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The following are actual results I have obtained for past clients. Initials have been substituted for the names of the clients to protect their privacy, but, pursuant to Florida Rule of Professional Conduct 4-7.13(b)(2) (requiring that references to past results be objectively verifiable) the case numbers are provided. Prospective clients should be aware that each case is unique and they may or may not obtain the same or similar results.

Attempted 2nd Degree Murder (Discharge of a Firearm wth Great Bodily Harm) and Burglary with Assault or Battery while Armed with a Firearm (Both Punishable by Life in Prison)

State v. P.P., Case No. 53-2018-CF-002430

Client found not guilty at trial on both charges.


Possession of Child Pornography (10 counts), Video Voyeurism, Lewd Conduct

State v. B.S., Case No. 53-2018-CF-009310

Client found guilty of Video Voyeurism and 2 counts of Possession of Child Pornography. The Judge granted a motion for a Judgment of Acquittal on the remaining 8 charges of Possession of Child Pornography and the client was found Not Guilty of Lewd Conduct by the jury.


Domestic Violence Battery

State v. A.R., Case No. 53-2020-MM-007000

Client found not guilty at trial.


Domestic Violence Battery by Strangulation

State v. J.C., Case No. 53-2020-CF-009097

Dismissed by the State


Attempted 2nd Degree Murder (2 counts), Burglary with Assault or Battery (Punishable by Life in Prison), Shooting into a Vehicle, Battery

State v. A.B., Case No. 53-2019-CF-010893

All charges dismissed by the Court after the Judge granted our Motion to Dismiss, based on a finding that the client was justified in using deadly force.


Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Criminal Use of Personal Identification Information, Petit Theft

State v. T.W., Case No. 53-2021-CF-002592

Dismissed by the State


Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

State v. T.F., Case No. 53-2020-CF-002211

Dismissed by the State


Trafficking in Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

State v. N.P., Case No. 53-2020-CF-002228

Dismissed by the State after the Judge granted our motion to suppress all physical evidence


Burglary of a Dwelling, Grand Theft

State v. S.A., Case No. 53-2021-CF-002248

Dismissed by the State


Burglary of a Dwelling, Burglary of a Structure, Domestic Violence Battery by Strangulation

State v. J.W., Case No. 53-2020-CF-006001

Dismissed by the State


Burglary with Assault or Battery (Punishable by Life in Prison)

State v. J.W., Case No. 53-2020-CF-009669

Dismissed by the State


Tampering with Physical Evidence, Knowingly Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, Possession of a Suspended Driver’s License

State v. T.J., Case No. 53-2020-CF002898

Dismissed by the State


Burglary with Assault or Battery (Punishable by Life in Prison)

State v. K.C., Case No. 53-2019-CF-007747

Client found guilty at trial of the lesser charges of Trespass and Assault (both 2nd degree misdemeanors).


Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon

State v. G.A., Case No. 53-2017-CF-009678

Dismissed by the State


Trafficking in Methamphetamine

State v. V.J., Case No. 53-2021-CF-000173

Dismissed by the State


Domestic Violence Battery on a Pregnant Woman

State v. D.D., Case No. 53-2020-CF-007620

Dismissed by the State


Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Shooting into a Dwelling, Aggravated Stalking (2 counts), Child Abuse, Improper Exhibition of a Firearm

State v. V.T., Case No. 53-2019-CF-009790

Dismissed by the State


Possession of Eutylone, Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

State v. P.W., Case No. 53-2019-CF-001986

Dismissed by the State after the Judge granted our motion to suppress physical evidence


Trafficking in Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Giving False ID to Law Enforcement

State v. T.M., Case. No. 53-2019-CF-002768

Dismissed by the State after the Judge granted our motion to suppress


Burglary of a Dwelling, Assault

State v. R.B., Case No. 53-2019-CF-001530

Found Not Guilty at trial


Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

State v. R.S., Case No. 53-2018-CF-007462

Dismissed by the State after the Judge granted our motion to suppress physical evidence


Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement (9 counts), Discharge of a Firearm in Public, Carrying a Concealed Weapon

State v. B.R., Case No. 53-2019-CF-001096

Client found Not Guilty at trial of 8 counts of Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement, Guilty of 1 count of Simple Assault (a lesser of Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement), Not Guilty of Carrying Concealed Weapon and Guilty of Discharge of a Firearm in Public. Client was sentenced to probation.


Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

State v. J.H., Case No. 53-2018-CF-010155

Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia dismissed by the State the morning of jury selection, Client found Not Guilty on Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer


Felony Domestic Violence Battery

State v. C.A., Case No. 53-2018-CF-000809

Found Not Guilty at trial


Kidnapping, Felony Battery

State v. E.S., Case No. 53-2018-CF-005433

Dismissed by the State


Burglary while Armed, Attempted Sexual Battery, Armed False Imprisonment

State v. M.D., Case No. 53-2018-CF-004172

Dismissed by the State


Fleeing or Attempting to Elude

State v. C.R., Case No. 53-2018-CF-009832

Client acquitted by the Judge at trial


Luring or Enticing a Child Under 12 y/o for an Unlawful Purpose

State v. D.C., Case No. 53-2017-MM-006986

Client acquitted by the Judge at trial


Resisting Officers Without Violence

State v. T.C., Case No. 53-2018-MM-002069

Motion to Dismiss Granted


Fleeing or Attempting to Elude, Reckless Driving, Driving While License Suspended (HTO)

State v. C.B., Case No. 53-2019-CF-006644

Found Not Guilty at trial


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