People v. A.B.

Bart Kasperowicz

Case Conclusion Date:May 20, 2010

Practice Area:Criminal Defense

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.