Facing 45 years, sentenced to one year and one day
Lt. Robert W. Hill, a retired member of the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, was charged with various criminal civil rights violations in Federal court for allegedly striking an inmate while on duty at the Fulton County Jail. Although Lt. Hill was convicted of all charges in the case following a five day jury trial and faced up to 45 years in prison, at sentencing the defense team presented mitigating evidence and legal arguments on behalf of Lt. Hill that convinced the judge to downwardly depart from the federal sentencing guidelines recommendation. Lt. Hill was sentenced to one year plus one day in custody, with no fine or restitution owed.
Alexis Miller v. Shaquille O'Neal
Nov 13, 2008
The protective order was issued against Mr. O'Neal
Mr. Susor and Mr. Wolfe represented Petitioner Miller, who sought and received an ex parte family violence/stalking protective order against Defendant Shaquille O'Neal. Following the ex parte hearing, the petitioner's motion for the protective order was granted by the court and Defendant was ordered to have no contact with petitioner and was prohibited from entering within 200 yards of her or her son.