United States v. McKinley, et al.
Alleged members of the Irish Republican Army charged with terrorism and related counts for attempting to purchase a stinger missile for use against the British in Northern Ireland. Acquitted of all but one minor count. [Florida]
United States v. Claxton, et al.
Alleged members of the Irish Republican Army, several years later accused of terrorism and related counts for smuggling firearms and ammunition from the United States into Ireland. Acquitted of all but one minor count. [Florida]
United States v. Duper
All-pro wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins charged with multi kilo cocaine trafficking – acquitted. [Florida]
United States v. Savoy, et al.
Defendant and others charged in largest marijuana importation case in Connecticut history. Savoy, represented by Fred Haddad, was acquitted. [Connecticut]
United States v. Spudeas, et al.
Defendant and numerous others charged in a tax fraud conspiracy related to various businesses and clubs. Spudeas, represented by Fred Haddad, was dismissed after a hung jury, the only Defendant not convicted.[Illinois]
United States v. Brown
Defendant was charged with marijuana distribution; after reversal of his conviction in the United States Supreme Court [also handled by Fred Haddad] his case was dismissed. [Oklahoma]
United States v. Peguro
Multiple kilogram possession case dismissed after suppression granted. [Georgia]
United States v. Cacciatore
Sheriff’s number two man charged with wirefraud,mail fraud, money laundering, was acquitted. [Florida]