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Bart Kasperowicz’s Legal Cases

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  • People v. P.H.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Mar 15, 2012
    Outcome:
    Commercial Burglary Dismissed on First Day of Trial
    Description:
    A young college student enters his campus bookstore and begins to place several course books into a laptop bag. Within a few minutes, he leaves the bag near the cashier and continues looking for more publications. Once he is finished, he returns to the cashier and begins a short discussion with the teller. Once the student attempts to lift the bag filled with the books, a campus police officer arrives and asks the young man to accompany him to his vehicle parked outside the bookstore. A short interview was made and the officer determined that the student did not have funds to pay for the books, that he was being inconsistent with the story he was giving, and that he was being untruthful about how he arrived onto the campus. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. A.H.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    May 04, 2009
    Outcome:
    Felony Rape Charge Dismissed
    Description:
    After being arrested, charged, and brought to the eve of trial, the District Attorney’s office formally dismissed the charges against a nail shop owner who was accused of raping one of his customers in the store bathroom during normal business hours. After the client had posted bail, the defense investigation contracted to work with the firm. Interviews began to turn up more information about the day of the allegation and its circumstances. On the day of trial, before being assigned to a judge that would oversee the case, the assigned deputy District Attorney informed the court that the DA’s office will no longer be prosecuting the case. All charges were dismissed. The client was released from his bail bond and went home. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. M.M.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Apr 18, 2007
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Verdict
    Description:
    Allegedly to discipline his son, a man was charged with Child Abuse and Great Bodily Injury for causing second degree burns to his 7-year old son’s hand with a lighter. After the incident, the child reported the injury to his mother who in turn contacted police to report the incident. With the burn still fresh, photos were taken of the injury and the child was interviewed. The father was then arrested for the acts alleged and charged with Felony Child Abuse with an enhancement of great bodily injury. The length of the trial lasted approximately seven (7) days. Officers, investigators, child protective services employees, the child’s mother, and the victim-child all testified in trial regarding the alleged abuse of the father. After a day and a half of deliberating, the jury chose unanimously to acquit the client of all charges. Facing several years in prison as well as possible deportation, the client was reunited with his family and was allowed to leave moments after the verdict. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. A.B.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    May 20, 2010
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Verdict
    Description:
    Client was charged with being an accomplice to a violent robbery of a store was brought to trial under the theory of “aiding and abetting” the robbery, along with burglary as a lesser-included offense. Five days of litigation included cross examining five (5) witnesses that were present during the robbery and who witnessed the alleged escape of the culprits. After a day of deliberation of the facts and arguments, the jury foreperson announced that all 12 jurors unanimously voted for verdicts of Not Guilty on both charges of Robbery and Burglary. Facing over 5 years in prison if convicted, the client was allowed to leave moments after hearing the verdicts. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People. S.Q.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Mar 16, 2009
    Outcome:
    Case Dismissed
    Description:
    Two females had alleged to have been “peeped-on” by their employer while in the bathroom of his business. Both described in great detail the alleged acts and reported their separate experiences to the police. Shortly afterward, the officers made contact with the employer to investigate the case, and brought formal charges against him in the Superior Court. In preparation for the jury trial, investigators were sent to gather more evidence. Trial documents, witness interviews, and exhibits were prepared early for submittal to the District Attorney to prevent any delay in proceeding with the case. Efforts were focused primarily to bring to light more information about the incident for the District Attorney’s office to review. On the day scheduled to begin jury selection, the deputy DA informed the court the case will be dismissed with all charges to be dropped. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. S.A.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    May 18, 2012
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Verdict
    Description:
    A young nursing student was alleged to have purchased two firearms within a five month time span in order to assist her fiancé to plan an assault against two women that were harassing the couple. After the co-defendant openned fire on the vehicle the two women were driving, he allegedly handed the gun to her to hide or keep from ever being found. Due to her occupation, she risked losing her training license and the possibility of never being able to become a nurse due to the charges against her. The prosecution’s theory of the assault was largely based on an ongoing feud that centered around a love triangle between the witnesses and defendant. The client was brought to trial on the theories that she aided and abetted the assault with a firearm against two other women in a car during the midnight hours of a cold December evening. After a three-week long jury trial, with over a dozen witnesses that included eye-witnesses and experts on both sides, she was found not guilty by a unanimous verdict and was free to leave that day. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. S.P.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Jul 01, 2009
    Outcome:
    Case Dismissed
    Description:
    A young man was alleged to have rear-ended another driver on a busy intersection of the city and fled the scene. The victim-driver was able to identify the man’s vehicle and the distinct vanity plates attached to it. Police were notified and arrested the man for Hit & Run days afterward. The firm was retained to represent the client accused of the Hit and Run for trial. An investigation began on the crime scene, the persons involved (such as witnesses and the alleged victims), the actual vehicles, video surveillance, witness statements, as well as the police department’s own investigation of the case. On the day of trial, after the defense had nnounced ready to proceed, The Deputy District Attorney assigned to try the case dropped all charges and dismissed the case. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. A.R.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Sep 19, 2007
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Verdict
    Description:
    A young mother was arrested from a major grocery retail store under the suspicion that she attempted to leave the store with a cart full of items without paying. The clerk who had called the police and claimed that she had observed her fill the cart with various items without regard to their prices and eventually roll past the automatic doors without first going through any cashier stands. The woman was eventually charged with Grand Theft and Second Degree Commercial Burglary. The trial centered on the cashier who had observed the client prior to calling the police as well as the client herself, who had chose to testify on her own behalf. After two days of deliberation, the jury chose to acquit the woman of her charge of grand theft and deadlocked on the burglary charge—avoiding a criminal conviction. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. F.A.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Jul 14, 2008
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Verdict
    Description:
    A young delivery store driver was arrested in his home where his parents and siblings lived with him. The undercover narcotics task force alleged that the house was under surveillance for possible drug activity and that police units had positively identified drug sale transactions take place at the residence with the young man’s involvement. Police obtained a search warrant for the home where they had ultimately found methamphetamine in three separate locations along with large sums of currency in small denominations. After one full day of deliberation, the jury found the young man not guilty of all charges and he was free to leave that very day. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • People v. J.A.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Sep 17, 2008
    Outcome:
    Jury Deadlock - No Conviction
    Description:
    At the time the client was homeless, he was arrested for PC 211 Robbery with the use of a knife against a patron he crossed paths with on the street one early morning. The client claimed he was merely panhandling while the victim claimed it was a clear theft by force. An investigation began to take shape around the client’s psychological background as well as the specific statements given by the victim to police that early morning. By the time the case went to trial, the defense exploited the information given by the victim to police and revealed that his observations were highly biased and outright false. The trial also turned on the mental state of the client at the time of the event in order to judge whether or not there was any aggressive intent or desire to steal. The jurors virtually acquitted the young man with a 11 to 1 vote for not guilty, which unfortunately resulted in a deadlock (hung jury). Had the man been convicted, he could have spent a total of 12 years in state prison for the alleged offense. Instead, an agreement was made to the benefit of the client that resulted in his release from jail with supervised probation. DISCLAIMER: THE CASES ABOVE ARE REAL RESULTS OBTAINED FOR ACTUAL CLIENTS OF MR. KASPERO. HOWEVER, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS WILL VARY FOR ALL PERSONS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE FACTS OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE, THE VARIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORIES OF EACH CLIENT, AS WELL AS WHICH JURISDICTION (COURT SYSTEM) THE CLIENT FINDS THEMSELVES IN. THEREFORE, THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE ARE INTENDED TO BE SHOWN FOR NOTABLE CASE NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR TRIAL VICTORIES. THE RESULTS POSTED ON THIS SITE IN NO WAY GUARANTEE THAT FUTURE, CURRENT, OR ANY FORMER CLIENTS WILL (HAVE) OR ARE EXPECTED TO RECEIVE (OR RECEIVED) IDENTICAL OR SIMILAR ACHIEVEMENTS.