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Recent Case Results

Listed below are some of the cases Lubin has won in favor of his clients.

State of Georgia v. M.P.

Practice Area:  Sex Crimes / Computer Pornography / Child Molestation

Date:  July 30, 2021

Outcome:  All charges dismissed.

Description:  Client was charged with Computer Pornography, Attempted Aggravated Child Molestation, and Attempted Child Molestation. Undercover police organized a sting operation to entice child predators to meet and engage in sexual activity with minors. Client communicated online with an undercover officer who he believed to be a fourteen-year-old child. Client proceeded to meet this child persona and was arrested upon arriving at the agreed location. Client was facing over 20 years in confinement if convicted.

After numerous motions and pressuring the State at the right time, the District Attorney’s Office ceased further prosecution and dismissed all charges. Client is eligible to restrict and seal his criminal history information.

State of Georgia v. S.L.

Practice Area:  Violent Crimes / Murder

Date:  June 24, 2021 

Outcome:  Murder charges reduced to Disorderly Conduct. No probation.

Description:  Client was charged with Malice Murder, Felony Murder, and Aggravated Assault with three other co-defendants. The victim was brutally killed with a knife in a parking lot outside of a restaurant. Eyewitnesses came forward and identified Client as either the killer or as taking part in the killing. The State proceeded with trial against one of the co-defendants, and a jury found him guilty. Said co-defendant was sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole. The remaining co-defendants pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, and the Court imposed a twenty-year sentence to both. Client was the last one standing. After specially setting a jury trial and strategically timing negotiations, Client pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct with a $1,000.00 fine. No probation.

State of Georgia v. N.S.H.

Practice Area: Violent crimes

Date: Feb 26, 2018

Outcome: All felony charges reduced to minor misdemeanors, no prison time or convictions, and all arrest records and criminal history restricted and sealed.

Description: Client charged and indicted with Aggravated Assault, Terroristic Threats, and Battery. Accused of starting a fight at a bar and violently beating another patron with a weapon and while threatening to kill multiple individuals. Four witnesses made statements that were consistent with the allegations and were ready to testify at trial, and there were no witnesses to support my client’s innocence. The District Attorney’s office sought a 10-year sentence with prison time.

State of Georgia v. B.J.J.

Practice Area: Domestic violence

Date: Jan 11, 2018

Outcome: All Charges Dismissed

Description: Client charged with Family Violence Battery, 2 counts of Simple Battery, Obstruction of 911 Call, and Criminal Trespass (damage to property). The primary allegation involved battering live-in girlfriend. Client had his U.S. Citizenship status in jeopardy due to the charges. The arrest was made one week before his U.S. Citizenship swearing-in ceremony. The U.S.C.I.S. initially denied his citizenship application. The only way that the U.S.C.I.S would grant him citizenship was that all his charges be dismissed.

State of Georgia v. S.H.K

Practice Area: DUI

Date: Oct 11, 2017

Outcome: DUI Dismissed

Description: Client was stopped by Georgia State Patrol for speeding. Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from Client’s breath and observed an open container of alcohol in the vehicle. Client failed several field sobriety tests and blew into the roadside breathalyzer resulting a blood alcohol content of 0.213 (over 2.5x the legal limit).

State of Georgia v. D.M.

Practice Area: Auto Theft and Serious Traffic Offenses

Date: May 3, 2017

Outcome: Felony charges reduced to misdemeanors. No prison time after the reduction.

Description: Client was charged with Theft of Automobile and Hit & Run. The allegations were that Client stole a vehicle and subsequently crashed into another vehicle causing injuries to the other driver. Client allegedly fled on foot right after the collision. Multiple witnesses observed the incident and later identified Client as the perpetrator when police arrested him at a nearby location. A Motion to Suppress Evidence was filed challenging all the eyewitnesses statements identifying Client as the perpetrator. Prosecutors were seeking 5 years of prison time for my client.

State of Georgia v. L.A.M.

Practice Area: Drug Trafficking

Date: Feb 13, 2017

Outcome: Case Dismissed. No criminal history.

Description: Conspiracy – Trafficking Methamphetamine. Client accused of organizing a massive sale and transfer of methamphetamine. Undercover police operations were held for several years against Client and his alleged conspirators. Over 100,000 pages of wiretap recordings were conducted by law enforcement for several years. The District Attorney’s office sought the mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.

State of Georgia v. S.S.

Practice Area: DUI

Date: Sep 29, 2016

Outcome: DUI and All Other Charges Dismissed. Motion to Suppress Evidence granted by the Court.

Description: Police stopped Client for making an illegal U-turn. Police ordered my client to take several field sobriety tests and claimed that Client failed several. Client was arrested but refused to take the state-administered breath or blood test. Police obtained a search warrant to draw blood out of Client to measure the level of alcohol in his blood. The test results indicated a blood alcohol content of 0.103 grams (over the legal limit). Motion to suppress evidence was filed to challenge the constitutionality of the police actions.

State of Georgia v. T.W.H.

Practice Area: DUI

Date: Dec 17, 2015

Outcome: DUI Acquitted (both counts)

Description: DUI – 2nd in 10 years. Client failed to yield to an approaching vehicle nearly causing a collision. Police stopped the driver. Client admitted to consuming several shots of whiskey prior to driving and failed multiple field sobriety tests. The prosecutor was not willing to reduce the DUI to a lesser charge due to that he failed several field sobriety tests, blew well over the legal limit of blood alcohol concentration, and it being the second DUI within 10 years. The case proceeded to trial.

State of Georgia v. C.A.

Practice Area: Drug Charges and Probation Violation

Date: Oct 14, 2015

Outcome: Case Dismissed. No violation of probation.

Description: Client was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute that also violated his probation. Police executed a search warrant of Client’s residence and discovered a large amount of marijuana, firearms, and paraphernalia. Client was the only person connected to the marijuana and firearms and was charged accordingly.

State of Georgia v. C.S.K.

Practice Area: DUI and Traffic Accident

Date: Jul 19, 2015

Outcome: DUI reduced to reckless driving. No negative immigration consequences.

Description: Client fell asleep behind the wheel and rear-ended another vehicle. Client failed several field sobriety tests and had a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit. He was arrested and faced severe immigration consequences.

State of Georgia v. L.K.

Practice Area: Sex crime / Prostitution

Date: Jul 16, 2014

Outcome: Acquitted on all charges. Jury returned with a Not Guilty verdict within 5 minutes of deliberation.

Description: Client charged with Masturbation for Hire and Keeping a Place of Prostitution and was a repeat offender at a massage parlor. Undercover police posed as a customer and solicited sexual services from Client. Police was wired and all communications were recorded and monitored by backup officers. Client was accused of offering sexual services for money to the undercover police, and she was arrested and charged. The case proceeded to a jury trial.

State of Georgia v. S.M.L.

Practice Area: Sex crime / Rape

Date: Dec 17, 2013

Outcome: Case Dismissed before Indictment/Accusation. No criminal history for this incident.

Description: Client was a study abroad student from overseas charged with attempted rape at local college campus. He was only in the country for one semester after being accused. A reasonable bond was granted even though Client was a citizen of an overseas country. After numerous interviews gathering witness statements, and pinpointing important inconsistent statements by the accuser, the State dismissed all charges.

State of Georgia v. Y.H.

Practice Area:  Drug and Firearm Offenses

Date: Dec 17, 2013

Outcome: All Charges Dismissed

Description: Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute, Possession of a Firearm During Commission of a Felony (2 counts). Police arrived at Client’s residence to investigate a potential armed robbery. During investigation, police discovered numerous amounts of packaged marijuana, large amounts of cash, and several firearms throughout the residence. Client was immediately arrested and charged due to that all contraband was located inside his residence.