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Client was charged with Burglary in the District of Columbia. The complaining witness stated she witnessed client inside her home attempting to steal various items. After a two day jury trial, the jury was unable to decide guilt or innocence. As a result of the hung jury, a mistrial was declared.
Client was charged with Carrying a Pistol Without a License (CPWL) in the District of Columbia. One officer claimed he saw client throw a gun into a nearby yard. After a (3) three day trial, the jury was unable to reach a verdict. As a result of the hung jury, a mistrial was declared.
DC's Metropolitan Police search client's car after a vague exchange of consent. The officers found 4 pounds of marijuana in the trunk. After a motion to suppress, the contents of the search was ruled inadmissible as the search violated client's Constitutional Rights.
Spiller, et al v Metropolitan Police
Clients were arrested for noise violation in Business zone district. We alleged the arrest was unlawful under current law and clients arrest was unconstitutional.