of supervised release.

Sleeping with the enemy: accuser discredited before charges are filed

Outcome: NO CHARGES FILED

Description: Client and the accuser were co-workers and had been friends for just a few months before she reported to police claims of rape and sexual assault. The accusation stemmed from an overnight stay   overnight so they could drive to work together in the morning. She invited him to sleep in her own bed, which he did. In the following days she filed a report with police and a restraining order. Attorney Debra White used the restraining order hearing as an opportunity to attack and impeach the accuser. The accuser was ill prepared for her lies at this civil hearing. Her claims of sexual abuse were crushed by Debra White’s cross-examination. Police and the District Attorney subsequently declined to prosecute.

Bar fight brawler found not guilty of assault with a deadly weapon

Outcome: JURY VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY

Description: Client, not a likeable character, was involved in a bar fight while intoxicated. His opponent called police. They arrested Client and charged him with felony ADW – assault with a deadly weapon. The alleged deadly weapon used was Client’s own hands. Attorney Debra White defended Client on the basis of a mutual battery defense. She was able to put into question the character of the defeated opponent and successfully argued that Client’s use of extreme force was necessary as the fight progressed. The jury agreed that the use of force was a legal act of self-defense and found him not guilty on all charges.

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