In People v. D.W.K., the client was charged with robbing a Taco Bell, where he was recently employed. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted.
Mr. Nobles hired an investigator to conduct his own investigation, which revealed that the main witness was covering up for the real robber by implicating D.W.K.. After his investigator interviewed the main witness, Mr. Nobles demanded that they conduct an additional identification procedure. A lineup was conducted at the Monroe County Jail and the witness identified someone else. The person the witness identified had been in jail at the time of the robbery, so the credibility of the witness was ruined.
D.W.K was released and the case was DISMISSED BY THE GRAND JURY several weeks later.