After rejecting all plea offers, Mr. Sanchez filed a motion to dismiss the matter arguing that the internet posts by the Defendant were being taken way out of context and in no way constituted criminal conduct. The Court agreed and dismissed the charges. LoTempio P.C Law group once again defends a client against baseless charges and protects the client’s 1st Amendment Rights.
Mr. Sanchez vigorously fought to have the prosecution turn over tape recordings that were needed for the client’s defense. He successfully obtained the tape recordings and then filed a motion and argued that the delay was a violation of the client’s right to a speedy trial. The court dismissed the charges because the Defendant’s speedy trial rights were violated.
Specifically, the Property Inspection Notice and Addendum was amended to allow for Seller’s Concessions to be adjusted and to provide for purchase price adjustments. In addition, a new form was created called a VINA, the Vacant Land Investigation Notice and Addendum, which addresses inspection issues for purchases of vacant land.
The SUNY system terminated a professor based on false sexual harassment claims. After a ten day arbitration Frank LoTempio III secured an award saying the claims by SUNY and complainant were baseless. The Arbitrator awarded the Professor his position back with full back pay.
Prior to a suppression hearing challenging the stop and search of a motor vehicle on a drug charge that originally started as a Felony the LoTempio PC team secured a plea to a disorderly conduct, a violation under the penal law, and time served.
Our attorney Amanda Zafur of LoTempio P.C. Law Group, was selected as a Super Lawyers 2017. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
Patrick Kane may not have criminal charges placed on him after he was accused of raping a woman.
Frank LoTempio III verifies that the investigation has been comprehensive and dutiful, saying, "I have cases with that unit, and I haven't been able to get responses because they've been really working very, very hard on this case."
Allegedly, District Attorney Frank Sedita is now considering an affidavit from the woman who accused Kane of raping her, declining prosecution.
The Buffalo News reports that the woman is facing stress placed on her and her family.
Frank LoTempio, III appeared on ESPN Radio's WNY at Work from Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo for the show's monthly Legal Matters segment.
He talked Buffalo Bills opening day, holding season tickets since the 1990s, Buffalo's opponents for the first game of the season, the Indianapolis Colts and more.
To listen to Mr. LoTempio's latest appearance on WNY at Work, you can head to their website.
LoTempio P.C. Law Group was proud to support and participate in the Putting for PKD Golf Tournament this past weekend. Despite the rain and wind, there was a great turnout. Over $20,000 was raised to increase awareness of, and to assist families affected by Polycystic Kidney Disease.
Rumors Swirl Around Kane Investigation as Frank LoTempio, III Offers Valuable Insight
As this story develops, it is becoming more difficult to discern reality from rumor. What we know for sure is that there has been a rape investigation into Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane. Complete Counsel Attorney Frank LoTempio, III has offered some clarity with several appearances on Channel 2 News. Mr. LoTempio continues to provide valuable, insightful information to the situation, while allegations and rumors run rampant.
To see Mr. LoTempio's latest appearance on Channel 2 News, you can head to their website.
As new information continues to become available in the rape accusation of Patrick Kane, and as the Hamburg Police Department awaits forensic testing results, Frank LoTempio, III continues to provide insight into how the process may play out.
Mr. LoTempio explained there are two different routes through which this case can enter the criminal justice system. Hamburg PD can file a felony complaint in Hamburg, have Kane appear in court for arraignment and then proceed to a grand jury. The Erie County District Attorney can also present the case to a grand jury directly to determine if there's probable cause for issue charges.
Mr. LoTempio also went on to explain why we have yet to hear from Kane himself. Mr. LoTempio has experience in high profile criminal cases such as this, and always advises his clients to say as little as possible. Anything a client says can be used against them. In criminal defense cases, you want as few surprises as possible as you build your defense.
You can view the whole story and see Mr. LoTempio's appearance on Channel 2, at their website.
Complete Counsel team member and experienced Buffalo, NY, criminal defense attorney Frank LoTempio, III continued to provide expert legal analysis on the Patrick Kane investigation on Channel 2 News.
Mr. LoTempio explained there are two different routes through which this case can enter the criminal justice system. Hamburg PD can file a felony complaint in Hamburg, have Kane appear in court for arraignment and then proceed to a grand jury. The Erie County District Attorney can also present the case to a grand jury directly to determine if there's probable cause to issue charges. In this process, 23 people are presented with evidence as they determine whether or not there is probable cause for formal charges.
Check back to the Complete Counsel website and be sure to follow LoTempio P.C. Law Group on Facebook for all the latest developments and legal expertise regarding the ongoing investigation of Patrick Kane.
To view Mr. LoTempio's appearance on Channel 2, head to their website.
Complete Counsel attorney Frank LoTempio, III recently provided some insight into the rape investigation centered around Chicago Blackhawks star forward, and Buffalo native, Patrick Kane. Mr. LoTempio appeared on Channel 2 News to help shed some light on next steps and what lies ahead in this investigation, including the possibility of the District Attorney charging the case. Mr. LoTempio has experience representing high profile professional athletes and was able to provide some perspective as to how these delicate, high-profile cases are handled.
Watch the entire Channel 2 segment featuring Frank LoTempio, III.
Some of the members of the Complete Counsel team at LoTempio P.C. Law Group partook in the annual Senator Patrick Gallivan Golf Tournament in Lancaster. LoTempio P.C. was a proud sponsor and humble winner of the tournament which was held at the East Aurora Country Club on July, 28.
LoTempio P.C. attorneys maintain strong relationships with the Western New York community and look forward to sponsoring more worthwhile events such as this in the future.
In an effort to have his client's attempted murder conviction overturned, Frank LoTempio, III called his client's former attorney, Angelo Musitano, to testify. Musitano testified on behalf of Joachim S. Sylvester, who faces up to 40 years in prison on his conviction for attempting to shoot Larry Miller in Niagara Falls in April 2014.
Mr. LoTempio is attempting to show that there is new evidence in the case that could have changed the verdict. This is evidence that the defense could not have produced during the trial despite its own "due diligence" and why Musitano was called to testify.
For the entire story on how Complete Counsel attorney Frank LoTempio, III attempted to overturn his client's conviction, visit the Buffalo News website.
LoTempio P.C. Law Group is proud to welcome Amanda Zafur to our team of Complete Counsel attorneys. Ms. Zafur concentrates her practice in the areas of Workers' Compensation and Social Security Disability, but will also add to the team in general litigation matters. From filing the initial documentation to investigating your case and representing you in hearings and appeals, Ms. Zafur remains transparent throughout the entire process.
She looks forward to advocating for clients at LoTempio P.C. Law Group and continuing as a key influencer in the Western New York community.
Frank LoTempio, III was interviewed by the Buffalo News regarding new evidence and alleged juror misconduct in the case of Joachim S. Sylvester, who was convicted on Oct. 27 of second-degree murder and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
New evidence was obtained April 28 from the shooting target, Larry Miller who said in an affidavit and videotaped interview that Mr. Sylvester was not his attacker. Mr. LoTempio also cited Mr. Sylvester's testimony that one of the alternate jurors talked to friends and family about the case while the trial was going on.
A hearing will be held on July 30 where Mr. LoTempio will continue to provide Complete Counsel for Mr. Sylvester.
You can read the entire story on the Buffalo News website.
The Complete Counsel team of attorneys at LoTempio P.C. Law Group has been hired by Donald Hall. Mr. Hall was a friend of William Sager, the man who was fatally pushed down a flight of stairs at Molly's Pub.
LoTempio P.C. Law Group will represent Mr. Hall in his lawsuit against the City of Buffalo, the Buffalo Police Department, Robert Eloff, Michael Beavers, NHJB, Inc., Norman Habib and John Bradley.
As the Complete Counsel team, LoTempio P.C. Law Group has extensive experience handling lawsuits involving potential civil rights violations, which is what Mr. Hall's suit centers around. Mr. Hall was handcuffed by officer Robert Eloff and placed on the ground next to his dying friend.
You can read more information regarding Mr. Hall's lawsuit at WIVB Channel 4.
On April 15, 2015, Mayor Byron W. Brown recognized the efforts of the Transplant Miracles Foundation by issuing a proclamation declaring April as "National Organ Donor Awareness Month" in the city of Buffalo.
"I'm pleased to join the Transplant Miracles Foundation in helping to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation during National Organ Donor Awareness Month in April," said Mayor Brown.
LoTempio P.C. Law Group attorney Michael Kooshoian was in attendance at the Mayor's press conference. In addition to being an esteemed member of the Complete Counsel team, Mr. Kooshoian is a member of the Board of Directors of the Transplant Miracles Foundation and is thrilled to generate continued awareness of organ donation, as statistics have shown that one organ donor can save up to eight lives.
Visit the website for more information on the Transplant Miracles Foundation. If you're interested in becoming an organ donor, you can visit UNYTS and register.
Frank LoTempio, III was interviewed by Channel 7 WKBW Buffalo regarding the vacated conviction of Jeffrey Basil.
Juror 12 withheld information during jury selection, including her past military experience and arrest record. This led to Supreme Court Justice Penny Wolfgang vacating the conviction of Basil. The juror will not face charges and Mr. LoTempio believes the Judge's decision has quashed any potential damage to the jury system.
Always providing Complete Counsel, Mr. LoTempio weighed in on Judge Wolfgang's decision as well as the process of jury selection, saying, "You are never going to get a full and honest jury for that simple fact that there are human beings involved."
You can read the entire story, learn the future implications of the decision has and watch Mr. LoTempio's full explanation at WKBW's website.
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