Here is one example of Ezra’s successful forays in establishing a misidentification of his client: K.B. and his friend were riding on the train, minding their business when the train was stopped and the two boys were taken off the train. Unbeknownst to them, a teenager was robbed on the train and had picked the two teenagers as his assailants, even though they were riding on a different car. Ezra thoroughly went through the discovery, going through the descriptions given of the perpetrators, comparing them with how K.B. looked like. After that, Ezra cross-examined the complainant at trial and tactically proved that the complainant never got a good look at his assailants. More importantly, at summation, Ezra was able to prove to the jury that even if they believed that the complainant got a good enough look to make an accurate description, K.B. did not meet the description.
If you or a loved one are faced with an accusation of kidnapping, consider using an attorney with a proven track record in handling these often-complex cases. Call the Law Offices of Ezra C. Levy.