State of Florida vs. RS F02-34776
Mr. RS was accused of Armed Robbery with a deadly weapon. The alleged victim identified Mr. RS in court as the Man who had robbed him with a deadly weapon. Mr. RS was defended by Mr. Trevilla and was found NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. JP B03-4415
Mr. JP’s Life was turned upside down when the State of Florida charged him with 42 counts of Animal Abuse and Neglect. Mr. Trevilla was successful when he filed a motion to suppress and it was granted. However despite winning the motion to suppress the state insisted on prosecuting Mr. JP and proceeded to trial. Mr. Trevilla won the case and Mr. JP was acquitted after a jury found him NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. JP B04-504-50438
JP was charged with DUI. Mr. JP was arrested after being found asleep behind the wheel. The police claimed that Mr. JPs foot was on the break, the keys were in the ignition, and the car was running. The police also claimed that Mr. JP had thrown up on himself. Mr. Trevilla defended the case and on 1/25/05 a jury found JP NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. CH
Mr. Harris was charged with Armed Robbery. Mr. Harris was alleged to have held up a man walking to work and robbed him. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. Harris and a Jury found Mr. Harris NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. YR 454800W
Mr. YR was charged with DUI. The police alleged that Mr. YR smelled like alcohol and did not perform the Roadside exercises to standard. The police claimed that Mr. YR was DUI. Mr. Trevilla Defended Mr. YR and a Jury found YR NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. MV F05-29402
MV was charged with Attempted 1st Degree Premeditated Murder, Second Degree Murder and DUI Manslaughter. Mr. Trevilla defended MV. Mr. Trevilla was instrumental in getting the charges against MV reduced from Attempted 1st Degree Pre-meditated Murder, Second Degree Murder and DUI Manslaughter to misdemeanor DUI. Mr. MV is out of custody now and runs his own business.
State of Florida vs. GW. M99-32712
GW was charged with battery against a State Attorney. The case was filed as a misdemeanor. Four witnesses testified that Mr. Glenn was the person who attacked and battered the state attorney. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. GW. After a trial a jury found Mr. GW NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. HA 084723J
Ms. HA was Charged with DUI. A state trooper alleged that Ms. HA smelled like alcohol and had an open container in her vehicle. They also claimed that she failed the roadside tests. Mr. Trevilla defended and she was found NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. VG 529297W
Mr. VG was charged with DUI. The police claimed that Mr. VG smelled of alcohol and failed all the roadside exercises. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. VG and after a trial by jury found him NOT GUILTY.
State of Florida vs. JH M99-19951
Mr. JH was charged with Animal Abuse. The police claimed that the defendant abused his dog by beating the animal with a stick. The police allegedly observed Mr. JH beating his dog through a fence. Mr. Trevilla defended Mr. JH and after a trial on the merits Mr. JH was found to be NOT GUILTY