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Scott Jeffrey Engelhard
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Scott Engelhard’s Legal Cases

6 total

  • United States v. Ly

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Date:
    Apr 25, 2005
    Outcome:
    Evidence suppressed and case dismissed.
    Description:
    Search of defendant's motel room and vehicles uncovered over 300 kilos of marijuana. Mr. Engelhard's cross-examination of the the DEA agent convinced Judge Pechman that he did not have consent to search. Therefore, Judge Pechman suppressed all of the evidence and dismissed the case.
  • City of Auburn v. Lott

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Outcome:
    Jury Trial - Not Guilty
    Description:
    Jury trial on domestic violence charge. Two witnesses claim to have seen defendant his spouse. Defendant and spouse claim struggle over keys. Not guilty finding.
  • Grand Jury Investigation

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Outcome:
    No charges filed
    Description:
    Grand jury investigation of major airline crash. Represented head of maintenance department. Government declined to bring charges.
  • Grand Jury Investigation

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Outcome:
    No charges filed
    Description:
    Criminal tax fraud investigation of client with offshore investments. Made lengthy presentation to U.S. Attorney and IRS agent. Result: No Charges Filed.
  • United States v. Wegers

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Outcome:
    RICO charges dismissed.
    Description:
    Racketeering charges filed against 28 members of national motorcycle gang, including charge of racketeering in aid of murder. Negotiated dismissal of all but one charge, with agreed sentence of release upon credit for time served.
  • State v. Saephanh

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty jury verdict. All counts.
    Description:
    Attempted First Degree Murder charge, as well as burglary charge. Client alleged to have attempted to abduct and run over victim, as well as aid another defendant in shooting her. Client acquitted on all counts.