Police received information about narcotics sales being made out of a house on 65th Street and utilized a confidential informant to purchase cocaine from that residence. The CI went to the location three times to purchase drugs. On the first two occasions, police claimed that M.D. opened the door for the CI, then went to.
Philadelphia police officers set up a narcotics surveillance on a house on Limekiln Pike, and observed several men enter a property with an empty shopping bag and then exit with the same bag now appearing to be full. These individuals were stopped where police found a large amount of marijuana from the shopping bag. Based.
S.C. and a friend were walking home late at night when two Philadelphia police officers spotted them, and because of their youthful appearance, thought they may have been in curfew violation. The officers claimed that after they got out of their car, both S.C and his friend fled on foot and that S.C. discarded a.
Philadelphia Housing Authority officers were in their marked patrol car when they allegedly observed T.M. run a stop sign near a housing authority property. After stopping the car, the officers claim that T.M got out of the driver’s seat and attempted to walk away from them. After drawing their guns on him, they ordered him.
Police on routine patrol observed T.G. as a passenger in a car that was being driven “without adequate lighting on the license plate” making it hard for the officers to read the plate. As a result, the officers initiated a traffic stop. The car pulled into a parking lot and before the officers could get.
L.F. was the subject of a weeks-long drug investigation. Police allegedly utilized a confidential informant to purchase crack cocaine from L.F. and a co-defendant on multiple occasions, which the police claimed they observed. Officers ultimately obtained a search warrant to search two residences that the police associated with L.F., which they believed were being used.
E.J. and his wife were going through a separation when the wife reported to police that E.J. had taken her back to his apartment against her will, choked her to the point she became unconscious, put a knife to her throat and stole her cell phone. Police took photographs of numerous red marks on her.
C.L. was shot in the leg and taken to Temple hospital. Police interviewed him as they do with all victims, and C.L. indicated that he was walking down an alley in Kensington when he heard an argument followed by gunshots. He stated that he was shot from behind but didn’t see who shot him. Police.
M.T. and his 16 year-old brother were arrested for Attempted Murder and related charges resulting from a shooting that occurred on the 1500 block of Gratz Street in Philadelphia. Two eyewitnesses gave statements implicating both individuals as the ones who fired 15 shots onto a crowded block, striking an 11 year-old boy in the process..
R.D. was arrested after police claim they saw him drop a baggie containing 54 grams of crack cocaine into the open window of a car in a high crime area in Philadelphia, and he was charged with Possession With Intent to Deliver. At trial, the officers claimed that as they turned onto the block, they.
V.B was pulled over in North Philadelphia for running a red light. Police asked V.B., who was the sole occupant of the car, for insurance and registration to the vehicle, which did not belong to him. After looking in the glove box and under the sun visor, V.B. opened the center console. At this point,.
Undercover police officers were on their way to a drug surveillance location when they observed the defendant and a friend drinking a beer on the steps of a property. They decided to stop and conduct an investigation, and claim that the defendant walked away from police and then refused to answer their questions. According to the.
A.L., a 63 year-old Air Force veteran who served in Vietnam and had never been arrested, was arrested after a vindictive neighbor upset over petty property issues reported to police that A.L. had threatened her with a gun. When police responded, they observed A.L. in his car with his legally owned firearm in his holster..
Police responded to a radio call for suspicious individuals inside of an apartment complex in Northeast Philadelphia. Upon their arrival, they saw D.A. who fit the description of someone who was banging on various apartment doors. Police questioned D.A. as to why he was in the building and he told them that he was looking.
Police responding to a radio call observed J.V. matching the description of the person they were looking for and holding a screwdriver. Officers told him to drop the screwdriver and as they were handcuffing him saw narcotics in his hoodie pocket. They recover 14 packets of crack cocaine and arrest him for possession of narcotics..
I.G. and his cousin were arrested for Robbery, Aggravated Assault and Conspiracy after police responding to a fight observed an unconscious victim on the sidewalk suffering broken bones in his face. The victim claimed the incident was unprovoked. However, the incident had occurred because I.G.’s 5 year old daughter came home crying because the “victim”had.
K.M., a juvenile, and his brother and two other boys were arrested for Sexual Assault, Aggravated Assault and related charges after a female youth claimed that they had shot her with a BB gun and forced her to perform oral sex on all of them. After securing K.M.’s release from juvenile custody to his parent’s.
R.C. was arrested after an unimaginably brutal home invasion of a young couple in Philadelphia. A male victim was duct taped, beaten and stabbed to within an inch of his life, and the female was taken to a remote location and sexually assaulted multiple times before she was finally able to escape and call police..
C.S. is arrested after police respond to a radio call for a person with a gun. Upon arrival, they interview a complainant who told them that C.S. pistol whipped him multiple times and then fled into a nearby residence. Police observed that the complainant had bruises and lacerations on his face and was missing two.
Police conducting a narcotics surveillance observed M.J. and 6-7 other men involved in a dice game on the sidewalk. During a thirty minute period, police claim three different individuals approach M.J. and hand him money. Each time M.J. would then enter a nearby car and retrieve “objects” and hand those objects to the “buyers.” All.
T.D. was arrested after several “witnesses” told police that he fired a gun at them. Police recovered shell casings from the scene and took pictures of a car that was damaged by bullet holes. Witnesses claimed that T.D. walked up the steps of a house and began pulling a gun out. The “victim” then tried.
A.S. was charged with Aggravated Assault and Possession of an Instrument of Crime after his own mother reported to police that he attacked her with a machete after becoming intoxicated. At trial, the defense attacked her ridiculous story that he swung the machete full force at her neck but only escaped injury when her hoop.
Police stopped a van being driven by H.C. for not using headlights. During the car stop, one of the officers allegedly observed three packages of what he knew to be heroin for a total of 495 packets. The officer claimed they were within inches of H.C.’s leg, and that no one else was in the.
J.M. was arrested after a Philadelphia narcotics sergeant and another officer on patrol alleged that they saw him in a narcotics transaction with two other males. The Sgt. claimed that as she was driving she saw J.M. hand another male a large bag of marijuana, who then placed the bag in a mailbox. When the.
D.W. was arrested after his ex-girlfriend reported to police that he intentionally drove his car into a wall in an attempt to seriously injure her and her five year-old child. She claimed to have suffered injuries to her head, neck and back, and claimed that the child was injured as well. Additionally, she produced an.
Philadelphia police on routine patrol receive information regarding a shooting that occurred three blocks away and based on that information stop a car being driven by W.C. Claiming that W.C. exhibited “extreme nervousness” and could not adequately answer the officers’ questions, W.C. and a passenger were detained and the car was searched. During the search.
Police on routine patrol observed a car driven by T.D. fail to use a turn signal. Due to the fact that T.D. did not have a valid driver’s license and the car was a rental, police asked him to step out of the car. At the same time, another officer noticed that the front seat.
Police were stopped in their car at a traffic light when officers claimed that they smelled marijuana coming from F.C.’s car, which was parked legally. As the officers approached F.C., they claim he made a quick movement under his seat. F.C. was removed from the car and police alleged that they recovered 24 packets of.
Police observed B.A. driving his car in West Philly in an area the police described as a corridor to the Philadelphia drug trade from the main line. Officers stopped his car after they claim he performed a “park up”, where a driver pulls over to avoid being followed by police. The reason for the stop.
K.M. went to pick his girlfriend’s 3 year old daughter up from daycare when the child told the workers that she didn’t want to leave with him because he had touched her “down there”. Police were notified and the child was interviewed by child psychologists, who concluded that the child had clearly disclosed sexual abuse.
J.R., who was on state parole, went in to the parole officer to meet with an agent. During the meeting, the parole officer took J.R.’s phone and searched it. On the phone, the officer observed photographs of large amounts of cash, and one photograph of a gun. Based on these observations, parole agents decided to.
Philadelphia police on routine patrol stopped G.P.’s car for a defective middle brake light. According to police, G.P. was taken out of the car for their safety, and during the course of the traffic investigation he pulled out a gun and fired one time at the officers. In response, the officers fired their guns at.
Police on routine patrol spotted a parked car being occupied by three males and N.T., a female with no criminal record. The police claimed that they smelled marijuana and saw clouds of smoke emanating from the car. As a result, they removed all of the occupants and in doing so observed a firearm protruding from.
A large fight that erupted outside of a house party tragically left one individual in a coma after he was kicked in the head, punched, and kicked multiple times. The victim lost eight teeth, had his jaw wired shut, and still has a metal plate in his face. C.C. was one of two individuals arrested.
Pennsylvania State Police pulled D.G. over on I-76 due to the fact that he had a “dead tag” on the car he was driving. Prior to towing the car, the troopers conducted an inventory search of the car and found a handgun that was wrapped in a barber’s apron hidden in a storage compartment behind.
Police pulled over M.J. in a car he was driving for a defective brake light. During the traffic stop, the officer claimed that he observed a cigarette in plain view that he knew was dipped in codeine syrup. M.J. allegedly handed the cigarette over to the police and then voluntarily handed over a whole jar.
Police officers observed C.F. run a red light, and after a high speed chase C.F. crashed the car he was driving into another motorist. He then fled and was apprehended several blocks away. After his arrest he was found to be in possession of heroin and crack cocaine. Police searched the car he was driving.
Philadelphia police investigating the sale of narcotics utilized a confidential informant on three separate occasions to purchase large amounts of heroin. Police alleged that M.E. was involved in each of the transactions, and that he was seen accepting money from co-defendants and that he was using a particular residence as a “stash house.” Police then.
Police set up a narcotics surveillance on the 3200 block of N.33rd Street. Officers claimed that L.B. left a dice game in an alley on two occasions to sell narcotics to separate buyers, and that they recovered drugs off of them. During the next two hours several other transactions were allegedly made by other dealers..
A pizza delivery man in Germantown called 911 after allegedly being robbed at gunpoint while working. The victim claimed that he was given a fake 100 bill in exchange for pizza and the change on the bill. A.Y. then allegedly threatened the victim with a shotgun. Police were called immediately, and after tracing phone records,.
After receiving a tip, police utilized a confidential informant to purchase marijuana from M.P. at his house on three separate occasions. Each time, police observed the transaction. After the third buy, police raided the residence and seized bulk marijuana, scales, money, proof of residency and a firearm that was behind a sofa. Due to M.P.’s.
A police officer in an unmarked car claimed he saw K.M. double park and then hand an unknown item to another individual in a parked car. That person “fled” the area and the officer stopped K.M. for investigation after he drove away. As the officer approached the car, he allegedly saw K.M. toss a baggie.
Police conducting a surveillance on 2300 Fawn Street in Philadelphia alleged that they observed A.W. and a co-defendant selling cocaine out of an abandoned lot to several unknown people. They were arrested near the lot, and police recovered a gun and numerous packets of cocaine from the lot. At trial, the officers presented an inconsistent.
A.A. and his brother were arrested for shooting at two individuals while they were in their car in this Northeast Philadelphia gun offense case. The two victims reported that they knew A.A. and the brother, and police recovered a bullet projectile from the side of their car. However, at trial the defense presented evidence that the.
On May 14, 2013, a man was shot in both legs in an abandoned lot. He was rushed to the hospital by police after losing consciousness, and fortunately doctors were able to save his life. However, he identified I.D. and another male, M.B. as the shooters in this almost homicide trial in Philadelphia. In his.
According to police, three officers were conducting a surveillance of an alleyway near Stella and Mayfield Streets in Kensington. They claimed that L.H. (a black man) conducted a drug transaction with a white man in the alley. They claim that they found one packet of cocaine on the white male which is considered a drug.
Narcotics officers received information about drug dealing on a specific block in West Philadelphia. Based on that information, they utilize a confidential informant to purchase cocaine on the block. Police claim they observed A.V. sell the informant cocaine on two separate occasions after first going into a house. Then, the following day, the observe A.V..
A man claimed that he was in a parking lot in Fairmount Park at 1AM when D.W. got out of his car and displayed a gun to him. The “victim” then allegedly drove away and D.W, followed in pursuit. The “victim” then stopped the car and D.W. allegedly produced the same gun and pointed at.
A man called police to report that his stolen wheels and rims were on a car being driven by D.S. The car was stopped by police and impounded. The Major Crimes Auto Squad determined that the wheels and rims were in fact stolen, as were several other parts to the vehicle. D.S. made statements to.
A Philadelphia Housing Authority police officer was on duty when he observed the front seat passenger in J.S.’s car throw an object out of the window. The officer stopped the car to issue a citation for littering and claimed that upon speaking with J.S. he observed that he had blood shot eyes and slurred speech..
Narcotics officers on routine patrol in the East Mount Airy section of the City observed J.D. riding a bike on the sidewalk at 1 AM. Believing that to be a violation of a City ordinance, police stopped him, searched him, and found 26 packets of crack cocaine in his pocket. The defense filed a motion.
Police responded to a call for a stabbing at the Greyhound station in Center City and found a man bleeding from the stomach. O.A. was arrested on scene and police recovered a knife from her purse. At trial, the complaining witness testified that he observed O.A. getting berated in public by her girlfriend. As an.
Police set up a narcotics surveillance in Germantown and observed M.J. and two other males allegedly involved in a drug distribution operation. Police testified that a co-defendant supplied drugs M.J. from an alley and that M.J. then supplied those drugs (crack cocaine and marijuana) to individual buyers, some of whom were stopped with drugs on.
J.K. was arrested for raping his 12 year old daughter over a period of several months. DHS removed all children from the house. The judge at the preliminary hearing found the child’s testimony “so disturbing” that he raised bail to 1 million dollars. After the preliminary hearing, J.K. hired LinkLaw to represent him. After securing.
Philadelphia police on routine patrol observed K.T. driving a car with a defective brake light in what they described as a “high crime area.” Police initiated a stop of his car, and according to the arresting officer he observed a blue pill in plain view that he immediately recognized as oxycodone and a drug offense.
Client was charged with aggravated assault in Philadelphia on a police officer, resisting arrest and other related charges as the result of an incident during a traffic stop. The police claimed that while they were investigating another driver, K.S. became agitated and started honking his horn. After one of the officer’s approached K.S.’s car, K.S..
In a case that was reported by the national news media, K.G. was arrested on two counts of attempted murder in Philadelphia and related charges after allegedly trying to kill one person, and inadvertently hitting a six month old child in the crossfire, causing massive injuries. The Commonwealth produced a total of four eyewitnesses who.
D.T. was arrested for possession with intent to deliver narcotics after police allege they observed him selling heroin to two individuals. Police claim they saw D.T. remove items from a Newport box that was hidden in a park fence and exchange those items for money with the two males. Police testified that they arrested D.T..
Police responding to a radio call for a burglary in process observe T.R. locking the door to a house and a hot water heater and other people standing on the landing. The “owner” of the house told police, and testified, that T.R. and the co-defendant did not have permission to enter the house and take.
The complainant testified that after starting a fight, H.C. shoved her face into a pot of boiling grease. The complainant suffered serious second degree burns on her face and scalp, requiring multiple skin grafts. If convicted, H.C. would have received a mandatory minimum of 10 to 20 years in jail due to this case being.
The defendant was charged with gun offenses (VUFA) after police alleged they observed her in the rear seat of a car with five other occupants dropping a purse that visibly contained a .45 caliber handgun. The purse contained the defendant’s drivers license and credit cards in her name. The defense successfully challenged the credibility of the arresting.
During the execution of a search warrant, Philadelphia police recovered over 5 grams of crack cocaine, scales and packaging material in W.K.’s house. Ordinarily, the Defendant would have been facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 3 to 6 years in incarceration based on the weight of the drugs. However, the defense argued that a recent.
N.K was arrested for robbery for an incident that involved the taking of a cell phone. According to the victim he was able to get the license plate number of the car that the defendant supposedly fled in. Police ran the tag number and put him in a photo array. The victim circled the defendant’s.
Philadelphia police began investigating T.J. after receiving information that he was involved in drug sales. Police utilized a confidential informant to purchase marijuana from him on three separate dates. On each occasion, police followed him back to his house. Based on the sales to the C.I. and his ties to the address, police executed a.
Defendant was charged in Philadelphia with drug possession and intent to deliver a controlled substance and conspiracy. Police testified that they observed defendant and another male selling narcotics in the area of 100 Somerset Street in Philadelphia. Police stopped two alleged “buyers” and allegedly recovered crack cocaine and heroin. The defense successfully challenged the quality of.
Defendant was charged with felony possession with intent to deliver narcotics and drug charges. Police alleged that they observed R.T. with a clear baggie in his hand, holding small items that he was about to give to an unidentified male. After police approached, R.T. allegedly fled and discarded a plastic baggie with 15 packets of.
Defendant was charged with theft and receiving stolen property after police stopped him driving a car that had been reported stolen. The owner of the car was the defendant’s girlfriend, and she claimed she did not consent to allowing him to drive the car. The defense challenged her credibility and convinced a judge to dismiss.
Police on routine patrol receive a radio call for a man selling narcotics. Upon arrival, police claim they see R.B. (who did not match the description) throw an object into a car and walk away quickly. Police claim they recovered a gun from the car in plain view where the object would have landed. R.B..
Philadelphia narcotics officers set up a surveillance on a known drug corner. The officers allegedly observed L.B and two co-defendants engage in narcotics activity, and when they raided the block, recovered drugs out of L.B.’s pocket, as well as large amounts of crack cocaine and packaging materials out of several nearby houses. At the preliminary.
Defendant was arrested for aggravated assault, robbery, and gun charges after allegedly brandishing a firearm at a center city business and stealing cash from a safe. T.D. was facing a mandatory minimum 10-20 years in jail under Pennsylvania’s three strike law. Three employees identified T.D. as the person committing the crime. However, a vigorous defense.
Police responded to a radio call for a person with a gun at 3300 Mutter Street. Upon their arrival at that location within minutes of the call, police observed D.T. matching the clothing description given. After police got out of the car to investigate, D.T. allegedly fled from the officers and discarded a gun. D.T..
Client was charged with F1 Burglary, which would have constituted a “first strike” under PA’s three strikes law. A.S. allegedly broke into a neighbor’s house and was caught inside by the residents of the house. A scuffle ensued, the victim was allegedly injured, and A.S. was apprehended on scene by the police. After a trial,.
Client charged with DUI, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and criminal mischief after crashing his car while allegedly intoxicated. According to police, F.L. admitted to using heroin and drinking alcohol, and blood drawn from him indicated the same. However, the defense successfully challenged the use of his statements to police and identifications of F.L..
Police responded to a radio call for gunshots and received information that a grey Jeep Cherokee was involved. Police responding to the area noticed a grey Cherokee about 1.5 miles away and pulled it over. While approaching, police allegedly observed S.G., the passenger, stuffing an item into the center console. Officers removed S.G and searched the car for.
Client charged with gun charges in Philadelphia (VUFA) after a Police Officer testified that he was on routine patrol in his police car when he saw L.S. standing in the middle of the street. As he got closer he could smell an odor of marijuana coming from his general area. According to the Officer, when he got.
Police officer testified that he observed the client show a gun to another individual on the street. The officer went around the block and then saw the client get into a car. When police went to stop the car they allegedly observed S.C. make a reaching motion into the back seat. After removing S.C. from.
Client was walking down a side street in Center City Philadelphia when he was approached by the victim and two of his friends. The victim allegedly accused the client of sex offenses, raping him seven years prior when he was 13 years old. The victim reported that after hearing the accusation, E.T. stabbed him repeatedly.
Philadelphia Police set up a narcotics surveillance and saw M.H. engaging in conversations with the target of the surveillance, who was making numerous drug transactions on the street. M.H. then allegedly fled into a house when back-up units converged in the area. M.H. was apprehended inside of the house, as well as the targeted drug.
Client charged with attempted murder and gun charges and held on $250,000 bail after allegedly shooting a neighborhood acquaintance in the back with a shotgun during a dispute involving money. After hearing testimony at the preliminary hearing the judge dismissed all charges for lack of evidence and T.P. was released from custody.
Police responded to a radio call for a person with a gun. Upon arrival, they observed K.R., matching the description of what the person was wearing. When police attempted to stop him, K.R. ran and allegedly threw a gun, which was recovered by police. K.R. was arrested and held on $250,000 bail. The defense filed.
United States marshalls were armed with an arrest warrant for T.H. and enter the house where they had information he was staying. T.H. is arrested on scene for drug possession and police recovered over thirty grams of crack cocaine, drug packaging materials and scales throughout the house. Bail was set at $500,000. A judge agreed.
Client was arrested and charged with gun violations of the uniform firearms act, possessing an instrument of crime and recklessly endangering another person. After hearing gunshots, police observed E.U. walking quickly away from Germantown High School at 2AM. They recovered a gun and obtained a statement from E.U. where he admitted to shooting the gun.
Police allege that after responding to reports of an unconscious person, they observed A.H. passed out behind the wheel, with the car running and in drive, his foot being on the brake. After being awakened, A.H. allegedly started “dancing in his seat”, had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath, extremely slurred speech, and he.
Client was charged with Aggravated Assault in Philadelphia after his former girlfriend alleged that he punched her, threw objects at her, kicked her in the head and then threw her down a flight of concrete stairs, causing her to pass out. The complainant then testified that the client grabbed her by the hair and dragged.
Defendant arrested for burglary charges and receiving stolen property after being arrested with tools that were stolen during a burglary in the neighborhood earlier that day. The defense precluded inculpatory statements from a co-defendant and successfully argued that the Commonwealth failed to establish beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was involved in the burglary,.
Client was charged with several gun offenses after his ex-girlfriend called police reporting that he was trying to fight her with a gun. When the police arrive at the location the ex-girlfriend points to D.B. and says she was calling about him having a gun. Police recover a gun from a trashcan several feet from.
Client was arrested on multiple gun, or firearm offenses and aggravated assault in Philadelphia after two teenagers called police and stated that the client chased them down the street with a loaded shotgun, cocked it, and threatened to kill them after they were on his property. Police responded and arrested B.S. on the scene and.
S.R. was charged with attempted murder, conspiracy and gun charges for allegedly being one of the individuals who shot at the victim multiple times, striking him in the legs. Philadelphia criminal defense attorney R. Patrick Link successfully challenged the credibility of five eyewitnesses and the poor quality of the police investigation to secure the freedom.
A.A. was charged with rape and related charges after a “”friend” accused him of sexually assaulting her in his car. Defense investigation by Philadelphia sex offense lawyer R. Patrick Link revealed inconsistencies in the complainant’s testimony as well as letters and text messages sent to A.A. that strongly suggested that the incident was consensual.
Client was driving a car that was stopped for failing to use a turn signal. During the car stop, Philadelphia police allege that he reached into the glove box where they observed a quantity of drugs. Police removed T.J. from the car and recovered the drugs. Philadelphia drug crimes lawyer R. Patrick Link successfully argued that the.
S.Y., who was on federal probation for a gun case, was arrested for attempted murder and gun charges in Philadelphia after he was alleged to have walked into a nightclub and fired a gun, striking a patron. S.Y was detained at the scene by security personnel from the club and police recovered a weapon that.
Client was charged with gun offenses after allegedly leading police on a high speed chase. At the time of his arrest, police claim that N.K. told them he was fleeing because he had a gun. No gun was recovered but the prosecution relied on his statement and charged with gun possession in this firearms case.
Client was passenger in a car that was stopped by police for a traffic violation. The driver failed to produce a valid license and gave conflicting information about who owned the car so both the driver and passenger were detained. Police ultimately got consent to search from the true owner, and were also prepared to.
Client was the front seat passenger in a car that was pulled over by police for running a red light. Client was charged with gun possession in Philadelphia after police allegedly observed him shoving a gun, or firearm, into the glove box. Philadelphia gun attorney R. Patrick Link presented DNA evidence from a DNA expert.
Client charged with rape and assault charges in Philadelphia after allegedly holding his ex-girlfriend hostage in her home and beating and sexually assaulting her. Client had been extradited from Georgia to face the charges and bail was set at $500,000.
Client was charged with attempted murder for allegedly orchestrating an execution-style shooting of a man in the head that left him in a coma for four months. Three eyewitnesses allegedly identified client, who was held on $500,000 bail. R. Patrick Link and his team of investigators launched a vigorous review of the case and uncovered several.
Police officers claim that they observed client in possession of a loaded firearm and that they saw him throw the gun into his car, where they ultimately recovered it. Client would have been facing at least a 10-20 year sentence under state sentencing guidelines. Philadelphia gun lawyer R. Patrick Link successfully challenged police credibility and.
Police testified at a motion to suppress evidence that they observed the client in a “high crime area” attempting to walk away from them and acting nervously. Based on these observations, police searched the client and recovered narcotics. Philadelphia drug attorney R. Patrick Link argued that the police lacked reasonable suspicion to stop J.W. and.
Client was pulled over by police for driving a car with illegal tint. Officers testified at a motion to suppress that they smelled marijuana and believed that the client was “acting nervously”. As a result police searched client and recovered a large amount of narcotics. Philadelphia drug lawyer R. Patrick Link conducted an extensive cross-examination.
Client was charged with possession with intent to deliver narcotics after police officers on a surveillance allegedly observed him make a sale to an individual who was stopped with drugs on him. Client was stopped several minutes later on the same block, which was in a school zone making this a “mandatory-minimum” case. R. Patrick.
Client was observed by police dropping off a gunshot victim to a local hospital. He then engaged police in a high speed pursuit. During the course of that pursuit, police officers claim that he tried to run over one of the officers who was on foot and firing his gun at the client’s car. Client.
Client was charged with conspiracy, burglary and robbery in Philadelphia after allegedly robbing and beating an individual that the victim claimed to have seen in the neighborhood on prior occasions. Philadelphia defense attorney R. Patrick Link argued that the identification made by the victim was unreliable and that S.B. had been misidentified.
Client was arrested for a gunpoint robbery after allegedly taking money from a woman who claimed to have known him from the neighborhood. Upon his arrest, C.S. allegedly provided police with a fake name. The defense successfully argued that the victim had motive to fabricate her statement to police and that she had lied because.
Client was charged with rape of another inmate and sexual assault in a Philadelphia prison, and was facing a mandatory 10-20 years in jail. Philadelphia sex assault lawyer R. Patrick Link challenged the physical evidence in the case and argued that it showed that the complaining witness was fabricating the charges. Attorney Link also utilized his team.
In a case that generated stories in the national media, the client was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and related charges for abandoning her newborn child in a box. The child was nicknamed “Baby Noel” due to the fact that the incident occurred around Christmas and the baby seemed to overcome long odds to.