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Click here to review a cert petition Scott Graham, PLLC, filed in 2019. It addresses Fourth Amendment search issues and application of the First Step Act.

Click here for a petition addressing cell-phone location data and Fourth Amendment issues. 

In this petition, we challenged the use of closed-circuit-television technology to present witness testimony.

U.S. Supreme Court

Petitions for

Writs of Certiorari

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Click here to review a 2019 motion to suppress illegal wiretaps.

U.S. District Court

Wiretap Challenge

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When we face sentencing, we strive to tell the court the whole story . . . present the whole person. Clients are not defendants. They are people . . . and we do everything we can to help the court see this personhood.

 

Click here to read a sample sentencing memo.

U.S. District Court

Sentencing Memo

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Click here to read an appellate brief challenging police misconduct related to an unconstitutional search. And click here for the reply brief.

Click here to read a brief challenging a jury's finding of guilt.

Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

Appeals

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Click here to read a motion to suppress that the district court granted, resulting in dismissal of charges.

Click here to read the accompanying challenges to statements in the search-warrant affidavit.

The court's order granted our suppression motion.

U.S. District Court

Fourth Amendment Challenge: Suppression Granted

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Faced with questionable evidence and "science," we will challenge the government's attempts to present the materials. 

Click here to read a challenge of fingerprint evidence. 

U.S. District Court

Fingerprint Challenge

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