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Criminal Defense Attorney Leah Mayersohn Successfully Obtains a Nolle Prosequi of a Sneak-and-Peak Case
West Palm Beach, FL – Ft. Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney Leah H. Mayersohn, of the Mayersohn Law Group, P.A., successfully obtained a nolle prosequi of a criminal prostitution case. Mayersohn’s client, a 60 year old gentleman, entered a massage parlor to receive a standard message. At the close of the massage, he was surprised when the masseuse started performing a sexual act on him, commonly known as a “happy ending” massage. Tipped off by a former customer, law enforcement secretly went into this Boca Raton massage parlor at night and set up cameras without the knowledge or consent of the owners to determine if such activity was taking place. The incident with Mayersohn’s client was caught on tape. Cameras were also set up in a dressing room; and customers who the massage therapist did not try to perform sex acts on were also recorded undressing and being massaged. The Patriot Act allows law enforcement to enter a home or business to look around and set up visual equipment. Its intent is to be used to combat terrorism. Mayersohn believes that it was not the objective or purpose of the patriot act that sneak-and-peak warrants be used for sting operations as stated above.To ensure your defense, you need an attorney with experience in defending against criminal charges. If you have been charged, believe that such a charge may be imminent, or are the victim of such a crime, contact Leah H. Mayersohn of the Mayersohn Law Group P.A. for a consultation.
Criminal Defense Attorney Leah Mayersohn Appeared Pro Hac Vice in NY to Help Client Beat a Weapons Charge
Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Ft. Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney Leah H. Mayersohn, of the Mayersohn Law Group, P.A., successfully appeared pro hac vice, literal meaning “for the occasion,” in Kew Gardens NY to help her client beat a weapons charge.
Mayersohn’s client was a Seminole Tribe Member living in Tampa, Florida who traveled to New York for the opening of the new Yankee Stadium. While in the New York, Mayersohn’s client went into the city to shop. One of her purchases was a Burberry pocket knife key chain. On her way back to Florida, Mayersohn’s client was stopped at airport security and arrested for criminal possession of a weapon. Mayersohn flew to New York to argue on behalf of her client and had a felony charge reduced to a civil infraction.To ensure your defense, you need an attorney with experience in defending against weapon offense charges. If you have been charged, believe that such a charge may be imminent, or are the victim of such a crime, contact Leah H. Mayersohn of the Mayersohn Law Group P.A. for a consultation.
We won the trial in the State of Florida v. Glen Nagy in Broward County, Florida – not guilty verdict on aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a four day trial. Leah Mayersohn sat first chair and Lara Rustici sat second chair.
Leah H. Mayersohn, Esq. of the internationally recognized law firm the Mayersohn Law Group, P.A. is the newest member of the Cricket Council USA Advisory Board.
The Firm is filing a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in a case where the alleged victim of a capital sexual battery recanted her trial testimony and gave a statement in our office explaining that she wanted to come forward and correct what she testified to at trial under pressure when she was a juvenile. The victim states that she was never raped and that she was pressured by the police, the prosecutor, and even her own mother to testify at trial and that none of these adults accepted her assertions when she was a juvenile that the police had arrested the wrong man for the alleged capital sexual battery.
The Firm is currently conducting an independent investigation into the shooting death of an individual by the police. This investigation has shown that the police shot the individual twice in the back. A bullet that was missed by the crime scene unit was uncovered by investigators working on the case. Information discovered by the Firm will be turned over to prosecutors to present to the grand jury to determine whether or not the police acted appropriately. More information will be forthcoming after the investigation is complete. Witnesses or people with any information about the shooting should contact the office immediately.
The Firm is assisting a local corporation in determining how much money was stolen by a former employee and in recovering that money and bringing the former employee to justice.
Police executed search warrants in the cyberstalking case last week and are processing computer evidence. More information will be forthcoming.
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