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Sometimes you’ve just got to fight.

Sometimes you’ve just got to fight. A recent fight I had was with a DA's office that was trying to railroad my client, an 18 year old female with no criminal record. While the People set about bringing attempted murder charges against my client, my office began to mount a defense. We uncovered clear video which showed the “victim” starting the fight using bleach and then a hammer. It also revealed my client never touched a weapon and never even so much as threw a punch during the melee. Despite sharing my firm’s findings with the Government, they said they were presenting the charges to the Grand Jury. If the Grand Jury decided to indict her, my client would likely remain in jail for a y

Giving Thanks to the Jury System

This week, a former client sent me a recent picture of himself with his two kids along with the simple words, ‘Thanks for helping me get my boys back.’ The client had been accused of committing a serious crime in front of his children and was thereafter arrested, indicted, and had his kids taken away. While the felony charges had very real consequences, nothing corroborated the claim against him- no video evidence, no physical evidence, no confession, no corroboration just the word of one person- his accuser. Through my firm's investigation we found out that the sole person saying my client committed a crime had lied to several prosecutors multiple times during the years the case was


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