Our client was accused by a nightclub owner of trespassing outside of the establishment. The police arrived and made contact with our client, who exercised his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and did not speak to the officers. Because he refused to cooperate, they charged him with Resisting an Officer Without Violence. The prosecutors refused to drop the charges so the lawyers at the firm set the case for trial. At trial, the Judge dismissed the trespass charge and the jury found our client Not Guilty of Resisting an Officer.