In People v. B.A., the client was charged with the robbery and murder of a 15 year-old boy in the city of Rochester. He faced a potential life sentence if convicted. The prosecution based their entire case on a questionable eyewitness identification.
At trial, Mr. Nobles called the credibility of the eyewitness into serious question. The first two trials resulted in hung juries. During the third trial, the prosecution's case fell apart as Mr. Nobles presented two additional witnesses who contradicted their main witness. B.A. was finally ACQUITTED of the charge.
Side note: A&E's highly-rated justice series, Crime 360, covered this case.