State v. Davis
Dismissed During Trial - Not Guilty
Mr. Wehunt is proud to have earned a dismissal of charges during the middle of trial for Mr. Davis! Mr. Davis was charged in the Superior Court of Cherokee County with many serious felony offenses, which he insisted he was innocent of. The State of Georgia presented an offer of 40 years to Mr. Davis! During the cross examination of the alleged victim, Mr. Wehunt worked to get the truth to come forward and the alleged victim lied on the witness stand about the facts of the case. Mr. Wehunt continued to push the victim into her statements, which she attempted to alter and backtrack after realizing her manipulation was being brought too light. Mr. Davis was forced to sit behind bars for over a year until his long awaited jury trial. Mr. Wehunt worked tirelessly to ensure Mr. Davis received his right to a fair trial and had his day in Court. During an overnight break in the middle of trial, after Mr. Wehunt's cross examination of the alleged victim, the State dismissed the charges that had inexcusably kept Mr. Davis in custody for over a year! Mr. Davis' case is a prime example of why Mr. Wehunt takes great pride in defending every Defendant and the values of the U.S. Constitution.
DUI – State of Georgia v. Lee
Mr. Wehunt’s client was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (Less Safe) and Failure to Maintain Lane in Gilmer County. Mr. Lee was involved in a single car traffic accident, resulting in significant injuries. While Mr. Lee was being examined by EMT, a Gilmer County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped at the scene and began to investigate the accident. The Deputy started a DUI investigation of Mr. Lee. After further investigation, the officer effectuated an arrest of Mr. Lee, charging him with the above crimes.
During the course of reviewing all the evidence provided by the District Attorney’ Office, Mr. Wehunt discovered multiple errors on the part of the officer. Mr. Wehunt filed a Motion to Suppress all evidence relating the DUI investigation. Mr. Wehunt was able to determine the arresting officer failed to follow proper protocols during the course of his DUI investigation, including, but not limited to a failure to medically qualify Mr. Lee to undergo any field evaluations and a failure to read Georgia’s Implied Consent. Mr. Wehunt appeared on the date scheduled by the Court for a hearing on his Motion to Suppress, at which time the State entered a nolle prosequi dismissing all charges.
DUI – State of Georgia v. Clark
Mr. Wehunt’s client was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (Less Safe), Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Under the Age of 21, and Underage Possession of Alcohol. Mr. Clark was stopped by a Cherokee County Sheriff’s Deputy for alleged traffic violations and subsequently arrested and charged with the above crimes.
During the course of reviewing all the evidence that purported Mr. Clark to be guilty of the charged crimes, Wehunt Law Firm, LLC filed a Motion to Suppress all evidence. Mr. Wehunt was able to determine the arresting officer failed to follow proper protocols during the course of his DUI investigation. Based upon Mr. Wehunt’s Motion to Suppress, the State entered a nolle prosequi dismissing all charges.
DUI – State of Georgia v. Parker
Client charged with Driving Under the Influence (drugs) and Reckless Driving. His charges arose out of an investigation on the side of Interstate 575 where Mr. Parker had stopped to take a break from a day of driving. Mr. Parker was questioned by both the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office who determined that Mr. Parker was Driving Under the Influence. Mr. Parker was arrested and detained at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center until he was able to make bond.
After thorough investigation, Wehunt Law Firm, LLC was able to use scientific information to show that the alleged crime could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. After extensive research, Wehunt Law Firm, LLC proved the lab results of the GBI would not be able to uphold a DUI prosecution. Based on the State's stance, Mr. Parker’s case was prepared for jury trial. On the first day of trial week, all charges against Mr. Parker were dismissed.