Federal jury acquits client of 21 out of 22 counts in complex conspiracy, bank & wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft case despite testimony of two cooperating witnesses.
US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit rules in our client's favor deciding that Hobbs Act Robbery DOES NOT qualify as a "crime of violence" to trigger career offender enhancement under the current federal sentencing guidelines.
United States v. Richard Green
Appeal No. 19-4703
Oral argument 1/28/21
Not guilty verdict for client charged with animal cruelty after defending herself against an aggressive pit bull.
Entire 22-count indictment for drug and firearm offenses dismissed after circuit court judge granted motion to suppress based on violation of defendant's Fourth Amendment rights.
Obtained TWO separate appellate reversals in Maryland Appellate Courts for same client. Court of Special Appeals vacated client's 1st degree felony murder conviction and remanded for a new sentencing on remaining convictions. After client was re-sentenced, we appealed again and the Maryland Court of Appeals ultimately vacated an unlawfully imposed 80 year sentence.
Darryl Nichols v. State of Maryland
461 Md. 572 (2018)
Four federal clients' sentences recently reduced to time served after showing underlying medical conditions made each of them especially vulnerable to COVID-19
United States v. Damien Riley
856 F. 3d 326 (4th Cir. 2017)
Michael Hall v. State of Maryland
233 Md. App. 118 (2017)
George Johnson v. State of Maryland
228 Md. App. 391 (2016)
Delford Barnes v. State of Maryland
437 Md. 375 (2014)