W. Scott Rose Defends Vietnam Veteran Charged with Voting Twice

W. Scott Rose defends a Vietnam Veteran who was charged with voting twice in the same election in Jefferson County. The State alleged there was an eyewitness and a written confession from the vet. After a two-day jury trial, the jury deadlocked 11-1 to acquit. The State later dropped all charges.

Author Bio

Scott Rose, an experienced criminal defense lawyer and founder of Rose Legal Services, has been practicing law for over 20 years. He is dedicated to representing clients facing criminal charges and providing legal representation on various cases, including DWI, misdemeanor, and felony cases.

After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law, he gained valuable experience working for a United States Senator and as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Chief Judge of a United States District Court. Throughout his legal career, W. Scott Rose has committed to providing high-quality legal representation to his clients, earning him a spot in the National Top 100 Trial Lawyers.

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