Criminal Defense Results

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, RAPE – After the client was charged with rape, Mr. Healy obtained a not guilty verdict at trial. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the complainant’s allegations were made to protect her relationship with another man. The client avoided 8 years in prison.

DISMISSAL, RAPE OF A CHILD AND CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with sexually abusing his fiancée’s daughter. The client faced 26 years to life in prison. Following Mr. Healy’s investigation and trial preparation, all charges were dropped.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting his fiancée. The client’s fiancée suffered numerous facial fractures, to include: orbital, zygoma, and maxillary sinus fractures. The client faced 10 years in prison. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client caused the fractures while defending himself against his fiancée. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT OF A CHILD – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting her stepdaughter. The client faced a prison term of 41 months. Mr. Healy’s trial preparation and negotiation caused the prosecutor to agree to dismiss the case. The client received no jail time.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, FIRST DEGREE ROBBERY – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with Robbery in the First Degree. The client drove the “get away vehicle” after his passenger held up a convenience store at gunpoint. Witnesses observed the client squeal his tires and flee the scene when the passenger returned to the vehicle. The police pursued the client’s vehicle for miles and stopped the client’s vehicle using a “pitt maneuver.” Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client did not know the passenger was going to rob the store. The client avoided 4 years in prison.

DISMISSAL, “TWO STRIKES” CASE – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with a “two strikes” offense. The client faced life in prison without the possibility of parole. Mr. Healy’s investigation and trial preparation caused the prosecutor to dismiss the strike allegation. The client received a minimal sentence of electronic home monitoring.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with molesting his daughter. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client’s daughter made the allegation up. The jury found the client not guilty. The client avoided years in prison.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting and threatening his wife. Following Mr. Healy’s interview of the client’s wife, in the presence of the prosecutor, the charges were dismissed.

NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, FIRST DEGREE BURGLARY AND INDECENT LIBERTIES – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with forcibly entering the residence of his son’s fiancée and sexually assaulting her. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the allegations were false because the fiancée did not want the client’s son to discover her sexual overtures toward the client. The jury found the client not guilty. The client avoided 7 years in prison.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting his neighbor. Mr. Healy’s investigation revealed the primary witness was lying to retaliate against the client regarding a neighborhood dispute. Mr. Healy’s negotiation caused the prosecutor to dismiss the charge.

NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, SEVEN COUNTS OF VIOLATION OF A PROTECTION ORDER AND ONE COUNT OF HARASSMENT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with multiple counts of violating a protection order and threatening his estranged wife. The client faced one year in jail on each count. The prosecution introduced the client’s voice mails left on the estranged wife’s cell phone after the protection order was entered. Notwithstanding the voice mails, Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client’s wife lied to obtain the protective order and used the order as a weapon to falsely accuse the client of the protection order violation(s). The jury found the client not guilty on all counts.

DISMISSAL, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with sexually abusing his daughter. The client faced 10 years in prison. Mr. Healy’s trial preparation and negotiation resulted in the prosecutor dismissing all charges.

NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, ASSAULT, HARASSMENT, TAMPERING WITH A WITNESS, INTIMIDATING A PUBLIC SERVANT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with numerous offenses, exposing him to years in prison if convicted. The principal witnesses against the client were police officers. Prior to trial, Mr. Healy discovered the police officers had a dartboard with the client’s picture on it at the police station. Mr. Healy impeached the police with this information at trial. The client was found not guilty of all charges except a misdemeanor charge of obstruction. The client received only a minimal sentence and avoided years in prison.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. The client faced a prison term of 45 months. Mr. Healy’s investigation and negotiation resulted in the client spending only 2 days in jail.

NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting his wife and threatening her. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the wife’s allegations were false because she was attempting to get the client kicked out of the marital residence. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with molesting two young girls in a nationally publicized case. The client faced 16 years to life in prison. Mr. Healy’s investigation and trial preparation convinced the prosecutor to offer a misdemeanor, which allowed the client to avoid the risk of trial and prison (arguably for the rest of his life). The client walked out of jail into the loving arms of his family.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting his teenage son. At trial, the prosecution introduced pictures showing extensive bruising to the son’s face. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client hit the son in self-defense. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting her boyfriend. Prosecution witnesses observed Mr. Healy’s client violently attack her boyfriend. Mr. Healy’s investigation and trial preparation caused the prosecutor to dismiss the case on the day of trial.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting his wife. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the wife was not credible. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s elderly client was charged with molesting a neighbor child. The client faced 61 months to life in prison. Mr. Healy’s investigation and negotiation convinced the prosecutor to offer a misdemeanor, which allowed the client to avoid the risk of trial and prison. The client did not spend one day in jail.

NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with one count of assault and three counts of harassment regarding his former girlfriend. Prosecution witnesses observed Mr. Healy’s client choking his former girlfriend. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the prosecution witnesses were not credible. The jury found the client not guilty on all counts.

DISMISSAL, RAPE OF A CHILD AND CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with sexually abusing his stepdaughter. The client faced 13 years to life in prison. Mr. Healy’s investigation and trial preparation caused the original charges to be dismissed. The client accepted a misdemeanor offer and was sentenced to community service hours.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, UNLAWFUL DISPLAY OF A FIREARM – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with threatening his stepparents with a handgun. The client faced one year in jail. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the client’s stepparents had embellished the incident, as the client was simply packing his handgun to leave the residence. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assault. Mr. Healy’s intervention caused the prosecutor to dismiss the charge.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, DUI – Mr. Healy’s client was visiting his daughter at a restaurant were she worked. The client’s ex-wife was present at the restaurant. The client’s ex-wife informed several police officers she knew that the client was drunk and leaving in his vehicle. The police officers injured the client during the arrest process. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the police wrongfully charged the client to justify their own improper conduct. Following the not guilty verdict, several jurors commented Mr. Healy proved the police lied on the witness stand.

DISMISSAL, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with several counts of child molestation. The client faced 13 years to life in prison. Mr. Healy’s pretrial motions and trial preparation resulted in a misdemeanor disposition.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, ASSAULT – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with assaulting several young women. Mr. Healy convinced the jury the young women were not credible. The jury found the client not guilty.

DISMISSAL, RAPE OF A CHILD AND CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with four felonies. The client faced 23 years to life in prison. Mr. Healy’s thorough investigation and trial preparation caused the original charges to be dismissed. The client merely served 20 days in jail.

NOT GUILTY VERDICT, ASSAULT; DISMISSAL, THREE COUNTS OF VIOLATION OF NO CONTACT ORDER - Mr. Healy's client was charged with one count of assault and three counts of violating a no contact order. Mr. Healy's investigation and trial preparation caused the prosecutor to dismiss all three no contact order allegations. Mr. Healy then convinced the jury the prosecution witnesses were not credible regarding the assault allegation. The jury found the client not guilty. 

DISMISSAL, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was charged with sexually abusing his younger stepbrother. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office to dismiss the charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, “TWO STRIKE” CASE – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated for sexually assaulting his friend’s daughter. If charged, the client faced life in prison without the possibility of parole. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office not to file charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, RAPE OF A CHILD AND CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated for sexually abusing his granddaughter. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office not to file charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, RAPE OF A CHILD – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated by the police for sexually abusing a child at his wife’s day care. If charged, the client faced 10 years in prison. Mr. Healy’s intervention with the police and the prosecutor’s office caused the prosecutor not to file charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated for sexually assaulting her daughter. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office not to file charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, CHILD MOLESTATION – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated for sexually assaulting his foster child. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office not to file charges.

NO CHARGES FILED, FAILURE TO REGISTER – Mr. Healy’s client was being investigated for failing to register as a sex offender. Mr. Healy’s investigation and intervention caused the prosecutor’s office not to file charges.