Case Results

Violent Crimes

Client charged with substantial battery - At jury trial, Attorney Krische successfully argued that the client had no intent to cause harm to the alleged victim during a bar fight. The jury found the client not guilty.

Client charged with strangulation - At jury trial, Attorney Krische successfully showed the jury that the State had not met its burden of proving the crime beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury found the client not guilty.

Client charged with robbery as party to the crime - Attorney Krische successfully argued to the judge that the client took no part in the crime, but was merely a present. As a result, the judge found there was no probable cause to proceed on the felony charge. The charge was dismissed.

Client charged with battery and disorderly conduct - Attorney Krische negotiated with the District Attorney to dismiss the battery charge and amend the misdemeanor disorderly conduct to an ordinance violation.

Sex Offenses

Client charged with 1st and 2nd degree sexual assault - At jury trial, Attorney Krische was able to prove to the jury that the complaining witness had consented to the sexual intercourse and was conscious. The jury found client not guilty on both counts.

Client charged with 2nd degree sexual assault - At jury trial, Attorney Krische successfully showed the jury that the complaining witness had lied about being sexually assaulted and that the State's witnesses were not credible. The jury found the client not guilty.

Client charged with 4th degree sexual assault - Through investigation, Attorney Krische successfully showed the District Attorney that the complaining witness had lied to police about non-consensual intercourse.

Drug Offenses

Client charged with multiple counts of delivery of controlled substances - At jury trial, Attorney Krische successfully attacked the credibility of the State's witness, a confidential informant, by showing the jury that the witness had a motive to testify and could not remember specifics of the case. The client was found not guilty of delivery of methamphetamine.

Client charged with multiple counts of possession of THC with intent to deliver - At the motion hearing, Attorney Krische successfully attacked the probable cause of a search warrant for client's home. As a result, the warrant was found to lack the required probable cause and all evidence was suppressed. The charges were dismissed.

Client charged with delivery of controlled substances - Attorney Krische successfully showed the District Attorney that the confidential informant was not a credible witness and a had a history of lying and selling drugs while working for police. As a result, the felony charges were reduced to misdemeanor offenses.

OWI Offenses

Client charged with OWI 2nd offense - At a motion hearing, Attorney Krische successfully argued to the judge that the arresting officer did not have the required probable cause to have client submit to a breath and blood test. The evidence relating to intoxication was suppressed.

Client charged with two separate OWI offenses - Attorney Krische successfully negotiated with the District Attorney to completely dismiss one of the OWI offenses while lessening the penalties for the other offense.