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Criminal Law - $925,000

McIntyre v. United States - United District Court District of Massachusetts

In McIntyre v. United States, obtained an order requiring the United States to pay $925,000 in attorneys' fees by proving that government attorneys acted in bad faith by "lying" to the district court about the state of the evidence prior to trial.

Criminal Law - $174,000

Felony Sexual Assault – Merrimack County

Following aggressive litigation of discovery issues, reached agreement whereby the State dropped Felony Sexual Assault charges in favor of non-sexual offenses avoiding stigmatizing registry obligations and exposure to the State Prison sentence.

Criminal Law - $169,000

Felony Sexual Assault – Rockingham County

Felony sexual assault charges dropped following pointed defense investigation which uncovered innocent explanation for alleged sexual contact.

Criminal Law - $165,000

Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault Charges Dropped – Grafton County Superior Court

Aggressively litigated pretrial discovery issues, collecting mental health information regarding alleged victim’s history of lying. Reached agreement whereby all sexual offenses were dropped in favor of non-sexual convictions, avoiding any jail or prison time as well as stigmatizing registration obligations.

Criminal Law - $163,000

Domestic Violence / Simple Assault Victory – Dover District Court

Won Not Guilty on all charges following trial in which alleged victim claimed that live in boy friend twice physically assaulted her, but delayed in making any report to law enforcement and made inconsistent statements regarding the event.

Criminal Law - $140,000

Felonious Sexual Assault Victory – Merrimack County Superior Court

Secured Not Guilty verdicts after jury trial on behalf of a client charged with Felonious Sexual Assault and Simple Assault.

Criminal Law - $120,000

Criminal Contempt Victory – Franklin District Court

Obtained a Not Guilty verdict following a bench trial for client charged with Criminal Contempt.

Criminal Law - $85,000

Possession of Alcohol - Plymouth District Court

Won multiple trials where clients are accused of underage possession, charges brought by both local police and following stings by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission.

Criminal Law - $50,000

Felony Second Degree Assault – Coos County

Secured no time agreement whereby State dropped Felony offense in favor of Simple Assault Misdemeanor despite allegations of serious bodily injury.

Criminal Law - $28,000

Felony Sexual Assault Case – Hillsborough County

Aggressive litigation of discovery issues lead to outright dismissal of Felony Sexual Assault charges, avoiding exposure to State Prison and stigmatizing registration obligations.

Criminal Law - $20,000

Business Crime Victory – Laconia District Court

Successfully defended individual defendant charged with violations of boating laws relating to administration of local business by securing dismissal of case during trial.

Criminal Law - $15,000

Simple Assault Victory – Merrimack District Court

Won case in the middle of trial based on Motion To Dismiss for failure of State to meet its burden following defense cross examination of State witness.

Criminal Law - $8,000

Possession of Drugs and DWI Second Offense Victory – Laconia District Court

Won Motion To Suppress drugs followed by verdict of Not Guilty after a bench trial for client charged with both DWI Second Offense and Possession of Marijuana.

Criminal Law - $5,000

Criminal Contempt Victory – Concord District Court

Won Motion to Dismiss charges of Criminal Contempt for possessing firearms.

Criminal Law - $3,000

Report on the Investigation of the Diocese of Manchester

Co-authored report which was the final product of an intense investigation conducted by the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office into the manner in which the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester handled allegations that priests committed sexual assaults against minors — an investigation that established that the Diocese endangered the welfare of children.

Criminal Law - $1,000

Ellsworth v. Warden, 333 F.3d 1

Achieved reversal before an en banc panel of prior First Circuit decision granting a convicted rapist's request for habeas corpus relief arising out of a pre-trial discovery dispute in a criminal case.

Criminal Law - Acquittal After Trial

Assault Against a Police Officer.

Successfully defended Dartmouth College student charged with assault on a police officer. Acquittal after trial.

Criminal Law - Not Guilty

Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault

Client charged with multiple counts of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault and Felonious Sexual Assault on two minor females. At trial the defense brought out motive fabricate charges, major inconsistencies between pretrial statements and trial testimony, with one of the alleged victims ultimately testifying that the defendant did not sexually assault her in any way. The jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY on all charges.

Criminal Law - Charges Dropped

Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault Charges Dropped - Merrimack County Superior Court

June 2010, client charged with multiple counts of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault in the Merrimack County Superior Court. After a three-day trial, the jury returned not guilty verdicts on all charges.

At trial, the State presented as witnesses the complaining witness and four family members and friends to corroborate her testimony. Bill's client testified in his own defense. Through cross-examination of the State's witnesses, Bill established several significant inconsistencies in the complaining witness' story. In his closing, Bill was riddled with inconsistencies. The jury returned not guilty verdicts on all charges exonerating the client of the allegations against him.

Criminal Law - Charges Dropped

Bradley v. United States, 545 U.S. 1101 (2005); 426 F.3d. 54 (1st Cir. 2005)

Obtained reversal at the United States Supreme Court and First Circuit Court of Appeals of 70-month criminal sentence by establishing sentence was imposed under unconstitutional mandatory sentencing guidelines.

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