David M. Roer Attorney At Law

ROERLAW RESULTS

NOT GUILTY

State of Arizona v. R. E. Charged with:

  • Aggravated assault with a vehicle against two persons;
  • Impaired driving on prescription medication.

The accused was an elected public official that was alleged to have tried to run over another motorist and a passenger. Roer was the fourth attorney to defend the case. Roer secured an expert witness to testify that the medication in defendant's system would not have impaired him. The state was forced to agree. Case set to trial and four days before trial was to commence Roer convinced state to dismiss case completely. All charges dismissed with prejudice on eve of trial. R.E. was facing a mandatory prison term if convicted at trial.



NOT GUILTY

Jury acquitted client of Murder and Child Abuse.
State of Arizona v. Davis Charged with:

  • Murder;
  • Child Abuse a dangerous crime against children (DCAC).

If convicted the client was facing a prison sentence of 35 years.
After a two week trial the jury found the client NOT GUILTY of all charges. Client was accused of abusing and beating his 6 month old niece to death.



NOT GUILTY

Jury acquitted client of Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon.
State of Arizona v. John M. Charged with:

  • Dangerous and deadly assault by a prisoner in custody, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping, theft, prohibited possession of a firearm.

If convicted the client was facing a prison sentence of approximately 100 years. After a trial, the twelve person jury found the client NOT GUILTY.



NOT GUILTY

Jury acquitted client of Sexual Abuse of a Child.
State of Arizona v. Michael M. Charged with:

  • Child Molestation, a dangerous crime against children (DCAC).

If convicted the client would either be sentenced to prison for 35 years. After a trial, the jury found the client NOT GUILTY of all charges. Client was accused of fondling a young girl.



NOT GUILTY

Jury acquitted client of Aggravated Assault a class three dangerous crime.
State of Arizona v. John M. Charged with:

  • Aggravated Assault, a class three dangerous crime.

If convicted the client was facing a prison sentence of between 5-15 years. After working the case David Roer discovered that the supposed victim was a murderer on the run and one of the most wanted men in America. Charges were dismissed as the murderer was not a viable witness.



DISMISSAL

Jury acquitted client of Burglary of a Residence a class 3 felony.
State of Arizona v. Royal S. Charged with:

  • Residential Burglary and Assault, class 3 felony.

If convicted the client was facing a prison sentence of between 5-15 years. After a trial, the jury found the client NOT GUILTY of all charges. The client was accused of attacking a person in a residence.



NOT GUILTY

Judge acquitted client of Aggravated Assault on a police officer and resisting arrest.
State of Arizona v. Royal S. Charged with:

  • Aggravated Assault on a police officer, a class five felony;
  • Resisting Arrest, a class six felony.

After a trial, a judge found the client NOT GUILTY of all charges.
The client was accused of fighting a police officer and then resisting arrest.



NOT GUILTY

Jury acquitted client of Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer
State of Arizona v. Ramirez Charged with:

  • Aggravated Assault on a police officer

Client faced a minimum prison sentence. Client was accused of assaulting a police officer.



NOT GUILTY

Jury found defendant guilty of providing drugs to minors. Roer preserved the appellate right of this man so that court of appeals reversed conviction as evidence presented at court was wholly improper by the state.
State of Arizona v. Enrigue R. Charged with:

  • Providing drugs to high school children.

The conviction was set aside.



DISMISSED

State of Arizona v. D. T. Charged with:

  • 11 counts of RICO violations

The client was facing an aggravated prison sentence .
Client was accused of stealing numerous items and conducting a RICO chop shop. Roer proved that the defendant was not properly identified by a witness and the allegation of prior conviction was not proven. Prior Conviction was dismissed.



DISMISSED

Arizona v. R. P. Charged with:

  • Molestation of child, a dangerous crime against children

The defendant was the subject of a grand jury inquiry which caused Roer to document the exact series of events that took place at the residence where the molestation was to have occurred. The witnesses provided affidavits that proved that the defendant could not have molested a child. The grand jury did not indict the accused.



DISMISSALS & DUI NOT GUILTY VERDICTS

MR. ROER has tried hundreds of DUI trials in his career which have resulted in NOT GUILTY VERDICTS, there are more NOT GUILTY verdicts than space would allow to be noted. He has convinced juries that .29 drawn blood samples are not proof of impairment. MR. ROER has successfully defended over 1000 DUI suspects in felony and misdemeanor courts. IT IS MR. ROER'S PRACTICE TO SEEK LEGAL MEANS TO DISMISS CHARGES BEFORE TRIALS EVER HAVE TO TAKE PLACE. MOST CITIZENS PREFER NOT TO HAVE TO GO TO A JURY FOR ACQUITAL, IF IT CAN BE ORDERED BY A JUDGE BEFORE A TRIAL IS SET.






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David M. Roer, Attorney at Law, P.C.
505 West Ray Road, Suite 2
Chandler, Arizona 85225
David.Roer@azbar.org
480-821-5088/fax 480-821-5088
Toll free number 877-676-1417
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