Feb 13

Commonwealth v. A.A.

Commonwealth v. A.A.

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 victims had been embroiled in a bitter custody dispute with the family of A.A., and highlighted numerous inconsistencies between the stories given by each victim. Additionally, records were introduced to show that A.A.’s brother had signed in to work at the airport using a fingerprint scanner near the time of the incident. This top Philadelphia defense lawyer was ultimately successful in arguing that the victims had shot a bullet into their own car to frame A.A. and his brother.

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