State of Florida v. L.R., 2013
“I was charged with two counts of Attempted Murder and was facing up to 75 years in state prison. Both victims told police I had attacked them and held them prisoner. Mr. Dwyer fought my case and resolved it with probation, which I can terminate after thirty months.”
State of Florida v. R.S., 2013
“Police officers testified that they were eye witnesses to my involvement in cocaine sales and I was charged with two first degree felonies. I went to trial with Grant Dwyer and the jury came back after 30 minutes – Not Guilty.”
State of Florida v. P.M., 2011
The State of Florida had a handwritten letter from P.M., signed and mailed from his jail cell, which violated a Stay Away Order and violated P.M.’s probation for a crime with a life sentence. Grant Dwyer took the case to trial, and despite the handwritten letter, obtained a Not Guilty.
State of Florida v. M.R., 2012
“After a fight I was arrested and charged with Aggravated Battery. The victim testified against me, as did four police officers. Grant Dwyer won the case for me, and I was found Not Guilty.”