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2022

  • November 2022: TRIAL – NOT GUILTY MURDER  – Defendant found guilty of misdemeanor simple assault after trial – defendant was merely present when victim was shot and killed and there was not a conspiracy between the defendant and the shooter.
  • Novemeber 2022: CASE DISMISSED – RULE 600 MOTION GRANTED – Aggravated Assault, Criminal Conspiracy, Official Oppression, and related charges dismissed against prison guard for assaulting an inmate – Commonwealth violated the defendant’s right to a prompt trial in Pennsylvania by failing to act with due diligence in prosecuting the case under Rule 600.
  • October 2022: MOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED – Firearm recovered from vehicle during vehicle frisk for police officer safety pursuant to Com. v. Cartagena
  • September 2022: MOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED – Firearm recovered from vehicle without search warrant or probable cause and exigent circumstances 
  • September 2022 – TRIAL – NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES – Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, Section 6105, Felony of the first degree and related charges – gun found by police during traffic stop secreted behind a control panel – circumstantial evidence of constructive possession was not sufficient to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
  • September 2022: CASE DISMISSED – Defendant charged in a driveby shooting – all charges dismissed after a preliminary hearing because the evidence was insufficient to prove that the Defendant was a co-conspirator to the shooting.
  • September 2022: MOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED – firearm recovered during pedestrian stop and frisk suppressed pursuant to Commonwealth v. Hicks.
  • September 2022: MOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED – firearm and narcotics recovered from a parolee’s home during an enforcement action by Pennsylvania State Parole and also suppressed was the parolee’s statement as fruit of the poisonous tree – pursuant to Commonwealth v. E. Williams and 42 Pa. C.S.A. Section 9912.
  • August 2022 – ALL CHARGES DISMISSED – Robbery, theft, carjacking.
  • August 2022 – TRIAL – NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES – Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Theft, and other related charges – juvenile justice center employee was beaten and robbed and accused another employee as the perpetrator.  Defendant claimed that she was falsely accused and mistakenly identified.  The Court agreed and she was acquitted of all charges.
  • July 2022: Gun charges dismissed – Motion to suppress granted and firearm recovered from a vehicle without a warrant was suppressed pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander
  • June 2022: TRIAL – NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES – Rape, Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Statutory Sexual Assault, of a Minor, etc. Defendant rejected Commonwealth offer of 3 – 6 years in state prison, he was acquitted of all charges and he is home with his family.
  • May 2022: Motion to suppress firearm and marijuana granted Commonwealth v. Freeman, Commonwealth v. Dewitt, Commonwealth v. Reppert and Commonwealth v. Alexander.
  • April 2022: CASE DISMISSED per Rule 1013 (Speedy trial) – Commonwealth failed to act with due diligence – case dismissed per Commonwealth v. Harth
  • April 2022: JURY TRIAL – NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES – Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, and Possessing an Instrument of Crime. The Defendant rejected the Commonwealth offer of 8 -16 years in state prison, he was acquitted of all charges and he is home with his family.
  • March 2022: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act- All Charges Dismissed
  • March 2022: Bench trial – Not guilty all charges – Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, Reckless Endangerment, and Simple Assault
  • March 2022: Motion to suppress 3 firearms was granted because traffic stop was ruled unlawful per Commonwealth v. Brubaker; consent to search vehicle was ruled unlawful per Commonwealth v. Mattis, and search exceeded scope of consent to search per Commonwealth v. Randolph.
  • March 2022: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act- All Charges Dismissed
  • March 2022 – Drug charges dismissed – District Attorney concedes motion to suppress evidence recovered from the Defendant’s groin (approximately 300 pills) pursuant to a frisk during a vehicle stop for illegal window tint.  Commonwealth v. Malloy; In re T.W.; Commonwealth v. Stackfield, and Commonwealth v. Stevenson.
  • February 2022: Charged with Burglary and related charges. All charges withdrawn at preliminary hearing.
  • February 2022: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Motion to Suppress granted pursuant to Commonwealth v Alexander.
  • February 2022: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act. Motion to Suppress granted pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander.
  • January 2022: Originally charged with Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Simple Assault and related charges. Found not guilty on three charged and remaining charged were dismissed.
  • January 2022: Motion to Quash Granted – Attempted Murder charged dismissed for Army Veteran

2021

  • December 2021 – Case Dismissed – Habeas Corpus (Motion to Quash) granted as to all charges  – Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Possession of a Firearm Prohibited, etc.
  • November 2021JURY TRIAL – NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES – Rape, Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Statutory Sexual Assault, etc. Defendant rejected Commonwealth offer of 5 -10 years in state prison, he was acquitted of all charges and he is home with his family.
  • October 2021: Motion to suppress granted on grounds that the police lacked probable casue to attempt to arrest and then chase the defendant. The items siezed by police were the result of unlawful conduct.
  • October 2021: Motion to suppress granted as to two firearms from an automobile allegedly in plainview and as to narcotics recovered during a frisk and search of the defendant pursuant to Commonwealth v. Kue, Hawkins, Cartagena, Barr, Alexander and In re T.V.
  • October 2021: Originally charged with Unlawful Contact with a Minor- Sexual Offense and six related charges. Guilty plea negotiated for Probation on Indecent Assault of a Person Less than 13 Years of Age with the remaining charges dismissed.
  • October 2021: Charged with Criminal Trespassing and Criminal Mischief- found not guilty on both charges. Burglary charge deposed at lower court.
  • October 2021: Defendant who shot and killed in self-defense gets house arrest for the Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, 6105
  • October 2021: Aggravated Assault and related charges- all charges dismissed.
  • October 2021: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act (VUFA) and Distribution with Intent to Deliver (PWID) – 2 firearms and narcotics recovered from secret compartment in automobile not owned by defendant – charges dismissed after preliminary hearing – lack of evidence as to knowledge of presence of contraband pursuant to Commonwealth v. Boatwright and Commonwealth v. Parrish.
  • October 2021: Motion to Supress granted as to drugs and firearm recovered from a house pursuant to Commonwealth v. Way, Commonwealth v. Kline, Commonwealth v. Nicholson and Commonwealth v. Romero.
  • October 2021: Criminal Tresspassing and Damaged Property charges- Found Not Guilty.
  • September 2021: Drug distribution charges- all charges dismissed.
  • September 2021: Possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine and marijuana and fire arm charge. All charges dismissed after motion to suppress evidence was litigated and granted pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander.
  • September 2021: Motion to Dismiss by Compulsory Joinder Rule 110 (Double Jeopardy) – 19 counts of Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, 6105, 19 counts of theft (19 firearms) – All charges dismissed.
  • September 2021: Motion to Suppress conceded by District Attorney’s Office for drug distribution charges. All charges dismissed.
  • September 2021: Firearms charges dismissed in Camden County New Jersey for lack of evidence.
  • August 2021: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act – All charges dismissed at preliminary hearing.
  • July 2021: Assault charges dismissed in Atlantic County, New Jersey.
  • July 2021: PA gun permit appeal granted for client who was previously denied twice for a license to carry a firearm in Philadelphia.
  • July 2021: Possession with the intent to deliver methamphetamine and ecstasy- All charges dismissed at preliminary hearing.
  • July 2021: Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act- Charges dismissed after a Motion to Suppress Evidence (firearm) was litigated and granted pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander
  • July 2021: Rape and Unlawful Contact with Minor- All charges dismissed at the preliminary hearing.
  • July 2021:  First Degree Murder, Third Degree Murder, Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act 6106 and Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act 6105 – Not Guilty in trial by jury of all charges.
  • July 2021:  Violation of the Drug and Cosmetic Act (possession with the intent to deliver controlled substances) – crack, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and oxycodone – all charges dismissed after a motion to suppress evidence was litigated and granted pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander.
  • July 2021:  Violation of the Drug and Cosmetic Act (possession with the intent to deliver controlled substances), Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act 6106 and Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act 6105 – multiple firearms recovered and heroin – all charges dismissed after a motion to suppress evidence was litigated and granted pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander.
  • June 2021: Motion to Quash granted on all charges
  • May 2021: Motion to Suppress granted
  • May 2021: Gun charges dismissed at preliminary hearing for fully automatic handgun
  • May 2021: Criminal charges dismissed at Preliminary Hearing in Delaware County Domestic Violence case
  • April 2021: $95,000 settlement for USPS worker bitten by dog in Chester County.
  • April 2021: $262,500 settlement for woman rear-ended by a tow-truck.
  • April 2021: Motion to suppress granted as to drugs and gun recovered from vehicle pursuant to Commonwealth v. Alexander
  • March 2021: Successful Gun Permit Appeal after criminal charges were dismissed in self-defense case
  • March 2021: NJ Drug Distribution.  All charges dismissed
  • March 2021: Sexual Assault charges dismissed by District Attorneys Office
  • March 2021: Sexual Assault charges dismissed by DA’s Office
  • February 2021: Confidential Settlement for client who slipped and fell at a bar.
  • February 2021: Confidential settlement for woman injured due to nursing home neglect.

2020

  • December 2020: Citizenship obtained for client who was previously denied.
  • February 2020: $135,000 for man involved in a car accident with an uninsured driver.
  • May 2020: Bucks County drug charges dismissed at preliminary hearing.

2019

  • December 2019: Aggravated Assault DUI – Charges Dismissed Motion to Quash
  • December 2019: Murder Investigation – No Charges
  • December 2019: $315,000 for man rear-ended by a Police vehicle.
  • October 2019: Attempted Murder – Not Guilty all Charges
  • October 2019: Federal Extortion Case – Probation
  • October 2019: Gun Case – Motion to Suppress Granted – Case Dismissed
  • September 2019: Federal Drug Distribution (8 Pounds of Fentanyl) and Gun Charges (924(c)) – All Charges Dismissed
  • September 2019: Drug Distribution and Gun Charges Dismissed at Preliminary Hearing
  • September 2019: Motion to Suppress Granted – Drugs and Gun Charges Dismissed
  • September 2019: Insurance Fraud Investigation – No charges filed
  • August 2019: Witness Intimidation Case – All Charges Dismissed
  • August 2019: Gun Charges – All Charges Dismissed before Trial
  • July 2019: Gun Case – All Charges Dismissed
  • June 2019: Drug Distribution Case – 2 Pound of Fentanyl – Charges Dismissed
  • May 2019: Homicide by Vehicle Charges – 2 years Probation
  • May 2019: $300,000 for woman bitten by her neighbor’s dog.
  • April 2019: Insurance Fraud Case – All Charges Dismissed
  • April 2019: Gun Case – All Charges Dismissed
  • March 2019: Jury Trial – Murder – Not Guilty all Charges
  • March 2019: Gun Charges Dismissed at Preliminary Hearing
  • January 2019: Rape Investigation – No Charges
  • January 2019: $100,000 for woman who fell out of her wheelchair while under the care of her caregiver.

2018

  • December 2018 – Handicapped Woman – awarded $100,000 for facial scar she received due to negligence of a healthcare professional
  • October 2018: Jury Trial – Murder – Not Guilty all Charges
  • October 2018 – Immigrant Businessman – Jury acquits man of Murder. Prosecution had DNA and Forensic evidence – Not Guilty of all charges
  • August 2018 – Businessman – Judge grants defense motion to quash Firearms charges – all charges dismissed
  • August 2018 – Medical Professional – Domestic Violence aggravated assault and Firearms charges – Judge dismisses all charges at preliminary hearing
  • August 2018 – Auto Accident – settled a lawsuit for a client in the amount of $400,000, this case also included a negotiated underinsurance claim.
  • August 2018 – Juvenile – Gunpoint Robbery where juvenile client was charged as an adult. Mr. Pagano successfully had the case transferred to juvenile court
  • August 2018 – Juvenile – Rape charges – all charges dismissed after defense investigation revealed exculpatory evidence
  • August 2018 – Professional Boxer – Preliminary Hearing Firearms violations – all charges dismissed
  • June 2018 – Citizen – Judge acquits man in Firearms case where firearm was located in vehicle owned and operated by client – Not Guilty of all charges
  • June 2018 – Corrections Officer – awarded $200,000 for injuries sustained in a tractor trailer accident
  • June 2018 – Military Veteran – Jury acquits man of Attempted Murder – Not Guilty of all charges
  • April 2018 – Warehouse Worker – Mr. Pagano had firearm charges dropped by DA’s office after defense investigation revealed police fabricated evidence. Mr. George then settled a civil lawsuit against City

2017

  • October 2017 – Citizen found not guilty of double murder, awarded $750,000 against City for malicious prosecution.
  • August 2017 – Citizen – Judge acquits man of all charges in the home invasion robbery of several Tempe University students
  • August 2017 – Citizen – Judge reverses decision on motion to suppress a firearm and grants the motion and finds police sergeant to be unbelievable – case dismissed
  • August 2017 – Citizen – Judge acquits man of all charges in drug case where approximately $50,000.00 of drugs and money was confiscated by police.
  • July 2017 – New Sentencing Hearing Granted on Appeal in Federal Child Porn Case
  • June 2017 – Iraqi Businessman and Green Card holder – Federal indictment – Money Laundering charges – Charges refiled by U.S. Attorney’s Office to prevent defendant from being deported.
  • May 2017 – Act 235 Security Guard – preliminary hearing Firearms violations – all charges dismissed.
  • May 2017 – Citizen – home invasion robbery case – preliminary hearing – all charges dismissed.
  • May 2017 – Physician’s Assistant – target of sexual assault upon patient investigation – no charges filed.
  • April 2017 – Philadelphia Police Detective – jury trial aggravated assault charges – not guilty all charges.
  • March 2017 – College Student – preliminary hearing aggravated assault on campus – all charges dismissed.
  • March 2017 – Citizen – target of sexual assault investigation – no charges filed.
  • March 2017 – Citizen – preliminary hearing sexual assault charges by daughter – all charges dismissed.
  • March 2017 – Act 235 Security Guard – Firearms violations – Motions to suppress gun granted – all charges dismissed.
  • March 2017 – Citizen – alleged drug dealer – Motion to Suppress granted as to drugs recovered – all charges dismissed.
  • March 2017 – Bank Officer – trial assault charges for making a citizen’s arrest – not guilty all charges.
  • March 2017 – Philadelphia Prison Guard – trial assault charges – not guilty all charges.
  • March 2017 – Business Owner – Emergency Medical Care Centers – fraud, forgery and theft charges – all charges dismissed.
  • February 2017 – Philadelphia prison guard – trial aggravated assault charges – not guilty all charges.
  • February 2017 – Citizen – alleged drug dealer – Motion to Suppress granted as to drugs recovered – all charges dismissed.
  • February 2017 – Citizen – Appeal – jury verdict vacated in disarming police officer case – new trial granted.

2016

  • September 2016 – Philadelphia Judge – Federal Indictment – Gets probation in lieu of jail sentence.
  • August 2016 – Philadelphia Prison Guard – trial aggravated assault shooting case – not guilty.
  • July 2016 – Auto repair shop owner – trial chop shop and multiple theft charges – not guilty all charges.
  • June 2016 – Death Row Inmate – New trial awarded after successful appeal and motions hearings.
  • May 2016 – Tow truck company owner – trial chop shop and multiple theft charges – not guilty all charges.
  • May 2016 – Philadelphia Prison Guard – trial illegally bringing drugs into prison – all charges dismissed.

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