The case against John Doe was circumstantial and based on suggestive identification procedures, which were exposed by a vigorous defense from Attorney Veronica J White. This resulted in a acquittal from the jury.
White & Associates’s client found not guilty after appeal court agrees with argument around joint venture
A bench trial results in an acquittal for a man charged with trafficking cocaine.
John Doe was charged in the Middlesex Superior Court with 2 counts of possession of a firearm without an FID card, 1 count possession of ammunition, 2 counts of possession of a loaded firearm, and one count of wanton destruction of property and was facing potential armed career criminal sentencing enhancements. Veronica White and Ben…
White & Associates wins a trial for their client and gets a not guilty verdict.
White & Associates wins a trial for their client because of their argument about the district attorney’s lack of evidence.
White & Associates convinced the court of the reasonable doubt of their client and got a not guilty verdict.
White & Associates gets a not guilty verdict for their client at trial in part by getting the prosecution’s main witness to admit that he couldn’t see the crime.
White & Associates’ vigorous defense of their client resulted in a not guilty verdict.
White & Associates gets a not guilty verdict for their client by challenging the credibility of the prosecution’s witnesses.