When your freedom is on the line, real courtroom experience matters. With over three decades of combined legal experience, we are honored to have earned these results for our clients.

Enticing a Minor Child

RETROACTIVE FIRST OFFENDER GRANTED


Retired insurance executive spent years in prison and more than 8 years on probation and parole. K&R asked the court to retroactively grant first offender status and terminate the case. After the hearing, the superior court judge apologized to client for the injustice which occurred and advised it was her honor to grant the requested relief: retroactive first offender granted/case terminated/removal from the sex-offender registry.


- Douglas County, 2018
Aggravated Assault

CASE DISMISSED IN MIDDLE OF TRIAL


Young man fleeing the abusive uncle of his fiancé, was falsely accused of striking and injuring the man with his car. The prosecutor demanded almost a decade in prison. K&R demanded a jury trial wherein the truth of the false arrest was uncovered. After a week in front of a jury, the government was forced to abandon the unfair prosecution in the middle of trial and dismiss the charges altogether





- Cobb County, 2018
Malice Murder

NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY


Teenager with schizophrenia suffered from delusions that his mother was poisoning him. K&R worked with numerous psychologists and psychiatrists to explain how the killing of his mother resulted from symptoms of schizophrenia and not merely a malignant heart. The jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY on malice murder, which allowed the judge to commit the young man to a state mental hospital for the treatment which he needs.

- Cobb County, 2017
Aggravated Stalking

CASE
DISMISSED


Cobb County man was accused of stalking by an ex-wife who used their young son to levy the allegation. A thorough investigation by K&R revealed that the charges were false and the poor child was stuck in the middle. When K&R demanded a trial before a jury – the charges were dismissed.





- Cobb County, 2017
Child Molestation

ARREST PREVENTED ALTOGETHER


When a family member falsely accused a prominent Cobb County businessman of rape and child molestation, K&R immediately launched an aggressive investigation into the allegations and convinced the detectives to terminate their investigation. K&R shielded our client from arrest, prosecution, and any media coverage.




- Cobb County, 2017
Arson & Felony Eluding

CHARGES DEAD-DOCKETED


Cobb County man suffering from some mental health challenges accused of attempting to set fire outside a retail store. As a result of symptoms of his mental illness, he did not respond to pursing police vehicles and was eventually shot by police in Atlanta. K&R worked to have client evaluated and placed into a residential group home which could accommodate his special needs. His case was placed on the dead-docket and not prosecuted.

- Cobb County, 2017
Battery

CHARGES DISMISSED


After arguing with his girlfriend’s brother, police were called and a young man was arrested for three counts of battery. K&R challenged the credibility of civilian and police witnesses, resulting in a dismissal of all three counts of battery.




- Cobb County, 2017
False Imprisonment

CHARGES DISMISSED


After arguing with his girlfriend at work, client was arrested for the felony of false imprisonment and faced ten years in state prison. After K&R challenged the grossly overcharged case for a year, the government reduced the charge to a misdemeanor which resulted in a probated sentence. No felony – No jail.

- Cobb County, 2017
Cruelty to a Child First Degree

PROBATION TERMINATED EARLY


Young man serving a probated sentence for cruelty to a child deserved the opportunity to move beyond his sentence and the worst day of his life. Seeking to reunite with the child, K&R successfully argued for early termination of his probated sentence. The young man was able to get a jump start on the rest of his life.

- Cobb County, 2017
Possession of Drugs

CHARGES DISMISSED


African-American man from out of state gets lost while driving to visit family in Marietta, and was confronted by police because they thought he was suspicious. Police searched through his pockets without valid consent and discovered narcotics. K&R challenged the search in court and the judge threw out the narcotics evidence because police officer violated client’s constitutional rights.

- Cobb County, 2017
Motor Vehicle Theft

CHARGES DISMISSED


Client falsely arrested for stealing a car. During a hearing before a magistrate, K&R established that the car was actually loaned to the client. Felony charges dismissed.









- Cobb County, 2017
DUI (Per Se)

CASE
DISMISSED


Businessman leaving a dinner meeting is pulled over in Brookhaven, blows twice the legal limit for alcohol in his system, and arrested for DUI. K&R convinced the judge that the traffic stop was unconstitutional, and the breath evidence was thrown out – Case dismissed.





- DeKalb County, 2017
 
Manufacturing Drugs

CHARGES DISMISSED


Young lady falsely arrested for possessing and manufacturing a Schedule I Controlled Substance. Investigation by K&R established that the drugs actually belonged to her former boyfriend. Young lady was able to keep her job, keep her home, and walk away completely exonerated.

- Cherokee County, 2017
Obstruction

CHARGES DISMISSED


Kennesaw man falsely arrested when making a citizen complaint at the police station. K&R reviewed the evidence and demonstrated that police had no legal basis to make the arrest. All charges dismissed.




- Cobb County, 2017
Possession of Drugs

CHARGES REDUCED


Client arrested in Austell for possession of illegal drugs. K&R successfully negotiated a reduction in charges where client was able to pay a small fine and avoid a drug conviction on his record.





- Cobb County, 2017
Family Violence Protective Order

PROTECTIVE ORDER DISMISSED


Kennesaw man was kicked out of family home and prohibited from contacting his wife and child after the wife filed a family violence protective order against him. K&R subpoenaed witnesses and police officers, demanded a hearing to show that the wife was lying, and the order was dismissed.

- Cobb County, 2017
DUI Minor in Possession

CHARGES DISMISSED


Young driver arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. A thorough investigation by K&R revealed that the arrest resulted from shoddy police work. After filing a motion to suppress the evidence, the government chose to dismiss the charges.


- Cobb County, 2016
Weapon on School Property

CHARGES DISMISSED


Girl charged for bringing a gun into school. K&R worked to demonstrate that the child had no criminal intent. As a result, the charges were dismissed.





- Cobb County, 2016
Aggravated Assault & Domestic Violence Battery

CHARGES DISMISSED


Wife arrested for stabbing her husband during a domestic argument. K&R worked with the prosecutor in order to get the charges dismissed altogether and save the young wife from certain deportation.


- Cobb County, 2016
Aggravated Assault

CHARGES REDUCED


Young man with some mental limitations arrested for assaulting his mother during disagreement in the home. K&R worked with both the family and the District Attorney’s Office to get the young man released from jail and have the 20-year felony charge reduced to a misdemeanor.


- Cobb County, 2016
Murder, Aggravated Assault

CHARGES REDUCED


Client charged with the murder in the beating and strangulation death of her boyfriend’s grandfather. Client facing a mandatory sentence of life in prison. After a series of negotiations with the District Attorney’s Office, client allowed to complete her case on a lesser charge resulting in a 15-year sentence.

- Cobb County, 2015
Malice Murder

NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY


KSU student and former Navy veteran suffered from schizophrenia and intense religious delusions that God had blessed him with certain spiritual gifts of prophesy and the ability to fly. When his mother rejected his delusions as demon possession, our client shot his mother to death, believing she was the anti-Christ. He was found NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY and committed to a state mental hospital.

- Cobb County, 2015
Drug Possession

CHARGES DISMISSED


Client arrested in her own house and charged with possession of methamphetamine. After a motion was filed challenging the unconstitutional search warrant, the prosecutor dismissed the charges without a trial.








- Cobb County, 2015
Sexual Battery

CONVICTION VACATED


Client believed any challenge to his Floyd County conviction for sexual battery was hopeless. After reviewing the record, K&R discovered that the Superior Court of Floyd County failed to properly make client aware of his constitutional rights. Following the evidence and legal argument presented by K&R, the conviction was thrown-out.




- Floyd County, 2015
Malice Murder

NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY


Young man being treated for schizophrenia stabbed his mother to death - believing that she was going to kill him. After presenting expert testimony which explained how his actions resulted directly from a delusional compulsion beyond his ability to control, the jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY. He is now being treated in a State Mental Hospital.





- Cobb County, 2011
Sexual Battery

CHARGES DISMISSED


Teenager falsely accused her father of forcibly raping and molesting her over a period of years. During a comprehensive two-year investigation, K&R established that the allegations were completely untrue and unsupported by any credible evidence. After facing multiple life sentences for more than two years, the teenager finally confessed to K&R that her allegations were a lie. Days from the start of trial, client got his life back.




- Cobb County, 2015
Appeal Won

TRIAL COURT REVERSED


K&R challenged the statements made by client during an unlawful and unconstitutional roadside interrogation. Following a lengthy evidentiary hearing, a Cobb County State Court judge rejected K&R’s argument. The Cobb judge’s erroneous ruling was then taken up to the Court of Appeals of Georgia, which unanimously agreed with K&R that the statement was an unlawful violation of client’s MIRANDA rights. As a result, the client’s statements were thrown out and his charges reduced with no jail time

- Court of Appeals of Georgia, 2015