Recent Case Results

Client testimonials can be found by clicking here.  Past results are not an indicator of future performance or what you may expect in your case.  Each case is unique and this information is only intended to convey some of our experience and some of our favorable case outcomes – not to mislead or misrepresent what you can expect in your case.  All of the case information can be verified by contacting the clerk of court of the county in which the case was resolved.


Felony Battery Charges Dismissed in New 2017 Case!

Charged with: Felony Battery

Our client was accused of felony battery on a elderly person. After investigating the matter, speaking with all witnesses, and reviewing surveillance videos, we were able to present enough evidence to the prosecutor's office to compel them not pursue any criminal charges against our client!  This was a long process that included using our knowledge as former prosecutors to achieve a great result.

All charges dismissed.


State v. J.M. (2012-761-A-O)

Charged with: DUI (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol)

DUI where we argued that client was improperly investigated for DUI, improperly coerced into refusing to do field sobriety exercises and refusing to provide breath samples at breath center. Argued that trooper did inadequate investigation. 4 total witnesses at trial. Jury deliberated for 1 hour and 15 minutes before returning a unanimous verdict of not guilty.

Outcome: Not Guilty


State v. N.H. (2011-CT-13652)

Charged with: DUI (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol)

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving after filing of motion to suppress.

Outcome: Case Reduced


State v. C.P. (CF09-4404)

Charged with: Child Abuse / Child Neglect

Neglect of a Child - My client was a school bus attendant and accused of leaving a child on the bus unattended. The State charged her with 3 crimes (including a felony). After months of litigation and case research, all charges were dropped after a successfully argued motion to dismiss.

Outcome: Dismissed


State v. V.P.Q. (CT09-724)

Charged with: Battery Domestic Violence

Battery (Domestic Violence) - Client arrested based on his girlfriend's statement that he hit her. My client insisted in his innocence. We demanded a trial and the prosecutor dropped the case on trial day.

Outcome: Dismissed


A.P. v. E.P. (DR08-13061)

Divorce

My client wanted to have his daughters live with him more than 50% of the time based on the mother's inability to provide a stable living environment. We hired a guardian ad litem to run background checks on everyone and return a report to the court. After the trial, my client got what he wanted - for his daughters to live with him during the week and no award of attorney's fees for the other side.

Outcome: Win / Favorable Verdict


In the Interest of B.R. (2008-CJ-7593)

Charged with: Lewd and Lascivious Exhibition

Lewd and Lascivious Exhibition (Felony) - Client was arrested for allegedly showing his privates to a girl in the boys' room at a school gymnasium. Depositions were conducted and motions to suppress were argued. In the end, we needed to go to trial on this case and the Judge granted a judgment of acquittal after the State presented their case in chief. All charges were dismissed.

Outcome: Judgment of Aquittal Granted (Case Dismissed)


State v. B.H. (2016-CF-002826-A-O)

Charged with: Aggravated Assault with a Firearm

Client was charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.  After months of negotiating with the prosecutor, I was finally able to convince them that the case was not worth pursuing.  All charges dismissed!

All charges dismissed.


R.W. v. Confidential Defendant

Charged with: Private Settlement

Client was sexually assaulted by a worker at a local massage parlor.  We immediately pursued action against the company, their insurance policies and the individual involved.  The end result was the employee getting criminally charged and we were able to settle the case for a significant confidential amount.

Private settlement reached – the amount our client received far exceeded her expectations.


State v. B.V. (2011-CT-13873)

Charged with: DUI (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol)

After various motions to suppress, charge of DUI reduced to reckless driving with no conviction and all infractions dismissed. Defendant's blood alcohol content was over .22 - almost 3 times the legal limit. Defendant passed out at the breath center before she could blow into the intoxilyzer machine - so the police did a blood draw on her at the hospital. Very hard fought case but well worth the wait.

Outcome: DUI reduced to Reckless Driving


State v. M.M-L. (2012-CF-011568)

Charged with: Grand Theft (Second Degree)

Grand Theft 2nd Degree - State had video evidence of alleged theft. Announced ready for trial. State dismissed charges on day of trial.

Outcome: Charges dismissed


2013-CF-16232

Charged with: Aggravated Assault w/ Firearm

Man got into a heated argument with his estranged wife.  He was accused of pulling a gun on her and pointing it in the air.  He was facing a three year mandatory prison sentence if convicted.

Outcome: Reduced to Misdemeanor. No jail time.


2013-CF132

Charged with: Aggravated Battery W/ Fireram, Battery (Domestic Violence), and False Imprisonment w/ Weapon.

Young man was accused of fighting with his girlfriend, pulling out a gun, and hitting her with the gun.  He was also accused of false imprisonment.

Outcome: Charges dropped


CF13-009041-XX

Charged with: Armed Burglary of a Dwelling, Aggravated Battery, and Battery

Man was accused of breaking into a house armed with a screwdriver.  The alleged victim says he was hit with the screwdriver during the incident.

Outcome: Charge Reduced.  Probation and no jail time.


2014-MM-018159

Charged with: Battery Domestic Violence

Young couple got in a heated argument after returning from a cruise.  Security called police and accused the young man of battering the woman.  We were able to get the State to drop all charges within a few weeks of the incident.

Outcome: Dismissed


2013-CF-5910

Charged with: Burglary Dwelling w/ Battery (Punishable By Life offense)

Young female got into a fight with her ex-boyfriend and allegedly broke into his home and punched him.  She was facing possible life in prison for this offense due to the seriousness of the allegations.

Outcome: Reduced to Misdemeanor; No Jail time; Probation sentence


2013-CF-1483

Charged with: Burglary w/ Battery (Life Felony)

Road rage incident where client was accused of attacking a man in his car.  Gun was pulled and was wrestled away but a shot was fired during the struggle.

Ouctome: Reduced to Misdemeanor; No Jail time.


2013-100282-CFDL

Charged with: Grand Theft > $20,000, Trespass on construction site

Client was accused of stealing over $20,000 worth of copper from a roadside construction site.  Police claimed eye witnesses identified him as the suspect.

Outcome: Charges Dismissed


State v. J.G. (2012-CF-004432)

Charged with: Sexual Battery (On a Physically Helpless Person)

Lead Attorney/Trial Counsel: Thomas Feiter. Second Chair Attorney: Amanda Sampaio. Sexual Battery on a Physically Helpless Person. State called 14 witnesses (including 4 expert witnesses) and the trial lasted 4 days. Jury returned with a verdict of NOT GUILTY after less than an hour of deliberations.

Outcome: Not Guilty (Jury Acquittal)


State v. J.C. (CT08-17330)

Charged with: DUI (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol)

DUI - Client stopped for driving without headlights as she was leaving a wedding reception. She had glassy, bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from her breath, according to the Deputy who arrested her. The field sobriety exercises were administered, my client was arrested and she refused to blow into the intoxilizer machine. We pushed the case to trial and obtained a verdict of not guilty.

Outcome: Not Guilty

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