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CCLAWG was successful in getting a sex trafficking case dismissed. The
prosecution offered probation but CCLAWG tried the case to a jury. After
the jury hung the case, it was ultimately dismissed.
CCLAWG wins a reversal of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in the United
States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court reversed the 8th Circuits decision
on a Fourth Amendment violation in a drunk driving case. After the reversal
the parties settled the matter to CCLAWG’s client great satisfaction.
CCLAWG settles a privacy disclosure against major health care provider
for an undisclosed sum. The provider sent CCLAWG’s client’s
medical records to a third-party without client’s consent.
First Degree Sex Trafficking
CCLAWG represented an individual charged with First Degree Sex Trafficking
and multiple counts of Promotion of prostitution in the second degree.
After a five day trial, the jury could not reach a decision and the Court
released the client.
Sexual harassment and Sexual Assault
Student accused of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault in violation of
the University of Minnesota polices. CCLAWG represented student before
the University of Minnesota.
Mistreatment of Resident or Patient and also Criminal Neglect
Our client was charged with Mistreatment of Resident or Patient and also
Criminal Neglect. We took over her representation and filed for the charges
to be dismissed. After a contested hearing and a Memorandum of Law explaining
our position, the court agreed and dismissed all charges against her.
Our client walked away without a conviction and not one day in jail.
Felon in Possession
Departure to Probation
Our client, Mr. Jones, was charged with Felon in Possession involving a
shooting at a local bar. The sentence in this type of case is MANDATORY
60 months in prison for anyone charged with Felon in Possession. We filed
a Motion for a Dispositional Departure on his behalf arguing that he should
not got to prison. Based on our arguments, the court granted the departure
to probation. The client will not be sent to prison. In fact, he will
not have to spend more than the 4 days already served. Client, with tears
of joy in his eyes, walked out of court a happy and free man.
2nd Degree Drugs Possession
Description: Defendant is under surveillance by the Dakota County Drug
Task Force for suspected drug sales. He is stopped alone in his car and
his car is searched. Police discover over 6 grams of methamphetamine in
his car. He is charged with 2nd Degree Drug Possession. Case is taken to trial. Jury finds the defendant
not guilty in 3 hours.
First Degree Drug Possession
Case Dismissed by Court after trial
The DEA intercepted 2 pounds of methamphetamine being shipped to DEFENDANT's
house. A co-defendant pleads guilty to 118 months in prison and agrees
to testify against DEFENDANT Case goes to trial. Co-Defendant testifies
at trial the drugs where shipped to DEFENDANT for her to sale. DEFENDANT
is facing 84 months in prison if convicted. At the end of the trial, I
argued the case should be thrown out. Judge agrees and dismisses the case
before it even goes to the jury.
3rd Degree Drugs-Sales
Client was one of many charged during a drug sting. Client was facing up
to 68 months in prison if convicted. I would not back down on a discovery
issue. State is forced to dismiss the case.
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