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  • State v. J.S.

    May 2023

    Challenged the evidence recovered in a vehicle search, revealing drugs. The Judge agreed that the search was bad and threw the case out. A big win for the client! Read On

  • State v. D.H.

    Client plead guilty to felon in possession of a firearm. We motioned for a sentencing departure, and the Judge agreed. Client was given probation rather than prison.  A big win for the client! Read On

  • State v. J.B.

    Client plead guilty to felon in possession of a firearm. We motioned for a sentencing departure, and the Judge agreed. Client was given probation rather than prison.  A big win for the client! Read On

  • State v. J.G.M.

    Client was charged with 3rd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct for allegedly raping a 15 year old girl. He was also charged with statutory rape for the sex. A jury found the client not-guilty of both counts, after successfully arguing that the sex was consensual, and that the client reasonably belie... Read On

  • State v. S.L.

    Client was charged with Felony Theft of Services and Misdemeanor Defrauding an Innkeeper. After the State presented their case to the Jury, I successfully argued to the Judge to enter a judgment of acquittal, finding that the State failed to prove their case. The Jury got to go home early. Read On

  • State v. R.F.

    Client was charged with Felony 2nd Degree Assault with a firearm, and misdemeanor domestic assault. A jury acquitted the client of the 2nd Degree Assault with a firearm, sparing client a prison sentence, but convicted client of the misdemeanor domestic.  This was still a big win for the client! Read On

  • State v. D.J.

    Client was charged with Felony Motor Vehicle Theft, and misdemeanor tampering with a motor vehicle. A jury acquitted the client of the felony theft, but found him guilty of the misdemeanor. This is still a big win for the client! Read On

  • State v. N.H.V

    Client was charged with Gross Misdemeanor Harassment and Disorderly Conduct. A jury found client not-guilty on all counts. Read On

  • State v. J.S.

    April 2021

    D.W.I Trial Jury Acquitted, Found Not-Guilty. Read On

  • State v. D.R.

    November 2022

    Not-Guilty on 5th Degree Drug Possession. Read On

  • State v. D.L.

    July 2022

    Client was charged with 5th Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. Jury acquitted client, and the client was found not-guilty. Read On

  • State v. R.K.

    December 2019

    Client was charged with domestic assault for allegedly threating to beat up his wife. The two of them were married for over thirty years, and during the midst of a contested divorce proceeding, the wife conveniently accused Mr. K of threatening her. It was a convenient way to force him out of the... Read On

  • State v. R.C.

    October 2019

    Client was charged with two counts of Gross Misdemeanor Domestic Assault, one alleging intentional bodily harm, the other committing an act to cause fear of immediate bodily harm. Client has a conviction for Domestic Assault which made both these charges Gross-Misdemeanors. In addition, the Judg... Read On

  • State v. S.P.

    June 2019

    Client was initially charged with a hit-and-run. Later throughout the trial, the State added in a DWI charge. There was no chemical testing, no field sobriety testing, no testing at all. Surely, it was worth taking to trial. The State insisted on a DWI plea, and I insisted on a careless driving ... Read On

  • State v. T.A.; T.A. v. Commissioner of Public Safety

    February 2019

    After winning the client's driver's license back in a civil Implied Consent hearing, Client pled guilty to a careless driving. All in all, client goes forward in life with no DWI on their record (criminal or civil) and no further jail time. Just some probation and fines. Overall positive outcom... Read On

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