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04/16/2018 19:12:46 +0000 State v. Maxton, client found not guilty of aggravated murder, murder, and felonious assault following 2-week jury trial. italicizing.

State v. Maxton, client found not guilty of aggravated murder, murder, and felonious assault following 2-week jury trial.

State v. Honeycutt, client convicted of state RICO charges resulting from drug trafficking investigation. Conviction reversed and client discharged on appeal.

State v. Brunswick, client, a police officer, found not guilty of stalking charges made by another officer.

State v. Widmer, following two, multi-week re-trials, client convicted of bath-tub drowning of his wife. Numerous articles relating to this case can be found by a google search for "Ryan Widmer".

State v. Buford, client found not guilty of drug possession when police discovered cocaine in the floor board of car driven by Mr. Buford.

United States v. Pryor, conspiracy and drugs charges dismissed after District Court suppresses all evidence seized during unconstitutional search of client's home.

State v. Dillon, client found not guilty of drug trafficking where alleged drug transactions recorded by police informant.

United States v. Hopewell, conspiracy and drug charges dismissed after District Court suppresses virtually all evidence, including clients statement to police as a result of unconstitutional searches by law enforcement.

State v. Steele, client-police officer, found not guilty of rape, sexual battery and intimidation. Charges based on allegations made by mother of individual arrested by client.

State v. Allen, client found not guilty of murder, and convicted of lesser offense of manslaughter where victim died from injuries sustained in a fall after being punched by client.

State v. Gantzer, client found not guilty of importuning and attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor in prosecution based on chat rooms communications between client and undercover police officer.

State v. Beam, client found not guilty of multiple counts of possessing child pornography.

State v. Smith, client found not guilty of multiple counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, where underage girls alleged they engaged in consensual intercourse with the client.

State v. Miller, client found not guilty of perjury based upon her testimony before the Hamilton County Grand Jury.

State v. Huffman, client found not guilty of multiple counts of possessing child pornography.

For additional information on this case see the following article:
Green Township woman cleared of perjury

State v. Tipton, client found not guilty of felonious assault stemming from a bar-room confrontation based upon self defense.

State v. Wallace, client, a retired police officer, found not guilty of D.U.I., following accident involving several parked cars.

State v. Randolph, client found not guilty of multiple counts of gross sexual imposition of his daughter.

State v. Rushlow, client found not guilty of three counts of negligent homicide and one count of vehicular assault after his SUV went left of center on interstate 75 striking oncoming traffic head-on resulting in three fatalities.

For additional information on this case see the following articles:
Speed focus in fatal I-75 crash trial
Speed is questioned in crash trial
Man who crossed median not guilty in fatal crash

State v. Allen, client found not guilty in multi-charge trial alleging his posting of race based hate fliers at Miami University.

For additional information on this case see the following articles:
Snow, Allen fate near
Ex-Miami students are found not guilty

State v. Snedegar, client found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault in the death of his infant daughter, after allegedly confessing to police.

For additional information on this case see the following article:
Dad exonerated in baby's killing, guilty in assault

State v. Kalejs, client found not guilty in multi-count indictment alleging aggravated arson, felonious assault, and aggravated robbery, following a March Madness party at a multi-unit apartment building.

State v. McCollum, client, a maintenance man at a nursing home, found not guilty of rape and gross sexual imposition on charges of assaulting a bed-ridden Alzheimer's patient, who was a resident of the nursing home.

For additional information on this case see the following article:
Patient assaulted at nursing home

State v. Hail, client found not guilty of aggravated burglary of elderly neighbors' home.

State v. McKinnie, client found not guilty of carrying a concealed weapon after himself being a victim of a shooting.

State v. Johnson, client found not guilty of felonious assault in alleged street shooting.