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Case 1: Aggravated Assault PDF Print E-mail
This client came to me after his first attorney withdrew from representation prior to the case going to trial. The client had never been arrested before and was being charged with aggravated assault, pointing a firearm at another, reckless conduct, and criminal trespassing. It was undisputed that my client shot the victim one time on his own property but facts leading up to the shooting were highly contested. We filed several pre-trial motions and raised the defense of justification.

The state originally offered my client a twenty-year sentence to serve five years in prison.  After the pre-trial motions, the state offered my client a twenty-year sentence to serve 365 days in a detention center. We refused and went to trial and my client was acquitted of all charges except the misdemeanor charge of reckless conduct. After the verdict, the judge tried to still make my client liable for “victim’s” medical bills.  I filed a motion to reconsider and convinced the judge to reverse his previous ruling saving my client thousands of dollars.
 
Case 1: Aggravated Assault PDF Print E-mail
This client came to me after his first attorney withdrew from representation prior to the case going to trial. The client had never been arrested before and was being charged with aggravated assault, pointing a firearm at another, reckless conduct, and criminal trespassing. It was undisputed that my client shot the victim one time on his own property but facts leading up to the shooting were highly contested. We filed several pre-trial motions and raised the defense of justification.

The state originally offered my client a twenty-year sentence to serve five years in prison.  After the pre-trial motions, the state offered my client a twenty-year sentence to serve 365 days in a detention center. We refused and went to trial and my client was acquitted of all charges except the misdemeanor charge of reckless conduct. After the verdict, the judge tried to still make my client liable for “victim’s” medical bills.  I filed a motion to reconsider and convinced the judge to reverse his previous ruling saving my client thousands of dollars.