Client charged with one count of Domestic Violence against his girlfriend who alleged that he threw her through a very large fish tank in addition to other assaults. During the trial got her to admit that she had been drinking, had used a large rock to break the front of the fish tank, and lost her footing when the water rushed out causing small cuts on her legs. Jury deliberated for a brief period of time and acquitted client.
Client charged with one count of Domestic Violence after she called the police asking for help because her child’s father wouldn’t pull over and let her out of the car. She admitted on the 911 call that she “hit” him on the back of the head in an effort to get him to stop the car. She was in the car with her child’s father, his significant other, and two or three small children. During trial the alleged complainant, her child’s father, admitted to berating her by text on numerous occasions and even laughed at some of the worst messages. Client testified and again admitted to “hitting” alleged complainant in the back of the head in an effort to get him to stop the car. The jury deliberated and ultimately acquitted my client
Client charged with one count of Domestic Violence and one count of Malicious Destruction of Property after her ex-boyfriend called the police claiming that she had assaulted him and broken a light fixture. Client was approximately 5 feet tall. Her boyfriend was approximately a foot taller than her and approximately 100 lbs heavier than her. The couple had gotten into a verbal altercation inside of his residence which carried outside. While outside he claimed that she hit him in the face causing his glasses to fall to the ground. Client denied that she broke anything in his residence. During trial it was revealed that ex-boyfriend was trying to push client backwards down approximately six stairs. She tried to prevent being pushed down the stairs by grabbing ex-boyfriend’s face which caused his glasses to be knocked off of his face. Client testified and did not deny grabbing his face. The jury deliberated for a short time and acquitted my client on all counts.
Client was accused of sexually assaulting his mother’s boyfriend’s daughter. It was alleged that a relative witnessed the assault. A petition was filed against client and he began the court process. Client was evaluated and it was determined that he was not a high risk for reoffending nor was he considered a danger to anyone. Ultimately the matter was resolved with the consent calendar which means that client will not have a criminal record so long as he successfully completes a period of supervision.