• Commonwealth v. Dilworth

    Withdrawal of Felony and Misdemeanor charges

    Mr. Dilworth was accused of Felony Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Harassment, and Disorderly Conduct, all of which were misdemeanor offenses. Said charges arose from an incident where Mr. Dilworth allegedly attacked his roommate and hit him in the face with a lamp, which resulted in injury to the victim. After extensive negotiations, the District Attorney agreed to withdraw all Felony and Misdemeanor charges in lieu of a plea to a summary disorderly conduct citation. Mr. Dilworth was sentenced to pay a $100 fine.

  • Commonwealth v. Garcia


    Mr. Garcia was charged with Misdemeanor counts of Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, Recklessly Endangering Another Person, and Harassment. His prior attorneys refused to fight to prove his innocence at trial after he was accused of multiple assaults and threats to kill a female tenant residing in his home. After a three day trial, the jury acquitted Mr. Garcia of all misdemeanor charges. Despite the jury's finding, the trial court found Mr. Garcia guilty of Summary Harassment. He was immediately released from prison following the acquittal.