We have handled over 5000 cases in the last 12 years.
Here are just a few examples of the results we’ve obtained…

Not Guilty

RESULT2: CASE DISMISSED

RESULT: NOT GUILTY

State v. B.S. – Our client was facing a mandatory life sentence after being indicted for First Degree Murder for his alleged role in a drive-by shooting that lead to the death of the victim. Prior to trial, we filed several motions in limine to prevent the State from introducing evidence regarding our client’s alleged gang affiliations and past criminal activity. At the time of the incident, our client was subject to “ankle monitoring” which placed him at the scene of the crime at the time of the shooting. Ultimately, the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty.

RESULT: NOT GUILTY

State v. R.L. – Our client was charged with Statutory Rape and Abduction of a Minor. At trial, we presented evidence that the alleged victim was fabricating the allegations against him in order to obtain U-Visa papers for her and her undocumented parents. After less than two hours of deliberation, our client was found Not Guilty of all charges.

RESULT3: CASE DISMISSED
RESULT4: CASE DISMISSED

RESULT: NOT GUILTY

State v. G.M. – Our client was charged with Sexual Battery after the alleged victim accused the client of forcefully touching her body without her permission. If found guilty, our client would have to register as a sex offender for 30 years and lose all top secret clearance for his long-time career. At trial, our client was found not guilty after we successfully proved the alleged victim was not telling the truth and our client did not sexually assault her.

RESULT: NOT GUILTY

State v. M.K. – Our client was charged with Felony Common Law Robbery, Communicating Threats, and Assault on a Female when he was accused of running his girlfriend’s car off the road, smashing out her window, and taking property from her car. After pointing out serious flaws in the State’s case, the prosecution decided to dismiss the Felony Common Law Robbery and communicating threats charges, and we proceeded to trial on the only remaining charge – Assault on a Female. At trial, our client was found not guilty after we successfully argued that his actions did not meet the legal definition of Assault.

RESULT5: CASE DISMISSED