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The Usry Firm’s reputation is in our track record and our work speaks for itself. With over a decade of experience and countless cases at our backs, you can be confident that your case will be handled and your rights protected. See how we’ve helped others before you.
2019 – State v. John Doe (Co-Counsel)
Charges: Malice Murder, Felony Murder, Aggravated Assault, Possession of Firearm During a Crime and Cruelty to Children in 2nd Degree.
Facts: Adult male charged with Murder after the accidental discharge of a shotgun results in the tragic death of a 6 year old boy.
Result: Jury verdict returned after 4 day trial, finding the Client NOT GUILTY on all counts.
2017 – United States v. Jane Doe
Charges: Trafficking Methamphetamine
Facts: Client driving friend from Atlanta back to South Carolina, pulled over for behavior “consistent with casing business for burglary”, after turning around in a parking lot when she got lost. Subsequent search of the vehicle after detention on the road-side, reveals 1 kilogram of methamphetamine in a backpack in the back seat of client’s car.
Result: After detailed Motion to Suppress and Memorandum in Support are filed, the case is resolved with a plea to a significantly reduced charge and a brief period of probation and house arrest.
2016 – State v. John Doe (Co-Counsel)
Charges: Vehicular Homicide in 1st Degree
Facts: Adult male charged with striking a cyclist before leaving the scene, at which the cyclist was found deceased. The Client insisted that he thought he’d struck a deer, and even stopped to look for an injured animal.
Result: Judge returned verdict after 2 day bench trial, finding the Client NOT GUILTY of the felony charge, and guilty of a lesser included Misdemeanor Vehicular Homicide. Defendant sentenced to misdemeanor probation.
2016 – State v. John Doe
Charges: DUI, Following Too Closely and Failure to Maintain Lane – Taliaferro County
Facts: CDL Driver in personal vehicle pulled over by Sheriff’s Deputies for Following Too Close and hitting the fog line on I-20 while passing a semi in driving rain. Subsequently charged with DUI after a series of flawed Standard Field Sobriety Tests.
Result: All charged DISMISSED after a Motion to Suppress based on the testimony of a nationally recognized expert associated by counsel.
2014 – State v. John Doe
Charges: Aggravated Assault, Possession of Firearm During Crime and Obstruction of Law Enforcement Officer
Facts: Adult male charged after certain acquaintances attending the same party, attempt a robbery and assault on multiple victims. Charged as party to the crime.
Result: Retained after appointed counsel announces the case as a blind plea to all charges. In 2016 the case is subsequently place on the Dead Docket before ultimately being dismissed in 2020.