Watch S.W. fresh out of law school successfully defending Dahson Iraldo in his first murder case!
Mr. Andrews was seized without cause and subsequently arrested. Upon being confronted with overwhelming evidence that Mr. Andrews should have never been approached by the police, the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office continued in its prosecution of Mr. Andrews. S.W. was able to convince the judge that the case should be dismissed!
Ms. Bishop was the victim of a hasty and sloppy investigation which ultimately led to her arrest on very serious charges. After a more thorough investigation at S.W.’s behest, all of her charges were dropped.
Mr. Wolfe made a mistake but S.W. was able to get him a second chance! S.W. has worked tirelessly during his career to make sure everyone gets the same breaks in the criminal justice system that Mr. Wolfe received.
Watch S.W. opine on the legality of a Norfolk police officer’s use of force.
S.W. thinks we’ve got bigger fish to fry in Norfolk than busting kids for smoking joints. It’s time to focus on the things that really matter!
A man was indicted Wednesday in the fatal shooting more than three years ago of an elderly barber in his shop, a killing in which charges against a previous suspect were dropped.
NORFOLK — A person accused of murdering a barbershop owner who later had charges against him withdrawn, filed a lawsuit claiming false arrest.
Norfolk, Va. – A Norfolk judge has signed an order to expunge a Norfolk sailor’s criminal record, erasing any trace of nine felony charges linked to the November 2012 burglaries at Iowa Estates near Naval Station Norfolk.