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Shaun Khojayan & Associates Case Success

Facing Deportation

DEFENDANT WAS FACING DEPORTATION FOR CONSPIRACY TO HARBOR AND TRANSPORT ALIENS

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Firm defended a client involved a charge of Conspiracy to Harbor and Transport Aliens to the United States, Transporting Illegal Aliens, and Harboring Illegal Aliens for Private Financial Gain. Specifically, our client’s involvement was limited to transporting illegal aliens to a nearby home. Defendant’s role …

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Money-Laundering

NON-PROSECUTION, PRE-TRIAL DIVERSION PROGRAM NEGOTIATED ON MONEY LAUNDERING FELONY CHARGE

LOS ANGELES, CA – May 2018 — A client was alleged to have structured more than $500,000 dollars. Mr. Khojayan and the Firm was able to negotiate a non- prosecution, Pretrial Diversion program for the client. Mr. Khojayan’s zealous negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in Mr. Khojayan’s client not getting …

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The client faced various consequences that would result in a felony drug trafficking conviction. Case was resolved with pre-trial diversion, no jail time.

CONSPIRACY TO DISTRIBUTE METHAMPHETAMINE CASE RESOLVED, NO JAIL TIME

LOS ANGELES, CA – April 2018 – The defendant in this case was charged with a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, distribution of methamphetamine as well as use of a communication facility in committing a felony drug offense. Specifically, the involvement was arranging a transaction totaling four ounces of heroin between …

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A Federal Indictment accusing Attorney Shaun Khojayan’s client of allegedly conspiring to distribute 26.8 kilograms of cocaine and 1,296 pounds of marijuana has been dismissed.

LARGE COCAINE AND MARIJUANA FEDERAL INDICTMENT DISMISSED IN THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

A Federal Indictment accusing Attorney Shaun Khojayan’s client of allegedly conspiring to distribute 26.8 kilograms of cocaine and 1,296 pounds of marijuana has been dismissed.   LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 – The defendant, a cabinet maker and an U.S. Citizen since 1977, faced 10 years minimum in …

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