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Case Results

Not Guilty

Aggravated Child Molestation

Client was accused of molesting his girlfriend’s niece. The child’s mother allowed her daughter to visit with the client for a weekend before telling him of the alleged victim’s outcry. The client volunteered to speak with the police and take a polygraph test, but the assigned investigator did not follow up for almost two years. The client chose to go to trial.

Not Guilty

Aggravated Child Molestation x 4

Client was accused of molesting his three young children. One of the alleged victims made an outcry after having committed a crude act against his own sibling. Through our investigation, it was discovered that the client’s estranged wife influenced the testimony of their children. We valiantly argued that the client was not the perpetrator of the alleged acts. The client chose to go to trial.

Not Guilty

DUI

Client was found asleep in his vehicle in a business parking lot. He admitted to officers that he had a few drinks earlier in the evening before driving, but pulled over to sleep it off. There was no evidence proving when the client had operated his vehicle or how much he had to drink prior to operating his vehicle. The client chose to go to trial.

Case Dismissed

DUI

Client was pulled over by an officer as he was pulling into his driveway. The client was placed in handcuffs and put in the back of another officer’s car. The client was then forced to participate in the field sobriety evaluations despite his firm refusal to complete the evaluations. A Motion to Suppress was filed due to client being detained and forced to complete voluntary evaluations.

Not Guilty

DUI Drugs

Client was found asleep in his vehicle in a gas station parking lot in the early hours of the morning. Officers woke him and started questioning him, and the client advised that he was just overly tired from recently starting a new job. The client also advised that he smokes marijuana occasionally. Officers performed field sobriety evaluations and determined the client to be under the influence of drugs. The client chose to go to trial.

Case Dismissed

DUI Drugs, VGCSA, Failure to Maintain Lane

Client was involved in a single car accident after losing control of her vehicle. She admitted to having smoked marijuana earlier in the day, but said she no longer felt the effects of the marijuana. The arresting officer performed field sobriety evaluations and determined the client to be under the influence of drugs. The client chose to go to trial on the DUI Drugs and Failure to Maintain Lane.

Not Guilty

DUI Less Safe

Client fell asleep at a railroad crossing while waiting for an early morning train to pass. Officers woke the client up and proceeded to question him. Client admitted to having had one beer earlier the previous evening, and completed the voluntary field sobriety evaluations. The client chose to go to trial.

Charge Reduced

DUI, Driving on Suspended License, Striking Another Vehicle

Witnesses observed client strike a vehicle in a business parking lot then proceed into the business. Officers were already present when the client arrived and began to question him. Client refused to answer any questions, and later refused to complete all field sobriety testing and blood and/or alcohol tests.

Not Guilty

DUI, VGCSA, Failure to Maintain Lane

Client was pulled over after crossing over the center line several times. There was marijuana visible on the client’s shirt and he admitted to the officer that he drank two beers and smoked marijuana prior to driving. The client chose to go to trial on the DUI and Failure to Maintain Lane.

Case Dismissed

Possession of Firearm by Felon, VGCSA

Client was on probation when involved in an altercation with his significant other. Police were called to the scene of the altercation after the client left, and discovered a firearm allegedly belonging to the client. A search warrant was executed on the client’s home where narcotics were found, but it could not be determined that the narcotics belonged to the client. The case was dismissed before trial.

Case Dismissed

Sexual Battery Against Minor, Enticing a Child

The client was accused of having threatened and inappropriately touched a minor female while inside a gas station convenience store. Several hours of surveillance footage review proved the allegations to be false. This evidence was presented to the assigned prosecutor at a pre-trial conference and the case was dismissed.

Charges Reduced

Vehicular Homicide, DUI Drugs

Client struck a motorized scooter that he was unable to see due to weather conditions. He did not realize that he struck a pedestrian and initially left the scene, but soon returned and was fully cooperative with law enforcement.