Case Results

  • All Charges Dismissed by Prosecution
    Abduction (Felony), Obstruction of Justice, Domestic Assault and Battery

    Investigated case and showed the charge of Abduction was based upon a miscommunication between officer and complaining witness, convinced prosecutor to dismiss charge without hearing. Showed obstruction of justice predicated upon the client asserting his constitutional rights and dismissed by prosecutor as well. Domestic Assault and Battery eventually dismissed prior to trial as well.

  • Felonies Dismissed
    Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana (Felony), Hit and Run (Felony), Reckless Driving

    Client struck the side of another vehicle and drove from scene, stopping a short distance later. The driver of the other vehicle followed and called police. Police arrived and located a small amount of marijuna in the vehicle and a larger amount in a backpack a short distance away. Clearly belonged to passengers, convinced prosecution based on weaknesses of case and Community Service done by client to drop all felonies and only convict on Reckless Driving.

  • Charges Dismissed
    Grand Larceny

    Reviewed discovery and located numerous holes in the Commonwealth's case establishing a theft had occurred, client completed STOP class and convinced prosecution to reduce charge to misdemeanor and then dismiss entirely.

  • Charge Reduced
    DUI and Refusal
    Client had an accident and was immediately arrested for DUI, blood test showed alcohol level above the legal limit. Showed the Commonwealth that there existed a strong probability of suppression of blood evidence due to lack of probable cause to arrest, case dropped to reckless with no license suspension.
  • Charge Amended
    DUI and Refusal
    Excellent example of our proactive approach providing dividends. Had client complete substance abuse evaluation and recommended course thereafter, also provided information on exemplary career of PC prior to this incident. That program completion proved to be the basis the prosecutor determined a reduction of the charge was appropriate.
  • Not Guilty
    Reckless Driving by Speed (130/55)

    Client was clocked by a State Trooper at 130/55 coming home from MGM in Maryland. Case proceeded to trial and due to an issue with the officer’s calibrations, no testimony regarding the speed was permitted resulting in a finding of Not Guilty