Acquittals in 2010 & 2011
- Jeff Pine recently represented a young woman charged with Simple Assault on her ex-boyfriend. After a 5 day trial in District Court, the woman was found Not Guilty on all counts
- Jeff Pine also represented a man accused of 1st Degree Sexual Assault, and he was charged in the District Court. Jeff Pine's strategy in representing this man was successful in preventing a Grand Jury indictment against his client, and as a result all the charges were dismissed.
- Jeff Pine recently represented a man charged by the police with Carrying a Pistol without a License and Possession of a Firearm after a previous conviction. The result-all charges were dismissed by the Court.
- Since 2004 Jeff Pine has represented a national Fortune 20 company based in Rhode Island in a long and complicated white collar criminal investigation by federal law enforcement authorities. The company has not been charged with any criminal wrongdoing, and when two company employees were indicted in federal court and went to trial, Jeff Pine represented and protected the company's interests throughout the lengthy trial. The two employees were acquitted of all charges, a jury reaching the verdict in less than one hour.
- In 2008, 2009 and 2010 our firm obtained numerous personal injury settlements for our clients. Many of the settlements exceeded $200,000.
- The firm currently represents a number of individuals in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts who have been charged with sexual assault. Jeff Pine has successfully represented a number of individuals from indictment through trial in sexual assault cases.
- As of July 2008, the firm is expanding the practice in the areas of divorce and child custody cases.
- The firm has represented a Fortune 500 company in a variety of civil litigation matters.
- The firm has represented several small businesses in civil actions against former employees who committed acts of fraud, theft and computer piracy.
- The firm has represented clients who were seriously injured in automobile accidents as drivers or pedestrians who were struck by another vehicle and sustained very significant injuries.
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