Acquittals At Trial

Acquittals At Trial

Our client was charged with first-degree murder and related firearm offenses. On retrial after the first trial ended in a hung jury, we were able to successfully challenge the Commonwealth’s evidence, and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty on all charges after only six hours of deliberations.

Our client was charged with first-degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm.  The Commonwealth claimed that our client shot and killed a man in the course of an attempted armed robbery. At trial, we challenged the prosecution’s witnesses as unreliable and its investigation as sloppy and biased.  The jury acquitted our client on all charges.

The Attorney General’s Office charged our client with conspiracy to commit procurement fraud and conspiracy to obtain an unwarranted privilege. Through a jury trial that lasted over a month, we successfully and vigorously challenged the evidence against our client.  After six days of deliberation, the jury exonerated our client of all charges.

Our client helped manage a regional family business. He and other family members were charged with multiple counts of federal mail fraud. Following a jury trial, all three defendants were acquitted on all counts.

Our client was charged with distribution of cocaine out of his home in Boston. Following a jury trial in Suffolk Superior Court, he was found not guilty of all charges.

Our client was charged in a multi-defendant federal indictment with murder in aid of racketeering. After a jury trial, he was acquitted.