Father expects daughter will testify against him in Baltimore "panhandler" murder

Just two days after Jacqueline Smith was killed in the so-called panhandler murder, her stepdaughter Valeria Smith told WMAR 2-News in an emotional interview, "She is just the nicest woman you could ever meet in your life.

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Keith Smith's trial today on the high-profile murder of his wife has been postponed

This matter is currently pending, but Natalie remains dedicated to fighting for her client's freedom.

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Baltimore County Alleged MS-13 Murder

This matter is currently pending, but Natalie remains dedicated to fighting for her client's freedom.

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Royal Farms Murder

The client was charged with murder in a tragedy for everyone involved. Natalie successfully used the client's son's testimony to show the jury what happened. The jury acquitted the client of all the felony charges

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Keith Davis: Third Trial

The police shot at Keith Davis a total of 44 times on June 15, 2015. The State charged him with 15 counts for a tragic murder that morning. After two trials, Natalie represented him in the third trial against Mr. Davis. She fiercely called into question the reliability of a jailhouse snitch that claimed to have gained a confession. In the final hour of the trial, a video seconds before the murder emerged. Natalie fiercely argued for it to be excluded, and crafted a defense around the video. Despite conflicting evidence, the jury did not convict Keith Davis.

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Successfully Challenged "Stingray" Technology

Law enforcement frequently used cell-site simulators, frequently called Stingrays, to determine where a person is located based on cell phone data. Natalie worked alongside community partners to ultimately discontinue their use in Baltimore.

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Baltimore Uprising

Natalie convinced prosecutors to drop charges against Mr. Lomax. She also worked alongside community partners to defend people protesting police brutality.

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