As of September 1, 2018, Frederick has had more than 100 misdemeanor cases dismissed through his diligent pursuit of Justice for his clients.
Complaining witness story was destroyed after defense-attorney investigation located witnesses. The case was dismissed after the alleged victim was deemed to not be credible
Constable manufactured story that drugs were in client’s purse after search of car. Defense attorney submitted Motion to Inspect Evidence for purse and drugs. Neither item was in evidence room when defense arrived to inspect. State dismissed case when confronted with evidence of lying officer.
Client was accused of not updating his address with proper authorities. Law enforcement accused him of moving without evidence to support the allegation. Obtained client’s lease which listed address registered with proper agency.
Found credible witness to provide alibi for client. Witness was willing to testify and had corroboration for his version of events. Client was in the wrong place at the wrong time. After presenting evidence to support the defense theory, the State dismissed the case.
Alleged victim was found to have manufactured evidence and made up story as revenge against ex-boyfriend. Text and social media used to prove motive of complaining witness. Defense attorney shared information with the State.
Gun belonged to vehicle owner. Defense attorney obtained documents proving ownership gun and vehicle owner who had a legal right to possess a firearm. The law requires actual possession of a weapon. The mere proximity of a firearm being in a car is not conclusive evidence of guilt.
DNA profile did not match assailant. Defense attorney discovered evidence proving that client was no where near the scene of the alleged crime. Complaining witness continued to make false allegations but the objective evidence was contrary to her story.
Evidence found to be obtained without probable cause and Motion to Suppress for Illegal Search and Seizure granted by the Court. Without evidence, the State dismissed the case
A person convicted of a state felony may possess a weapon in his home 5 years after release from incarceration and completion of parole.
State could not prove that a robbery even occurred. Client was alleged to have entered the complainant’s apartment and commit robbery with a gun. No evidence that client was ever in the complainant’s apartment. Police report gave story that did not match the physical facts. The State dismissed the case.
State could not meet an essential element of the case as far as the identity of the driver of the vehicle involved in police chase. Defense attorney implored the jury to see if they could identify the driver by looking at the dash camera versus listening to the officer’s story.
Defense attorney requested that complainant re-enact how the client was alleged to have sexually assaulted her. By illustrating the impossibility of the act, the jury returned a favorable verdict.
Officer reported a gun was pointed at him by client. Officer let off 6 shots at client’s fleeing vehicle. Defense attorney obtained da
They had the wrong guy and could not prove he entered into the home which was burglarized
Complaining witness who was shown to be lying for revenge against client. Shared evidence of motive to lie with the State who then dismissed the case.
Located a text exchange where the complainant brags about setting up my client and his girlfriend. She completed this elaborate hoax to prevent my client from reporting a sexual assault committed by the complainant and her boyfriend. Complainant went so far as to go to the media to publicize her cast. The text had not been discovered by the defense attorney nor the State prior to the start of the jury trial. Once the State learned of the lie, the chose to dismiss during trial.
Child’s mother was ex-boyfriend of client. In viewing video of child’s interview, child was obviously being coached my mother. Developed witness list of over 15 people to destroy the false allegation of the mother.
Defense learned the identity of the person who committed the crime and presented to the State. After long battle, State finally agreed that client was not the person who committed the crime.
Mistaken identity proven by looking at the video surveillance. Close look at the video revealed the person handing the note to the receptionist had a gold tooth and the client did not. Additionally, the suspect was of a heavier build than the client