October 14th, 2020
Mr. Jezic's client, charged with First Degree Murder
in Prince George's County, was released on bond last week.
Mr. Jezic had made repeated Motions to the Court , following the initial denial of bond in Circuit Court, after a two-hour hearing.
The client is now at home with his mother getting the urgent health care he needs.
The prosecution is not letting up on the case. This will be a two-week murder trial, and Mr. Jezic expects a Not Guilty.Continue Reading
November 3rd, 2018
A client of attorney Andrew Jezic has been convicted involuntary manslaughter, but will not be convicted of first or second degree murder. Our client, a 19 year old man allegedly involved in gang activity, admitted to shooting at two men in retaliation for an alleged drive by shooting that occurred earlier on May 20, 2017.
One of the victims was injured, and the other was fatally shot. Also riding in the vehicle with the victims were two women, as well as a 13 month old child. Neither the women nor the child were hurt in the incident.
Mr. Jezic had his work cut out for him, and began to dive into the details of the case. He prepared the case, and argued to the jury that the client could not have had specific intent to kill because he was under the influence of marijuana and alcohol at the time of the shooting. This claim was backed up by the co-defendant, whom Mr. Jezic also pointed out was responsible for coercing his client into performing the shooting. After deliberation, the jury found the client not guilt of first degree murder, second degree murder, and Continue Reading