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United States v. Lockett, 782 F.3d 349 (7th Cir. 2015)

In United States v. Lockett, 782 F.3d 349 (7th Cir. 2015), Kristen successfully argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals that Mr. Lockett's prior convictions did not qualify under the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) because the Government failed to provide any evidence that Mr. Lockett was subject to Illinois' recidivist enhancement. Mr. Lockett was originally sentenced to the mandatory fifteen-year minimum under the ACCA. In August 2015, he was released from prison for time served.

Wisconsin Innocence Project's Effort To Exonerate And Free Daryl Holloway Applauded

Attorney Raymond M. Dall'Osto and his colleagues at Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown, LLP applaud the diligent and successful work done by the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which continued and built upon our efforts to obtain definitive new DNA testing. These efforts resulted in the exoneration and freeing of Daryl Holloway on October 6, 2016, after he served 23 years in prison for sexual assaults he did not commit.

Dall’Osto and GRGB were retained by Holloway’s family to conduct a postconviction investigation into his felony convictions, after his earlier appeal was denied and a subsequent attempt at DNA testing did not bear fruit. Noted Wisconsin DNA expert Dr. Alan Friedman was retained by Dall’Osto. After a careful review of the evidence, previous testing and methodology, new DNA testing was requested by the defense.

Franklyn Gimbel and Steven McGaver successfully represented Milwaukee County Deputy Sheriff's Association

Attorneys Franklyn Gimbel and Steven McGaver successfully represented an officer of the Milwaukee County Deputy Sheriff's Association in an action before the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission. Attorneys Gimbel and McGaver prevailed in the proceeding and the WERC concluded that Graber had been acting legally last year when he insisted the agency follow the union contract when selecting deputies to work mandatory overtime monitoring the garage at O'Donnell Park.

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