Felony Gun Possession Charges Dropped

We received a call at the office asking if we could help a young man who was facing 10 to 20 years in state prison based on the sentencing guidelines for felony gun possession charges.  He had been incarcerated on State Road (PICC) for the last 8 months due to a probation detainer.  Although he was unable to afford private counsel, he was desperate to win his case and get home to his children.  Because he had been referred to the firm by a former client, we decided to take his case at a discounted rate.  We conducted extensive discovery review and went to the scene of the car stop to gather any additional evidence that could help us with his case.  What we found was alarming and it was clear the police reports did not match the actual events.  The trial date had been set and his hopes rested on a motion to suppress.  As the case was called before the Judge, the Commonwealth withdrew the charges and agreed the evidence clearly indicated that the motion to suppress would have prevailed.  

Practice area(s): Criminal Defense

David H. Klayman

David H. Klayman, Esq. David focuses his practice primarily on criminal defense matters in both State and Federal court.  His experience is unparalleled and makes him a formidable adversary in the courtroom. After 5 years of honorable service in the United States Marine Corps., David spent a ...