Archive: 2015

  1. Appreciation

    Grateful client expresses appreciation with a beautiful painting of the Clymer Conrad building.

  2. Government Should Hold Up Its End of the Agreement

    The government breached its cooperation agreement by re-indicting Timo Miller, Attorney Jeff Conrad argued on September 9, 2015. During oral argument in Buffalo, New York, Conrad sought the dismissal of the new charges against Miller.

    In 2011, the government entered into a cooperation agreement with Miller and dropped charges filed…

  3. 84 Charges Dropped in Plea Deal

    Defense attorney, Jeff Conrad, negotiated the withdrawal of 84 charges in exchange for a guilty plea. On Monday, April 27, 2015, Bainbridge man, Albert Gingrich, pleaded guilty to two felony and one misdemeanor sex crimes involving minors.

    “This is a very sad situation. We were happy to get something…

  4. Harassment Charges for Church Discipline Dismissed

    On April 20, 2015, the court dismissed all harassment charges arising from Harvest Bible Chapel of King of Prussia counseling members as part of church discipline.

    “Pastor Townsend and his leaders were not afraid to stand up for what is right and to stand strongly upon their right to practice…

  5. Self-Surrender: Not as It Appears

    Felix Santiago-Caraballo self-surrendered on Wednesday, March 11, 2015, after being charged with aggravated assault and unlawful restraint related to an alleged incident with his two children and their mother. Santiago-Caraballo had been wanted since March 6, 2015, and surrendered before Magisterial District Judge John Winters with the assistance of his…

  6. Adult World Folds, Free Speech Prevails

    After three and a half years of litigation, Adult World acknowledged that The King’s Men have a right to picket on public property.

    Counsel for Adult World proposed a settlement offer minutes before jury selection in the Philadelphia federal courthouse on Monday, January 12, 2015.

    “The settlement is a victory…