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Attorney Duggan secures acquittal for client

On November 16, 2017, in Suffolk County Superior Court, a jury of twelve returned a verdict of not guilty in favor of Attorney Benjamin Duggan’s client.  Attorney Duggan’s client was charged with, among other things, illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition.  Due to certain sentencing enhancements, Attorney Duggan’s client was facing a minimum mandatory state prison sentence of 15 years.  Attorney Duggan’s client had been held pending trial for over a year.  Following the jury’s verdict, he walked out the front door of the courthouse a free man.

Issues in the case included a motion to suppress certain items seized pursuant to a search warrant, the legal elements of actual and constructive possession, and various forensic testing including DNA and fingerprints.  The jury’s verdict followed extensive testimony and evidence.

If you have been charged with a crime, contact the attorneys at the KJC Law Firm.  Let our experience secure you the best possible results.

 

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