Our Case Results

As a certified specialist in criminal law, our attorney at the Law Offices of Grech & Parker is prepared to guide you through all of your legal needs when it comes to defending your rights. With years of experienced defending those accused of criminal activity our firm has garnered a reputation of successfully achieving the best possible results for our clients. Check out our past case results and contact us today knowing you are in the best hands possible.
    • In re J.I.

      Client serving life sentence in state prison. Writ of habeas corpus successful and client released with credit for time served.

    • People v. A.M.

      Large drug and weapons case dismissed. Motion to suppress all evidence granted.

    • People v. B.B.

      The defendant was a juvenile charged as an adult with attempted murder, shooting at an occupied vehicle and other violent offenses. For nearly a year the defendant sat in juvenile hall awaiting trial. Following jury trial, the defendant was acquitted of all charges and went home to his family.

    • People v. B.R.

      Client charged with Child Battery causing great bodily injury. Jury returns verdict of Not Guilty.

    • People v. B.R.

      Brian R was on trial for Child Battery causing serious bodily injury. He had a strike under the three strikes law and was facing over 12 years in prison. The case involved accusations by his teenage son and his ex wife arising out of a bitter custody fight. The jury concluded that the charges against Brian were fabricated and the jury returned verdicts of not guilty on all charges. Paul Grech personally thanked the jurors for their good work and Brian was returned home to his family.

    • People v. Ben O.

      The accused was charged with 19 counts of lewd conduct with against two persons under the age of 14.He faced a minimum of 15 years to life in prison if convicted. He was found not guilty of all charges involving sexual misconduct but was convicted of misdemeanor assault for which he received a misdemeanor jail sentence. He is now home with his family.

    • People v. D.D. (Beaumont Conflict of Interest Case)

      Public Officials accused in $43 million conflict of interest, embezzlement and fraud case. Probation granted. No jail custody.

    • People v. G.B.

      The District Attorney charged the defendant with numerous felony domestic violence counts. After successfully obtaining an order for the defendant's release on his own recognizance, the jury acquitted the defendant of a number of felony counts and a mistrial was declared as to the others. Following pressure by the Court, the District Attorney's office agreed to dismiss the felony counts and the defendant pled to a non-domestic violence misdemeanor count with no jail time.

    • People v. G.G.

      The defendant was charged with aggravated child molestation and faced life in prison. Because of the aggressive and diligent work of our office, the District Attorney dismissed all charges on the day of trial.

    • People v. G.S.

      Client accused of workers compensation fraud with losses exceeding $500,000. Probation granted. No jail custody.

    • People v. J.G.

      The defendant was driving in his car with his wife and brother when a crazed driver nearly ran them off the road. When it became apparent to the other driver that the defendant's family was calling the police, the crazed driver called the police to report that the defendant vandalized his car while driving! Unbelievably, the police and District Attorney believed the crazed driver and charged the defendant with vandalism and assault! The jury quickly returned a verdict of not guilty.

    • People v. J.G.

      Client charged with sexual battery and facing registration as a sex offender. Trial resulted in hung jury with 11 jurors voting not guilty. Case dismissed.

    • People v. J.H.

      The defendant was charged with felony 1st degree burglary, assault and felony evading along with multiple "strike" allegations. He was facing 83 years to life. Following a six-day jury trial, the jury acquitted the defendant of all felony charges, convicted him of one misdemeanor and he was released immediately!

    • People v. J.R.

      The defendant was charged with attempted murder and gang allegations. The defendant had been accused of belonging to a notorious gang in the Moreno Valley area and with the attempted killing of rivals. Following jury trial, the defendant was acquitted of attempted murder and eventually sentenced to probation.

    • People v. J.U.

      The defendant was charged with attempted murder and gang allegations and was facing a life sentence. Mid-way through trial, the prosecution agreed to dismiss the attempted murder charges in exchange for a lesser sentence. The defendant is now home with his family.

    • People v. J.Y.

      Client charged with felony possession of illegal firearms and ammunition. Case resolved for misdemeanor. No jail time.

    • People v. Joey P.

      The accused was charged with three counts of attempted murder, special allegations involving use of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance.He faced three 25 to life terms if convicted. The jury returned not guilty verdicts on all attempt murder and firearm use charges. Joey was released at time of sentencing on the remaining drug charge. He is now home with his family.

    • People v. K.W.

      Client facing mandatory state prison for a strike offense of assault with a deadly weapon with a three-year great bodily injury enhancement. Case resolved for a misdemeanor assault charge.

    • People v. Kevin B.

      The accused was charged with multiple acts of lewd conductagainst both of his daughters. He faced a sentence of 15 to life in state prison if convicted. After a hotly contested trial the jury hung 6-6 and the Judge dismissed the case.

    • People v. M.R.

      The defendant was charged with robbery and the use of knife allegations. After cross-examination, the supposed "victim's" version of the events dramatically differed from what he told the police; the jury found the defendant guilty of a lesser charge and the defendant was released from custody soon thereafter.

    • People v. M.W.

      The defendant was charged with child endangerment after he disciplined his 14-year old daughter. Asserting that the Government had no right to interfere in the sanctity of a parent's right to discipline their children, the jury quickly returned a verdict of not guilty.

    • People v. P.C.

      Client facing battery charges. Case dismissed following successful civil resolution.

    • People v. Paul M

      The accused was charged with 20 counts of lewd conduct with children under the age of 14. In a trial by jury he was found not guilty of all charges and immediately released.

    • People v. R.D.

      Client facing voluntary manslaughter charges and 21 years in state prison. Case resolved for probation.

    • People v. R.O.

      The District Attorney initially charged the defendant with felony child endangerment and assault likely to produce great bodily injury. After a judge reduced the charges to a misdemeanor, the case was brought to trial. Although the jury was unable to reach a verdict, (the jury voted 11-1 in favor of an acquittal), the District Attorney agreed to dismiss the misdemeanor and the client paid a small fine.

    • People v. R.P.

      The defendant was charged under the "three-strikes" law with sales of cocaine and was sentenced to twenty-five years to life. However, the defendant had been subject to gross prosecutorial misconduct, which his previous lawyer had left unaddressed. Following a successful appeal brought because of a motion to dismiss, the Court of Appeal remanded the case back for re-sentencing. After a lengthy evidentiary hearing, the trial court reversed the defendant's life sentence and agreed that the District Attorney committed misconduct. The defendant will now have a second-chance outside prison.

    • People v. Robert L.

      The accused was charged in a police sting operation with attempted lewd conduct on a minor. The tactics used by the police were similar to and the forerunners of the internet sting operations used to catch people on a popular television show. The jury hung 6-6 and the charge was dismissed in exchange for a plea to a lesser non sex related charge. This result involved the skillful use of the defense of entrapment.

    • People v. Ronnie D.

      The accused was charged along with several others with engaging in Identity Theft, Insurance Fraud and Theft. Ronnie D was found not guilty of all charges after one of the longest white collar trials in Riverside history.

    • People v. S.F.

      The defendant was charged with attempted murder and mayhem following a brawl at a local bar. Following jury trial, the defendant was acquitted of all of the most serious charges and was granted probation.

    • People v. T.D.

      Client charged with rape and facing prison and lifetime mandatory registration as a sex offender. Acquitted of all counts at trial. Jury verdicts of Not Guilty in a record 10 minutes.

    • People v. T.S.

      Client facing 63 counts, including residential burglary and elder abuse, and decades in prison. Case resolved for misdemeanor Business and Professions Code violation.

    • People v. T.W.

      Client facing life sentence for sex offense. Case resolved for probation.

    • People v. V.R.

      Client charged with first degree murder charges facing 25-to-life sentence. Jury returns lesser verdict of voluntary manslaughter at trial. Client given probation and released from custody.

    • People v. Valerie P.

      The accused was charged with the murder of her husband and elder abuse against her father. During a hotly contested trial Valerie P.was found not guilty of all charges and released from custody . The case involved the use of a variety of expert pathologists, cardiologists and health care professionals to establish innocence.

    • People v. Z.S.

      The defendant was charged with capital murder and gang allegations. After months of litigation , the jury spared the defendant's life rejecting the prosecution's plea for a death sentence.