Jury found client not guilty in felony drug case involving police misconduct.
Client's naturalization case was approved, despite complicated history and multiple criminal charges.
A client hired us after being convicted of multiple assaults. We had the case reopened and both charges were dismissed.
Pardon granted for a young autistic man who was wrongfully convicted and sent to prison. Client's 50 year sentence was commuted and he was released home to his family.
Five-year old felony conviction reopened and dismissed, saving our client from losing his green card after 30 years in the US.
Our client was charged with malicious wounding after her estranged husband falsely reported that she attacked him. We took the case to trial, showing that he had initiated an argument and then claimed that she was the aggressor, as well as exaggerating injuries in his police report. The judge reduced the felony charge to a misdemeanor, and our client avoided a felony conviction and significant prison sentence.
Our client was falsely accused of fraud after a bad breakup. He hired us after having been convicted of felony fraud. We fought to reopen the case, by demonstrating that the alleged victim had lied in her testimony. The judge agreed to reopen the case, and the prosecutors later dismissed the charge without a trial. We immediately filed to expunge his record of the false charges.
We represented a school employee falsely accused of abuse of a student. After losing her job and livelihood, she hired us to appeal the case. We appealed it twice, showing that there was no evidence to support the allegations, and the family who accused her had ulterior motives. On the second appeal, the finding was reversed and the complaint dismissed and our client was able to clear her name.
*Every case is unique, and case results do not guarantee an outcome in all cases