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Case Results 2010
State v. C.D.,
C.D. was charged with violently raping his longtime girlfriend. The evidence in the case, however, suggested that he was not guilty of the accusation. His first attorney told him to take a 5 – 10 year offer and to go to prison.
C.D. fired first attorney and hired Shepherd & Osborne. Attorney Osborne represented C.D. at a 4 day jury trial. After 4 hours of deliberation, the jury declared C.D. NOT GUILTY of all charges.
State v. M.B.
M.B. was accused of stealing jewelry from her ex-boyfriend's residence. Attorneys Shepherd and Osborne put their investigator on the case. The investigator was able to uncover false statements made to police by so-called witnesses to the case. Once this information was made available to the prosecutor, the case against MB was dropped.
State v. A.S.
A.S. was convicted in district court for assaulting police officers, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct. The judge gave him 3 years in jail (three consecutive 12 month sentences).
A.S. appealed his convictions to the Superior court to be heard by a jury. He hired Shepherd and Osborne to represent him at his jury trial. After trial, he was found NOT GUILTY of all assault charges. He was only convicted of disorderly conduct. Due to his long record, he was given 6 months in jail on the disorderly conduct charge. A.S. was happy, however, to have received 6 months rather than the 3 years that he otherwise would have had to serve had he not appealed and been represented by Attorneys Osborne and Shepherd at trial.
State v. J.F.
J.F. was charged with DWI. The arresting officer was certain that JF had admitted to consuming 3 large mixed drinks. J.F. hired Attorney Osborne to represent her at trial (after firing her first attorney). JF and Attorney Osborne tracked down the bar tab (which showed that she did not consume 3 large mixed drinks). Attorney Osborne tracked down the bartender and an eye witness to testify on her behalf at trial. The judge found her NOT GUILTY.
State v. D.J.
DJ was charged with Felony Aggravated DWI for nearly killing his friend while allegedly driving while intoxicated. After several months of negotiations with the prosecutor, the felony was dropped and DJ pled to a negotiated misdemeanor charge.
State v. T.K.
T.K. was arrested and charged with DWI. She was initially stopped because she had pulled over to rest in a parking lot. An officer repeatedly insisted that she do field sobriety tests alongside the road. T.K. was then arrested.
During trial, Attorney Osborne was able to convince the judge to throw out the field sobriety tests. Half way through trial, the prosecutor realized the case was not going well. The parties reached a negotiated resolution by which the DWI was dropped and substituted with a lesser minor motor vehicle violation.
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