State of Minnesota v. T.A.
Underage drunk driving case where the client was allegedly pulled over for swerving, and was caught with several open bottles of beer in the passenger compartment. Through extensive investigation, Mr. Peterson discovered that the police officer had been recently fired from the police department for misconduct. Mr. Peterson used that evidence to obtain a plea bargain whereby the client was not convicted of a crime, and only had to pay a small fine. The client served no jail time, was not placed on probation, and had no other consequences.
State of Minnesota v. R.B.
A sex crime case where the Defendant allegedly exposed himself to a five year old girl. Mr. Peterson refused to plea bargain in the matter, and took the case to trial. The State’s witnesses were discredited at trial, and the Defendant was found not guilty of all charges.
State of Minnesota v. M.K.
A domestic assault case where the Defendant allegedly choked the victim, slapped her, and threw her down a staircase. Mr. Peterson refused to plea bargain in the matter, and took the case to trial. The jury found that the victim had made the whole incident up, and the Defendant was found not guilty of all charges.
In the Matter of the Children of B.C.
A child protection case where the county removed the client’s newborn baby from her home shortly after birth, alleging that the client had not provided proper medical care. Mr. Peterson investigated the matter extensively and obtained the opinion of several experts to show that the client’s doctor had misdiagnosed the infant. He further showed that the client had been properly caring for the baby. The client’s child was returned to her and the county dismissed their case.
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