Q.W was involved in a fight with another woman in an apartment
complex. Ms. Williams faced a potential of 20 years in prison; however,
after a week long trial, the a Fulton County Jury found that Ms.
Williams acted in self-defense and returned a not guilty verdict.
Mr. R.S was charged with attempted car jacking. Our defense at trial was mistaken identity and poor police investigation. After a week long trial, a Dekalb County Jury returned a not guilty verdict as to all counts.
charged with trafficking cocaine and possession of cocaine. Due to the
large quantity of cocaine, he faced upward 25 years in prison if
convicted. After trial, a Fulton County Jury did not believe that Samuel
was a party to the crime of trafficking cocaine and found him not
guilty; however, Mr. Hollis was convicted of a lesser offense of
possession of cocaine and his sentence was commuted to time served.
charged with armed robbery and other offenses where if convicted he
would have faced a minimum mandatory sentence of 10 years to life. After
several days of trial, a Fulton County Jury acquitted Mr. Harden of
armed robbery and the other offenses.
involved in an unfortunate vehicular homicide case occurring on
Interstate 285. After several days of trial, a Dekalb County Jury
concluded that Mr. Dolphin did not cause the accident which
unfortunately took the life of another driver. Despite the testimony of
several police officers and another driver, the Jury acquitted Mr.
Dolphin of vehicular homicide and failure to maintain lane.
charged with conspiracy to traffic several kilos of cocaine. After a
week long trial, a Gwinnett County Jury found Mr. Griffith not guilty.
charged with DUI and disregarding a traffic device. Mr. Pope performed a
breathalyzer test and a field sobriety evaluation. However, at trial,
the defense called into question the accuracy and reliability of the
breath test results, which ultimately convinced a Fulton County Jury to
acquit Mr. Pope of all charges. He was found not guilty.
charged with trafficking cocaine alleging that he discarded a large
quantity of cocaine from his vehicle prior to his traffic stop. After a
careful and precise cross examination of all the State's witnesses a
Dekalb County Jury found Mr. Logan not guilty of trafficking cocaine
wherein he faced upwards of 25 years in prison as a recidivist.
On February 26,
2015, V.S was charged with aggravated assault, alleging that he
physically assaulted and choked his live in girlfriend, who also filed a
TPO (protective order) against him. At the TPO hearing, the alleged
victim was revealed that she was dishonest as to the events. Mr. Seals
sat in a Clayton County jail for several weeks before getting a bond.
After the TPO hearing, we provided the District Attorney with a
certified copy of the TPO hearing transcript. Mr. Seals felony
aggravated assault charge along with transcript and the detectives
testimony was presented to the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury returned a No
Bill and Mr. Seal's aggravated assault charge was dismissed and his
criminal record restricted (expunged).
charged with trafficking cocaine, meth, and tampering with evidence. A
sifting cross examination of the State's police officer was done at the
preliminary hearing, the case was bound over to the District Attorney
office. After reviewing the file and the preliminary hearing transcript,
the DeKalb D.A.'s office dismissed all felony charges. Mr. Muhammad's
arrest for the charges have been expunged on his criminal history.