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COURT EXPERIENCE - CRIMINAL DEFENSE

 
MCCRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT   06-CR-00239
 

A local father was arrested on charges of sexually abusing his children pursuant to a bitter divorce and custody battle.  Although the father received multiple offers by the Commonwealth to settle the case Mark Bryant and Emily Roark took the case to trial to prove their client’s innocence.  The father was acquitted of all charges and has regained a relationship with his children and his employment in the local school system.

 
MCCRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT   03-CR-00291
 

A Paducah woman was originally charged with Murder, First Degree Arson and Wanton Endangerment for the death of her husband.  The Commonwealth sought the death penalty.  Mark Bryant and Emily Roark took the case to trial arguing to the Jury that the woman was a battered wife.  A jury in 2004 found her not guilty of murder.  Although, she was convicted of lesser offenses she was sentenced to only 13 years for her husband’s death.

 
MCCRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT   07-209-01
 

A decorated Special Forces veteran was arrested and charged with kidnapping and second degree assault and faced 20 years to life in prison.  In 2008, he entered a guilty plea to reduced charges and received a probated sentence in McCracken Circuit Court.

 
MARSHALL CIRCUIT COURT   07-CR-00208
 

A lifelong educator was indicted for multiple felony counts including rape and unlawful transaction with a minor regarding a female student.  The man was facing many years in prison.  Mark Bryant and Emily Roark negotiated a plea agreement that included a probated jail sentence saving this young educator from any prison time.

 
CARLISLE CIRCUIT COURT   08-CR-00006
 

A client was arrested and charged with rape.  After investigation by the Bryant Law Center, a grand jury did not return an indictment.

 
MCCRACKEN DISTRICT COURT   07-F-00995
 

A client was charged with first degree sodomy and faced up to 20 years if convicted.  After an investigation by the Bryant Law Center, a grand jury did not indict our client and he regained his employment.

 
CARLISLE DISTRICT COURT   08-F-00041
 

Client was arrested for sexual abuse.  After an investigation by the Bryant Law Center, a grand jury declined to return an indictment.

 
MCCRACKEN DISTRICT COURT   07-F-914
 

A client was arrested and charged with rape.  After investigation by the Bryant Law Center, a grand jury did not return indictment.

 
CARLISLE CIRCUIT COURT   07-CR-00045
 

A Kentucky National Guardsman was charged with murder for a shooting after he returned from Iraq.  A jury convicted him of the lowest homicide offense, reckless homicide, and recommended a sentence of five years.  His parole eligibility was at least 15 years less than the prosecution sought.

 
HICKMAN CIRCUIT COURT   08-CR-0003
 

A defendant was facing a death penalty murder case with a minimum parole eligibility of 18 years.  He entered a plea to a lesser offense of second degree manslaughter, a non-violent crime, and was eligible for parole in under three years.

 
MCCRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT   2007-SC-00493 & 2004-CA-00634
 

A young man was accused of criminal abuse against his girlfriend’s daughter and convicted by a Jury.  After the conviction Emily Roark got involved in the case appealing it to the Court of Appeals.  The Court of Appeals overturned his conviction and sent it back to Circuit Court.  As the case was about to go to trial a second time the Judge ordered that the Defendant did not have to provide an expert witness summary and the Commonwealth appealed.  Emily Roark then argued the case before the Court of Appeals and then the Supreme Court ruling in her favor before both Courts.

 
1.888.Mark Bryant  
Paducah, KY

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