The Mayer Law client who confessed to shooting two people at the Coastal Carolina Fair in November of 2010 was released from jail today after Mayer Law won dismissal of the charges against him. RaShawn Dantzler hired Mayer Law, after sitting in jail for a year, in Novmber 2011.

The Post & Courier wrote: “The man accused of shooting two people at the Coastal Carolina Fair Saturday night told investigators he did it because one of the victims teased him and threatened to slap him, according to Charleston County sheriff’s affidavits released Monday.” (Read the Full P&C Article) Despite that confession, Mayer Law won the case.*

Three months later, after Mayer Law’s independent investigation and on the eve of a jury trial, Mayer Law succeeded in getting the charges against Mr. Dantzler dismissed in their entirety.* A few of the originally reported stories related to this incident are available at:

http://www2.counton2.com/news/2010/nov/08/14/breaking_news_possible_shooting_at_the_fair-ar-1060786/

http://www.abcnews4.com/Global/story.asp?S=13458537

* Successful resolution of past cases in no way suggests that any future cases may be resolved with equal success. Each case is different and lawyers cannot guarantee results.

January 2012: Mayer Wins Dismissal of Charges for Client in Professional License Defense.

A North Carolina Speech Therapist is free to continue practicing his profession after a ten-month battle to keep his license. A competing corporation filed a complaint against the Mayer Law client in March 2011. Mayer Law mounted a multi-month investigation to get to the bottom of suspected witness tampering perpetrated by the client’s competitor. After dramatic testimony in a two-day long hearing, the N.C. Board sided with Mayer Law and entirely dismissed the charges against the client.*

* Past results are no indication of future performance. Each case and situation is different. Lawyers cannot guarantee outcomes.