No one can guarantee a result, but I will guarantee that you get a relentless, aggressive and effective defense.
State of Wisconsin v. Flores
Ms. Flores was facing 12.5 years in prison after her baby was diagnosed with shaken baby syndrome. Ms. Flores had never been arrested before this case. She was accused of intentionally failing to seek help for her 5 month old baby who was taken to the hospital while Ms. Flores was at work. Attorney Edari presented compelling evidence of her client's innocence which convinced the prosecution to dismiss the case against Ms. Flores.
United States Of America v. Jose Ortiz Del-Rio
Mr. Ortiz Del-Rio was indicted in federal court for allegedly lying to a federal agent about his alienage. He faced up to five years in federal prison. Attorney Edari challenged the constitutionality of his statement arguing that it was obtained while he was being illegally detained. The court agreed and the case was dismissed.
United States of America v. Jeremy Hooker
Mr. Hooker who had no criminal record faced more than 20 years in a 43 count indictment charged under the Contraband Cigarette Trafficking Act (CCTA). The entire indictment was dismissed on a defense motion arguing that the indictment was unconstitutionally vague.
United States of America v. Villyphone Phimmala
Mr. Phimmala was indicted for bank robbery with use of force and with the use of a dangerous weapon. Attorney Edari along with her investigator conducted an aggressive and thorough defense investigation which exposed serious flaws in the investigation of the bank robbery. The prosecution moved to dismiss the case because of the results of the defense investigation.
United States of America v. Alicia Favro
Ms. Favro faced up to 10 years in federal prison after she was indicted for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Ms. Edari litigated a motion to suppress the evidence arguing that the firearm allegedly found was the product of an illegal search of Ms. Favro. The court suppressed the evidence and the case was dismissed.
United States of America v. Christopher Keller
Mr. Keller was indicted for allegedly being a part of a conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. The case was dismissed after Ms. Edari and co-counsel challenged the seizure of the defendants, arguing that the police illegally seized the defendants. The court agreed with the defense.
United States of America v. Cheryl Harrison
Attorney Edari obtained a sentence of probation for Ms. Harrison who faced a guideline range of 63-78 months for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Attorney Edari and her investigator combined law with technology and produced a sentencing video about Ms. Harrison which highlighted her post-offense rehabilitation efforts. The video was so persuasive that the prosecutor changed his position at sentencing and joined in the defense request for probation.
United States of America v. Malik Brown
Mr Brown was indicted in a 2 count indictment charging him with possessing with intent to distribute crack and cocaine. Mr. Brown had a lengthy record which included a prior federal drug conviction. Because of his record, Mr. Brown qualified for application of the enhancement under the Career Offender guideline. Attorney Edari convinced the court to vary downward from the Career Offender guideline.
State of Wisconsin v. Angelina Wyatt
Ms. Wyatt’s case was dismissed after Ms. Edari produced information that showed that the allegations against her did not constitute a crime under Wisconsin law.
State of Wisconsin v. Fletcher Hood
Mr. Hood was charged with illegally carrying a concealed weapon. Attorney Edari went to trial on Mr. Hood's case and argued to the jury that Mr. Hood, who was moving out of his wife's house, did not violate the law against carrying a concealed weapon and that at most he violated a civil statute related to the transport of firearms. Mr. Hood was found not guilty.
State of Wisconsin v. Darroyl Bandy
Mr. Bandy was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm after the Milwaukee police claimed they saw him throw a firearm into the backseat of a car he was a passenger in. Mr. Bandy was found not guilty after a jury trial.
State of Wisconsin v. Clifford Johnson
Mr. Johnson was charged with felony possession of drugs. The Milwaukee police testified that they saw Mr. Johnson run into a bathroom with drugs in his hand. Mr. Johnson was found not guilty after a jury trial.
"...You always believed I was innocent and I could tell you really felt that way and you were going to fight like hell to prove it."
" You told me 'we can make the best out of this bad situation.' And by seeing your attitude of not willing to bend or break, you gave me back my courage and self respect. Now I can man up and deal with this with pride...you saw what so many others fail to see. They see a washed up junkie who has no respect for the law...but you saw a cry for help....