Miller & Steiert Wins Acquittal for Photographer
When the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Department arrested photographer Jim Grady in 2002 and accused him of taking and distributing pornographic photos of underage girls, lurid accusations were splashed all over the media. The District Attorney's Office filed a mind-boggling 886 accusations of criminal conduct against him. But Grady knew he had the law and the facts on his side, and he turned to the experienced criminal defense attorney Mike Miller to defend him.
Miller gathered evidence to prove that Grady's photographs were no more pornographic or provocative -- and, in many cases, much less so -- than those found in magazines on grocery store shelves. He presented evidence that the underage girls Grady photographed posed with a parent's permission. Prosecutors dropped all but 39 charges, and a jury acquitted him of all remaining charges. For the full story click here.
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