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Case Results for Attorney E.J. Hubbs in Miami

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Charge: Petition to Remove Conditions on Green Card Result: Approved Date: January 2017 Court: USCIS
Details: In May of 2014, through marriage to a United States Citizen, Client received a conditional green card for a period of two years. The green card was set to expire in May of 2016. In October of 2015, client divorced her husband. Prior to filing to remove the conditions on her green card, Client decided to hire Hubbs Law. E.J. explained to Client that, even though her marriage was real, USCIS might question the validity of the marriage since it lasted only a little over a year. E.J. filed the petition on behalf of client with plenty of evidence of a bona fide marriage including: affidavits, photos, joint tax records, joint bank accounts, lease agreements, health club memberships, cable bills, utility bills, and written communications that led to the divorce. E.J. also prepared client for the interview with USCIS and attended the interview. At the interview, Client truthfully answered all of the questions of the USCIS officer and her petition was granted.
Charge: Possession of Alcohol by Minor Result: Case Dismissed Date: January 2017 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged will Possession of Alcohol by a Minor after allegedly possessing a beer during a tailgate at a football game. Client hired Hubbs Law to represent her. Client stressed the importance of keeping her record clean since she had no prior record and had her whole life ahead of her. E.J. aggressively defended the case and reviewed all discovery provided by the State. Prior to trial, the Client and E.J. discussed the strengths and weaknesses of the case, the plea offer from the State, and decided to leave the case set for trial. On the day of trial, the State was unprepared and was forced to nolle prosse the charge which allowed Client to keep her clean record.
Charge: Violation of Probation Result: Violation of Probation Dismissed/Probation Terminated Date: January 2017 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged with violation of probation for a DUI case in which he allegedly failed to complete certain conditions. Client hired Hubbs Law. It was important for Client for E.J. to handle the case without him being present because he lived outside of the county. E.J. was able to show proof of compliance of all conditions of probation and the State agreed to dismiss the VOP and terminate probation without Client attending court.
Charge: Injunction for Protection Against Stalking Violence Result: Injunction Dismissed Date: December 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was involved in a business relationship where he invested money in the Petitioner’s business. Contrary to their agreement, Petitioner failed to give Client profits from the business. Petitioner began to avoid communicating with Client as Client was trying to get his money. Petitioner then went a step further and sought the underlying injunction against Client to avoid contact. The Court initially granted a temporary injunction and the case was set for a permanent injunction hearing. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. reviewed the content of the temporary injunction and believed that the Petitioner’s statements did not rise the level of “stalking” under Florida law. At the permanent injunction hearing, E.J. made a motion to dismiss which was granted by the Court.
Charge: Deportation Defense Result: Removal Proceedings Terminated Date: November 2016 Court: Miami Immigration Court
Details: After applying for naturalization in 2013, Client was put in removal proceedings for 1999 convictions for Aggravated Stalking and seven counts of violating an injunction against domestic violence. Client hired Hubbs Law. Even prior to Client’s first immigration court date, E.J. filed a motion to vacate his 1999 plea based on the fact that his counsel failed to advise him that his conviction would result in mandatory deportation. E.J. won the motion, the client’s plea was vacated, and the State of Florida agreed to dismiss the Aggravated Stalking and six out of the seven counts of violating the domestic violence injunction. Client pled to one count of harassing telephone calls which is only a misdemeanor. Based on this resolution, Client was no longer deportable from the United States. Accordingly, the immigration judge terminated the removal proceedings and Client was able to remain in the United States as a legal permanent resident.
Charge: Permanent Injunction Against Stalking Violence Result: Permanent Injunction Granted Date: November 2016 Court: Miami Dade Circuit Court
Details: Client wanted to file a permanent injunction against stalking violence after being constantly harassed by an old friend. Client had been repeatedly called and texted by the individual despite repeated requests for the person to stop the contact. Client had been sent several inappropriate texts that caused him substantial emotional distress to the point that he filed a police report. After reviewing the evidence the Judge granted client's petition for a permanent injunction against stalking violence.
Charge: Deportation Defense Result: Deferral of Removal Granted Date: October 2016 Court: Krome Immigration Court
Details: Client is a citizen and national of Cuba. He was ordered removed after a conviction for an aggravated felony involving receipt of stolen property crime in which imprisonment was at least 5 years. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to successfully seek deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture based on Client’s fear of returning to his home country.
Charge: Public Assistance Fraud Result: Diversion Date: September 2016 Court: Miami Dade Circuit Court
Details: Client was charged with Public Assistance Fraud. The allegation was that Client knowingly withheld earned employment income from the Department of Children and Families in applying for food stamp assistance and Medicaid. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. Hubbs was able to immediately speak to the intake prosecutor about agreeing to an ROR bond so that Client would not need to spend a night in jail. In addition, E.J. was very quickly able to negotiate Client’s entry into the pretrial intervention program where Client would have charges dismissed after payment of restitution.
Charge: Felony Petit Theft Result: Reduced to the lesser included offense of Disorderly Conduct Date: August 2016 Court: Hillsborough County Court
Details: Client was charged with Felony Petit Theft after allegedly stealing property from Publix. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. successfully persuaded the State Attorney’s Office to file the charge as a misdemeanor, rather than a felony. E.J. thoroughly investigated the case including obtaining all of the evidence from the State and taking photos of Publix’s detailed video camera system which was not used to record Client’s conduct. E.J. set the case for trial. After the State discovered an identification issue of Client, E.J. was able to successfully negotiate a plea to Disorderly Conduct which was more advantageous for Client’s immigration status.
Charge: Immigration Bond Hearing Result: $5,000 Bond Date: August 2016 Court: Krome Immigration Court
Details: Client was ordered removed from the United States based on inadmissibility after seeking asylum in the United States. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to get his client a $5,000 bond after arguing his lack of prior criminal record and showing proof that he would have financial support in the United States.
Charge: Driving While License Suspended, Canceled, or Revoked Result: Dismissed Date: July 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested and charged with Driving While License Suspended, Canceled, or Revoked and Careless Driving. The allegation was that Client caused an accident by rear ending another vehicle on 95 during heavy traffic. After law enforcement responded to the scene, they ran Client’s license and discovered it was suspended for a prior breath test refusal. Client was unaware that his license was still suspended because the DUI case was previously dismissed. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. set the case for trial. On the day of trial, even though all the witnesses were present, the State agreed to drop the charges because the client did not have knowledge his license was suspended.
Charge: Petit Theft Result: Dismissed Date: July 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested for petit theft at J.C. Penny’s. The State of Florida alleged that Client entered a dressing room, concealed merchandise on her person, and exited the store without paying. After bonding out of jail, Client called Hubbs Law. She was very concerned because this was her third charge of Petit Theft. After filing his notice of appearance, the State offered Client an adjudication of guilt, no jail time, and no probation. E.J. advised Client of the offer but encouraged her to consider pushing the case to trial because a second conviction for petit theft could result in future felony charges in the event the Client was arrested for the same crime again. Client pushed the case to trial. On the day of trial, the State dropped the charges.
Charge: Driving Under the Influence Result: Dismissed Date: June 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged with Driving Under the Influence. Client was stopped after allegedly weaving outside of his lane and almost hitting a fence. Client refused the breath test. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. requested discovery from the State and discovered that there was no video of the field sobriety exercises. E.J. pushed the State to trial and the case was dismissed by the State on the day of trial because they were unprepared.
Charge: Immigration Bond Hearing Result: $1,500 Bond Date: June 2016 Court: Krome Immigration Court
Details: Client was ordered removed from the United States based on inadmissibility after being convicted for Driving Under the Influence. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to get his client a $1,500 bond after arguing his lack of prior criminal record, relationship to United States citizen children, and ties to his community.
Charge: Reckless Driving Result: Reduced to Careless Driving Date: May 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested and charged with Reckless Driving. According to the police officer, Client was speeding (81 mph in a 45 mph), weaving within his lane, and passed several vehicles without using his turn signal. Client decided to hire Hubbs Law. On the first court date, the State Attorney’s Office refused to allow the Client to plea to anything other than Reckless Driving and probation. Understanding the importance of keeping his Client’s criminal record clean, E.J. advised his Client to allow him to prepare the case for trial. E.J. drove the highway where the Client was pulled over and got his Client’s side of the story. E.J. learned that his Client never endangered another person or property with his driving. On the day of trial, after E.J. and his Client announced ready for trial, the State agreed to reduce the charge from Reckless Driving to Careless Driving which is a non-criminal offense. This allowed E.J.’s Client to keep his criminal record clean.
Charge: Permanent Injunction for Domestic Violence Result: Dismissed Date: May 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client married a woman from another country. After living with Client in the United States for about a month, she left him suddenly. Client was later shocked to discover that his wife had made allegations that he raped her and filed for an injunction against domestic violence. Client sought representation from Hubbs Law for both the criminal investigation and the injunction. E.J. Hubbs worked quickly and contacted the Detective handling the criminal investigation. The Detective assured E.J. that the police had closed their investigations and charges would not be filed. E.J. obtained the police report and close out memorandum from the State Attorney’s Office and prepared Client’s case for the injunction hearing. E.J. discovered that the Client’s wife had filed for a U-visa, an immigration benefit available to persons who are victims of crimes. E.J. saw this as the possible motive behind the obvious false allegations that the woman had made against his Client. E.J. had her served for a deposition at his office. However, prior to the deposition, the Client’s wife decided to voluntarily dismiss her injunction rather than attend the deposition.
Charge: Immigration Appeal Result: Appeal Granted Date: May 2016 Court: Administrative Appeals Office
Details: Client and her husband adopted an orphan in Taiwan whose mother was serving life in prison and whose father was unknown. Client wanted to return to the United States to be closer to her biological children who were attending college. She filed an N-600K application for citizenship for her adopted son. She found the process very frustrating as she spent a year attempting to get the correct documentation to the USCIS officer handling her case. Ultimately, the application was denied. At this time, Client decided to seek legal representation and hired Hubbs Law. E.J. Worked quickly and filed an appeal within 30 days of the decision. E.J. supplemented Client’s original application with almost 300 pages of supporting documents to prove her son’s case. In May of 2016, the Administrative Appeals Office overturned the USCIS officers decision and now Client’s son will have his opportunity to obtain citizenship.
Charge: Battery Result: Dismissed Date: May 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested and charged with battery. The police alleged that Client scratched and spit on the other person. The Client adamantly denied these allegations. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. Hubbs obtained the discovery in the case including the police report. First, E.J. was able to get the no contact order lifted. Second, E.J. filed a motion to suppress after observing in the police report that police had violated his Client’s rights by failing to read Miranda warnings prior to questioning. At the motion to suppress hearing, the State Attorney’s Office decided to nolle prosse the charges rather than challenge the motion to suppress. Client was very happy with the result.
Charge: Immigration Bond Hearing Result: $15,000 Bond Date: April 2016 Court: Krome Immigration Court
Details: Client was ordered removed from the United States based on inadmissibility after seeking asylum in the United States. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to get his client a $15,000 bond after arguing his lack of prior criminal record and showing proof that he would have financial support in the United States.
Charge: Battery Result: Dismissed Date: April 2016 Court: Miami Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested and charged with two counts of Battery for allegedly putting his daughter’s boyfriend in a “headlock” after he refused to leave the Client’s house. Client was charged with a second count of battery for allegedly pushing his daughter to the ground during the incident. Client hired Hubbs Law prior to charges being formally filed. E.J. Hubbs acted quickly and was able to speak to the prosecutor prior to the filing decision. E.J. was able to convince the prosecutor that the case was weak based on the fact that client was legally justified to use reasonable force to remove the boyfriend from his property after he refused to leave. The State Attorney’s Office decided to nolle prosse the charges.
Charge: Workers Compensation Fraud Result: Diversion Date: March 2016 Court: Palm Beach County Circuit Court
Details: Client was arrested and charged with Workers Compensation Fraud, a third degree felony The Police accused him of knowingly failing to obtain workers compensation insurance. The client was adamant that he did not know that he was required to have the insurance for his corporation. E.J. believed his client and went to court to fight for his defense. After receiving the discovery from the prosecutor in the case, E.J. argued his defense to the prosecutor and was able to obtain permission to enter the pretrial intervention program which could ultimately lead to a dismissal of the charges. In addition, even though Palm Beach County typically requires an admission of guilt to enter the pretrial intervention program, E.J. was able to get this requirement waived.
Charge: DUI (1st) Result: Reduced to Reckless Driving Date: March 2016 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested DUI and hired Hubbs Law. The police officers claimed that Client had been drinking and caused an accident even though he had been at work all night and was driving home to see his family. After being retained on the case, E.J. Hubbs reviewed the police report with his client. The Client informed him that there could be video in this case from a nearby surveillance store. E.J. and his investigator went to the scene of the accident. After a through investigation, they determined that any potential video in the case had been destroyed because too much time had elapsed. However, E.J. was able to obtain pictures of the video cameras in the case to show that the police failed to preserve the evidence on the night of the accident. E.J. and his client determined that it was in his best interest to go to trial in this case. On the day of trial, due to their weak case, the State reduced the charges to reckless driving with only 3 months of probation.
Charge: Burglary of an Unoccupied Conveyance Result: Reduced to Misdemeanor Criminal Trespass Date: March 2016 Court: Hillsborough County Court
Details: Client was arrested for two counts of Burglary of an Unoccupied Conveyance for allegedly entering a vehicle and removing property. Client hired Hubbs Law before charges were even filed. E.J. Hubbs immediately contacted the prosecutor handling the case and was able to persuade her to file the reduced charges of two counts of misdemeanor criminal trespass. After reviewing the police report and other evidence with Client, E.J. Hubbs was then able to negotiate a plea of no contest in exchange for a withhold of adjudication. This prevented client from having a conviction on his record.
Charge: Public Assistance Fraud Result: Diversion Date: March 2016 Court: Miami Dade Circuit Court
Details: Client was arrested for Public Assistance Fraud. She was accused of intentionally withholding income from her second job in order to receive illegal public benefits. She decided to hire Hubbs Law. E.J. Hubbs immediately reviewed the State’s evidence which consisted of over 600 pages. E.J filed a motion to dismiss based on a violation of his client’s due process rights. Although the motion was never heard, it persuaded the prosecutor to offer E.J.’s client the Pretrial Diversion Program. E.J. also successfully negotiated a reduction in his client’s restitution requirement for PTI by more than $5,000. Client was thrilled that she saved money and will not have a felony conviction on her record.
Charge: Driving While License Suspended, Cancelled, or Revoked Result: Plea Withdrawn, HTO Status Removed Date: January 2016 Court: Palm Beach County Court
Details: Client was previously convicted for two separate Driving While License Suspended, Cancelled, or Revoked, or DWLS, charges. Client was then charged with DWLS in Palm Beach County. Client decided to pay the ticket without consulting an attorney. This resulted in an adjudication for her third DWLS charge. She was classified as a Habitual Traffic Offender and her license was suspended for 5 years. She hired Hubbs Law to assist her in removing the license suspension. E.J. Hubbs was able to file a motion to vacate her prior DWLS conviction and negotiate a plea of no contest to a withhold of adjudication. Because she received a withheld of adjudication, Client’s HTO status was removed and she was able to reinstate her license. This allowed her to drive again which was essential for her employment and children.
Charge: Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Result: Expunged Date: January 2016 Court: Miami Dade Circuit Court
Details: Client was arrested in 2003 for Aggravated Assault. Although client’s charges were ultimately dismissed by State Attorney’s Office, the arrest was still present on client’s permanent record. Client was concerned that this charge on her record could potentially impair her ability to obtain future employment and hired Hubbs Law, P.A. E.J. Hubbs took the case and was able to file a petition with the court to expunge her records which was granted by the judge. Client was very happy with the outcome which resulted in the destruction of all records pertaining to her arrest and criminal case for Aggravated Assault. Now, she can safely apply for a job without any fear that a background check will reveal this arrest.
Charge: Petit Theft Result: Dismissed Date: December 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged with petit theft. Client was concerned with the charges effecting her eligibility to enter the military. After reviewing the State’s discovery, E.J. advised his client to set the case for trial. On the day of trial, the State was not prepared to proceed and the case was dismissed. Client was very happy that she could still apply to serve in the military.
Charge: Petit Theft Result: Dismissed Date: November 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged with her second petit theft and was very concerned about both her criminal and immigration issues. E.J. handled both the criminal and immigration case. After reviewing the State’s discovery, E.J. advised his client to set the case for trial. On the day of trial, the State was not prepared to proceed and the case was dismissed. In addition, E.J.’s client did not experience any immigration issues as a result of the arrest
Charge: Immigration Bond Hearing Result: $1,500 Bond Date: October 2015 Court: Krome Immigration Court
Details: Client was ordered removed from the United States based on a conviction for fraud in which the loss to the victim was greater than $10,000. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to negotiate a $1,500 bond after speaking to the deportation officer and client was able to be released prior to attending court.
Charge: Driving While License Cancelled, Suspended, or Revoked Result: Plea Withdrawn, Reduced to No Valid Driver’s License Date: October 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client previously pled guilty to his 3rd DWLS charge. After his plea, client was labeled a “Habitual Traffic Offender” and his license was suspended for 5 years. E.J. was able to get his client’s prior plea withdrawn and get the charges reduced to No Valid Driver’s License. This resulted in the removal of the client’s Habitual Traffic Offender status and his license was reinstated.
Charge: Driving While License Cancelled, Suspended, or Revoked Result: Dismissed Date: October 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client hired Hubbs Law after he had an outstanding warrant for Driving While License Cancelled, Suspended, or Revoked. He was living out of state and it was very important to him to have the warrant removed so that he could get his license reinstated. Not only was E.J. able to have the warrant withdrawn, but he was able to have the case dismissed as well!
Charge: Resisting Arrest Without Violence Result: Dismissed Date: September 2015 Court: Broward County Court
Details: Client was arrested for Resisting Arrest Without Violence and faced up to a year in jail. After getting his client’s side of the story and reviewing the State’s discovery in the case, E.J. advised his client that the State had a weak case. E.J. advised his client that his best option was to go to trial. E.J. spent months preparing the case. He went to the scene of the crime, took pictures, discovered that a video of the incident had been destroyed, and obtained records of an internal affairs investigation into the officer’s conduct. E.J. also spent an entire day taking his star witness to the scene of the crime and preparing her testimony. On the day of trial, the State dismissed the charges after realizing the weaknesses in their case.
Charge: DUI 1st Offense Result: Diversion Program Date: September 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was charged with his 1st DUI and hired Hubbs Law. E.J. meticulously investigated the case. He read the police reports, interviewed his client, and went to the location of the traffic stop to observe where his client performed field sobriety exercises. After conducting his investigation, E.J. and his client began to prepare a defense as the case was set for trial. Prior to trial, the State offered to allow the client to enter into a diversion program where the charges will eventually be dismissed. Client decided to accept the State’s offer rather than risk going to trial.
Charge: Immigration Bond Hearing Result: $5,000 Bond Date: July 2015 Court: Broward Transitional Center
Details: Client was ordered removed from the United States based on inadmissibility. After hiring Hubbs Law, E.J. was able to get his client a $5,000 bond after arguing his lack of prior criminal record, relationship to United States citizen children, and ties to his community.
Charge: 2nd DUI Within 5 years Result: Reduced to Reckless Driving Date: July 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested for his second DUI within 5 years and faced up to 364 days in jail with a minimum mandatory 10 days in jail. The initial offer from the State was 120 days in jail. E.J. advised his client to refuse the offer and proceeded to work the case. E.J. spoke to his client, reviewed the officer’s reports, and went to the scene of the crime to take pictures. After his review, E.J. filed three motions including two motions to suppress evidence. On the day of trial, after reviewing E.J.’s motions, the State agreed to reduce the DUI to reckless driving with NO JAIL TIME!
Charge: 2nd DUI outside of 5 years Result: Dismissed Date: July 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was arrested for his 2nd DUI outside of 5 years after allegedly being involved in a traffic accident and blowing a .173. E.J. agreed to handle both the client’s criminal case and DMV license suspension case as well. After going to the DMV hearing and cross examining the officer, E.J. advised his client to set the criminal case for trial. On the day of trial, E.J. discovered that the State had a witness identification problem because they did not have anyone that could testify that his client was driving a vehicle. E.J. used this information to force the State to dismiss the charges on this case despite the high blow.
Charge: Felony Possession of Cannabis Result: Dismissed Date: June 2015 Court: Hillsborough County Circuit Court
Details: Client had previously pled guilty to Possession of Cannabis over 20 grams. He received 18 months probation. After realizing that the drug conviction would cause him immigration problems, he hired E.J. Hubbs. E.J. was able to withdraw the prior plea of guilty and enter his client into a pretrial diversion program. After client successfully completed the pretrial diversion program, E.J. got both his criminal and immigration case dismissed. His client was able to keep his criminal record clean and keep his green card.
Charge: Possession of Cocaine Result: Dismissed Date: May 2015 Court: Miami-Dade Circuit Court
Details: Client was charged with Possession of Cocaine after cocaine was allegedly found inside his vehicle after being searched by police. After being arrested, client hired Hubbs Law. E.J. was able to successfully persuade the State not to file charges based on the weak evidence the State had against his client. Ultimately, the charges were dropped before the client even needed to go to court.
Charge: Grand Theft ($300-$5000) Result: Reduced to Petit Theft ($100-$300) Date: January 2015 Court: Miami-Dade County Court
Details: Client was going to be charged with Grand Theft ($300-$5000), a third degree felony. Client hired E.J. after being questioned by a detective. Prior to being charged with the crime, E.J. was able to talk to the prosecutor making the filing decision and obtain a copy of the detective’s interview with his client. Despite E.J.’s client confessing to a felony on a recorded interview, E.J. was able to negotiate the charges down to a misdemeanor charge with a withhold of adjudication. In addition, E.J. was able to negotiate a surrender of his client to the court so that he would not be arrested and need to post bond. Client received probation and did not spend one day in jail.

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