Rapper found not guilty in case where lyrics were used as evidence. The defense team of Dan Eckhart and David Bigney got a “not guilty” verdict yesterday after a four-day trial in Duval County, Florida. Our client, Noah Williams, a.k.a. the rapper “Spinabnez” was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and faced a 30-year sentence.
I was on News Nation’s Ashleigh Banfield show last night with my client Adam Johnson (in photo below) and co-counsel David Bigney. While he initially faced multiple charges, including a felony, Adam ultimately pled guilty to a single misdemeanor and was sentenced to 75 days in federal custody. Before you label him as an insurrectionist or a terrorist, go to YouTube and watch his interview on Banfield and the podcasts he’s done on Tim Pool…
Attorney Dan Eckhart reflects on his cases involving cash seizures where drug dogs mistakenly alerted to the presence of drugs. Back to the Future? Cash Seizures Involving Drug Dogs When I was a rookie Special Agent with the U.S. Customs Service in the 1980’s the feds implemented a “Zero Tolerance Policy” for the seizure of cash and property. The policy allowed law enforcement to seize property or currency with even the slightest link…
Attorney Dan Eckhart joins NewsNation’s “Banfield” to help break it down. Watch the Interviews HERE
In April 2021, the trial of Bdour Al-Yasari began in Lansing, MI. I was featured in an article in Lansing State Journal regarding my involvement as Al Yasari’s representative. Read the article: https://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/news/local/2022/04/06/trial-begins-holt-woman-charged-murder-killing-husband/9477299002/
I was featured on Banfield three times in February 2022. My first appearance was in reference to the Boston Marathon Bomber, the second was about potential federal charges against an accused cop-killer and the third was a show about internet romance scams. Read the article & view episode: https://www.newsnationnow.com/banfield/
In June 2021, I was featured in The Washington Post regarding an investigation into federal inmates using government-run deposit accounts to shelter funds from court orders. Read the article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/bureau-of-prisons-bank-system/2021/06/08/2aff9766-c3d1-11eb-8c18-fd53a628b992_story.html