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McCool Pushes Judge for First Amendment Instruction in Trump Trial

Steven McCool, who is representing defendant Harris, told the judge outside of the presence of the jury last week that he’d be requesting a jury instruction on the First Amendment. What kind of jury instruction, Judge Lynn Leibovitz wondered, one t… Read More
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McCool and Coleman Secure Not Guilty Verdicts for Protestor Charged in First Trump Inauguration Trial

Following a four-week trial, Oliver Harris, represented by Steven McCool and Julia Coleman, was acquitted of multiple charges of felony rioting and destruction of property. The government had arrested over 200 individuals, charging them with several… Read More
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McCool Pushes Judge for First Amendment Instruction in Trump Trial

Steven McCool, who is representing defendant Harris, told the judge outside of the presence of the jury last week that he’d be requesting a jury instruction on the First Amendment. What kind of jury instruction, Judge Lynn Leibovitz wondered, one t… Read More
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McCool Instrumental in Ensuring No Criminal Charges Brought Against Security Guard

Alonzo Wilson, a Washington, D.C. security guard represented by Steven McCool, will not face criminal charges after the death of a man who suffered a “cardiac incident” and was “under the influence of a significant amount of cocaine” when he… Read More
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McCool Obtains 12-Year Sentence for Former NSA Station Chief in the Death of His 3-Year Old Son

Brian O’Callaghan, a former NSA Station Chief, received a sentence of 12 years after pleading guilty to causing the death of his 3-year old adopted son. The During Mr. O’Callaghan’s six-hour sentencing hearing, his attorney, Steven McCool, pres… Read More
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McCool Successfully Argues for Probation for Man Involved in Illegal Conduit Contributions

Stanley Straughter, represented by Steven McCool, after admitting to “making more than $130,000 in individual and corporate contributions,” disguising the fact that the contributions actually came from Washington, D.C. businessman Jeffrey E. Thom… Read More
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McCool Wins Dismissal for Client Accused of Siphoning $32 Million

The day before jury selection was scheduled to start in a Tampa Federal courthouse, the U.S. Department of Justice asked the Judge to dismiss over a dozen mail fraud charges against Mr. McCool’s client. Read More
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McCool Wins Dismissal of Manslaughter Charges Against Former Blackwater Contractor

Ball’s lawyer, Steven McCool of Mallon & McCool, recently urged prosecutors not to pursue a case against his client. Writing to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in March, McCool said the government intentionally misled a grand jury to obtain a “basel… Read More
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McCool Represents Government Contractor and Former Marine in Major Government Fraud Case

Joseph Richards, a decorated Marine veteran, represented by Steven McCool, was sentenced to two years and three months imprisonment for his role in a $31 million government contracting fraud scheme. “Steven J. McCool, Richards’s defense attorney,… Read More
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McCool Forces Dismissal of Lawsuit against His Client, Patton Boggs

Lead counsel for Patton Boggs, Steven McCool of Mallon & McCool, said that “after extensive discovery in this case, it was made clear to Ms. Colombo’s counsel that her claims against my client, Patton Boggs, were baseless. In our view, Ms. Colomb… Read More
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