State of Kansas v. Mosier,
No. 12 CR 468 (Reno County, Kan., Dist. Ct. January 9, 2014): Court
dismissed breach of privacy allegation prior to jury trial on
defendant’s motion; client found not guilty by jury of rape and lesser
included attempted rape; client only convicted by jury of lesser offense
of aggravated sexual battery.
State of Kansas v. Chappell,
26 Kan. App. 2d 275, 987 P.2d 1114 (1999): Kansas Court of Appeals
reversed client’s convictions of aggravated indecent liberties and
aggravated criminal sodomy based on trial judge’s and prosecutor’s
improper comments regarding the child witness’s ability to tell the
City of Wichita v. Trevino, No.
10 CM 000418 (Wichita, Kan., Mun. Ct. Aug. 17, 2010): Trial judge
dismissed prostitution-related charges after prosecutor failed to comply
with discovery request.
State of Kansas v. Ralstin,
No. 10 CR 43 (Kiowa County, Kan., Dist. Ct. July 21, 2011):
Jury verdict of “not guilty” on charge of first-degree, premeditated
murder, thwarting prosecutor’s plan to seek client’s imprisonment for 50
years to life; jury convicted client only of lesser offense of
second-degree murder, reducing client’s sentencing exposure by decades.
State of Kansas v. Holton,
No. 09 CR 3560 (Sedgwick County, Kan., Dist. Ct. Dec. 1, 2010): Trial
judge suppressed client’s alleged murder confession and other
evidence—including alleged murder weapon and victim’s property—after
finding that police illegally arrested client.
United States v. Jones,
No. 6:01-CR-10004 (D. Kan. Nov. 14, 2001): Trial judge found client
“not guilty” of being a felon in possession of ammunition, overturning
jury’s guilty verdict.
State of Kansas v. Shanklin,
No. 98 CR 108 (Sedgwick County, Kan., Dist. Ct July 23, 1998):
Jury verdict of ”not guilty” on charges of first-degree murder and other
crimes arising from a drive-by shooting.
United States v. Poulos
(U.S. Parole Comm’n 1997): United States Parole Commission declined to
extend federal special parole, and granted request to terminate client’s
State of Kansas v. Roberts, No. 10 CR 1343
(Sedgwick County, Kan. Dist. Ct. 2011): Trial judge in State drug case
dismissed case alleging two counts of possession of marijuana, two
counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of no drug tax
stamp, felony, at the conclusion of preliminary hearing.
City of Newton v. Doe, 10 N 1358 (Newton,
Kan., Mun. Ct. Jan. 27, 2011): Trial judge suppressed all evidence of
driving under the influence of alcohol; criminal case dismissed with
prejudice; driver’s-license suspension dismissed, and client’s driving