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Our Lancaster Lawyers’ Case Results

Marinaro Law has successfully defended thousands of criminal defendants. Below are just a few examples.

NOT Guilty Verdicts

  • Commonwealth v. W.P.-T. – Client found NOT Guilty for theft.
  • Commonwealth v. L.M.-V. – Client found NOT Guilty for theft.
  • Commonwealth v. J.S. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Aggravated Assault; REAP.
  • Commonwealth v. C.D. – Client found NOT Guilty for theft.
  • Commonwealth v. T.B. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Felony Drug.
  • Commonwealth v. J.G. – Client found NOT Guilty for Firearms.
  • Commonwealth v. T.D. – Client found NOT Guilty for Indecent Exposure.
  • Commonwealth v. Hawkins – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for First Degree Murder.
  • Commonwealth v. D.C. – Despite Confession by Defendant, Jury Found Defendant NOT Guilty for Rape; Unlawful Contact with Minor; Aggravated Indecent Assault; Corruption of Minor; Indecent Assault.
  • Commonwealth v. F.C. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Strangulation.
  • Commonwealth v. W.L. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Felony Counts of Theft.
  • Commonwealth v. – Client found NOT Guilty for IDSI.
  • Commonwealth v. Stewart – Client found NOT Guilty for First Degree Murder.
  • Commonwealth v. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Rape.
  • Commonwealth v. Williams – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Burglary – Home Invasion; Theft; Terroristic Threats.
  • Commonwealth v. Davis – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for DUI – 2nd Offense.
  • Commonwealth v. R.L. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for DUI – 2nd Offense.
  • Commonwealth v. R.L. – Client found NOT Guilty (Jury) for Aggravated Assault (F1).

Charges Withdrawn, Dismissed, or Reduced

  • Commonwealth v. M.G. – Charges Withdrawn for Death by Delivery of Fentanyl.
  • Commonwealth v. R.M. – Charges Withdrawn for Sex Offenses.
  • Commonwealth v. H.G. – Charges Withdrawn for Public Drunkenness.
  • Commonwealth v. A.S. – Charges Withdrawn for DUI.
  • Commonwealth v. M.N – Charges Dismissed.
  • Commonwealth v. D.K. – Charges Dismissed for Driving While Operating Privilege is Suspended.
  • Commonwealth v. C.S. – Charges Dismissed for Probation Violation.
  • Commonwealth v. X.D. – Charges Dismissed for Retail Theft.
  • Commonwealth v. C.P. – Charges Nolle Prossed (ALL 3 Drug Charges) for PWID; Possession of Marijuana; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
  • Commonwealth v. E.K. – Charges Reduced to Misdemeanor for Felony Drug.
  • Commonwealth v. T.R.– Charges Reduced to Summary for Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct.

Criminal Defense Case Results

  • Numerous felony counts including robbery, firearm possession (because of past drug conviction) and possession of a stolen firearm. Client was found not guilty of all charges by a jury of 12. There was no forensic science to connect the client to the gun found at the crime scene. DNA swabs taken from the gun were never sent to the Pennsylvania State Police for testing. And the police were unable to lift identifying fingerprints from the gun, magazine, or bullets found at the scene.
  • Possession of a stolen vehicle. Defense Attorney Michael V. Marinaro successfully convinced a jury of 12 that his client was not guilty. The trial lasted two days, and the jury found our client not guilty after deliberating nearly five hours. If found guilty, the client would have faced a state prison sentence.
  • DUI, second offense within the 10 year look-back period. The police officer saw the defendant/client and her passenger changing a flat tire alongside the road, and stopped to assist. While talking with our client, he observed that she appeared to be unsteady on her feet, he smelled a strong odor of alcohol emanating from her breath and noted her eyes were bloodshot and glassy. Her passenger told the officer that our client was the driver of the car. Attorney litigated this matter before a jury. Jury finds defendant not guilty!

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