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Case Results

The Fogt Law Office, LLC values our clients' trust and works hard to accomplish the best result for each and every one of them. We love receiving referrals from satisfied clients as it means so much to us.

  • State v. Client (Criminal & OVI)

    September 2020

    Client was involved in an accident that caused serious injury to himself and his passenger. The police obtained a warrant for a blood draw. He was charged with aggravated vehicular assault and OVI. With our help, our client received community control sanctions (probation) and kept his job. Read On

  • State v. Client (OVI)

    August 2020

    Client was charged with OVI and a moving violation. The OVI was reduced to Reckless Operation, a 4th-degree misdemeanor and the moving violation was dismissed. Read On

  • State v. Client (Criminal)

    March 2020

    Client was indicted on 8 counts of rape, 12 Firearm Specs, 2 counts of kidnapping, 2 counts of aggravated robbery, and 2 counts of having weapons under disability. Jury was deadlocked after 4 days of trial. State later dismissed ENTIRE case. Read On

  • United States v. Client

    February 2019

    Client was indicted with 4 counts of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon with a maximum prison term of 10 years. Client plead to 1 count and sentenced to 4 years. Read On

  • State v. Client

    February 2018

    Client was indicted on Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity, a 1st-degree felony, Conspiracy to Engage in Pattern of Corrupt activity, a 2nd-degree felony, several drug charges, all 2nd-degree felonies, and several counts of Money Laundering, all 3rd-degree felonies. Client was facing a potential sentence of 117 years. Realistically, Client was likely to go to prison for 15-20 years. Client plead to the Conspiracy, one drug charge, and one money laundering charge and was sentenced to only 4 years in prison. Our office filed for Judicial Release and the Court granted it resulting in our Client having served just over 2 years. Read On

  • State v. Client

    July 2017

    Client indicted on two counts of first-degree rape and other sex offenses. After a 3-day jury trial, Client was found not guilty of one sex offense and the jury was deadlocked on all other counts. State later offered to settle the case for a misdemeanor non-sexual offense. Read On

  • State v. Client

    July 2015

    Client with a professional license was charged with several felony counts of Receiving Stolen Property, Forgery, as well as a felony count of Identity Fraud, and felony Theft. Client plead guilty to two counts of Receiving Stolen Property to lesser first-degree misdemeanors and received unsupervised probation. Read On

  • John Doe v. Client

    May 2015

    Our office was able to secure a favorable outcome and accomplished the Client's goals in her divorce. Read On

  • State v. Client (OVI)

    October 2014

    Client was charged with OVI and minor traffic offense. The OVI charge was reduced to a Physical Control and the minor traffic offense was dismissed. Client did not serve any jail time, was not placed on probation, and Client's license was not suspended. Read On

  • State v. Client (OVI)

    December 2009

    Client was charged with OVI and other traffic violations as well as misdemeanor drug charges. Client's OVI was reduced to a Physical Control and all other charges were dismissed. He was placed on 2-years unsupervised probation. Read On


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