Case Results

At Peters, Habib, McKenna, Juhl-Rhodes & Cardoza, LLP, we don’t just offer advice. We go above and beyond to pursue and achieve your legal goals so you can move on and reclaim your life. With a century of experience in California, our Chico attorneys have reached multi-million-dollar settlements and verdicts for our clients in cases ranging from construction accidents to mobile home violations, have obtained “not guilty” verdicts for both felony and misdemeanor cases, and provided successful defense in a wide variety of matters. We have won in trial, appellate, and supreme courts in California and in Federal Courts.

We can help you when you call us at (530) 342-3593 or contact us online.

  • $3,000,000
    Construction Injury
    Settlement on catastrophic construction site injury case for the policy limits of 3 million dollars. This hard-fought case was led by partners James McKenna and Lia Juhl-Rhodes.
  • $1,500,000
    Mobilehome Park Case
    Settlement for 19-unit mobile-home park for 1.5 million based upon violations of leases, mobilehome residency law, construction defect, and breach of habitability. Our attorneys, led by partners James McKenna and Lia Juhl-Rhodes represented the owners of 13 of the units in question.
  • Not Guilty
    Criminal Defense
    Partner Anthony Cardoza represented a client who faced felony charges of Domestic Violence and False Imprisonment. Prior to trial, Mr. Cardoza was able to get the charged reduced to misdemeanors by the Judge at the Preliminary Hearing. At trial, the client was found not guilty of all charges, including a lesser included charge of battery. After two days of trial, it took the jury less than an hour to find our client not guilty of all charges.
  • Gun Rights Protected
    Criminal Defense
    Partner Anthony Cardoza won a court trial in which the Government was attempting through a civil restraining order process to take a citizen’s gun rights away.
  • Millions For Mobilehome Clients
    Our firm has obtained millions of dollars for Mobilehome Park residents, representing hundreds of clients/residents to obtain money damages on their behalf. (This statement does not constitute a guarantee or prediction of results in any case)
  • Acquittal of Misdemeanor
    Criminal Defense
    Partner Anthony Cardoza represented a client who faced the charge of a misdemeanor count of spousal battery under Penal Code section 243(e)(1). If convicted, he could have faced one year of jail time, and he would have lost his right to own firearms, which would have then ended his longtime career. Due to Cardoza’s work, the defendant’s verdict was an acquittal of all charges.