Commonwealth v. G.M.
Client charged with Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, and firearms charges after a shooting inside a diner. Police investigation into the shooting uncovers videotape of the shooting, which places client at the scene. Police then allege multiple witnesses identified client as the shooter.
During a jury trial, cross-examination of police and civilian witnesses call into question the identification of client as the shooter. Closer examination by Mr. Kadish of the recovered videotape showed client fleeing from the scene along with other patrons, without a firearm.
At the conclusion of trial, the jury acquitted client of all charges.