If you are facing a federal crime, Dimitri Dube can provide you with the aggressive defense you need. Regardless of the nature of the alleged offense, I am dedicated to winning criminal cases, and, at the very least, minimizing the negative consequences of any criminal defense matter. I am not intimidated by the prosecution. I will investigate your case and find the flaws in the Government’s theories, find witnesses and arrange expert testimony on your behalf, and do everything possible to achieve preferred outcomes. As you can see below, my results speak for themselves. Call now for your free consultation.
Dimitri has gotten cases dismissed, lesser charges, probation, and argued for much lesser sentences for his clients:
Dismissals and Not Guilty Verdicts
United States v. Jerry Gomina: Dimitri was part of a criminal defense team who won a complete “Not Guilty” verdict in a federal criminal trial accusing Mr. Gomina of gun smuggling. At trial, Dimitri and the defense team were able to show that the federal ATF agent and the informant had given false testimony. A federal not guilty verdict is a rare occurrence (less than 1% of federal criminal cases end up with not guilty verdicts), and Dimitri is one of the few attorneys who have obtained one.
United States v. Washington: Dimitri obtained a dismissal of this federal drug conspiracy case, where the defendant was a possible career offender who faced up to life in prison.
United States v. Weatherford: The Government indicted Defendant on a drug conspiracy that carried a minimum 5 years and maximum 40 year term of imprisonment. At the preliminary hearing, Dimitri convinced the Judge that the Government had not shown that Defendant actively participated in drug conspiracy and was not merely present at the scene of a drug transaction. In rare move, the Court dismissed complaint against Defendant.
United States v. Henderson: Defendant was charged with social security fraud, and originally faced up to 5 years imprisonment. The case was dismissed after the client successfully completed pretrial diversion that Dimitri successfully negotiated.
United States v. Heath: Defendant was originally indicted for bank fraud and faced a recommended sentence of more than 10 years. Dimitri successfully negotiated lesser charges and client received only 2 years.
United States v. Bash: Defendant faced a recommended sentence of 9 years for theft and identity theft. After intense and ongoing negotiations, Dimitri successfully negotiated a plea for a lesser charge. Defendant was sentenced to an 11 months time-served sentence.
United States v. [Undisclosed]: Defendant originally faced a sentence of 10 years for drug charges. Dimitri negotiated lesser charges and client now faces less than 2 years in prison.
United States v. Hooks: Defendant faced 3 year recommended sentence for importing drugs into a federal prison. Dimitri convinced the judge to sentence client to Probation at sentencing.
United States v. Mitchell: Client initially faced a felony charge for health care fraud. Dimitri successfully negotiated a misdemeanor charge and a sentence of probation.
United States v. Moreno: Defendant was charged with immigration fraud. Dimitri convinced the federal judge to grant a downward variance to sentence his client to probation.
United States v. Arnold:Client was originally charged with sex trafficking crime, punishable by 15 years to life. Dimitri negotiated a plea agreement for lesser charges. At sentencing, Dimitri convinced the federal charge to sentence client to probation.
Lesser Sentences By Fighting the Guidelines
United States v. Gonzalez: Client faced a mandatory minimum of 5 years in prison. Dimitri won an objection with a rare and novel argument. Client received 3 years in prison.
United States v. Garcia: Defendant faced a recommended sentence above the statutory maximum of 20 years. Dimitri won a downward variance and client sentenced to 10 years.United States v. McMahan: Defendant was charged with federal drug conspiracy. Dimitri was able to win an objection during his sentencing, and reduced his sentence by 2 years.United States v. Craven: Defendant was charged for mail theft and faced a recommended of 3 years. Defendant was able to obtain a below guideline sentence of time-served (14 months).