Convinced federal prosecutors to dismiss a federal child pornograhy and obstruction indictment against our client, a lawyer, after filing substantive motions to dismiss based and challenging the government’s evidence and witnesses. We refused all plea offers and the case was dismissed the month before trial.
(U.S. v. L.H.)
Won a federal criminal jury trial for a client charged with being in a large-scale drug conspiracy. The client was facing mandatory life in prison if convicted. The jury found him “not guilty” on all counts, despite wiretap evidence and the testimony of alleged co-conspirators.
(U.S. v. V.W.)
Won a federal jury trial for a prison guard falsely accused of civil rights and obstruction offenses. Our client was facing 20 years in prison if convicted.
(U.S. v. T.G.)
Convinced federal prosecutors to dismiss a child pornography case a week before the trial was scheduled to begin. Our client was facing a minimum of 10 years in prison.
(U.S. v. M.K.)
Won a federal criminal jury trial for a client indicted on federal drug charges in Macon, Georgia. The judge granted our motion and dismissed all charges.
(U.S. v. T.S.)
Convinced federal prosecutors to dismiss two separate felony immigration smuggling charges against our client after finding a constitutional violation in the way police searched our client’s vehicle.
(U.S. v. J.K.)
Won a federal jury trial for a pilot falsely charged with importing several hundred kilos of cocaine into the U.S. from Mexico. Our client was facing life in prison if convicted.
(U.S. v. D.F.)
Won a federal criminal jury trial in Atlanta, Georgia for a client indicted for possessing illegal firearms. He was facing up to 10 years in federal prison.
(U.S. v. M.H.)
Convinced federal prosecutors to dismiss a federal drug case against our client in Macon, Georgia. We argued that the search of our client was unlawful and the government dismissed all charges. Our client would have been sentenced up to 30 years if convicted.
(U.S. v. G.D.)
Won a federal criminal jury trial for a U.S. soldier charged with firearm offenses in Savannah, Georgia. The federal judge granted our motion and dismissed all charges. Our client was facing up to 10 years in prison.
(U.S. v. N.D.)
Successfully resolved “pill mill” allegations against an Atlanta doctor. He was facing over 20 years in prison. We negotiated a misdemeanor plea with no jail time and no loss of license.
(U.S. v. S.M.)
Won a federal criminal jury trial for a deputy sheriff who was indicted on multiple federal charges in Georgia. He was found not guilty on all counts by the jury after a high-profile criminal trial.
(U.S. v. R.G.)
Successfully resolved a federal drug case in Atlanta when we helped convince prosecutors to dismiss an indictment against our client after he was arrested, but prior to the trial. The client was facing up to 20 years in prison.
(U.S. v. H.W.)
Convinced the federal government to dismiss a multi-million dollar fraud case against our clients in Atlanta a week before trial. Our clients could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
(U.S. v. V.R.)
Convinced a federal judge to sentence our client to probation in a theft of goods case from a military base. Our client was an officer who admitted involvement in the theft of government property. He was facing 10 years in prison.
(U.S. v. H.V.)
Successfully represented an elected official who was the target of a federal public corruption criminal investigation in Georgia. We kept the client from being charged with any crime.
(U.S. v. T.C.)
Convinced federal prosecutors in Atlanta, Georgia to grant our client immunity in a federal criminal investigation into police department corruption and abuse of power. Our client was a police officer initially identified as a subject of the investigation.
(U.S. v. B.B.)
Won a federal habeas appeal reversing our client’s maximum sentence on federal drug charges in Macon, Georgia.
(U.S. v. T.S.)
Filed a petition for certiorari that was granted by the United States Supreme Court. Our client’s sentence for a federal drug crime was reversed and remanded.
(U.S. v. T.E.)
Successfully resolved a federal drug conspiracy case against our client in Athens, Georgia. Our client was facing a mandatory sentence of ten years, but we convinced the government to allow our client to enter a plea to a lesser charge. He received straight probation for his involvement in this federal drug case.
(U.S. v. E.P.)
Persuaded Atlanta federal prosecutors to dismiss immigration fraud charges against our client the week before trial. The client was facing about 5 years in prison.
(U.S. v. S.G.)
Assisted a well-respected doctor resolve federal criminal charges for unlawfully distributing medications over the internet. The doctor was facing up to 10 years in prison, but we were able to negotiate a plea to a misdemeanor offense with no jail time.
(U.S. v. A.R.)
Successfully represented an attorney and former prosecutor in a federal mortgage fraud investigation in Georgia. The case was resolved for a lesser charge and a sentence of straight probation.
(U.S. v. S.L.)
Convinced a federal judge in Gainesville, Georgia to sentence our client, an independent insurance agent, to straight probation for his admitted involvement in a $400,000 fraud case. The sentence was well below the applicable sentencing guidelines.
(U.S. v. D.B.)
Successfully resolved a federal tax fraud case in Macon, Georgia by negotiating a sentence of straight probation for our client. She was facing up to 10 years in prison and a restitution amount of almost half a million dollars.
(U.S. v. L.B.)
Convinced federal prosecutors in Atlanta to not charge our client with mortgage fraud offenses after we arranged for the client to cooperate against the major players in a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud case.
(U.S. v. L.C.)
Resolved an international internet pornography investigation in the United States and Ireland. Our client was arrested in Ireland, but was later released and all charges were dismissed after we were retained to represent him.
Convinced the government to dismiss a federal RICO indictment against our client in Atlanta. We rejected all plea offers and maintained our client’s innocence until the case was dismissed 3 days before trial.
(U.S. v. J.S.)
Successfully resolved an Atlanta federal fraud case a week before trial by convincing the government to offer our client pretrial diversion. The case against her was later dismissed.
(U.S. v. M.F.)
Helped our client, a criminal magistrate judge, avoid prosecution after she was named as a target in a federal fraud investigation. We met with the federal prosecutors and they agreed not to arrest or indict her.
(U.S. v. W.W.)
Assisted a senior executive of a large multinational business who was served with a federal grand jury subpoena in a federal fraud investigation in Atlanta. Our client was not charged, and never even had to go to court.
Successfully represented an investment firm in a RICO investigation in Atlanta and Marietta, Georgia. We negotiated the return of over half a million dollars of funds seized by law enforcement. We also kept the clients from being indicted.
Helped our clients respond to grand jury subpoenas in a federal criminal bribery investigation involving the International Olympic Committee. Our clients were never charged with any crimes, and they did not have to appear in front of the grand jury.
(U.S. v. T.W.)
Successfully represented an investment advisor and CEO who was a target in a federal criminal fraud investigation. We kept our client from being charged with any crime.
(U.S. v. C.H.)
Resolved a criminal securities investigation in London for our client, a European foreign currency trading firm. Our client was not charged with any crime.
(WAS FSA Investigation)
Successfully represented an Atlanta law enforcement officer investigated for theft of official funds. We were able to keep our client from being charged.
(State v. R.H.)
Helped a client avoid federal prosecution in Atlanta after being named a target of a telemarketing fraud investigation. We met with the prosecutors, presented our client’s defense, and they agreed not to charge him.
(U.S. v. K.A.)