Criminal Defense in Civilian Court
2010–Kyle defended Soldier indicted in Federal Court for DUI on Ft. Benning. Client was found in driver’s seat of his vehicle with a .254 blood alcohol content, but he was adamant that he did not operate the vehicle. A twelve person jury returned a unanimous verdict of Not Guilty in 27 minutes.
2010–Marine Reservist living on Ft. Benning was charged with Felony failure to register as a sex offender under Georgia law. Kyle successfully advocated that Marine was not required to register as a sex offender, and prosecutor agreed to no bill the charge in front of the Grand Jury, which will result in the charges being dismissed.
September 2011–Peachtree City man who was arrested and charged with child molestation retained Kyle immediately upon arrest. Kyle quickly conducted an investigation and confronted the District Attorney with evidence showing the accuser’s motive to fabricate. Client was not indicted and released from jail.
April 2012–LT had DUI reduced to reckless driving where he received $1,000.00 fine and no probation. Most important, Kyle fought against a recycle to keep LT in IBOLC, so that the LT was able to go to Ranger School, and Kyle fought to keep the letter of reprimand locally filed.
These results are listed to show potential clients the cases in which Kyle S. Fischer has experience. The results are not indicative of what might happen in a future case, as the result of each case is based on the facts and circumstance that are unique to that case. The results listed are only cases in which Kyle received positive results for his client. Kyle has represented individuals not listed above who have pled guilty, or who have been convicted contrary to their plea of not guilty. The only guarantees that Kyle S. Fischer can make is (1) that he will provide his client with an honest personal assessment of whether it would be cost effective to hire him, and (2) that he will fight for his client.
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