A win for a defense attorney can be hard to define. Oftentimes, a win could mean we negotiate a fantastic plea deal after we file several motions and bar several pieces of evidence.
Or sometimes, we get a win for our client when witnesses fail to show up for trial. Trust me, all defense attorneys have these “wins” under their belt, including myself. These are important victories, don’t get me wrong. But to get the most out of your defense attorney, they need to be able to win at trial. This page will highlight cases that a jury or judge decided. It highlights cases where the government would not back off major consequences, but my client chose to make them prove it.
Every case is different and past results in no way indicate how a future trial or hearing would go.