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Case 1: Burglary PDF Print E-mail
My client was accused of burglary and taking over $10,000 worth of jewelry from his neighbor’s home. The “facts” in the case were the following: there was no forced entry into the residence, the neighbor had a number of “attack” dogs who would only let people they were familiar with into the residence, and my client pawned jewelry that the victim’s wife identified as hers.
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Case 2: Burglary PDF Print E-mail
My client was working for an employer on renovating a house when a burglary occurred. The day of the burglary, my client had gone to a store with his boss and purchased several items. The site was secured and these items were hidden. That night someone broke in and stole these items from the house.
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Case 3: Theft of Services PDF Print E-mail
My client was living in a trailer and was without water while her then boyfriend had apparently tampered with the water meter and was stealing water. When officers investigated, my client allegedly admitted to knowing about the water, which she adamantly denied ever saying to me.
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Case 1: Burglary PDF Print E-mail
My client was accused of burglary and taking over $10,000 worth of jewelry from his neighbor’s home. The “facts” in the case were the following: there was no forced entry into the residence, the neighbor had a number of “attack” dogs who would only let people they were familiar with into the residence, and my client pawned jewelry that the victim’s wife identified as hers.
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Case 2: Burglary PDF Print E-mail
My client was working for an employer on renovating a house when a burglary occurred. The day of the burglary, my client had gone to a store with his boss and purchased several items. The site was secured and these items were hidden. That night someone broke in and stole these items from the house.
Read more...
 
Case 3: Theft of Services PDF Print E-mail
My client was living in a trailer and was without water while her then boyfriend had apparently tampered with the water meter and was stealing water. When officers investigated, my client allegedly admitted to knowing about the water, which she adamantly denied ever saying to me.
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