Here are some results that we have obtained.

June 2017:  All rape charges were dropped against  private school student accused of sexually assaulting a classmate.  It took a battle of a year-and-a-half before prosecutors nol prossed the charges against D.T the day before jury selection.

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Banking Commission withdrew all accusations against car dealership after two days of hearings at the commission offices.  Dealer's license remained safe.

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NH Department of securities withdrew all accusations against a New Hampshire licensed finacial planner.  Accusations were withdrawn after a three hour debriefing.

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May 2017:  Endangering the welfare of a minor charges dropped after prosecutor was convinced that no crime had, in fact, occurred.

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Shoplifting charges against J.B. were nol prossed by prosecutor.   Prosecutor was convinced that J.B. was not aware of what she was doing and no crime took place.

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June 2017:  Felony Robbery charges were reduced to Misdemeanor theft charges after negotiatio with the prosecutor.

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May 2016:  K.B, a nurse, was acquitted of a total of 15 felony charges after a jury trial in Merrimack County Superior Court.  She had been accused of diverting narcotics from the emergency department.  The trial was over a week in length and we were very gratified with the result.

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January 2017:  Assault charges dropped against J.S.  He was accused of assaulting and threatening his ex-son-in-law who was found to be not credible.

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April 2017:  Honors violation against a law student was dismissed after a 2 day hearing. 

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B.N. was charges with 14 charges including one felony. The entire matter was happily resolved with a plea to a single misdemeanor. This took place in January, 2016.

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In February 2015 all charges were dropped against MM. He had been charged with two felonies: reckless conduct with a firearm and possession with intent. He had been scheduled to enter a plea to the felonies and go to jail for a year under a deal arranged with his prior attorney. Attorney Moir convinced the prosecutor to conditionally drop the charges so long as MM wrote letters of apology and perform community service.

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In December 2015 an assault charged filed against a nurse who was accused of assaulting a patient was dropped. A meeting with the prosecutor convinced her that there was no basis for the charge even though the police disagreed.

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An auto dealership was cleared by the Department of Safety of unfair business practices. A full hearing was held and the hearing examiner made all findings in favor of the dealer.

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In March 2015, a burglary charge that had been filed against P.B. was dropped. Prosecutors finally agreed that there was insufficient evidence that P.B had committed the crime. Other charges were dismissed after a suppression motion was granted.

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Domestic assault charges were dropped against S.C. in March 2015 after Attorney Moir obtained a statement from an eyewitness that contradicted the alleged victim's version of events.

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In September 2015 a petition filed against B.N. was thrown out after a contested hearing.

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M.M. was found not guilty after a jury trial in Merrimack County Superior Court in October, 2015. M.M. had been charged with domestic assault. The jury found that his soon-to-be ex-wife was not believable and that the officers who testified did a poor investigation.

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D.F. was found not guilty of shoplifting after a jury trial in Hillsborough County Superior Court. The jury quickly found that D.F. had mistakenly left Home Depot without paying rather than purposely not paying.

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                E.P was found not guilty of domestic assault and other misdemeanors after a trial in Manchester District Court. The trial was held in April 2015.

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