Case Results

CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated

VERDICT: Case Dismissed

A young college student in Pontiac was charged with operating while intoxicated by Oakland County Sherriff's Office. The traffic stop was illegal and the investigation very poor. After filing a motion challenging the constitutionality of the traffic stop, an evidentiary hearing was conducted. The judge agreed with defense counsel that the stop was illegal and the case was dismissed.

CHARGE: Habitual 4th Offender After a Heroin Relapse

VERDICT: In-Patient Treatment & Probation

An Ann Arbor man charged as a habitual 4th offender after a heroin relapse. Despite a possible sentence of 15 years in prison, Attorney Emily E. Longs advocacy convinced the judge to sentence Defendant to in-patient treatment and probation.

CHARGE: Stalking

VERDICT: PPO Dismissed

A Milford woman was wrongfully accused of stalking by a maintenance man at her apartment complex. When the man filed for and received an ex-parte PPO against Attorney Emily E. Long's client, Ms. Long conducted a lengthy hearing after which the PPO was dismissed as completely unfounded.

PPO Obtained for Client

A Troy woman is stalked by ex-boyfriend with violent and threatening text messages. Attorney Emily E. Long was able to successfully get a PPO against him despite his refusal to come to court or accept service.

CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated

Verdict: Reduced Charge, No Jail / Probation

Defendant in Troy was charged with operating while intoxicated. Ms Long's advocacy led to a reduced charge and no jail, no probation.

CHARGE: Embezzlement Over $20K

VERDICT: Case Dismissed

Embezzlement over $20K in Wayne County was dismissed on the day of Jury trial because the victim fled the country. Ms. Long hired a forensic accountant and amassed mountains of evidence of wrongdoing by the alleged victim.

CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated

VERDICT: Case Dismissed

Rochester man charged with operating while intoxicated in Plymouth. After Ms. Long filed a motion suppressing the Datamaster result, the officer failed to appear for the hearing and the case was dismissed and not re-prosecuted.

CHARGE: Assault and Battery

VERDICT: Not Guilty

Pontiac man charged with assault and battery despite the fact that he was attacked and merely defended himself. Ms. Long successfully tried the case and the man was found not guilty.

CHARGE: Child Abuse

VERDICT: Not Guilty

A Pontiac mother was charged with child abuse for spanking her 3-year old with a belt. The prosecutor's office refused to negotiate and the jury found the client not guilty.

CHARGE: Child Abuse / Neglect

VERDICT: Not Guilty

A Rochester Hills mother was charged with child abuse/neglect after leaving her 6-year-old in a vehicle while she ran into a grocery store. The prosecutor's office refused to negotiate and the jury found the client not guilty.

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