The Court reversed the first degree murder conviction of our client and ordered a new trial.
Our client was charged with open and gross lewdness. Catherine Hinton filed a motion to dismiss due to lack of probable cause to support the issuance of the complaint. The […]
We represented a college student who was accused in a Title IX Massachusetts university discipline proceeding with non-consensual sexual contact, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct. Following a hearing before a […]
Over the Commonwealth’s objection, the Court agreed to release our client charged with first degree murder on bail pending trial.
Our client, who was previously convicted in federal court of travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor and possession of child pornography, went before the […]
Our client, a law student, was accused in a university disciplinary proceeding with plagiarism. Based on a detailed submission to the disciplinary panel, the charge was dismissed.
Our client pled guilty to multiple counts of possessing child pornography and posing a child in a state of nudity. Based on the submission of a comprehensive dispositional package, including […]
We represented a client on appeal from his federal conviction for conspiring to distribute cocaine. Jamie Sultan and Kerry Haberlin persuaded the United States Court of Appeals for the First […]
After Cathy Hinton presented strong evidence of our client’s rehabilitation at a parole review hearing, the Massachusetts Parole Board issued a positive parole decision in his favor. Our client, a […]
Catherine Hinton persuaded the SORB to grant a new hearing to our client, who had been classified as a Level Three offender for 12 years, on grounds that his right […]