By Seth Perkins
OR - For one man facing an array of wrongful criminal charges –
eight in total – for the past two years, calling the US~Observer
changed his life, and quickly. In just three days after seeking help
from the US~Observer newspaper, Dalton Johnson felt total vindication.
Subsequent to disputing property lines with a neighbor, Johnson found
himself fighting for two years, defending himself from several false
criminal charges including: unlawful use of a weapon (felony), menacing
(misdemeanor), harassment (misdemeanor), unlawful use of a weapon (2)
(felony), menacing (2) (misdemeanor), criminal mischief in the first
degree (felony), criminal trespass in the second degree (misdemeanor)
and failure to appear in the first degree (felony). If convicted of
all crimes, Johnson faced twenty-three years in prison.
At his ripe age
of 63, being sentenced to twenty-three years in prison meant a lifetime
sentence. Knowing he was innocent, Johnson put his faith in an attorney
and began fighting to prove his innocence. As months turned into years,
legal bills continued piling high as Johnson's freedom remained in jeopardy
roughly two years after his arrest. Then, Dalton Johnson contacted the
US~Observer newspaper - a champion for the innocent.
Although most people
don't typically associate a newspaper with fighting against false criminal
charges, the US~Observer is not your typical newspaper. The US~Observer
has been in publication for over a quarter-century with thousands of
cases resolved for the innocent who once found themselves facing wrongful
arrests, charges, convictions or problems, just like Mr. Johnson. Once
Johnson obtained the help of the US~Observer, they went to work.
case was complex, as most of his evidence was one person's word against
others. However, once the US~Observer got involved, they were able to
immediately identify what information was needed to establish Johnson's
innocence and quickly acquire that crucial evidence, thereby exposing
his wrongful charges.
After that, the
US~Observer went to bat for an innocent.
Within three days
of acquiring the help of the US~Observer, Johnson was informed that
all of his charges were being dismissed.
Johnson called to
voice his newly found happiness, saying, "Whatever you did,
Mr. Johnson's case
represents another example of the effectiveness of the US~Observer in
getting multiple false criminal charges dismissed for an individual
who now stands vindicated.
Today, Mr. Johnson
is enjoying his freedom, and rightfully so.
If you, or someone
you know are facing false criminal charges or have been wrongfully convicted,
you should contact the US~Observer
immediately. They conduct thorough investigations with the intent
of vindicating the innocent. They have a proven
track record of winning which is readily available for those inquiring.
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