Case Results

  • Case Dismissed
    State v. O.T. (2017) Manitowoc County

    Defendant was charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine w/in 1000 feet of park, 2nd or subsequent offense.

    After John Schiro repeatedly filed motions seeking evidence showing that the Government’s principal witness was a liar, and after 18 months of litigation, the State moved to dismiss the case on the eve of jury trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State v. G.D. (2019) Milwaukee County

    The defendant was charged with Attempted 2nd Degree Sexual Assault of an Unconscious Victim.

    After John Schiro filed motions challenging evidence obtained by the State, the defendant contested the matter in a preliminary hearing, which was then continued at a later date. At the subsequent hearing, the State conceded that they can’t proceed and the matter is dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    State v. A.N. (2016) Sheboygan County
    The defendant was charged with Felony Child Abuse. The matter was litigated for several months and after providing information and an investigation revealing the non-reliability of the State’s witnesses, the State moved to dismiss the matter.
  • Case Dismissed
    State v. A.H (2018) Milwaukee County

    The Defendant was charged with Possession of Narcotic Drugs, Possession of THC, and Carrying a Concealed Weapon.

    After the filing the motions by John Schiro, the State moved to dismiss the matter.

  • Case Dismissed
    State v. A.A. (2018) Milwaukee County

    The defendant was charged with Substantial Battery-Intend Bodily Harm.

    After an investigation by Attorney Schiro revealed that the alleged victims were the alleged perpetrators, the State moved to dismiss the matter.
  • Case Dismissed
    State vs. DH

    Defendant was charged with Felon in Possession of a Firearm. The alleged firearm was seized from the defendant under circumstances which is suggested the worst kind of racial profiling or worse.

    After John Schiro filed a Motion to Suppress all evidence obtained from the illegal stop, and following a long motion hearing, the court agreed. All evidence was suppressed and the case was dismissed.