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Success Stories

Todd Clemons & Associates is proud to have achieved positive outcomes for many deserving clients. Please keep in mind that the success of any lawsuit or settlement depends on the unique circumstances of each case. We cannot guarantee future results based on past successes we have achieved.

State of Louisiana vs. Woodrow Karey

The state Supreme Court determined in July 2017 that a Lake Charles man, Woodrow Karey, Jr., accused of fatally shooting pastor Ronald Harris, 51, during a revival service at Tabernacle of Praise in 2013 will be charged with manslaughter instead of second-degree murder. The defense, Todd Clemons & Associates and the Johnson Firm, filed a motion in August 2014 to quash the second indictment — claiming that the District Attorney’s Office had reneged on an… Read More

The trial of Woodrow Karey, Jr.

  The case involving Woodrow Karey, Jr. was a highly emotional one, and on April 11, 2018 it reached an emotional, but rewarding, ending. After a week-long trial, a jury of 12 everyday citizens found Woodrow Karey, Jr. not guilty of manslaughter in the killing of Ronald Harris on September 27, 2013. The jury went out for deliberation around 2:33 p.m. and reached the not guilty verdict around 5:30 p.m. We were overwhelmed with gratitude that our client, M… Read More

Charges against former LCPD Deputy Chief Thomas J. Bell Dismissed

A major development in the case of our client, former Deputy Chief Thomas Bell, occurred on August 7, 2018. Our client was charged with Malfeasance in Office and Abuse of Office and on August 7th, the District Attorney’s Office dismissed all charges against our client. Although our firm is pleased with the decision of the District Attorney’s Office to dismiss these charges, we strongly believe the charges should have never been filed in the first pl… Read More

Confession tossed in 1998 LC slaying (Dennis Bartie)

Our client, Dennis Bartie, is currently charged with Second Degree Murder in the accused killing of Rose Born in Lake Charles, LA in 1998. On March 22, 2018, the Third Circuit Court of Appeal ruled in favor of our client and ruled that the confession given to the Lake Charles Police Department by Mr. Bartie would be thrown out, and not allowed to be used by the State against our client.  Third Circuit’s Ruling stated, “Approximately 58 minutes into… Read More

State of Louisiana vs. Jason Miller

On October 4, 2017, a jury found our client, Jason Miller, not guilty of Aggravate Rape. Our firm was very thankful that a jury was able to see through the false allegations and was able to declare Mr. Miller a free man. Mr. Miller who had been incarcerated since his indictment was able to walk out the jail on the date he was found not guilty and finally return home. Attorney Todd S. Clemons represented Mr. Miller at trial and stated after the trial, “Our cli… Read More

State of Louisiana vs. Jeremy George

Jeremy George was accused of raping, beating and threatening to kill a woman in February 2015. Attorney Todd S. Clemons represented Jeremy in the trial of this matter in January of 2017. A jury cleared Jeremy on the charge of aggravated Rape. Attorney Todd S. Clemons stated, “It is my pleasure to represent Jeremy George and we are extremely pleased with the jury’s verdicts. On behalf of my client and his family, we want to thank the jury for their hard work… Read More

K.P. Auto Sales, Inc. vs. ADG, LLC

In February 2005, ADG entered into a written agreement with K.P. Auto Sales to assign all of its rights and obligations under an already entered leased agreement for improvements on a property. As a part of that agreement KP Auto Sales was responsible for paying all real property taxes including assessments for local improvements, merchandise, inventory, fixtures, etc. As a result, KP Auto Sales paid all applicable taxes each year and, in turn, ADG agreed to re… Read More

State of Louisiana vs. Dameon Fusilier

Attorney Todd S. Clemons zealously represented Mr. Dameon Fusilier when he was on trial for Impersonating a Peace Officer. After the trial commenced, the jury of six only deliberated for 22 minutes before returning a Not Guilty verdict. Mr. Clemons stated, “To have such a short deliberation clearly shows that one, they clearly believed my client, and secondly, the state had a very, very weak case.” Read More

State of Louisiana vs. Ramus Benoit

At the age of 17, Ramus J. Benoit was convicted of murdering Gene Madden in Calcasieu Parish in 1981. Ramus was sentenced to life in prison. After serving 35 years in Angola, Ramus Benoit was able to be released after a U.S Supreme Court Ruling stating that it was unconstitutional for a juvenile to face a life sentence without parole. Attorney Todd S. Clemons worked closely with the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office in order to get Mr. Benoit releas… Read More

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