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Our firms values are embedded in honesty, integrity, passion, diligence and the ability to act quickly to preserve and pursue our clients’ interests. Mr. Rejali’s passion lies in representing the repressed and he will do anything to get his clients the justice they deserve.


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San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

Date: July 2015

Criminal Felony Domestic Violence

Description: Client on visa was not only facing a felony domestic violence, but also deportation from the country.

Result: Dismissed

San Diego Business Litigation Lawyer

Date: October 2014

Bahrami v. GIA et al.

Description: Client submitted stone for Grading to GIA. GIA withheld clients diamond by relying on a clause in their contract called "competing claims of ownership" and was alleging the diamond submitted for grading is the same or substantially similar one as a diamond reported stolen by a reporting party in New York.

Result:

Confidential Settlement.

San Diego Deportation Defense

Date: May 2017

Immigration-Removal Defense

Description:

Client from Mexico. After two and half years, we were able to convince the judge that our client merits receiving cancellation of removal for non-legal permanent residence to remain here with her three U.S. citizen children. 

Result:

Cancellation of removal GRANTED. 

San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

Date: May 2017

Felony Drug and Child Endangerment

Description:

Client was charged with 4 felony drug charges and a felony child endangerment facing 8 years in state prison. The search warrants were sealed. After we were hired, our attorney, Omid Rejai, Esq. filed a motion to unseal the warrants which was granted by the court. 


Our client was also undocumented, which was a big concern for her and for us.  


Result:

After a five month battle we convinced the District Attorney to dismiss all original charges filed against our client. Client plead to an amended count with no jail time. Best of all we were able to make sure that her chances of obtaining relief in immigration court were not tarnished. 

San Diego Car Accident Lawyer

Date: September 2017

Car Accident

Description:

Our client was involved in a collision when a driver carelessly ran a stop sign and T-boned her. The insurance company accepted liability but did not want to compensate our client fully for all of her medical expenses; her pain; suffering; loss of enjoyment of life; inconvenience; disfigurement; embarrassment; emotional distress; physical impairment; grief and anxiety. 

Result:

We filed suit and were able to successfully persuade the insurance company that our client deserves the full policy limit of $100,000 on her claim. 

San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

Date: February 2018

Felony Theft

Description:

Client was a green card holder who was not only facing 5 years in prison, but also the possibility of getting deported from the United States. 

We went through the preliminary hearing. During the preliminary hearing we were able to discredit the people's only witness. We subsequently filed for a motion to dismiss. The motion to dismiss was not granted. 

Result:

No jail time, client plead to a misdemeanor accessory after the fact. Best of all, he gets to stay here with his family and does not have to worry about any immigration consequences. 


Immigration Lawyer San diego

Date: December 2017

Green Card for undocumented immigrant

Description:

Our client was a mother of three who has been living in the United States for over 20 years. She was extremely afraid of going through the process of obtaining her green card because she certainly did not want to leave the country. After assessing her case, we determined a way to allow her to adjust her status without having to leave the United States. We were able to successfully convince the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that she is eligible to adjust her status without having to leave the United States. She obtained her green card in December of 2017 and could not be any happier that she does not have to be afraid anymore and would be able to legally work in the United States. 

Result:

We were able to successfully convince the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that she is eligible to adjust her status without having to leave the United States. She obtained her green card in December of 2017 and could not be any happier that she does not have to be afraid anymore and would be able to legally work in the United States.

San Diego Personal Injury Lawyer

Date: March 2018

Rear-End Collision Jury Verdict San Diego

Description:

Client had suffered disk bulges in the C5-C6 region of her spine. She had treated with a chiropractor for over two years. Defense did not dispute liability but disputed the extent and cause of our clients injuries. Defenses last offer was $12,500. The insurer was Farmers. We were hired 4 days before trial. We were able to extend the trial for approximately six weeks due to expert unavailability. 

Result:

$40,000 jury verdict for our well deserving client. 


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Court of Appeal Rules to Limit Amount of Money Private Court Reporters Can Charge

We all know how court reporters charge an arm and a leg for their services. I have always argued that the recent budget cuts have pierced into our clients constitutional rights of due process. Yes I know we can file for a waiver of fees because our clients don't have money to hire court reporters. But lets face it, they make the process so difficult that we don't even want to go through that.

Well, I'm happy that the court of appeals has now made the decision in Burd v. Barkley Court Reporters Inc., to limit the amount of money court reporters are allowed to charge by stating that the California government code does apply to them because they are considered official employees of the court when they get designated as court reporters to report a trial and therefore, they are not allowed to charge more than the mandated amount in the code.



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