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THE RESULTS OF THE BELOW CASES WERE DEPENDENT UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. TIMOTHY V. ANDERSON DOES NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE THAT MAY BE UNDERTAKEN WITH A NEW CLIENT.
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Austin v. Cooke - This is a case where I represented the Defendant in a Federal Arbitration Action in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The Plaintiff was seeking to set aside the arbitration award pursuant to 9 USC 1. The Court granted the Defendant's Motion to Dismiss. Austin v. Cook Brief. Mostion to Dismiss. Dismissal Order.
US v. Williams -
This is an appeal on a suppression issue as to whether a police office alleged a sufficient amount of facts in a search warrant affidavit to allow a magistrate to find probable cause that illegal activity was currently ongoing. The United States District Court Judge Robert Doumar has denied our motion and we are currently appealing this decision to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. District Court's Order. Brief to the 4th Circuit.
Commonwealth v. Jeffrey Winston - Nolle Prosequi Order. Motion and Memorandum of Law to Dismiss Indictments. This case was an Attempted Capital Murder, Attempted Rape, Sodomy, Abduction and Malicious Wounding case in Greensville County Virginia. The Commonwealth dismissed the charges after the defense objected to speedy trial of the Defendant and the Victim became a fugitive from justice. The defendant served almost 1 full year without bond until the Commonwealth was forced to dismiss the charges on March 8, 2007.
OSB Manufacturing, Inc. v. William E.K. Hathaway, II -
In this case the Plaintiff sued the Chapter 7 Debtor in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia for Civil Embezzlement and conversion of the Plaintiff's property while the Defendant was an employee of the Plaintiff. The Bankruptcy Court published a 53 page opinion and entered judgment to the Plaintiff in the amount of $43,008.86.
Adams Brief - Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals - This case is an appeal
from the District Court's denial of the defendant's motion for judgment acquittal.
Court of Appeals Reversal of Conviction - 4th Circuit Reversal of Conviction
by published opinion.
Brief - Petition to the Virginia Court of Appeals - The
Appellant was convicted in the Portsmouth Circuit Court for
Maiming Another While Driving Under the Influence and Driving
Under the Influence.
The conviction is appealed based on the preserved issue on the
validity of an arrest
which triggered the implied consent statute of the
Code of Virginia
to give a blood sample after the accident in
of Appeals Opinion - Granting the
above petition and reversing the conviction.
Supreme Court of Virginia Opinion - Reversing and remanding the conviction.
Holding Company, Inc. - Petition to the Virginia Circuit Court of Fauquir County -
This case is request for a dismissal of charges.
Circuit Court of Fauquir County - Granting the above petition.