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Doug Richards Obtains Rare Pardon for Client’s Felony Conviction

Richards Carrington co-founder Doug Richards recently joined a select group of attorneys in the U.S. who have successfully secured a pardon for a client, effectively wiping away a felony conviction. For Doug, a criminal defense lawyer, the case began when a client...

Real Estate Trouble

Chris Carrington was contacted early one morning by a man who said he was just hours away from losing his stake in a real estate deal. With the clock ticking, Chris was able to use his knowledge of contractual disputes to stop the deal in its tracks and get his client...

Crisis on the Coast

Following an environmental accident, Doug Richards was asked to represent the man overzealous prosecutors wanted to pin the blame on. Doug’s client was only doing his job, yet stood to lose everything. But as a former prosecutor himself, Doug understood the inner...

Criminal Charges Client Video Testimonial

In this case story, a client relates their experience working with Doug Richards of Richards Carrington. This client was facing two criminal charges: inner-city and white-collar crimes. He thought he was going to have felony charges on his record or worse, end up in...

Richards Gets All Charges Dismissed in Refugio Oil Spill Case

View the transcript In May 2016, a California grand jury indicted Plains All American Pipeline LP and one of its employees, James Buchanan, in connection with the May 19, 2015 Refugio oil spill in Santa Barbara. The Houston-based oil and gas infrastructure company...

Our Clients in Partition Case Avoid Forced Sale

The firm just tried a partition action in Weld County. A lot of people have asked me to explain a partition action; our marketing people said I should do that here. In our case, a mother conveyed agricultural land and water rights to her three children. The children...

Multiple Charges in Multiple Counties

A client’s family came to us regarding three open cases in three different counties. The charges involved: a new charge for felony drug possession; a violation of probation related to drug possession; and a DUI. We immediately worked closely with a local...

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