Put Attorney Nathan’s 80% Not Guilty Rate To Work For You
Attorney Nathan can normally prevent your case from going to a costly and uncertain trial. However, when a trial is needed, Attorney Nathan has successfully represent hundreds of people accused of very serious crimes throughout Massachusetts. See Meet the Attorney.
Attorney Nathan’s 20+ years of experience includes:
- Major drug cases
- Violent crimes including murder and terrorist activities
- Drunk driving and vehicular homicide
Some of the recent highlights of Attorney Nathan’s extensive experience are detailed below.
Operating Under the Influence
Commonwealth of MA: Also charged with motor vehicle negligence, leaving scene. Verdict: Not guilty count 1, guilty counts 2 and 3.
Motor Vehicular Homicide by Negligence
Commonwealth of MA v. G.J.: This was the defendant’s second vehicular homicide. Attorney direct EIP for defendant after plea, without judge’s recommendation for the interview. Result: Attention deficit disorder was found to cause negligence, served 6 months.
Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle
Commonwealth of MA v. H.N.: Also charged with possession of burglary tools. Verdict: Not guilty on both counts.
Assault and Battery
Commonwealth of MA v. H.: Verdict: Not guilty.
Commonwealth of MA v. D.: Possession of class D drug: Verdict: Guilty, not guilty OUI.
Armed Robbery While Masked
Commonwealth of MA v. M.P.: Prior counsel was at 9-12 years. Result: sentence of 5 years.
August 2012 United States District Court, Boston a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by the Federal Bureau of investigation and attempts are made by the government to hold him on $150,000 cash bond. Upon appearance of counsel, the client is released on personal recognizance otherwise known as unsecured bond.
August 2012 United States District Court, Boston a 26-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by drug enforcement administration for second offense narcotics. The individual post a bond and released from court pending future litigation against him
August 2012 Dudley District Court a 31-year-old Florida resident is arrested by the Massachusetts State police for firearms violation (no permit to carry ) while on route to Maine; on motion the matter is outright dismissed.
July 2012 Attleboro District Court a 52-year-old Florida resident had defaulted in 1990 on a first offense violation of Massachusetts OUI law, had failed to address his matter following transfer to the jury session the matter is brought before the court on a warrant recall and the operator is subsequently found not guilty.
July 2012 A. 23-year-old Massachusetts woman has warrants in the trial court department of the commonwealth, Waltham District Court and Brookline District Court. Both warrants are recalled on motion of counsel and the matters are disposed of without criminal convictions: prescription fraud and shoplifting. The matters are dismissed on motion of counsel.
July 2012 A. 40-year-old Massachusetts woman is investigated by federal law enforcement for stealing from her former employer, a attorney, by way of interstate check fraud. Subsequent to investigation the matter is closed
July 2012 a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is investigated by federal and state law enforcement for program fraud. Subsequent to several proffer sessions, no further action against the operator takes place and the matter is closed without prosecution
June 2012 United States District Court in Miami, a 40-year-old Massachusetts man has $300,000 seized in the Miami international Airport. Subsequent to litigation a confidential settlement is reached
June 2012 United States District Court, Phoenix, New Mexico a 40-year-old man and a 38-year-old man have $34,000 and $20,000 respectively in cash seized this matter is transferred to local counsel for litigation
June 2012 Cambridge District Court a 39-year-old Massachusetts woman currently residing in Spain as a journalist has a warrant canceled without returning to Massachusetts
May 2012 Plymouth District Court a 38-year-old Massachusetts woman discharges her court-appointed attorney to her family and retains attorney Nathan to resolve armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon and in person aiding a police officer charge..
May 2012 Middlesex County Superior Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is found not guilty by jury verdict of rape
April 2012 Leominster District Court 29-year-old Massachusetts man is found not guilty by jury verdict of larceny over $250 by single scheme
April 2012 South Boston District Court a 62-year-old resident of the state of Maine is arrested by the Massachusetts State police for carrying a loaded firearm on the MBTA without a permit. The cases were demanded for a hearing and the entire matter is dismissed
April 2012 United States District Court, Boston a Massachusetts woman is investigated by federal law enforcement for theft. Federal investigation continues
April 2012 Dedham District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by the state police for drunk driving. The charge is continued without a finding.
April 2012 Rhode Island Federal District Court a 33-year-old Massachusetts man is in snared in the black money scam and has his case investigated by attorney Nathan working with federal authorities to recover over $100,000 stolen
April 2012 Brookline District Court a 21-year-old Massachusetts man has a warrant taken out by the Brookline Police Department for six counts of tagging property and vandalizing property. The warrant is recalled on motion of attorney Nathan and the case is set down for further conference
April 2012 United States District Court, Los Angeles. Attorney Nathan recovers $150,000 in seized monies for the estate of the decedent
April 2012 Worcester Superior Court. A 21-year-old Massachusetts man resolved his murder charge to a lesser included offense. He had been held for four years awaiting trial and will be parole eligible in eight years
If you have been accused of any of the above crimes, contact the Law Offices of Geoffrey G. Nathan, a top Mass criminal lawyer. He has the experience and legal skills needed to handle serious criminal matters. To arrange an office consultation, contact us now. See Meet the Attorney.