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A SAMPLING OF MARTIN REGAN’S VICTORIES  IN COURT

Dear Client:

Over the years, Attorney Martin Regan has achieved innumerable successes on behalf of his clients.  His outstanding record in the courtroom demonstrates his exceptional abilities and skills.

It is therefore appropriate that a representative sample of cases that Mr. Regan has won, either by Pre-Trial Dismissal or of all Charge , Trial, or Appeal, be included in this page dedicated to the Law Firm he established over 30 years ago:

 

First Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Alexander.

First Degree Murder Committed During the Commission of Armed Robbery. CASE DISMISSED.   State v Allen.

Felony Theft.   CHARGES DISMISSEDState v Anthony.

Four Counts of First Degree MurderJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v S. Bailey.

Distribution of DrugsJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v S. Bailey

Felon With a Firearm.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v. W. Bailey.

Murder. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v W. Bailey.

Second Degree Murder.    JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Barker.

Attempted Second Degree MurderCASE DISMISSED.   State v Barksdale.

Unauthorized Use of Motor VehicleCASE DISMISSEDState v Berry.

Aggravated Rape. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Betts.

Burglary/Residence.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY.   State v. Black.

Two Counts First Degree MurderJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Bourgeois.

First Degree Robbery, Armed Robbery w/ a FirearmJURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v. Brown.

Second Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Brown.

Simple Crime, Damage to Property. TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Bullock.

Cruelty to the Infirm.   JURY TRIAL, NOT GUILTY.   State v Christian.

Distribution Cocaine.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Campbell.

Armed Robbery & Attempted Arm Robbery. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Coler.

Bank Robbery. CONVICTION OVERTURNERD .  State v Douzart.

Resisting an Officer, Simple Escape, Possession of a Firearm by a FelonJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Duncan.

Theft of Goods $100 or More.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY.   State v Dutton.

Second Degree MurderREDUCED TO NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE – DEFENDANT RELEASED.  State v Dyer.

Second Degree Battery .   CASE DISMISSED.   State v Ellison.

Second Degree MurderJURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v. Elliott.

Battery On a Police OfficerJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Gates.

Two Counts Murder/Second Degree.   CASE DISMISSED.  State v Girod.

Second Degree Murder, Illegal use of a Weapon, Assault Drive by Shooting.   ALL CHARGES DISMISSEDState v Green.

Second Degree MurderCASE DISMISSED. State v Hamilton.

Second Degree Battery.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Hampton.

Second Degree Murder.   CASE DISMISSEDState v  L. Hardy and State v  W. Hardy.

Second Degree Murder.   CASE DISMISSEDState v  W. Hardy.

Convicted Felon with a Weapon.   CASE DISMISSEDState v Harrison.

Dist. Of Marijuana.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY.   State v Harvey.

First Degree Murder. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Hatch (Lil Bossie.)

Second Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Henry.

First Degree Murder. CONVICTION REVERSED BY SPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA. State v Hill.

Armed robbery.  JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY. State v. Hughes.

Aggravated Rape. OVERTURNED ON APPEAL AND $150,00 COLLECTED FOR WRONGFUL ENCARCERATION. State v. Jackson.

Second Degree Murder. CHARGES DISMISSED. State v Johnson.

Aggravated BatteryCASE DISMISSEDState v  A. Jones.

Possession of  28 to 200 Grams of Cocaine.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v C. Jones.

Second Degree Murder. Mistrial. State v T. Jones.

First Degree MurderJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.    State v Jordan

First Degree Murder Committed During an Armed Robbery. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v A. Keiffer.

Second Degree Murder. CASE DISMISSED.  State v D. Keiffer.

Aggravated  Kidnapping, Aggravated Crime against Nature, Aggravated Rape.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Keller.

Aggravated Second Degree Battery. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Kimbrough.

Second Degree Murder. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Lee.

Aggravated Rape.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY.   State v Lerille.

Prohibited Drug Paraphernalia. CASE DISMISSED.   State v Lucas.

Second Degree MurderCHARGES DISMISSED.  State v Reginald Magee.

Incest/Aggravated.   CHARGES DISMISSEDState v Mallahan.

Second Degree MurderCASE DISMISSEDState v Malone.

Two Counts Second Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Martin.

Possession of Illegal Drugs.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v Mathieu.

Second Degree Murder.  JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v  Meeks.

Second Degree Murder & Possession of Drugs. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v McNeery.

Armed RobberyJURY  TRIAL NOT GUITLY.   State v. McIntyre.

Attempted Armed Robbery, Aggravated BatteryJURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Moore.

Armed Robbery & Attempt Arm Robbery. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Coler

Accessory to Murder and Cocaine Distribution.  Noelle Pross.   State v Obiwe.

Possession 28 to 200 Grams CocaineJURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Peterson.

First Degree Murder. CHARGES NOT ACCEPTED.  State v Pierce.

Second Degree Murder. CHARGES DISMISSED. State v Richman.

Attempted Second Degree Murder.  JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTYState v Robicheaux

First Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Spears.

Two counts of Armed Robbery. JURY TRIAL NOT  GUILTY. State v Stallings.

Armed Robbery. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v. Sterling.

Second Degree Murder. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Striplin.

Murder/Second Degree.   JURY TRIAL  NOT GUILTY. State v Turner.

Poss. Schedule II and Other JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTYState v. Walker.

Second Degree Murder. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v. Washington.

Six Counts Unauthorized Use of Credit Card.   ALL SIX COUNTS DISMISSED.   State v West.

Second Degree Murder.   JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.   State v Woods.

Convicted Felon With a Weapon & Possession of Stolen Firearm. JURY TRIAL NOT GUILTY.  State v Zanders.

                                                                                                                                                           

 About Martin E. Regan, Jr.

Year after year, Martin E. Regan Jr., the firm’s senior partner, has dedicated tireless efforts on behalf of the accused and produce wins for clients that a less determined advocate would have thought hopeless.  Martin E. Regan Jr.’s ability to tackle and win tough criminal cases has resulted in verdicts of acquittal in many highly publicized trials.