No Prison Sentence in Mandatory Minimum Drugs/Firearm Case

No Prison Sentence in Mandatory Minimum Drugs/Firearm Case

Our client (F.P.) was charged with possessing drugs with a firearm. This charge calls for a 36-month mandatory minimum prison sentence. Thankfully, we were able to convince the judge to grant a downward disposition departure and sentence him to probation rather than the prison term. He served no further jail time.

The Charges:

Drug Possession With Firearm

The Outcome:

Probation

Charges Against Doctor Reduced to Disorderly Conduct (2019)

Charges Against Doctor Reduced to Disorderly Conduct (2019)

Our client, a doctor living in Washington, was charged with assaulting his daughter. The evidence was strong against him. His physician license was in jeopardy so a conviction would have been extremely problematic. Prior to trial, the prosecutor offered a disorderly conduct conviction with no supervised probation.

The Charges:

Assault

The Outcome:

Reduced to Disorderly Conduct

Prostitution Charges Continued for Dismissal (2019)

Prostitution Charges Continued for Dismissal (2019)

Our client, S.C., while working at an Asian Massage Parlor, was set up by an undercover police officer posing as a patron. She was ultimately charged with gross misdemeanor prostitution. The officers conduct allowed Mr. Garry to raise a defense of due process and entrapment. Rather than litigate the case, the prosecutor offered to continue…

The Charges:

Gross Misdemeanor Prostitution

The Outcome:

Charges Dismissed

Felony Drug Case Avoids Conviction (2019)

Felony Drug Case Avoids Conviction (2019)

Our client, C.F., was charged with a felony drug offense. The search of his vehicle was questionable, and the prosecutor offered a stay of adjudication which did not result in a criminal conviction prior the contested hearing.

The Charges:

Felony Drug Offense

The Outcome:

No Conviction

Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined (2019)

Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined (2019)

In 2018, our client (J.M.) was being investigated for criminal sexual conduct of a family member.  If convicted, he would have faced a presumptive commitment to prison of 144 months.  J.M. retained the Law Offices of Ryan Garry.  Mr. Garry’s investigators conducted an extensive investigation which was provided to the County Attorney’s Office.  Ultimately, formal…

The Charges:

Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Outcome:

Charges Declined

Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined (2019)

Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined (2019)

In 2018, our client (A.L.B.) was being investigated for criminal sexual conduct. If convicted, he would have faced a presumptive commitment to prison of 144 months. A.L. retained the Law Offices of Ryan Garry. Mr. Garry’s investigators conducted an extensive investigation, and A.L. passed a private polygraph examination. Ultimately, the investigating detective closed the investigation…

The Charges:

Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Outcome:

Charges Declined

Assault Charges Dismissed before Trial (2019)

Assault Charges Dismissed before Trial (2019)

In 2019, our client, G.L., was charged with 5th Degree Assault. Our private investigators obtained a statement from a witness who corroborated our client’s story. Ryan filed a Motion to Dismiss the case for lack of probable cause. At the pretrial hearing, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the case. All charges dropped.

The Charges:

Assault

The Outcome:

Charges Dismissed

Prosecutor Declined Criminal Sexual Conduct Prosecution (2019)

Prosecutor Declined Criminal Sexual Conduct Prosecution (2019)

Our client (J.M.) was being investigated for criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota. Our team conducted a through private investigation and interviewed witnesses the police officer neglected. The prosecutor declined charges after reviewing our investigation. After discussion with the prosecutor, the prosecutor declined to file formal charges and closed the case.

The Charges:

Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Outcome:

Prosecutor Declined To File Formal Charges

Assault Charges Declined (2019)

Assault Charges Declined (2019)

Our client (B.H.) was being investigated for assault in southern Minnesota.  Our team conducted a through private investigation and interviewed witnesses the police officer neglected.  The prosecutor declined charges after reviewing our investigation.

The Charges:

Assault

The Outcome:

Prosecutor Declined Charges

No Charges Filed (2019)

No Charges Filed (2019)

In 2019, our client (S.W.) was being investigated for criminal sexual conduct by a woman he dated. If convicted, J.C. would have faced a presumptive commitment to prison of 144 months. J.C. retained the Law Offices of Ryan Garry. Ultimately, the investigating detective closed the investigation without forwarding it to the prosecuting agency.

The Charges:

Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Outcome:

No Charges Filed

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