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Successful Results

    • Client arrested for violent sex crime. After extensive investigation, we presented the prosecuting office with compelling evidence that the complaining witness lied about the alleged offense. All charges were dismissed prior to formal indictment.

 

    • Client arrested for DUI, with a blood alcohol concentration more than double the legal limit.  After thoroughly preparing the case for trial, we convinced the jury to find our client not guilty.

 

    • Client charged with felony murder. Following lengthy preliminary hearing, during which the lead detective was questioned exhaustively about his investigation, the charge was dismissed by the magistrate judge and our client was released from custody.

 

    • Our client was arrested for alleged sexual misconduct.  Private investigation clearly showed that no crime occurred.  The charge was dismissed and our client’s arrest was expunged.  (State v. M.L.) Read about the case on the Gwinnett Daily Post

 

    • Our client was tried for highly publicized homicide and attempted armed robbery.  Despite strong evidence of guilt, our client was spared a murder conviction when the jury failed to find our client guilty of malice murder and felony murder.  Our client ultimately was able to plead to a lesser charge and received a significantly lower sentence.  (State v. C.W.)

 

    • Our client was implicated for several sex offenses.  After extensive private investigation and sharing information with a case detective, our client was not arrested and no charges were filed.  (State v. D.A.)

 

    • Our client was arrested for armed robbery.  At a preliminary hearing, we demonstrated that the case detective lacked competent evidence to show our client participated in the alleged incident.  The magistrate court judge dismissed our client’s charges and released our client from custody.  (State v. J.M.)

 

    • Our client was charged with multiple counts of domestic violence.  During trial, we successfully impeached the complaining witness by highlighting prior, inconsistent statements.  The jury acquitted our client of these charges in less than 30 minutes.  (State v. B.J.)

 

    • Our client was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding.  At trial, we showed the jurors numerous inconsistencies in the arresting officer’s account.  After deliberating for only ten minutes, the jury acquitted our client of all charges.  (State v. G.D.)

 

    • Our client was charged with multiple counts of aggravated battery and aggravated assault.  During trial, we successfully challenged the alleged victim’s account.  The jury deliberated for only 20 minutes and returned not guilty verdicts on all counts.  (State v. E.S.)

 

    • Our client was charged with three counts of aggravated assault for shooting the alleged victim three times.  At trial, we showed that our client acted in self-defense and that the alleged victim had a history of violent behavior.  Our client was acquitted of all counts.  (State v. C.C.)

 

    • Our client was charged with various sex crimes, including rape.  During trial, we showed that the alleged victim lied about the incident, and got a jury verdict of not guilty on all counts.  (State v. A.B.)

 

    • Our client was charged with murder and aggravated assault based on a double shooting in front of a local barber shop.  We convinced the prosecutor that our client was merely present at the time of the incident and we were able to get all charges dismissed.  (State v. D.C.)

 

    • Our client was charged with multiple counts of murder, felony murder, and aggravated battery together with various drug possession offenses.  After an extensive investigation, we were able to show that our client was not responsible for the alleged violent acts, thereby saving our client from a lengthy prison sentence.  (State v. A.I.)

 

    • Our client was charged with several counts of felony murder and aggravated assault.  Incident resulted from turf war between rival drug dealers.  Our client, who was not affiliated with any of the primary participants, faced a 14-count indictment and the possibility of a life sentence.  We were able to get all charges dismissed except a weapons charge.  (State v. R.U.)

 

    • Our client was charged with aggravated sexual battery and four counts of child molestation.  We presented evidence that the alleged victim was not credible.  All charges were dismissed prior to trial.  (State v. R.G.)

 

    • Our client was a juvenile charged with armed robbery as an adult.  Following our investigation, we were able to get the case transferred back to juvenile court for disposition, thereby saving our client from an adult conviction and prison time.  (State v. C.W.)

 

    • Our client was a juvenile charged with two other individuals in multiple armed robbery cases.  Our investigation revealed glaring weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, ultimately leading to a dismissal of all counts.  (State v. K.W.)

 

    • Our client was accused of trafficking a large quantity of cocaine.  Prior to trial, we were able to show the prosecution that our client was not a participant in the illegal activity.  No formal charge was ever filed against our client.  (State v. N.B.)

 

    • Our client was charged with computer trespassing.  Our extensive investigation and preparation led to a dismissal of the case on the morning of trial.  (State v. B.S.)

 

    • Our client was indicted for weapons and drug offenses.  Our investigation showed that our client was merely a tenant at the incident location.  All charges were dismissed.  (State v. D.G.)

 

  • We appealed and won reversal of our client’s murder conviction following a successful argument before the Supreme Court of Georgia.  The appellate ruling was unanimous.  (State v. D.C.)

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To speak with Jim Michael about your legal matter, call 404-857-4059 or contact Jim online.  With offices in Atlanta, Jim represents clients throughout Georgia and the Southeast, including these counties—

  • DeKalb
  • Gwinnett
  • Fulton
  • Clayton
  • Cobb
  • Douglas
  • Henry
  • Hall
  • Newton
  • Rockdale
  • Walton