Being investigated for a criminal offense can be deeply distressing, especially if you know you did nothing wrong. The damage to your reputation along with the effects on your family and your relationships with friends and employers can be devastating. Furthermore, you have the worry of a potential conviction. However, you are to be considered innocent unless proven guilty, so it is important not to lose hope.
In Maryland, a 29-year-old man who was accused of being involved in a murder has been found not guilty. On Thanksgiving morning in 2013, a 35-year-old man was killed in his residence in Somerset County. It had been alleged that two individuals had been told by the 29-year-old man and another individual to go to the residence. Authorities claim that one of the two individuals who were allegedly told to go to the residence fired the shots that killed the 35-year-old man.