United States v. Rudy Andrews (D. C. Superior Court 2008) Mr. Andrews was charged with the homicide of a neighborhood drug supplier at a crack house in Washington D. C.
United States v. Darnell Dubose (D. C. Superior Court 2008) Mr. Dubose was tried twice in this Murder case known as the Tattooman Case. The first trial ended in a Mistrial in December 2007 with nine jurors voting for acquittal. The second trial in July 2008 ended in an acquittal on all ten counts.
United States v. Shiraka Evans (D. C. Superior Court 2008) Guns and Automobile Trial dealing with the aftermath of an alleged Armed Carjacking in Prince George's County, Maryland. Mr. Evans was acquitted on all ten counts.
United States v. Antoine Price (D. C. Superior Court 2007) Murder trial dealing with several Robinson Place, S.E. witnesses.
Cogent Systems v. Northrop Grumman et. al. (Superior Court - Los Angeles-Central District, CA. 2007) Represented small Maryland high-tech corporation whose proprietary information would have been compromised during the discovery process. Successfully obtained a Protective Order from the Circuit Court for Howard County, Maryland protecting the trade secrets of client Corporation.
Bhatia v. Blue Ridge Leasing, Inc. (D. C. Superior Court 2006) Defended used car dealership and its President in a civil class action case that resulted in a settlement on the day of Trial for a nominal amount.
United States v. William Robinson (U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia 2006) Mr. Robinson was charged as an alleged "Lieutenant" to the leader of the "M Street Crew" in this RICO conspiracy trial dealing with the distribution of controlled substances and accompanying violence in the NorthEast Quadrant of the city.
State of Maryland v. Irving Winslow (Circuit Court for Prince George's County, Maryland 2005) Mr. Winslow was charged with the murder of a 15 years old runaway. He ended up taking a plea to a sex offense and was sentenced to an "agreed-upon" term of five years in jail.
United States v. Malvin Palmer (U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia 2005) Mr. Palmer was charged with a RICO conspiracy involving several armed bank robberies in Washington D. C. and Prince George's County, Maryland.
United States v. Kamran Malik (United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit 2004) Represented Mr. Malik in an appeal from the USDC-EDVa in an attempt to withdraw his guilty plea.
United States v. Andra Lazenby (2 of 2) (D. C. Superior Court 2004) Mr. Lazenby was charged with a carjacking involving two police detectives.
United States v. Andre Lazenby (I of 2) (D. C. Superior Court 2004) Mr. Lazenby was charged with the alleged shooting of a drug dealer.
United States v. Ronald C. Forrest (U. S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Southern Division 2004) This case involved allegations of child pornography against the police chief of a municipality in Prince George's County, Maryland.
United States v. London Ford (D. C. Superior Court 2000) Mr. Ford was charged with the Murder in this so-called "Grandmother's case" dealing with the alleged shooting of Ms. Helen Foster-El, a grandmother who was shepherding children during a gunfight between two gangs. The twists and turns of the case involved Mr. Ford's best friend pleading guilty and testifying against him.
State of Maryland v. Dr. Bonnie Roberts (Circuit Court, St. Mary's County, Maryland 1999) Dr. Roberts was charged in the Homicide death for the alleged killing of her husband. Assisted out-of state Lead Counsel in the capacity of Local Maryland Counsel. The Maryland Court of Appeals reversed her conviction.
United States v. Norman Day (D. C. Superior Court 1999) The jury was deadlocked in this case involving allegations about Mr. Day driving a car into a bus stop near Gallaudet University, Washington D. C., resulting in the death of one person and injury to others. In a published pretrial opinion, the D. C. Court of Appeals placed restrictions on the Government's introduction of expert testimony. The Government eventually dismissed all charges,
United States v. Leon Crosby (D. C. Superior Court 1998) Mr. Crosby was charged in this Homicide case in the killing of a man who allegedly owed him money.
United States v. Michael McCullough (D. C. Superior Court 1998) Mr. McCullough and his codefendants were charged in this First Degree Murder case of an alleged witness in an unrelated homicide.
United States v. Marcus Wright (D. C. Superior Court 1997) Mr. Wright and his brother were the alleged leaders of the "Michigan Park Crew." He was acquitted on First Degree Murder and related charges in the killing of an alleged "upstart."
United States v. James Holston (D. C. Superior Court 1997) This three month long trial is commonly referred to as the "Stanton Terrace Crew" case. Mr. Holston was convicted of several gang-related drug and homicide charges. Convictions were reversed by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals in 2004 (based upon Confrontation Clause arguments made in 1997 - which became the law in 2004) and the case was remanded for a new trial.
State of Maryland v. Kelvin Powell (Circuit Court, Montgomery County, Maryland 1996) This case was known as the "Twins Case" where Mr. Powell was charged with the Murder of a gang member who was assaulting his twin brother in Silver Spring, Maryland.
United States v. Jonathon Carle (D. C. Superior Court, 1995) This First Degree Murder case concerned the unfortunate stabbing of Mr. Carle's best friend during a brawl over a basketball game.
United States v. Nidal Ayyad (U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, 1993-94) The trial in this complex federal case, commonly referred to as the first "World Trade Center Bombing Trial" lasted approximately six months. The Government put on 208 witnesses and introduced over 1,000 exhibits. Mr. Ayyad was indicted by the Grand Jury of capital crimes, but ended up receiving a lengthy term of years. Conviction was Affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
State of Maryland v. Jaime Pineta (Circuit Court for Montgomery County, MD. 1991) Vehicular hopmicide trial involving a drag race on Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, Maryland resulting in the deaths of two individuals.