Jerry convinced prosecutors not to indict an executive of a nonprofit organization who was the target of federal investigation concerning mail and wire fraud allegations.
In 2010, Jerry convinced prosecutors not to charge doctors he represented in two separate health care fraud investigations.
Jerry successfully represented a vice president of an international construction company against allegations of bribery and government contract fraud.
In 2009 Jerry convinced the United States Attorney’s office in Mississippi to dismiss an indictment against his client, which indictment alleged the bribery of the governor and a $40 million fraud. In exchange, Jerry’s client entered a plea to a false statement charge and received a 15 month sentence.
In 2011 Jerry won two cases in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, United States v. Kotttwitz et al., a tax fraud case, and United States v. Les Rector, et al., the largest mortgage fraud case brought in the Northern District of Georgia.
In United States v. Mac Wilbon, et al., Jerry represented a prominent Atlanta businessman accused in federal court of conspiring with four co-defendants to pay $2 million dollars in bribes to the Commissioner of the Atlanta Airport. Jerry’s client was acquitted of all 133 counts.
Jerry won the acquittal of all charges, including felony murder, of his client in State of Georgia v. Ra Wu. Jerry won the acquittal of former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell on federal RICO and bribery charges.
In May 2014, Jerry acquitted the former University of Georgia head football coach Jim Donnan in the United States District Court in Athens, Georgia. Coach Donnan was charged with 41 federal felonies for his alleged involvement in a 82 million dollar Ponzi scheme. It was the first not guilty verdict in that court in ten […]