Here are some of our notable wins:

While every case has its own facts and circumstances, and past results offer no guarantee of future outcome, you can look to a law firm’s track record to gauge experience and familiarity with the law. Here are some of our notable wins:

United States v. Guardado. Dec 12, 2017 – SThe Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces set aside and dismissed a Soldier’s sexual assault conviction and dismissed the sentence. Attorney Feldmeier successfully argued that the government relied on unconstitutional evidence at trial.

United States v. Pringle. Oct 13, 2017 – Air Force Master Sergeant cleared of indecent acts on minor after Attorneys Feldmeier and Trieschmann argued that the evidence was factually insufficient. The Air Force Court agreed and set aside and dismissed the indecent acts charge with prejudice (the airman cannot be retried for it). The Master Sergeant is now looking forward to retirement.

United States v. Duarte. Jan 30, 2017 – Army Sergeant convicted of two specifications of Sexual Assault and sentenced to five years confinement and a dishonorable discharge. At appeal, Attorneys Feldmeier and Trieschmann argued that the panel instructions were unconstitutional. The Army Court of Criminal Appeals dismissed all the charges and set aside the sentence. All Soldier’s rights, pay, and benefits were restored.

United States v. Mancini. Nov 07, 2016 – Airman convicted of rape and sentenced to 7 years confinement, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, reduction to E-1, and a dishonorable discharge. Attorneys Feldmeier and Trieschmann successfully argued on appeal that the government violated client’s rights during the trial and the court set aside the charge of rape and the entire sentence.

United States v. Boyce. Jul 19, 2016 – Appellant convicted of rape and assault consummated by battery, in violation of Article 120 and Article 128, Uniform Code of Military Justice. The panel sentenced appellant to confinement for 4 years, reduction to E-1, and forfeiture of all pay and allowances. Attorneys Feldmeier and Trieschmann argued the Chief of Staff of the Air Force exercised unlawful command influence and that such influence tainted the trial. CAAF set aside and dismissed all charges.
Soldier serving 3 years confinement paroled at 1.5 years!

United States v. Rippy. Sep 15, 2016 – Soldier sentenced to confinement for 3 years facing first parole hearing after serving a little over a year. Mr. Trieschmann represented client and he was granted release at first parole board.
Soldier General Discharge Upgraded to Honorable!

Soldier administratively separated from U.S. Army with a General Discharge due to misconduct. Mr. Trieschmann petitioned for the discharge to be upgraded due to client’s medical/mental state and commendable service record prior to discharge. Discharge upgraded to Honorable.

United States v. Pelfrey. Jan 7, 2016 – Soldier sentenced to confinement for 7 years facing first parole hearing after serving 2.5 years. Mr. Trieschmann represented the client and he was granted receive first parole board.

United States v. Garcia. Aug 18, 2015 – Soldier convicted of rape, sodomy, and maltreatment and sentenced to 5 years confinement and a dishonorable discharge. Mr. Trieschmann successfully argued on appeal that unlawful command influence illegally tainted the trial.

United States v. Montalvo. May 07, 2015 – Marine convicted of rape and sentenced to approximately 9 years confinement and a dishonorable discharge. Mr. Trieschmann successfully argued on appeal that the government violated client’s discovery rights during trial.

United States v. Connor. Nov 26, 2014 – A panel convicted client of striking and disobeying the orders of a commissioned officer, in violation of Article 90 and Article 91, Uniform Code of Military Justice. The panel sentenced her to a bad-conduct discharge, confinement for one month, forfeiture of $994 per month for 2 months, and reduction to Private E-1. Mr. Trieschmann argued that the client’s 6th Amendment right to assistance of counsel was violated due to the military judge’s abuse indiscretion. The findings of guilty and sentence were set aside by the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals (ACCA).

United States v. Potter. Nov 08, 2012 – Appellant convicted of aggravated sexual assault in violation 120(c), Uniform Code of Military Justice. The panel sentenced appellant to a bad-conduct discharge, five years confinement, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and reduction to E-1. Mr. Trieschmann argued government made improper comments during sentencing. The Army Court of Criminal Appeals set the sentence aside.

United States v. Nava. Feb 16, 2017 – Soldier sentenced to confinement for 24 months facing first parole hearing after serving 12 months. Mr. Trieschmann represented client and he was granted release at first parole board.