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  • Defendant was found not guilty of all charges.
    People v JV The defendant was charged with multiple counts of aggravated battery after he hit two school security officers during a fight. One of the officers required 6 staples in his head as a result of the defendant throwing the officer against a wall. The prosecutor called 4 eyewitnesses at trial.
  • The defendant was found not guilty at trial.
    People v RG The defendant was arrested for domestic battery. The officers observed visible scratch marks and bruises on the victim’s neck. Photographs of the injuries were taken by the police. The defendant told the police that he grabbed his ex-girlfriend’s neck. A plea of not guilty was entered.
  • Defendant was found not guilty of all charges.
    People v EA The police recovered a loaded handgun during a search of the defendant’s home. The defendant is a convicted felony. He was charged with Class X (6-30) weapon charges. The police also recovered documents showing the defendant lived at the residence at the time the gun was recovered.
  • The defendant was found not guilty of the charge
    People v QH The defendant was arrested following the execution of a search warrant at his home. The police recovered 3 guns from inside the residence. The defendant told the arresting officers that he owned the guns for protection. The police also recovered cocaine, a digital scale, and multiple ziplock baggies. A plea of not guilty was entered.
  • The case was dismissed.
    People v SB The defendant was arrested following a routine traffic stop. The police arrested the defendant for driving without a valid license. An inventory search of the car revealed a loaded gun in the car. The defendant’s criminal history classified him as an Armed Offender. Attorney FIne filed a Motion to Quash Evidence based upon an unlawful search of the car. The judge granted the motion to quash.
  • The defendant was found not guilty of murder.
    People v MC The defendant was charged with murder. Witnesses allegedly saw the defendant shoot and kill the victim. Multiple witnesses identified the defendant in a line-up identification procedure. Mr. Fine conduct an independent investigation and located a witness who contradicted the eyewitnesses. The witness testified at trial for the defendant.