Criminal Defense Attorney

Representative Cases

Manufacturing Methamphetamine – Motion to Suppress Allowed – Dismissed

After receiving a complaint from a neighbor that a “foul, chemical odor” was emitting from a specific apartment in an apartment building, local police investigated. The neighbor said that the odor was so pungent that a tenant of the building had been forced to sleep elsewhere, due to headaches and other ill effects. Upon arriving at […]

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Domestic Assault and Battery – Pretrial Probation – Dismissed

LQ, a 53-year-old, bioengineer, and his wife had a fight. LQ called the police. When the police arrived, his wife alleged that he punched her in the head multiple times. The police noticed red marks on her neck and face. According to the police, LQ admitted twice to hitting her. LQ disputed that. He claimed […]

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Leaving the Scene of Property Damage – Pretrial Probation – Dismissed

As she was pulling out of a parking space, ED, a 42-year-old executive, backed her SUV into another car. The other car’s side mirror was knocked off, there were significant dents and scrapes on the door, and the owner happened to be sitting in the car at the time. He recorded her license plate and […]

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Human Trafficking – Superior Court – Dismissed

PG, a 22-year-old woman, was charged with Trafficking in Persons for Sexual Servitude.  Over many months, a multi-department task force investigated a prostitution ring. The investigation revealed that a male pimp (MP) traveled up and down the east coast with various women, some under 18 years old. Staying in each city for a day or […]

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Attaching Wrong Motor Vehicle Plates (2x) – No Complaint Issued – No entry on criminal record

Driving in their new car, a young married couple was pulled over. The officer stopped them because the license plate on the car did not match the plate to which the car was registered. The couple had purchased the vehicle less than one week prior. Having misplaced the new license plates, the husband attached license […]

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Assault and Battery on Person 60 years or Older, Assault and Battery – Dismissed

JJ, his brother, and their mother had a big family fight. JJ and brother punched each other. Mother said that JJ grabbed her violently and punched her in the arm. Mother obtained a restraining order against JJ. JJ maintained that he did not abuse his mother; he said that his mother accused him of abuse […]

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OUI – Jury Trial – Not Guilty

AM, a 33-year-old social worker, was stopped on the highway by the state police. It was 1:45am. The trooper pulled him over because AM committed several marked lanes violations. There were two troopers on the scene. The lead trooper detected the following: odor of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. AM was asked the following […]

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Violation of Restraining Order – Clerk’s Hearing – No Complaint Issued

SC, a 28-year-old waiter, was cited for violating a restraining order. Specifically, SC was accused of calling his ex-girlfriend over 100 times in a one-hour period in violation of a restraining order. A criminal case based on essentially the same conduct was already pending against SC. SC hired Attorney Henry Fasoldt to represent him at […]

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Rape (2 counts), Strangulation, Witness Intimidation, Assault and Battery w/ Dangerous Weapon (lamp) – Superior Court – Dismissed

JG, a 48-year-old construction worker, met an age-appropriate woman online. After a few dates JG and the woman decided to go to a motel. Staying at the motel for two nights, they drank copious amounts of alcohol (and ingested drugs). Next, they went to a different motel where the same behavior was repeated. They also […]

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Assault and Battery w/ Dangerous Weapon (Gun), Assault and Battery w/ Dangerous Weapon (Bat), Assault and Battery w/ Dangerous Weapon (Machete), Malicious Destruction of Property (2 Counts – Motor Vehicles) – Dismissed

A continuation from this case, the entire case was finally dismissed. It required three trial dates to accomplish the dismissal. After investigating the case (with a private investigator), Attorney Henry Fasoldt learned that the “victims” in this case did not have clean hands and were very unlikely to show up to court. Specifically, the male […]

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