Client was granted parole over the objection of the District Attorney and Attorney General's Office despite only serving less than 19 years of a life sentence for Felony Murder and Attempted Murder.
Client was originally sentenced to life with the possibility of parole. However, after Attorney Bailey conducted a Rule 32 petition and hearing, the client was resentenced to 25 years.
Attorney Bailey represented a client in briefing and oral arguments in an appeal taken by the State that resulted in a decision by the 11th Circuit to deny the Warden's qualified immunity claim.
Client was still on parole 23 years after being released from prison on a Robbery 1st charge. Attorney Bailey got him a full pardon on the charge finished his parole requirements.
Client's twenty-five year sentence on was overturned after a Rule 32 hearing and during the proceedings afterwards all the drug evidence was suppressed.
Attorney Bailey was granted pre-trial discovery in a civil rights case after the city objected and refused to turn over information regarding the shooting of a teenager.
Attorney Bailey successfully got charges dropped from one of Maxwell Tillman's clients after their charges had been languishing in the grand jury for almost three years.
Attorney Bailey successfully got a client's possession of marijuana charges dismissed without the client even having to go to court.
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