FELONY ASSAULT, BATTERY, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
-Defended client facing 22 years in prison, charged
with felony recklessly endangering safety and felony aggravated battery; jury found client not guilty of all charges.
-Defended client charged with felony aggravated assault and disorderly conduct; jury found
him not guilty of all charges.
prosecutor to dismiss charges of felony battery, false imprisonment, sexual assault, and disorderly conduct charges, saving
client’s job and livelihood.
-Successfully argued for amendment
of felony reckless endangerment charge to be amended to civil ordinance based on police responding to unreliable information.
-Convinced judge to order dismissal
of felony battery charges after prosecution refused to comply with the law and the court’s orders.
prosecutor to reduce felony arson charges to criminal damage to property after demonstrating inconsistencies in witness statements.
-Successfully argued for suppression of all evidence, including burglary tools
and stolen items, based on abuse of probation officer's search authority.
deferred conviction disposition in felony burglary case.
FORGERY, BANK FRAUD
-Forced DA to dismiss criminal
forgery charges after defense cross-examination of prosecution witnesses proved testimony to be unreliable.
-Convinced prosecutor to dismiss all charges in felony fraud case based on evidence secured by defense investigation.
* The above
examples are real client cases handled by me, Attorney Kirk Obear. They are intended only as examples of past
successful casework and are not intended to be an indication of the likelihood of success in any other particular case. Just
because you have been charged with a similar offense, you should not assume that the result in your case would be the same
as any of those listed above. However, these examples are given to demonstrate the level of commitment and dedication to your
case that you should expect from my firm.