California Department of Corrections v. McLaughlin
Client was on parole for a strike felonies. Client’s former employer fabricated false accusations of embezzlement and grand theft in an effort to prevent the client from testifying in a civil case that was pending against the employer. Client was immediately arrested and sent to San Quentin to await a parole violation hearing. Client was facing a return to state prison for a maximum of 6 months. Client was released from custody after the initial detention hearing.
After a heated parole violation hearing took place in San Francisco all pending charges against the Client were DISMISSED.