Mr. Beach’s client was accused of Tampering with a Witness. This potential witness had accused Mr. Beach’s client’s son of a crime. Mr. Beach’s client didn’t believe the accusation the potential witness had made and told her to tell the truth to the police. For that, the prosecutor accused Mr. Beach’s client of ‘Tampering with a Witness’ and wanted Mr. Beach’s client to go to prison. At trial, Mr. Beach pointed out that the charge the prosecutor brought against his client was the charge for trying to get someone not to testify at a trial; but, his client merely wanted the potential witness to testify truthfully. The Court of Appeals agreed with Mr. Beach’s argument entirely and ordered that Mr. Beach’s client be found Not Guilty.