Fighting for the Rights of the Wrongly Accused for over 25 years.
In Com. v. Williams, 2191 EDA 2016, Attorney Brose represented Mr. Williams on appeal and successfully overturned the lower court conviction when the Superior Court found that Mr. Williams’ registration requirement under SORNA violated the U.S. and PA constitutions.
A jury in Federal Court in Delaware acquitted our client of unlawfully possessing a firearm following a 2-day trial. The acquittal was gained despite police testimony that they saw our client toss the gun and they went right to where it was thrown and found it.
After a 3-day trial, a Delaware County jury found our client not guilty of the most serious charges: armed robbery and theft.
After a 2-day trial, a Northampton County jury deliberated for 2 days before declaring themselves hopelessly deadlocked. Our client eventually pled guilty to a lesser charge and a time-served sentence.
Our client was suspected of filing false tax returns and significantly underpaying income tax. After months of reconstructing the books and preparing evidence of our client's innocence, we persuaded the U.S. Attorney's office to drop the case.
Our client was charged with felony unlawful possession of a firearm, felony receiving stolen property, 4 counts of simple assault and several other misdemeanor offenses in Delaware County. After a bench trial, our client was found not guilty of all charges.
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