The following results are not meant in any way to guarantee a particular result. These are merely results that have been achieved for past clients. O’Keefe Law cannot guarantee a particular result, nor can it advertise in such a way to give potential clients the impression that it can deliver a particular result. These are merely guidelines to help the public determine whether or not O’Keefe Law is capable of handling your legal problem:
October 2019 – Client charged with 2 counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct 3rd degree. After a 3-day trial, the jury deliberated for less than 10 minutes. They found the client not guilty in both charges. – Client from Calhoun County
September 2019 – Client started with two counts of bestiality, both carrying up to 15 years in prison. One of the charges was dismissed in district court. The client pled guilt to a reduced charge of Failure to Provide Animal with Adequate Care. He received no jail and a small fine. He will also be eligible for expungement down the road.
August 2019 – Drunk driving charge reduced to a civil infraction. Client maintains spotless criminal record. -Client from Grand Ledge.
August 5, 2019 – Client charged with drunk driving 2nd offense pled down to civil infraction for careless driving. W.S., -Client from Genessee County
August 2019 – Client charged with reckless driving and brandishing a firearm pled down to civil infraction of careless driving. F.A., -Client from Ingham County.
August 2019 – Client charged with Accosting a Minor for Sexual purposes and Using a Computer to Commit a Crime pled down to accosting; client receives no jail, 6 months probation, no sex offender registration, and the charges are dismissed entirely after 6 months. J.J., -Client from Saginaw County.
August 2019 – Criminal sexual conduct charges denied in Clinton County for client accused of criminal sexual conduct. -Client from DeWitt.
July 31, 2019 – Personal protection order successfully terminated by O’Keefe Law, allowing client to possess firearms. -Client from Eaton County.
July 19, 2019 – Federal drug conspiracy to deliver more than 500 grams of cocaine client sentenced to 46 months after facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years. -Client from Grand Rapids.
July 16, 2019 – Client charged with federal mail theft sentenced to no jail, probation, and short term of supervised release. -M.M., -Client from Eaton County.
July 2019 – Federal client charged with theft crime pleads guilty to misdemeanor, probation, and no jail. -Client from Lansing
June 2019 – Client in Lansing was charged with OWI, which was pled down to careless driving civil infraction. DUI was dropped and client only paid fine at window.
May 2019 – Two clients from Lansing were acquitted of trespassing https://amp.lansingstatejournal.com/amp/3683600002
May 2019 – Grand Rapids Client was charged with High BAC. Charges pled down to Operating While Visibly Impaired.
May 2019 – Clinton County Client charged with High BAC. Client has Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Pled down to a non driving misdemeanor. Client was able to keep CDL as well as served no jail time or probation.
April 2019 – Ingham County Client was charged with OWI. He pled down to a non-driving misdemeanor with no points, got to keep his CDL and did not get any jail time.
March 2019 – Client in Hillsdale County charged with CSC 3rd Degree, a 15 year felony. Client pled to misdemeanor simple assault, and does not have to register as a sex offender, no felony record.
March 2019 – Client in Ingham County charged with Embezzlement of more than $50,000 but less than $100,000. Client pled guilty to a misdemeanor of Embezzlement of more than $200 and less than $1000, paid restitution and was sentenced to fines and costs only; no jail, no probation.
March 2019 – Client charged with Operating While Intoxicated in Ingham County. Client pled to Operating While Visibly Impaired and received only 6 months’ probation and no jail.
March 2019 – Client in East Lansing charged with Driving Without a License. Client pled to Defective Equipment. If client avoids criminal charges for 6 months, charge will be dismissed.
February 2019 – Client charged with Attempted CSC 1st and CSC 4th in Hillsdale County, and charged with two counts of CSC 4th in Lenawee County. Successfully had charges in Lenawee County dropped, and client pled to one count of CSC 4th in Hillsdale County. Client was sentenced to 3 months in jail deferred upon successful completion of 60 months of probation.
February 2019 – Client charged with OWI in Eaton County. Pled to Operating While Visibly Impaired with no up-front jail time.
January 2019 – Client in Ingham County hired O’Keefe Law for a pre-charge CSC investigation. Successfully negotiated with the prosecutor’s office and the charges were denied.
December 2018 – Client from Washtenaw County had Attempted CSC 4th conviction successfully expunged from his record, and client was removed from the Sex Offender Registry.
October, 2018 – Client from Shiawassee County had sex offender registration felony dismissed after O’Keefe Law discovered that client was never advised that he had to register as sex offender.
September, 2018 – Client in Eaton County had CSC charges denied, and the CPS allegations were unsubstantiated.
September, 2018 – Client in Ingham County had OWI charge dismissed and reduced to a non-extractable misdemeanor, and he gets to keep his commercial driver’s license.
July, 2018 – Client from Lansing motion for early discharge probation granted.
August, 2018 – Client from Potterville Carrying Concealed Weapon client granted deferral under Holmes Youthful Trainee Act; no jail; if client successfully completes probation, charge will be dismissed entirely and will not appear on his public record.
July, 2018 – Client sentenced under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act for malicious destruction of property and possession of a controlled substance analogue.
July, 2018 – Criminal sexual conduct (CSC) accusation proven false; accuser investigated for false report of a felony.
July, 2018 – Driving privileges restored for client revoked for 2 DUIs.
July, 2018 – Operating While Intoxicated charge reduced to non-moving violation; no jail, no licensing sanction.
July, 2018 – Sodomy charge dismissed at preliminary examination.
July, 2018 – Successfully negotiated a settlement in federal court over a violation of the fair labor standards act.
June, 2018 – Operating While Intoxicated charge dismissed in its entirety.
June, 2018 – Domestic violence charge dismissed.
June, 2018 – Client’s possession of marijuana charge denied in favor of treatment.
May, 2018 – Client from Lansing Felony Fleeing and Eluding 3rd Degree charge reduced to misdemeanor, with a non-public record and no jail.
April, 2018 – Convinced a Prosecutor to decline charges of Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) on a client from Calhoun County.
Jan, 2018 – Client from Ionia County acquitted on five counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC).
Jan, 2018 – Client from Lansing found not guilty on 6 counts of Human Trafficking.
Dec, 2017 – Client from Eaton county found not guilty of 3 counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC).
Aug, 2017 – Client from Genessee County charged with Operating While Intoxicated gets charge dismissed and keeps driver’s license.
Aug, 2017 – Client from Ingham County charged with felony Manufacturing Marijuana gets charge dismissed in exchange for plea to misdemeanor with dismissal upon successful completion of probation.
Aug, 2017 – Client from Mecosta County gets retail fraud charge dismissed outright. No jail, no probation, no record of conviction.
Aug, 2017 – Client from Grand Rapids charged with OWI/High BAC gets deal for Impaired driving; no jail.
July, 2017 – Client from Big Rapids charged with possession of marijuana gets charge dismissed after successful completion of probation.
July, 2017 – Client from Eaton County charged with Domestic Violence case dismissed.
June, 2017 – Client from Eaton County accused of felony embezzlement gets charge diverted and dismissed during pre-charge negotiation.
June, 2017 – Client from Okemos successfully gets driver’s license reinstated after two-year long revocation.
June, 2017 – Client from Lenawee files successful appeal to circuit court based on illegal sentence passed in district court.
June, 2017 – Client from Lansing charged with Armed Robbery gets reduction in charge, youthful trainee status, no public record, with chance of dismissal upon successful completion of probation.
May, 2017 – Client from East Lansing OWI reduced to Reckless driving; no alcohol related driving conviction, no deportation.
May, 2017 – Client Andrew Lewis from Detroit – CCW felony case dismissed in exchange for plea to minor offense. No jail, no probation.
March, 2017 – Client from East Lansing charged with possession of marijuana dismissed. Client maintains spotless record.
Jan, 2017 – Juvenile client from Northern Michigan not charged with making terrorist threat due to false accusation.
Feb. 2017 – Client from Lansing charged with Assault and Battery earns dismissal of charge.
June, 2017 – Client from Okemos successfully gets driver’s license reinstated after two-year long revocation.
Feb. 2017 – Client from Haslett gets PPO violation dismissed by exercising right to remain silent upon advice of attorney.
Feb. 9, 2017 – client from East Lansing charged with two counts of assault and battery in Eaton County. Attorney O’Keefe successfully negotiates dismissal of both charges.
Dec 15, 2016 – client from East Lansing charged with CSC 4th and Domestic Violence. Attorney O’Keefe gets CSC charge dropped, no jail, no deportation.
Nov. 3, 2016 – client from Grand Ledge charged with with Operating While Intoxicated (MCL 257.625) pleads to a civil infraction. Attorney O’Keefe successfully negotiates dismissal of OWI.
Oct. 19, 2016 – Client from Lansing seeking driver’s license restoration. Attorney O’Keefe wins client full restoration of driving.
June 22, 2016 – client from Okemos charged with two felonies, obtaining prescriptions by fraud. Attorney O’Keefe successfully negotiates plea and deferred sentence wherein client receives no jail and a non-public record of conviction, with an opportunity for dismissal for good behavior.
May 13, 2016 – immigrant client from Columbus, OH. Charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. Attorney O’Keefe negotiates plea with Jackson County prosecutors including dismissal of felony charge. Client pleads to non-driving, non-drug offense. No points assessed against master driving record. No further jail. No deportation.
May 3, 2016 – Client from Lenawee county charged with failure to return rental property. Attorney O’Keefe successfully negotiates dismissal of charge in exchange for clients payment of restitution for unreturned children’s book to public library. Click here to view the news article.
March 29, 2016 – client from Allendale charged with felony murder and abuse of a vulnerable adult. Attorney O’Keefe successfully secures dismissal of all charges by prosecuting attorney.
March 14, 2016 – client from East Lansing charged with OWI in Ingham county. Attorney O’Keefe successfully files motion to suppress which earns client civil infraction. OWI charge is dismissed.
Feb. 16, 2016- attorney O’Keefe successfully obtains restoration of DeWitt clients driver’s license after 5 years without a license.
April 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe gets a client’s DUI reduced to a careless driving, resulting in no misdemeanor conviction, no license suspension, and no probation.
March 17, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe successfully gets clients DUI-High BAC (client was nearly three times the legal limit) reduced to Impaired Driving. The client kept his license and avoided any jail time.
February 26, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe successfully secures deferred sentencing for youthful client charged with possession of marijuana. Client maintains a spotless record upon successful completion of probation.
February 16, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe restores client’s driver’s license with full privileges.
February 11, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe successfully obtains Holmes Youthful Trainee Act for client charged with possession of controlled substance and theft crime. Client retains a non-public record and opportunity to have both charges DISMISSED upon successful completion of probation.
February 10, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe successfully convinces prosecuting attorney to DENY criminal charges for sex offense allegation against youthful client.
January 11, 2016- Attorney Patrick William O’Keefe successfully gains a deferred sentence and suppressed non public record under Holmes Youthful Trainee Act for client charged with disturbing the peace; no jail; client doesn’t have to report case to potential employers.