FULL ACQUITTAL, NO Federal Conviction, NO Sex Offender Registration.
August 7, 2019, U.S. v. E-6, United States Army, Fort Lee, Virginia. Army Staff Sergeant is accused of molesting a ten-year old girl. Sexual assault of a child cases are the hardest to defend because in practical terms there is no presumption of innocence. Despite this, Mr. Nathan Freeburg conducts an in-depth investigation into the allegation. Meanwhile, the prosecution does everything possible to oppose the trial being delayed in order to disadvantage the defense. The Army brings in an expert field-grade prosecutor from the Trial Counsel Assistance Program (TCAP) to oppose Freeburg. After investigating the case and consulting with medical experts, Freeburg realizes that the allegation likely was the result of a dream based upon a movie the child had watched. After preparing for every eventuality, Mr. Freeburg uses cross-examination and expert witnesses to destroy the government's case in front of a military jury. Result: FULL ACQUITTAL, NO Federal Conviction, NO Sex Offender Registration.