Case No.1345992 – Johnny L.


This bogus case made TV and internet news – and no doubt damaged ADT’s alarm sales. Client was a devoted family man charged with attempting to sexually assault a customer inside her home during the course of door-to-door alarm system sales for ADT. Complainant went to police with her drama: That she let defendant into her home to look at her pre-existing alarm system and that after she decided against an upgrade he refused to leave, blocked the front door, grabbed her indecently and tried to force her upstairs with him but that … finally… she was able to escape from his grasp and force him out the door. (Indeed police found him a couple of streets over, calmly continuing his sales after this “crime attempt”.) We gathered and compiled background witness and character evidence and then methodically showed for the Grand Jury the sheer preposterousness of her story – that a happily married man with a 15-month track record as top producer and top salesman , while fully identified with his name badge and in ADT uniform, would try such a stunt. We successfully overcame police statements in the Offense Report that client lied to them about not having been on her street – he had left her a brochure as proof he had been in her home. Next, based on our research, we were able to piece together a compelling and plausible motive on the part of Complainant for her outrageous libel and slander of our client: We learned she was going through a divorce, losing custody of her children and was strapped for money. Then, subsequent to the allegations she – or a relative posing as her – called ADT demanding a high sum of money “to make it right”. We followed up with character reference letters, including two compelling ones from client’s wife proving she was standing behind him and from a Retired USMC Special Forces veteran with 3 Purple Hearts, to testify to our client’s good character and credibility.

Thank you, Mr. Haggard for helping me get my life back. God will give you many blessings.
Johnny L.