In what appeared to be an impossible situation, Bradley’s team of attorneys used a unique and creative strategy in a $40 million merger and acquisitions dispute. The attorneys’ uncommon strategy and hard work resulted in a huge win for their client.
At age 17, Charlie McGowan was convicted of capital murder, armed robbery and aggravated assault for his involvement in an armed robbery that resulted in a murder. Although he didn’t shoot anyone, he was sentenced to life without parole and faced spending his entire life in a Mississippi prison. But with the help of two Supreme Court decisions and five years of pro bono service from Bradley Partner Michael J. Bentley, Charlie now has a chance at parole after almost 25 years in prison.