Case Results

Murder / Felonious Assault
State v. Tevin Biles-Thomas

Client was was identified as one of the alleged shooters at a New Year’s Eve party.  Multiple people were hit – two people died at the scene, and one died later in the hospital. We were able to prove that there was insufficient evidence to prove that our client was involved in the shooting.

Charges Dismissed
Drug Trafficking
State v. Beckwith, Cuyahoga County

Student charged with the manufacturing of ecstasy. No prior record. We aggressively represented client throughout the proceedings. Entered into treatment program geared towards complete dismissal of charges.

Plea and Record Expunged
Aggravated Theft
State v. Bailey, Cuyahoga

Client was accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of property. We negotiated a plea to a misdemeanor. One year late the matter was completely expunged.

Not Guilty at Trial
Domestic Violence
Rocky River v. D.F.

Client was charged with domestic violence against his wife. The prosecution offered to allow client to enter a plea to a count of assault, which is a misdemeanor of the first degree. Client would have faced up to 6 months in jail, lost his job, and lost his ability to support his family. At trial we prevailed.

Case Dismissed
Child Pornography
State v. J.S. (A juvenile) Youngstown

Retained to replace local counsel. Local counsel pushed for a plea to one of the sex related charges. Our firm fully investigated the matter, brought important pieces of evidence to prosecutor, result was a complete and total dismissal.

Significant Reduction, Probation
Aggravated Burglary
State v. Boscarello, Cuyahoga County

Client accused of high level felonies of violence. Client plead to a reduced felony and avoided jail time.

Not Guilty at Trial
Attempted Murder / Felonious Assault
State v. Brandon Betliskey

Client was accused with attempted murder and felonious assault for stabbing an individual with a knife during a fight.

At trial we demonstrated that the prosecution’s witnesses were unreliable, that they had motives, and that some of the witnesses had even assisted in the assault on Mr. Betliskey. The client faced over a decade in prison, and the prosecution had offered a plea of three to five years in prison.