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10-8-2014: Alleged juvenile arsonist avoids court. Attorney Davis is able to negotiate a fire safety class for juvenile charged with burning an abandoned home.
10-6-2014: Client wins personal injury trial. The at-fault driver claimed that she was not negligent. Will Davis, Esq. was able to prove the accident was not his client's fault and receive a money judgment.
10-1-2014: Marijuana distribution case dismissed. Client, whose wife had prescription for medical marijuana, gets his distribution charge dismissed at trial.
9-17-2014: Cigarette importation case leads to PBJ for client. Will Davis negotiated a deal that just left his client with a fine for importing a large amount of cigarettes into Maryland.
9-11-2014: Drug possession reduced to paraphernalia. Will Davis, Esq. argues that the search was unlawful. State offers paraphernalia in light of illegal search.
9-4-2014: No jail time for 2nd DUI. Attorney Davis convinces prosecutor and judge to agree to no jail time for 2nd DUI in two years due to possibility that the Defendant at accident scene was not the driver.
9-3-2014: Defendant acquitted in hate crime case. Defendant found not guilty in Baltimore case where accused of intentionally causing an accident due to the victim's race.
9-3-2014: Murder charge dismissed. 12 year old charged with murder gets case dismissed at trial.
8-25-2014: Six co-defendants all have malicious destruction cases dismissed. Defendants' cases dismissed when Will Davis argues limited culpability and restitution is paid in full.
8-12-2014: No jail time in Violation of Probation case. State asks for 11 months of jail time but Will Davis is able to convince Judge Baynes to continue probation due to the efforts of the Defendant in obtaining his driver's license.
8-8-2014: driving without insurance case dismissed.
8-7-2014: Burglary case put on the shelf. Case in the Circuit Court for Cecil County where the Defendant allegedly burglarized a church. It could not be proven that the Defendant was the person who actually entered the premises.
8-7-2014: Theft case put on the shelf. Stolen wallet case ends in a Stet with restitution to the victim and community service.
8-6-2014: Defendant with extensive traffic record gets case dismissed when Attorney Will Davis opposes postponement of case and argues that the case should continue although the officer was not present. The State had to dismiss the case because the judge ruled in the Defendant's favor.
8-4-2014: Attempted murder case dismissed! Case that began as four counts of attempted was ultimately dismissed three months later. The major charges were initially dropped at the preliminary hearing and the remaining charges were dropped later.
Sentence for Possession With Intent to Distribute converted to home detention. Will Davis was hired to modify the sentence of a convicted defendant in Harford County, Maryland. He was able to get the entire one year jail sentence converted to home detention.
Violation of Probation dismissed. Lawyer William Davis was able to get his client's VOP case dismissed due to his exemplrry while conduct on probation.
Case where Defendant attempted to burn neighbor's house put on shelf. Case in Circuit Court for Cecil County where the Defendant was charge of Malicious Burning was placed on the Stet docket.
Only a fine received for CDS possession charge. State's Attorney originally wanted 90 days in jail but William Davis, Esq. held out until the State changed it's offer to a fine only.
Importation of cigarettes reduced to a misdemeaner and $1000 fine. Will Davis was able to negotiate felony down to misdemeanor before Judge Cahill in the Baltimore County Circuit Court in case where Defendant transported 10,000 packs (1000 cartons) of cigarettes through Maryland from Virginia. Client received a fine and no jail time.
Harassment charge dismissed. Elkton attorney, William Davis, was able to assist in resolving a domestic violence prior to trial which led to the Defendant's case getting dismissed.
DUI case thrown out. State unable to prove case where Attorney William Davis's Client is found asleep at the wheel.
Possession with intent to distribute illegal pills reduced to simple possession after question raised about legality of search.
Domestic assault dismissed. Judge Butanis, Harford County, refuses to postpone domestic assault after victim fails to appear for court. Will Davis argued that his client was unduly prejudiced.
DUI case thrown out. Defendant charged with DUI, hit and run, fleeing the scene and other related charges. State was unable to prove the case when Will Davis requested that they produce eye witnesses.
Conviction stricken in case where 1st Degree Assault charged negotiated down to 2nd Degree Assault. Will Davis helps client receive PBJ (no conviction) for assault with chainsaw in case with Assistant State's Attorney, Mary Burnell, Esq., before Cecil County Circuit Court Judge Jane Cairns Murray.
Possession with intent to distribute Percocet reduced to simple possession when Attorney Davis proved that the defendant possessed drugs for personal use. Assistant State's Attorney Steven Trostle, Esq. agrees to reduce the charges for the defendant in front of retired Cecil County Circuit Court Judge O. Robert Lidums.
1st Degree Assault charge thrown out. Cecil County case with Assistant State's Attorney, Perry Seaman, Esq. gets thrown out due to lack of cooperation from two complaining witnesses.
Acquittal 1st Degree Assault charge in Harford County by way of spousal privilege before District Court Judge Susan Hazlett. Defendant's wife refused to testify and the state failed to bring other witnesses to court.
False Statement to Police Officer charge placed on Stet when Will Davis, Esq. points out to the Harford County prosecutor that the elements of the crime are not met. Defendant made a false statement to the police, but had no intent to initiate an investigation.
Probation Before Judgment for DUI charge. Attorney Davis was able to impress upon the court the Defendant's stellar traffic history and lack of prior offenses.
Big win at trial for drug possession charge. William Davis, Esq. proves that the search of the Defendant was illegal after the K-9 detected the presence of drugs in the car she was traveling in.
- Heroin distribution case REDUCED to simple possession. Will Davis points out deficiencies in the State's case and works out deal for simple possession for out-of-state defendant.
- False imprisonment and first degree assault REDUCED. Will Davis, Esq. negotiates deal to dismiss 5 year mandatory prison sentence and reduce to second degree assault. Instead of the 15 years in prison as originally recommended by the State, the defendant receives sentence of Drug Court.
- Handgun case placed on the shelf. Client receives Stet (case not prosecuted, but placed on the shelf) for possession of handgun charge.
- Theft, disorderly and impersonation charges placed on the shelf. Separate clients in District Court today receive STET (case not prosecuted, but placed on the shelf) for charge of theft and charge of impersonating a police officer.
- NOT GUILTY finding in burglary case. William Davis, Esq. wins burglary case because of victim's lack of recollection of the events.
- NOT GUILTY finding in drug case. Will Davis, Esq. prevails in case before Honorable V. Michael Whelan where the defendant, sole occupant of a motor vehicle, was determined to be in possession of CDS found inside of a beer can. The State was represented by Assistant State's Attorney, Mary Burnell, Esq.
- Drug case dismissed. Will Davis, Esq. successfully argued that the State may not attempt to circumvent the legal system by recharging a defendant in a criminal case that was previously thrown out due to a lack of evidence.
- State does not prosecute man convicted of stabbing another man. Will Davis, Esq. gets defendant's case placed on the STET docket in case where he was initially charged with 1st Degree Assault with a knife.
- Man acquitted on all charges in Robbery case. William Davis, Esq. helps defendant beat all of the charges on his indictment in a case that was first determined to be an Attempted Murder. Assistant State's Attorney (currently Circuit Court Judge) Keith Baynes represented the State while Retired Judge Dexter Thompson presided over the bench trial. It was alleged that the victim was stabbed during a robbery attempt in Cecil County, Maryland.
- Woman acquitted on all charges in major crack cocaine drug bust before Retired Judge Dexter Thompson for the Circuit Court for Cecil County. Will Davis, Esq., was successful in showing that the State, represented by former Deputy State's Attorney Michael Halter, could not prove that the defendant had knowledge of the drugs, even though her handgun was also found at the scene.
- Cecil County State's Attorney seeks 2 years incarceration for robbery suspect but defendant scores big win with time served and probation. Will Davis, Esq. explains to visiting Retired Judge, Joseph McCurdy, that due to the defendant's youth, he deserves a second chance. Judge offers Probation Before Judgment at end of probationary period.
- Cecil County Circuit Court - Judge Richard "Maximum" Jackson acquits Bel Air woman on all charges indicted in county's biggest drug bust in years. Will Davis, Esq. was able to show that State could not prove the woman had prior involvement with drugs. The State was represented by former State's Attorney, Christopher Eastridge.
- Probation for Attempted 2nd Degree Murder charge. A Delaware Woman escapes Attempted Second Degree Murder charges and winds up with probation on charges of misdemeanor Reckless Endangerment before Retired Judge Fredrick Price for the Circuit Court for Kent County, Maryland.
- Heroin possession case placed on shelf when Will Davis argues that the traffic stop was illegal.
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