Courtroom Victories

STATE V. LAMONT KENNEDY: Lamont was wrongfully accused of two counts of Armed Robbery for allegedly robbing two young males at gunpoint. He was facing a maximum sentence of life in prison. Lamont was found not guilty is less than 1/2 hour in front of The Honorable Jeffrey Levenson thanks to the expertise of Teresa Williams.

STATE V. RICKY SILVA: Ricky was originally charged with Kidnapping and Strong Arm Robbery. After convincing the Assistant State Attorney to drop the Kidnapping count, Ricky went to trial on the Strong Arm Robbery, but because of his priors, he was facing 30 years. He was found not guilty in 20 minutes in front of the Honorable Anna Gardiner based on the closing argument of Teresa Williams.

STATE v. OTIS MC NEILL: Otis refers to Teresa as his "God appointed lawyer." Otis was charged with trafficking in oxycodone. The State dropped the charges after losing a major Motion to Suppress. Otis was facing a 25 year minimum mandatory.

STATE V. ANTHONY SALTER: All evidence obtained in a search of his hotel room as well as a taped confession were suppressed as a result of a 28 page motion filed on Anthony's behalf and litigated by Teresa Williams in front of the Honorable Paul Backman. While facing life as a career criminal, Anthony received a plea offer of one year of probation. Anthony was falsely accused by the same police department one month later and was acquitted after a probation violation hearing where Attorney Williams proved that the police could not have seen what they testified to. Anthony will tell you he would not put his life in the hands of any other attorney.

ALLIED PUBLIC ADJUSTERS V. JUDITH COOPERr: A public adjusting company sued Judith Cooper, an elderly woman, for a percentage of her insurance payment, even though they did absolutely nothing to earn their fee. Ms. Cooper was successful at trial, as a result of the representation of Teresa Williams in small claims court.