Stories of Justice

Stories of Justice

Names and citations have been omitted to protect the privacy of my innocent and wrongfully accused clients. Citations to the cases are available upon request. The following stories are based directly on facts and testimony presented at trial. No confidential information has been used to present these stories of justice.

State v. Another Political Prisoner in the War on Drugs

Sometimes a single, swift, butt-whooping can teach you much more than a thousand hard fought victories. That was clearly the case in my very first jury trial, which involved the alleged crime of Felony Welfare Fraud. The trial occurred a few months after becoming licensed to practice law. By the time I started representing my client, he had already been ...
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State v. Citizen Needing A Lawyer to Fight for Them Against the Government

This case was presented to a jury on November 14th and 15th, 2000. The facts relayed in this story come directly from testimony provided at trial. I had been practicing law for about a year at that time. After several jury trials, I was slowly beginning to understand the importance of the jury selection process. Factually and legally speaking, this was not a ...
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