Proven Results

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Jury Acquittal: Driving While Intoxicated

The Scenario: Our client’s breathalyzer test displayed more than double the legal limit (0.17%). She faced a potential year in jail. The Results: Before a jury, we demonstrated that the breath-test machine wasn’t perfect. The jury came back with a verdict of only a traffic infraction. Our client went home

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Successful Release: Out-of-State Warrant

The Scenario: A New York resident had no idea there was a warrant out for her arrest in Virginia. On her way back into town, she was detained at JFK Airport, then sent to criminal court, where a judge ordered her held without bail. That’s when her parents hired us.

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Case Dismissal: Attempted Murder

The Scenario: After a bar fight, the District Attorney charged our client with attempted murder. That’s when he hired us. The Results: We launched our own investigation, which revealed that our client had acted in self-defense. We found witnesses to corroborate our defense, and presented the evidence to the DA.

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Grand Jury Dismissal: Felony Weapons & Assault Charge

The Scenario: After a bar fight, the District Attorney charged our client with attempted murder. That’s when he hired us. The Results: We launched our own investigation, which revealed that our client had acted in self-defense. We found witnesses to corroborate our defense, and presented the evidence to the DA.

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Case Dismissal: Aggravated Harassment

The Scenario: A successful attorney had sent some not-so-pleasant emails to her husband’s mistress. This resulted in her arrest. The Results: We convinced the court that while the emails may have been rude, they were not criminal. As a result, we got her case dismissed, and she could continue practicing

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Dismissal: Felony for False Filing

The Scenario: When a truck driver hadn’t paid his traffic tickets, his commercial driver’s license was suspended. The DA’s office found that he was using a name that wasn’t on his birth certificate. This wasn’t his fault: it went back to his adoption as a child. The DA nevertheless charged

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