This was a tough one.  The client, whom I have represented before, was going to be charged with several violent felonies, including Felony Assault in the 2nd Degree, Strangulation, Obstruction of Breath, False Imprisonment, among others, stemming from an incident he had with his girlfriend.  The girlfriend had been taken to the hospital and was…

Client was indicted in Federal Court in Detroit, Michigan for possessing 3 kilos of heroin. At the arraignment he was facing a 10 year mandatory minimum. At the sentencing hearing yesterday, I was (gratefully) able to persuade the Honorable Judge Edmunds of the Eastern District of Michigan that incarceration would not be a just sentence;…

Client was an executive at a publicly traded company, charged with stealing a $1,650.00 bag from a store in Manhattan; video surveillance showed him rather cavalierly stealing the bag right under the nose of the salesperson. Not good. Client’s entire career was on the line and the prosecutors were not forgiving- plea to the charge…

Persuaded the prosecutor that the allegations did not make sense and that the case should be dismissed outright; no plea bargain would be accepted. Prosecutor eventually agrees and moves to dismiss charges in full. Client is a very good person and I am extremely happy for him. This is what he wrote to me after…

Adams also came to understand how important it was that his carefully crafted photos were reproduced to best effect. At Bender’s invitation, he joined the prestigious Roxburghe Club, an association devoted to fine printing and high standards in book arts.

ACD on Felony Charges where evidence was very strong for prosecution! A Grand Slam… Just got an Assault case dismissed on the motion of the prosecution. Convinced them my client was innocent and they did the right thing and dismissed. Cheers to ADA Lee Langston of the New York County DA’s office for his courage…

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One of the most frequently asked questions people have after they get arrested is will anyone else find out about it. Most often people are concerned that their employers or prospective employers will find out. The answer is complicated and depends on the situation. Read below to find out more. I. Federal Records Criminal histories…

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