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Felony Assault – Dismissed

A young man came to Callaghan & Callaghan facing an extremely serious criminal charge. Prior to charging in Superior Court Callaghan & Callaghan, with co-counsel, met with law enforcement on numerous occasions. Through a well devised strategy utilizing both the facts and case law, we secured a dismissal of the matter prior to charging.

Simple Assault – Dismissed

A Callaghan & Callaghan client found himself in a very difficult situation. Our client was accused of a crime that he did not commit. Unfortunately, as is the case in many instances, alcohol contributed to the situation. To compound matters, after the arrest, a local news outlet picked up on the arrest.

Regulatory Appeal

Callaghan & Callaghan’s attorneys recently won a hard fought regulatory appeal for a South County client. At numerous times in the litigation, Callaghan & Callaghan was informed by opposing government counsel that their case was hopeless. Callaghan & Callaghan’s review of the applicable statutes and regulations unearthed both due process and administrative issues.

Simple Assault – Washington County

A Callaghan & Callaghan client recently had a simple assault domestic charge dismissed. Callaghan & Callaghan’s attorneys utilized witness statements and police reports to point out inconsistencies in the town’s case. After presenting their arguments to the prosecutor, the matter was dismissed.

Commercial Transaction – Kent County

Callaghan & Callaghan recently helped a young family achieve a life long dream of owning a small business. Callaghan & Callaghan’s attorneys assisted their clients in negotiating both the purchase and sale for real property and the asset agreement for the existing business.

Dismissal – Disorderly Conduct – Washington County

A local police department charged a female defendant charged with Disorderly Conduct. Defendant was initially charged with a domestic offense, but Callaghan & Callaghan showed the prosecution that the defendant and alleged victim had no domestic relationship. Callaghan & Callaghan also argued that the matter did not meet the elements of the charged crime. Case dismissed.