Judge Revokes Plea Agreement and Stays Adjudication (2018)

Judge Revokes Plea Agreement and Stays Adjudication (2018)

A truly remarkable result … the first time Ryan has ever seen a Judge exhibit so much courage. Ryan’s client was charged with First Degree Sale of Cocaine, for selling a kilo to an undercover police officer. Ryan negotiated a very favorable plea agreement for his client, and the government agreed to stay imposition of…

The Charges:

First Degree Sale of Cocaine

The Outcome:

Stay Adjudication

First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined

First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges Declined (2018)

In 2017, our client (J.O.), a veteran in the Marines, was investigated for First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct charges after his former girlfriend accused him of sexually assaulting her. If charged and convicted, J.O. would have faced a presumptive commitment to prison of 144 months. J.O. retained the Law Offices of Ryan Garry, who conducted…

The Charges:

Sexual Assault

The Outcome:

County Attorney’s Office Decided to Decline Charging

Client Sentencing Reduced to Gross Misdemeanor

Client Sentencing Reduced to Gross Misdemeanor (2018)

At a client’s sentencing in Dakota County yesterday, the Judge rejected the government’s request for a felony sentence and granted the defense motion for a downward duration departure to a gross misdemeanor with no executed jail time. Our Client is, and has always been, a man of strong moral character. After realizing his mistake and…

The Charges:

Mortgage Fraud

The Outcome:

Felony Sentence Reduced to Gross Misdemeanor

State v. A.M.

No Charges in Criminal Sexual Conduct Investigation (2018)

Our client was accused of nonconsensual sexual intercourse, a crime if charged and convicted could have sent him to prison for 12 years minimum. Our client was insistent that everything was consensual. Our firm conducted an intense private investigation in the case and provided the investigation to the detective. Today we received a call from…

The Charges:

Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Outcome:

No Charges

Client's Third Degree Drug Charges Dismissed on Illegal Search (2018)

Client’s Third Degree Drug Charges Dismissed on Illegal Search (2018)

Client was charged with Third Degree Drug Possession. Ryan and Elizabeth reviewed the police reports and squad video transcripts and it was clear that the police officer illegally expanded the scope of the traffic stop by asking questions completely unrelated to the stop. Ryan’s cross-examination of the arresting officer showed that the officer’s justification for…

The Charges:

Third Degree Drug Charges

The Outcome:

Dismissed

USA v. L.G.

Federal Drug Case Sentencing Victory (2017)

Our client was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine in federal court. The Guidelines sentence called for imprisonment of 188–235 months. The government requested 188 months. Mr. Garry argued for the mandatory minimum of 120 months. After sentencing arguments, the court agreed with Mr. Garry and pronounced a sentence of 120 months, saving…

The Charges:

Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine

The Outcome:

Mandatory Minimum Sentence

State v. X.X.

High Profile Case: All Charges Dismissed (2017)

Our client was charged with Felony Riot and multiple counts of Felony Aiding an Offender After the Fact in a high profile shooting case. Our client’s prosecution triggered national and worldwide media coverage that lasted for months. Mr. Garry filed several motions and memorandums seeking to convince the Court that the charges should be dismissed…

The Charges:

Felony Riot, Felony Aiding an Offender After the Fact

The Outcome:

All Charges Dismissed

Drug Investigation

Drug Investigation Results in No Charges (2017)

Client was arrested and later released for pending drug charges. Search problems in the case allowed Mr. Garry to speak with the government and eventually convince them to decline the case for charging. Client was not charged.

The Charges:

Pending Drug Charges

The Outcome:

No Charges

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

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