COMMONWEALTH V. E.T.
Client was charged with Felony Rape in Mason Co. Circuit Court, Mason Co., KY. Client was facing north of 60 years if convicted. Client insisted that he was being falsely charged by his ex-girlfriend of the rape. Commonwealth Attorney was not willing to offer any substantial reduction. We went to Jury Trial, where Client was found Not Guilty on all counts. Client went home with his family after trial.
STATE OF OHIO VS. D.A.
Client was alleged to have crashed his vehicle into a light pole and left the scene. The vehicle came to a stop approximately 300 yards north of the accident scene. The police responded and did not perform a proper investigation. Instead the arresting officer made several assumptions without proof. During trial Mr. Suhre cross-examined an officer who was on scene and he admitted that he did not believe his fellow officer had enough evidence to arrest the defendant. The jury returned a not guilty verdict on all counts.
COM. V. MICHAEL MUDD 19-F-867
Bulltt County (Shepherdsville) KY
- Enhanced Possession of marijuana (firearm) – Felony
- No motorcycle license
- Failure to comply with helmet law
- Operating with expired license
- And facing probation revocation on previous meth possession charge
RESULT: Felony and all other charges dismissed, $250 fine for not having license in possession – no jail and not revoked on other case
COM. V. MICHAEL YORK 17-CR-299 (MURDER) AND 17-CR-301 (ROBBERY)
Boone County (Burlington) KY
TWO CASES (both in Boone County)
- Murder and Tampering with physical evidence
RESULT: Murder amended to Tampering with physical evidence
- Robbery 1st degree
RESULT: Robbery case dismissed, Murder amended to tampering with physical evidence (10 years on two counts of tampering with physical evidence, parole eligible in 2 years)
COMM. V. BILL LAPASNICK
Mr. Lapasnick was driving home during the evening time when it was foggy and misty out. He made an incorrect turn and travelled for about 1 mile in the wrong direction on a divided highway. He self corrected and pulled into a neighborhood to wipe down the interior of his car which had fogged up. An off-duty police officer detained Mr. Lapasnick until on duty officers could respond. Mr. Lapasnick was not intoxicated but was arrested anyway. He was a commercial license hold as well as a US Army veteran. After a jury trial, he was found not guilty of DUI. He came in and did a two-part podcast with us which can be seen here: Lapasnick Video
ST. V. D.S. (S&A 7722)
3/6 OVI and driving under suspension. Case involved an anonymous tipster and an officer that would up not being available to testify at a motion to suppress evidence hearing. The case was dismissed in its entirety with prejudice. –Clermont County Muni 6/2016.
8906- COMMONWEALTH V M.W.
Not Guilty at Jury Trail. Gallatin County, KY multi car crash on the highway and allegation of driving under the influence of Adderall, failure to surrender revoked license, and possession of legend drug. Possession of legend drug dismissed before trial, empty pill bottles suppressed with motion in limine, and failure to surrender revoked license amended to no license on person $25 fine prior to trial.