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Client signed over a check to working materials from a legitimate company to another company. The second company believed that the check was forged because they didn’t recognize the company issuing the check. Without contacting my client, they called the police and had a warrant issued. Despite my client having zero criminal history, the officer went ahead and filed a felony charge. We straightened the situation out. Everyone receive what they needed to be fair. My client just wanted to do the right thing.
State seized client’s truck because they found drugs inside, but a subsequent search of his cell phone revealed that he was not indeed a drug dealer. Client was extremely happy to get his truck back.
Another terrible investigation. Officers relied upon the alleged “victim” who’s son had recently been dumped by my client. Investigating officer did not bother to speak to another person in my client’s apartment that looked almost exactly like my client.
Reduced to a misdemeanor shoplifting case when we showed that client had not in fact worked with her daughter as an accomplice.
After alleging that my client tried to embezzle almost a million dollars, the evidence showed it was all a sham perpetrated by the “victim”. After a year of dealing with a prosecutor too lazy to review his own case file we were able to prove that the case was awful, a new prosecutor took the case and realized there was no case.
After reviewing boxes of paperwork and hundreds of emails, I did not see a case that could be made against my client – even after she had already been arrested and charged with defrauding her employer for thousands of dollars. Finally convinced the government that the “victims” were actually out to get my client and there was no illegal activity.
The prosecution was unable to prove that our client had in fact received any funds in a fraudulent manner from the state government.
Showed the State that our client was actually the victim of an internet scam
Evidence shown to the Grand Jury that this case was not actually a felony charge; maybe a misdemeanor. No charges filed.
Client charged with felony using another person’s credit card account to purchase jewelry. We were able to show that my client’s deadbeat boyfriend was the actual suspect.
Evidence shown that client actually believed that he was working for a legitimate business.
We showed that there was insufficient evidence to convict our client.