Notable Cases

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While every criminal case is influenced by its own unique facts, some of the cases handled by our firm have resulted in:

  • Dismissal of federal indictment alleging operation of a chop shop and possession of vehicles with altered VIN numbers following successful motion to suppress.
  • Judgment of acquittal for a Georgia resident obtained after a two-week federal trial in fraud and money laundering charges;
  • Acquittal in a month-long federal racketeering prosecution;
  • Acquittal in a two-week trial charging a law enforcement officer with conspiracy to distribute 30 kilograms of cocaine;
  • Acquittal in an aggravated assault case employing battered woman's syndrome defense;
  • Acquittal in a multiple armed robbery prosecution;
  • Felony drug conviction vacated for non-citizen and deportation avoided in Georgia case;
  • Acquittal in a feticide by vehicle prosecution in Fulton County, Georgia;
  • Plea agreements for two years of probation after three-month federal trial on racketeering, fraud, and money laundering charges (Gold Club case);
  • Suppression of evidence and a dismissal of the charges in a number of drug cases;
  • Dismissals of the charges in rape, murder, federal fraud, and various other state and federal cases.
  • Dismissal of Georgia medicaid fraud and other felony charges on behalf of a Georgia pharmacist
  • Probation for an attorney in a federal fraud case in New York despite sentencing guidelines of 51 to 63 months.
  • Probation, with 6 months house arrest, in a federal antitrust case in Atlanta although the government recommended 10 months in custody.
  • Probation in 100 plus kilogram federal cocaine case in Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • Reversal on appeal of aggravated assault and aggravated battery convictions in Georgia, vacating a 14 year sentence on grounds of ineffective assistance of counsel.
  • Reversal on appeal of armed robbery conviction in Georgia on basis of failure to grant motion to suppress.
  • In the course of evaluating a whistleblower claim on behalf of an H1B worker, we determined he was a victim of qualifying criminal activity and obtained I-918 certification (relating to a U-visa) from the Department of labor, and we are submitting a U- visa application on his behalf. Persons, particularly H1B workers, who are the victim of specified crimes,e.g., witness tampering, obstruction of justice, involuntary servitude, peonage and human trafficking, may have similar recourse.

Most of our best results have been in cases that were never brought, were resolved quietly on substantially lesser charges or were dismissed.

Please contact us to discuss your individual situation.