The following are recent examples of the work Attorney Peter James Chambers has achieved for his clients. Please keep in mind that these are merely examples and not a guarantee of results; every case is different.
T.M. - Client was charged with Domestic Violence crimes. After another lawyer made strategic mistakes at trial, Mr. Chambers was brought in for the re-trial. Mr. Chambers investigated the previous jury and found clear evidence that some jurors violated their oaths. When neither the judge nor the DA would dismiss the case following the earlier sham trial, Mr. Chambers successfully negotiated his wrongfully accused client's case to dismissal through a combination of legal pressure and clever scheduling.
J.B. - Client was arrested for possession of drugs. All evidence was suppressed pre-trial because Mr. Chambers successfully argued that his client was unreasonably detained without a warrant before discovery of the drugs. CASE DISMISSED.
A.S. – Client was accused of domestic violence assault & battery. The case went to trial, where the accuser gave false testimony against the client. Mr. Chambers convinced the jury that the testimony of that one witness was not enough to prove guilt. CASE DISMISSDED
S.M. – Client arrested for robbery. Mr. Chambers defended his client at the preliminary hearing. Through careful cross examination, the judge was convinced that no reasonable person would agree with the prosecution's case. CASE DISMISSED.
J.T. – Client arrested for felony fraud. Mr. Chambers defended his client at a preliminary hearing, demonstrating that his client's action was not illegal. CASE DISMISSED. When prosecution tries to revive the charges, CASE DISMISSED AGAIN!
J.W. - While the police were conducting an unconstitutional search, deputies used unnecessary force against the client and caused him significant injuries. The police arrested the client on a felony resisting arrest charge and, for years, pursued jail time on the resisting charge. Mr. Chambers fought on behalf his client, arguing that the client was mistreated based on his race. Prepared to make this case to a jury, Mr. Chambers' efforts caused the prosecution to fold and dismiss the charge.
R.L. – Client arrested for felony robbery. Mr. Chambers researched the alleged victim, and found that it would be impossible for the government to prove its case. On the morning of trial, CASE DISMISSED.
D.O. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery. Believing it was a false accusation, Mr. Chambers uncovered compelling evidence that the so-called victim was motivated by money. RESTRAINING ORDER DISMISSED by the judge and as a result, NO CRIMINAL CHARGES FILED.
E.G. – Client arrested for domestic violence assault and battery. Mr. Chambers' review of photographs convinced the prosecution that his client was the real victim and acted in self-defense.
R.B. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery. Through demands for discovery, Mr. Chambers produced proof that his client had called 911 first, and the so-called victim tried to preemptively misdirect the police with false allegations.
B.A. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery. Investigation revealed that alleged victim was not trustworthy.
D.W. – Client arrested for violating domestic violence restraining order. Investigation revealed that alleged victim was not trustworthy.
C.D. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery. Self-defense asserted. CASE DISMISSED on DV charge.
S.P. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery and child endangerment. Mr. Chambers personally investigated the alleged “scene of the crime” and saw that the police conclusions were sloppy and not supported by evidence.
N.V. – Client arrested for drug possession. Mr. Chambers' review of body-worn camera showed the police officer lied.
J.W. – Client arrested for domestic violence battery. Police investigation shown to be inadequate.
C.B. – Client arrested for trespass. CASE DISMISSED over prosecutor's objection.