Recent Case Results

If you or a loved one is currently facing a legal issue, it's vital that you speak with our seasoned legal team immediately. Attorney Scheuerman and our staff have handled hundreds of cases and have a strong track record of favorable outcomes. To learn more, please feel free to read through some of the recent case results that we have received for our clients.
  • Case Dismissed
    Assault Charges Felony first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure charges all dismissed at the preliminary hearing this morning. We are very happy for our client and his family now that they can put this matter behind them!
  • Case Dismissed
    Drug DUI Subsequent offender DUI for drugs after passenger called 911 to report possible OD, and car pulled over to shoulder for medical assistance. Police and paramedics respond. Client admitted to taking drugs before driving to the shoulder orally and in writing after Miranda warnings.
  • Not Guilty
    DUI and Possession of Drugs with a Commercial Driver's License

    Another hard fought W this afternoon for Scheuerman Law. This time, multiple police responded to a concerned citizen call for a disabled vehicle and possibly intoxicated driver. When police arrived, our client was changing a flat tire (his car had 2 flat tires) and he was trying to make it to a tire shop to repair the tires and make it to court which he was already very late for. The officers asked our client to perform standardized field sobriety tests because they didn’t think he was safe to drive. The officer identified 6/6 clues on the HGN, 7/8 on the walk and turn test, and 3/4 on the one leg stand test. The client was arrested, failed a drug recognition expert exam at the station, and police found heroin in the car search incident to arrest. He was charged with DUI and possession of drugs.

    We successfully argued a motion to suppress all the evidence obtained after the arrest because the police didn’t have probable cause to arrest. We were able to keep the results of the HGN test out of evidence, and on cross examination, the officer admitted she didn’t properly instruct our client on the walk and turn test, and the one leg stand was really a 1/4, not a 3/4. Not guilty to all charges!

  • Not Guilty
    Gun Charges Our client was charged with Handgun on Person, Loaded Handgun on Person, Reckless Endangerment from Car x2, Handgun in Vehicle, Loaded Handgun in Vehicle, Reckless Endangerment and Discharging a Firearm in a Metropolitan District. Attorney Ken Grote fought for and received a Not Guilty verdict on ALL COUNTS for our client in Towson.
  • Case Dismissed
    Leaving the Scene of an Accident

    Client charged with leaving the scene of a car accident, where a parking lot accident captured on video at the gas station, and piece of client’s car found in the parking lot and claim of consistent property damage.

  • Defeated Allegations
    Protective Order

    Big road win today for Scheuerman Law. A final protective order was issued against our client who had never been served with the temporary protective order, and he lost his house and custody of his daughter, and could have been ordered to pay significant emergency family maintenance. We successfully had the final protective order vacated after filing and arguing a contested motions hearing last week. Today, we defeated the allegations on the merits after a full day, heated trial. We couldn’t be happier for our client. Justice was served.

  • STET
    Robbery and Assault Charge

    Client originally charged with robbery and assault. The robbery charge was dismissed at the preliminary hearing. Client was falsely alleged to have, among other things, pushed his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach, which allegedly caused preterm labor and a hospital stay. After interviewing experts and negotiating with the State, who was initially asking for jail time, we accepted a STET.

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