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Our Case Results

Every legal matter is different. The outcome of each legal case depends upon many factors, including the facts of the case, and no attorney can guarantee a positive result in any particular case.
    • 1st Degree Murder Acquittal

      Commonwealth v. D. M., acquittal in first-degree murder case and use of a firearm, jury trial in Richmond Circuit Court

    • Assault and Battery | Hanover Not Guilty

      Client found not guilty on an assault and batter charge.

    • First-Degree Murder Nolle Prosse

      Commonwealth v. CG, In a first degree murder case and use of a firearm, Mr. Bullard was hired and he reviewed the case information and proved to the Commonwealth that its key witness had lied under oath. After negotiations, the Commonwealth agreed to nolle prosse the murder and firearms charges.

    • Possession of Marijuana Dismissed

      Commonwealth v. D. H., negotiated a dismissal of conspiracy to distribute more than five pounds of marijuana and attempt to distribute more than five pounds of marijuana in Bedford County Circuit Court. In addition, Mr. Bullard has achieved successful results including acquittals in numerous bench trials on a variety of charges including, possession with intent to distribute, DUI, underage possession of alcohol, grand and petit larceny, felony hit and run, stalking solicitation to commit murder etc.

    • Possession of Marijuana | Drug Crime Dismissed

      Case dismissed after prosecution was unable to provide sufficient evidence before trial.

    • Sex Offender Violation | Sex Crime Acquittal

      Acquittal for charge of violent sex offender entering a school.

    • Sex Offender Violation | Richmond Not Guilty

      Client found not guilty on a failure to register as a sex offender charge.

    • Robbery & Use of Firearm | Weapon Crime Dismissed

      During the preliminary hearing on a robbery and use of a firearm charge, Attorney Bullard cross-examined the alleged victim and exposed that the victim was lying about several key points. The prosecutor then dismissed all charges against Attorney Bullard's client.

    • Possession of Firearm Dismissed

      Commonwealth v. J.F. case dismissed at motion to strike in jury trial in Richmond Circuit Court on possession of firearm by convicted felon, possession of firearm while in possession of controlled substance with the intent to distribute, possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute.