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State v. MR
Toombs County Superior Court

Case Type: Murder

Our client was charged with murdering her husband as a result of a domestic dispute. Mitch proved that his client was an abused spouse who was acting in self-defense. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.


State v. TJA
Johnson County Superior Court
Case Type: Murder

Prosecutors accused our client for killing his son-in-law following a domestic incident. Mitch proved that the alleged victim was the aggressor and that his client was acting in defense of others. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.


State v. RI
Laurens County Superior Court
Case Type: Murder

Our client, a store owner, killed a customer who started to physically attack him. Prosecutors alleged that he used unreasonable force and charged him with murder. Under the stand your ground law, Mitch successfully proved that this client was using self-defense and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.


State v. AO
Telfair County Superior Court
Case Type: Murder

In this case, our client, a registered nurse, was charged with murdering her mother-in-law by intentionally injecting her with a lethal dose of long-lasting insulin. The prosecutors alleged that our client did this to avoid her mother-in-law discovering a forged check. The mother-in-law was a Type II diabetic, and Mitch showed that his client was merely negligent in administering the insulin. She was found not guilty of murder.


State v. KW
Laurens County Superior Court
Case Type: Murder

Prosecutors alleged that our client, a mentally disabled person, starved her 3-week-old son to death. Mitch showed that the baby had been properly fed but that he had severe acid reflux that prevented the intake of nutrition. She was found not guilty of murder.


US vs. KM
U.S. District Court, Dublin Division

Federal prosecutors charged our client, along with 10 others, of being a part of a methamphetamine trafficking organization. Mitch showed that our client had no involvement in the organization and was simply an acquaintance of one of the defendants. Mitch obtained a dismissal of all of the federal charges.


G.H. v. H.T.
Bibb County State Court
Case Type: Vehicle Accident

Our client was rear-ended by a vehicle traveling at 55 mph. He herniated disks in his neck and back and underwent two surgeries. Mitch’s client was awarded $2.1 million in damages.


N.T v. S.I
Bibb County Superior Court
Case Type: Negligent Design and Construction

Our client was standing under an awning at a new convenience store when, without any warning, the awning collapsed and fell on top of him. Our client suffered two broken vertebrae that required surgery. Mitch proved negligent design and construction of the convenience store, and his client was awarded $835,000.


T.B. v. K.A. & H. of G.B.C.&  L.C.S.A
Bibb County State Court
Case Type: Wrongful Death

Our client died of cardiac arrest almost 15 hours after having gastric bypass surgery. Mitch proved that the hospital and the surgeon were negligent in not realizing his client was bleeding internally. Mitch was able to settle with the defendants for an undisclosed sum.


CR v. MH
Houston County State Court
Case Type: Motor Vehicle Accident

Our client was involved in a high-speed car accident that left her with chronic migraine headaches. Mitch was able to prove that the migraines were a result of the accident and obtained $950,000 for his client.


C.T. vs. COS
Emanuel County Superior Court
Case Type: Wrongful Death

Law enforcement tried to initiate a traffic stop of a motorcycle on which our client was riding as a passenger. The driver fled and law enforcement engaged in a high-speed pursuit. After reaching speeds of over 120 mph, the motorcycle left the road, killing our 18-year-old client. Mitch proved that law enforcement violated their high-speed pursuit policies and settled with the defendants for an undisclosed sum.

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