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Andrew Lynch’s Legal Cases

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  • Rodriguez v. State

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Jan 12, 2009
    Outcome:
    Constitutional challenge to street gang statute.
    Description:
    The statute was challenged as violating our client's rights because it was unconstitutional vague and violated our client's right to association. Georgia's Supreme Court read the defense's arguments into the statute.
  • State v. LM

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Jun 01, 2009
    Outcome:
    DUI Drugs
    Description:
    LM was stopped, investigated, and arrested for driving under the influence of drugs. After attacking the officer's credibility at trial a Dekalb County jury found LM not guilty.
  • State v. DG

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Felony theft prosecution.
    Description:
    DG was arrested and prosecuted for stealing a customers money. DG maintained he had every intent to do the agreed work. The State proceeded in their investigation. The jury agreed that DG had not committed a crime and found him not guilty.
  • State v. AM

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Apr 06, 2009
    Outcome:
    AM was charged with Armed Robbery . . .
    Description:
    AM was charged with two cases of armed robbery, burglary, false imprisonment, and sexual battery. The State had physical evidence, eye witnesses, and DNA. AM maintained his investigation. The defense through the pretrial investigation found damaging evidence about the eye witnesses. The defense approached the State and resolved the potential life imprisonment case with a misdemeanor plea without any more jail time for AM.
  • State v. FM

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Outcome:
    Reduction
    Description:
    FM was stopped for speeding and had two prior DUIs. Long story short when he admitted to drinking and took the State's field sobriety evalulation he was headed to jail. At the jail the breathalyzer came back positive for alcohol. After working worth the State on pretrial alcohol screening and evalulation everyone agreed to reduce FM's case to a non-DUI outcome.
  • State v. JP

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Defendant had two seperate felony indictments.
    Description:
    Defendant had to seperate felony indictments and no bond. Attorney Adrew Lynch was able to get one dismissed and the other reduced to a misdeamenor with no more jail time. JP was charged with Felony Terroristic Threats and arrested. After getting out on bond he was arrested for aggravatd stalking. With two seperate felonies holding him in the jail and a recomendation of prison and felony probation Mr. Lynch took JP's case. In short with a complete work up of the history and evidence, Mr. Lynch presented the prosecutor with the flaws in his case. JP is currently free and back at work without a felony conviction.
  • State v. JK

    Practice Area:
    Speeding & Traffic Ticket
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty of Accident Causing Serious Injury
    Description:
    Defendant was charged with hitting three pedestrians in the city of Atlanta. Defendant did hit three pedestrians in a cross walk on New Year's Eve. Attorney Andrew Lynch argued to the court Defendant could not have stopped and that he should be found notguilty under the dart out defense. The Judge agreed and found JK not guilty.
  • State v. DJ

    Practice Area:
    Juvenile
    Date:
    Feb 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    No prison.
    Description:
    DJ was alleged to have brough a gun to a local high school. DJ was found in with the gun on the Atlanta school campus. DJ was facing a potential prison or detention sentence in a youth correctional facility. Attorney Andrew Lynch prevented this.