Recent Cases

Atlanta Turns to the Church Law Firm for Legal Analysis in the Trump RICO Case

August 31, 2023
Our firm has recently had the honor of being called on by several national and local media outlets to explain and analyze the legal issues in the RICO case brought against Donald Trump and 18 other defendants in Fulton County, Georgia. Since Trump’s indictment, Attorney Tom Church has been featured and/or quoted in national outlets […]

Our Firm Obtains $500,000 Settlement for Client Falsely Charged With Possession of Child Pornography

June 6, 2023
Superior Court of Thomas County in Thomasville, Georgia This week, our firm obtained a second major victory for a client who was falsely charged with possessing child pornography. After we obtained a dismissal of his charges last year, the City of Thomasville last week agreed to pay our client $500,000 to settle his claims for […]

Our Firm Obtains Not Guilty Verdict for Client Falsely Accused of Child Molestation and Sexual Battery of a Child

March 30, 2023
Yesterday in Lumpkin County Superior Court, our client heard the two sweetest words an innocent man can hear in a court of law—“Not Guilty.” Our client was falsely accused of child molestation and sexual battery of a child under the age of 16. The trial took almost two weeks and was tried by Tom Church […]

District Court Dismisses Wire Fraud and Obstruction Charges Against Government Employee who Allegedly Lied During Security-Clearance Renewal Proceedings

February 13, 2023
In a case that flew beneath the radar last year, a district court judge in D.C. dismissed a federal indictment against a government employee charged with wire fraud and obstruction after finding both statutes were applied too broadly in the case.    Paul Guertin was a Foreign Service Officer with the State Department when he […]

Supreme Court Ruling Provides Defense for Doctors Facing “Pill Mill” Allegations or Appealing a Sentence or Conviction

February 7, 2023
Last summer, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a significant ruling in Ruan v. United States that clarified what the Government must prove to convict a doctor accused of running a “pill mill,” which refers to a practice of doctors prescribing opioids and other controlled substances to people who don’t need them, such as drug users […]




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