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Watch Managing Partner, Richard G. Convertino,

in the trailer for the recently released documentary

about the infamous disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.

This American Life

Listen to Managing Partner, Richard G. Convertino, on This American Life. A lawyer in the Justice Department gets the professional opportunity of a lifetime: To be the lead prosecutor in one of the first high-profile terrorist cases since 9/11. But things go badly for him.

In the News

The Daily Telegram

March 31, 2015

A claim that a judge abused his discretion to protect an attorney in a gambling case prosecuted by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office was rejected Monday in Lenawee County Circuit Court.

Judge Anna Marie Anzalone ruled to uphold dismissal of a felony aiding-and-abetting charge against Onsted attorney Gregory Worker. The felony count was dismissed Jan. 8 by Lenawee County Probate Judge Gregg P. Iddings. He ruled after a preliminary examination there was insufficient evidence.

The Bay City Times

June 29, 2011

Settlement reached in retired state police sergeant’s lawsuit against Isabella County deputies, Mount Pleasant police officer.

Alfred T. Bland, 84, of Mount Pleasant, filed the suit in March 2010 claiming excessive force in violation of the 4th Amendment, assault and battery and gross negligence, court records show.

Bland, who was represented by Plymouth attorney Richard G. Convertino, is a retired state police sergeant from the Mount Pleasant Post. He also owns A&J Auto Sales in Mount Pleasant.

Fox News Associated Press

May 15, 2009

An adviser to the mayor and two former police officers were among dozens of members and associates of a motorcycle gang charged Thursday with attempted murder, cocaine and steroid distribution and other crimes. 

Richard Convertino, attorney for former Hamtramck police officer Randell Hutchinson, said his client was not a member or an associate of the Highwaymen.

The investigation, which spanned many years, was “the largest prosecution in the history of Michigan” and one of the largest of its kind in the country, U.S. Attorney Terrence Berg said Thursday.


January 21, 2009

Trooper Cleared of Murder Wins Civil Trial

DETROIT – A jury on Wednesday awarded $500,000 to a Michigan state trooper who accused police of misconduct in an investigation that led to criminal charges against him in the death of a homeless man.


November 03, 2008

Washtenaw County sheriff’s deputy goes to trial this week in death of Ypsilanti Township man

Eberle, a 35-year-old father of two, is charged with violating Lee’s civil rights by using excessive force while restraining him on a street in Ypsilanti Township’s West Willow neighborhood on June 1, 2006, after he and his brother protested at a traffic stop involving one of their nephews.

The New York Times

November 1, 2007

Ex-Prosecutor, Richard G. Convertino, Acquitted of Misconduct in 9/11 Case

DETROIT, Oct. 31 — A former federal prosecutor was found not guilty on Wednesday of charges that he illegally withheld evidence from defense lawyers in the first major terrorism case that the Justice Department brought after the Sept. 11 attacks.