Motion to suppress evidence leads to case being dismissed.
John Doe was charged with distribution of a class B substance. After investigation into the case, Attorney White discovered inconsistencies between the police report and the physical location where the crime allegedly occurred. The case was dismissed.
John Doe was charged with identity fraud, disguising to obstruct justice, filing a false license application with the RMV, and forging/misusing an RMV document in the Roxbury District Court. White & Associates requested expansive discovery regarding the investigation undertaken by the investigating officer, and that request demonstrated that the officer had made a potentially false…
Aggressive work by White & Associates convinced a court to dismiss all charges for failure to comply with a court order
In 2014, John Doe was charged in the Quincy District Court with distribution of a Class A substance, specifically heroin, and a school zone violation. Several detectives were investigating drug crimes in the area. The police observed Mr. Doe enter the residence of a known drug dealer and pull off what they believed was a…
In 2014, John Doe was charged in the South Boston division of the Boston Municipal Court with distribution of a Class A substance, specifically heroin, and a school zone violation. Attorneys Veronica White & Ben Leatherman demonstrated that the Commonwealth was not ready to proceed to trial and that the evidence against Mr. Doe that…
Another victory for justice: White & Associates P.C. gets all charges dismissed for a man who wasn’t properly told of his rights under the law.
White & Associates gets all charges against their client dropped by exposing lies made by the police.
White & Associates gets all charges dismissed by demonstrating the district attorney’s lack of evidence against their client.
It took White & Associates only four days to have all charges dismissed against their client.