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Our Firm Helps Client Get Federal Child Porn Charges Dismissed

February 18, 2022
Earlier this month, federal prosecutors in Virginia agreed to dismiss child pornography distribution and obstruction of justice charges against our client, a criminal defense lawyer, less than a month before the trial was scheduled to begin. The charges were brought against our client who was allegedly using sexually suggestive images of a minor to confront […]

Our Firm Wins Another “Compassionate Release” Motion to Keep Client Out of Prison

January 10, 2022
This week, a federal judge in Chicago granted a motion for a sentence reduction, often referred to as “compassionate release,” that we filed for our client—a 72-year-old man who had been sentenced to 78 months in prison for possessing child pornography. The judge reduced our client’s sentence to time served and ordered him to serve […]

Security Supervisor at US Embassy in Afghanistan Claims Private Contractor Failed to Properly Train Security Guards

September 6, 2021
Attorney Page Pate Discusses Whistleblower Complaint Against GardaWorld Federal Services Justin Fahn, a security supervisor at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, filed a whistleblower lawsuit claiming that his employer, a Canadian based private defense contractor named GardaWorld Federal Services, charged the United States government millions of dollars for security guards and …

Our firm represents DC and New York in opposing Georgia’s new voting law

August 14, 2021
Our firm is acting as local counsel for the District of Columbia and the State of New York in their support of the federal lawsuit filed by the United States Department of Justice against GA’s recent voting law. We believe this law was passed by the GOP controlled state legislature here in GA primarily to […]

Our firm secures $3 million settlement in civil rights case

July 27, 2021
Fernando Rodriquez was naked and unarmed when he was killed by police officers from the City of Hampton and Henry County, Georgia in 2019. Fernando was repeatedly tazed and eventually suffocated by the officers despite the fact that posed no threat to anyone. On behalf of Fernando and his family, our firm filed a Section […]