This case started out to be fairly simple: our client and his friend were charged with second degree assault, a felony charge that carries a five-year mandatory prison sentence. Our client refused a deal based on personal values and principles. We pled self-defense and proceeded to trial. Our investigation revealed that the prosecution witnesses were asked by the district attorneys to alter their testimony. We asked the jury, “Who will prosecute the prosecutors?” Those two witnesses explained to the jury how they were asked to tilt the evidence against our client, and the jury was so disappointed in the government’s action that they found in favor of our client. Once again, we demonstrated that if we strategically and creatively present cases filled with truth and humanity, success will follow.