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State v. Lamont Williams

Represented indigent defendant charged with violating a temporary restraining order. Upon investigating claim, we found exculpatory evidence that was not in the prosecutor’s discovery. Upon exchanging the exculpatory evidence, the prosecutor moved the court to dismiss the charges on grounds that the State would not be able to prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
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ABLA Recognizes the Achievements of Chevon Brooks in their February Newsletter

  https://mailchi.mp/72deea6b6d02/abla-newsletter-11312944
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AAIP Member of the Month Chevon Brooks

https://www.aaip1988.org/membership
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Obtains Discontinuance of Case

JR v. TS Plaintiff is a police officer who brought suit for assault against a BLM activist, for injuries he allegedly suffered at a George Floyd rally. Richard Berne and Alesha Powell brought a pre-Answer “Anti-Slapp” (“Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation”) motion against Plaintiff, arguing that Plaintiff brought the suit to deter our client from...
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Obtains Discontinuance of Case

Richards, Byrue v. Maspeth Supply Company, LLC Plaintiff tripped over a “crack” in the street. Richard Berne found a photograph of the location taken several years before the accident and before the insured had worked in the area, which showed that the crack had been there for years as of the time of Plaintiff’s fall....
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Obtains Discontinuance of Case

Mojica, Edward v. Gerald Post and Jose J. Reyes Reynoso Motor vehicle accident case. The police report indicated that the insured was pushed into Plaintiff’s vehicle by co-defendant’s vehicle. After the insured testified at his deposition, Richard Berne argued to Plaintiff that he must discontinue the case against the insured, and the matter was discontinued.
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