State v. H.R.

Attorneys Convince Prosecutor to Decline Charging Prostitution Case (2017)

State v. H.R. Our client was under investigation for solicitation of prostitution, where the supposed prostitute was actually an undercover police officer. Based on the client’s recollection of the facts, attorney Ryan Garry called the prosecutor and convinced him that the case would not survive a Florence motion to dismiss for lack of probable case,…

The Charges:

Solicitation of Prostitution

The Outcome:

Case Dismissed

State v. A.A.

Gross Misdemeanor DWI/Refusal Charges Dismissed before Trial (2017)

State v. A.A. Our client was charged with a Gross Misdemeanor Refusal to Test charge and a Misdemeanor DWI. We filed motions to dismiss for lack of probable cause blaming the other person in the car as the driver. On the day of the contested hearing, the prosecutor dismissed the entire case and our client…

The Charges:

Gross Misdemeanor Refusal to Test

The Outcome:

Case Dismissed

State v. R.L.L.

Felony Drug Case Dismissed (2017)

Our client was charged with Felony Drug Possession and Intent to Sell. We challenged whether the police officers had any legal reason to enter our client’s house and conduct an extensive search. The judge agreed with us and suppressed all evidence. Case dismissed. Click here to read the Court Order

The Charges:

Felony Drug Possession & Intent to Sell

The Outcome:

Case Dismissed

State v. D.D.

Third Felony DWI Client Gets Dispositional Departure (2017)

Our client was charged with his third felony DWI and was facing a presumptive commitment to prison for 79 months. Elizabeth and Ryan wrote a detailed 18-page sentencing memorandum, included numerous sources of mitigating information, and presented a witness from a treatment program at sentencing. The prosecutor requested the executed prison sentence and Ryan and…

The Charges:

Felony DWI

The Outcome:

No prison sentence

Pharmacist Drug Case Dismissed (2017)

Pharmacist Drug Case Dismissed (2017)

Ryan Garry represented a pharmacist who stole drugs from her employer. She was eventually caught and charged with a felony drug offense. After nearly a year of litigating the case, Ryan’s client resolved the matter with no conviction. Her record remains clean and she is back to work.

The Charges:

Felony Drug Offense

The Outcome:

Resolved with No Conviction

Incredible Dispositional Departure on First Degree Meth Case (2017)

Incredible Dispositional Departure on First Degree Meth Case (2017)

Our client had over 22 prior criminal convictions, all related to his 19-year habit of abusing meth. He then got charged with two felony First Degree Drug Charges, but due to an empathetic Judge, was released to an inpatient treatment center at his second court appearance. While in treatment, he turned his life around, finally…

The Charges:

Felony First Degree Drug Charges

The Outcome:

Departure and No Jail Time

Judge Dismisses Order for Protection after Trial (2017)

Judge Dismisses Order for Protection after Trial (2017)

The Petitioner, a police officer, filed an order for protection on behalf of a family member against our client. The affidavit alleged false sexual abuse by our client against the Petitioner’s sister. Mr. Garry filed a motion and memorandum to dismiss the Petition because it was deficient on its face, and the allegations alleged in…

The Charges:

Sexual Abuse

The Outcome:

Dismissed

State v. D.G. (2017)

State v. D.G. (2017)

We convinced the judge to completely dismiss the case despite a prior driving record.

The Charges:

Misdemeanor Driving After Suspension

The Outcome:

Dismissed

State v. A.G (2017)

State v. A.G (2017)

Our client was charged with DWI. We convinced the judge to dismiss the case because, after many months had passed since charging, discovery still had not been completed.

The Charges:

Gross Misdemeanor DWI

The Outcome:

Dismissed

State v. W.B. (2017)

State v. W.B. (2017)

Our client was charged with pointing a gun at another individual. We reviewed all the police reports and were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the case prior to the second court appearance. We laid out the entire case to the prosecutor, successfully convincing him that the “witnesses” either had not observed the incident,…

The Charges:

Misdemeanor Intentionally Point a Gun

The Outcome:

Dismissed

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