State v. Morris
Felony Domestic Violence
Crazy ex-girlfriend falsely testified she was violently attacked by Defendant. Through extensive cross examination the truth was revealed, and Defendant was found NOT GUILTY!
State v. Vanzandt
4 Counts Felony Drug Trafficking
State wrongly accused the Defendant of selling drugs because of accusations from a drug addict being paid by a small police department. Through extensive cross examination and the testimony of the Defendant, the truth was revealed, and Defendant was found NOT GUILTY!
State v. Dickey
Felonious Assault of Police Officer
One of the most difficult cases to take to trial because the accusation is against a police officer exaggerating about his injuries and what happened. Although this case came back HUNG because of the sensitivity toward law enforcement, the State agreed not to retry, and the charge was amended to a misdemeanor with probation versus years in prison for the original charge.
State v. Greenwood
Defendant was wrongly accused of cashing a check sent to her from an insurance company. Although the case came back Hung the State agreed not to retry and actually DISMISSED ALL THE CHARGES!
Commonwealth v. Baker
Commonwealth wrongly accused the Defendant of drinking and driving when the officer only found him in the Subway eating while his truck was in the lot. The Judge didn’t even let the Jury decide. After the Commonwealth rested, the Judge ACQUITTED the Defendant of all the charges!
State v. Gee
2 Counts Felony Drug Trafficking & 3 Counts Felony Drug Possession
Defendant was falsely accused of felony drug trafficking and possession when he was really just a barber in a shop with an unethical owner. Through aggressive cross examination of the police, the truth was revealed, and Defendant was found NOT GUILTY of all the charges!
State v. Ellis
Defendant was falsely accused of stealing drugs at a nursing home that was very poorly managed. After aggressive cross examination, the truth was revealed that the nursing home was the culprit and not the Defendant. Defendant was found NOT GUILTY of all charges!
Commonwealth v. Busch
Defendant was falsely accused of drinking and driving after a college basketball game where a security guard pulled him out and police wrongly accused him of drinking and driving. Through aggressive cross-examination of the police officer and honest testimony of the Defendant and passengers, the truth was brought to light and Defendant was found NOT GUILTY of all the charges!
State v. Thurmond
2 Counts Felonious Assault (with gun specifications); Carrying Concealed Weapon; & Gun on School Property (with gun specification)
Defendant was looking at 26 years in prison because he was wrongly accused of felonious assault against another man who was the true instigator. Through aggressive cross-examination of the alleged victim and police the truth was revealed, and the Defendant was found NOT GUILTY of both felonious assaults and all associated gun specifications; NOT GUILTY of the carrying concealed weapon; but guilty of the low-level felony for having a gun on school property with the associated gun specification. Defendant is now looking at a maximum of 2 years versus the original 26 years.