Guns / Firearms Case Archives

This category includes cases in which Mr. Link defended residents of Philadelphia or the surrounding area accused of gun or firearm related crimes.

Commonwealth v. S.R.
September 24

Commonwealth v. S.R.

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.

The Charges:

Attempted Murder, Conspiracy, Aggravated Assault, VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

Commonwealth v. S.Y.
August 15

Commonwealth v. S.Y.

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.

The Charges:

Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

Commonwealth v. N.K.
August 8

Commonwealth of PA v. N.K.

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 andĀ charged with gun possession in this firearms case.

The Charges:

VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Charges dismissed for lack of evidence.

Commonwealth v. D.W.
August 8

Commonwealth v. D.W.

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.

The Charges:

VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Motion to suppress granted. All charges dismissed.

Commonwealth v. K.T.
July 23

Commonwealth v. K.T.

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.

The Charges:

VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

Commonwealth v. E.S.
June 20

Commonwealth v. E.S

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 LinkĀ and his team of investigators launched a vigorous review of the case and uncovered several.

The Charges:

Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Conspiracy

The Verdict:

All charges withdrawn

Commonwealth v. Z.F.
June 10

Commonwealth v. Z.F.

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.

The Charges:

VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges

Commonwealth v. R.P.
February 25

Commonwealth v. R.P.

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.

The Charges:

Robbery, VUFA (gun charges)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

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