When an Iraq war veteran came to us needing help, we assured him that we would do everything in our power to seek justice in his case. Our client was charged with burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit aggravated assault. The state recommended seven years in prison for the offenses. The law enforcement also didn’t recommend probation, hoping that our client would serve the entire seven years behind bars. As the investigation went on, we were able to locate a witness the police had not been able to contact.
With the help of this witness, we carefully outlined what actually happened the day of the burglary, giving a clear presentation of what our evidence suggested. We also did a thorough investigation on the complaining witness, and were able to show the Grand Jury that there was no need for the case to go on to prosecution. With dedication and hard work, we convinced the jury to "no bill" the case. This means that they did not find sufficient evidence to take the case to the District Court. Our client’s case was also dismissed because of the lack of proof that he committed the crime. We are now able to get all of our client’s charges expunged.
This means that he will be able to effectively wipe the charges off of his record, leaving him without any criminal baggage that could cause difficulty when looking for a job, or applying for certain agencies or schools. If you have been charged with burglary like this client, then you will want reliable representation on your side. At Daniel & Hudson, we care about our clients, and want them to leave court with the best results possible. Talk to us today to get help on your burglary case or representation for any other crime.