The client was facing 15 years in prison for burglary. After a lengthy hearing, James Pascarella successfully argued that the client’s “confession” was wrongfully obtained, in violation of the client’s Sixth Amendment rights. The Court suppressed the said “confession,” ruling it could not be used at trial.
- Attorney client charged with grand larceny and $9 million in cash & assets seized by the Attorney General
- Client Charged With B Felony & Has $9 Million Seized – Ends Up Pleading to Misdemeanor, Money & Assets Returned
- Man Found Not Guilty of Forcible Touching & Sex Abuse After Jury Trial
- Prominent Long Island Business Owner Charged with Grand Larceny & Failure to Pay Taxes Results in No Criminal Conviction
- Woman Charged with Felony DWI & Reckless Endangerment Acquitted After Trial