Criminal Defense Attorney

Representative Cases

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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Assault and Battery on a Household Member – Clerk’s Hearing – No Complaint Issued

AM, a 26-year-old waiter, had a loud yelling fight with his girlfriend (now ex-girlfriend). His girlfriend punched AM repeatedly in the arm after AM put his finger to her lips in an effort to “shush” her. His girlfriend called the police. AM left her apartment. Girlfriend told the police that AM had “covered [her] mouth […]

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Operating with Suspended License, etc – Clerk’s Hearing – No Complaint Issued

GS, a 30-year-old teacher, was involved in an early morning car accident. In addition to the damage done to his car GS was cited for driving with a suspended license, operating with no insurance, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and a marked lanes violation. GS’ license was suspended due to unpaid parking fees, and […]

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Wire Fraud – Federal Court – Dismissed; Larceny over $250 – State Court – Dismissed

ND, a 31-year-old computer programmer, was charged in federal court with Wire Fraud after an investigation by police from another state and the United States Secret Service. Specifically, he was accused in a scheme whereby someone posed as a real customer of a bank whom had a line of credit. The impostor requested a transfer of funds to […]

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Distribution of Cocaine, Subsequent Offense – Superior Court – Reduced

AB, a 42-year-old mechanic, was arrested and charged after a “sting” operation. A local police force had been surveilling a known “drug house.” A confidential informant (CI) from the drug house told one of the detectives that a certain person was supplying the cocaine to the house. The CI described the dealer to the police; […]

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

EJ, a 36-year-old landscaper, has been involved in a lengthy and contentious split from his wife. She has accused him of abusing her, physically and emotionally. Months ago, the wife obtained a restraining order against EJ. There is also an ongoing criminal case in the District Court, whereby EJ is charged with several domestic violence […]

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Malicious Destruction of Property – Clerk’s Hearing – No Complaint Issued

WJ, a soon-to-be college freshman, and two of his friends were accused of smashing a random mailbox. More specifically, a homeowner was awakened by the sound of young men (probably drunk) damaging his property. The property owner came outside and confirmed what he heard – 3 males kicking and punching his mailbox. The homeowner told […]

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