We have over a decade of results and sucssess, here are some of our most recent results.
State v. Rodney Vanatta, Franklin County, Ohio.
After a one-week trial, the jury found the client not guilty of the murder of his wife. The charges were filed after the client called 911 reporting that his wife had been killed while they were driving in a car, and a stranger ran up to the window and shot her.
State v. Dr. William Husel, Franklin County, Ohio.
After a 10-week trial, the jury found the client, an ICU intensivist, not guilty of 14 counts of murder which were all related to end-of-life patient care.
State v. Matheau Moore, Delaware County, Ohio.
After a two-week trial, the jury found the client not guilty of the murder and felonious assault of his wife.
State v. Kenny Phillips, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
After an eight-day re-trial, the jury found the client not guilty of 14 counts of attempted murder and felonious assault with gun specifications. The case was first tried to jury in 2007 with other counsel and then reversed in 2021, after the Eighth District remanded the case after determining that that the State had withheld exculpatory evidence at the original trial. Prior to being fully exonerated in 2022, the client spent 15 years in prison for crimes he didn’t commit.
State v. Josh Garrett, Muskingum County, Ohio.
After a two-day trial, the jury found the client not guilty of aggravated robbery, kidnapping, felonious assault, and domestic violence. All charges stemmed from a 911 call the client’s wife placed after the client told her he wanted a divorce.
City of Marion v. London Witte Group, et al., Grant County, Indiana.
After a two-week trial, the jury returned a verdict for $3.1 million dollars for the client, who sued their financial advisor for breach of fiduciary duties.