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Lisa Damiani’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • Manduley v. Superior Court (People) (2002) 27 Cal. 4th 537

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    California Supreme Court upheld Proposition 21 and client ultimately received probation sentence
    Description:
    Eight minors accused of committing hate crimes against elderly Mexican migrant workers in the Penasquitos mountains in San Diego. The first case in San Diego to challenge Proposition 21, which permitted prosecutors to file charges in adult court.
  • Lexin v. Superior Court (2010) 47 Cal.4th 1050

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    The case was dismissed after the California Supreme Court granted the defense challenge to the complaint
    Description:
    The firm represented Defendant Wilkinson against a felony conflict of interest charge stemming from her role on the board of the San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System.
  • U.S. v. SDG&E, et al., Case #06 CR 0065 DMS/07 CR 0484 DMS

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Court dismissed the indictment pretrial against all Defendants. The government re-indicted all defendants and the matter went to trial. After six weeks of trial in June 2007, the jury found the firm’s client not guilty.
    Description:
    The firm represented a Defendant in federal criminal matter involving allegations of conspiracy and violations of the Asbestos Work Practice Standards,
  • U.S. Marine Corps, General Court Martial of Staff Sergeant 2006

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    The jury found the firm’s client not guilty on all charges and specifications. The verdict was read less than 10 minutes into deliberations
    Description:
    The firm represented the accused, charged with rape and sodomy of two alleged victims
  • Raymond v. The Home Depot, et al., San Diego, California Superior Court Case No. GIC 822167 (2006)

    Practice Area:
    Employment & Labor
    Outcome:
    The Court Dismissed the case against the firm’s client pretrial and ordered Plaintiff to pay attorney’s fees and costs
    Description:
    The firm represented Defendant in a civil race discrimination & harassment action