Mr. Goldman’s client had been accused of assaulting a coworker by jabbing the coworker with a thumb. The workplace was filled with other workers at the time who would have seen this alleged event; but, none saw this happen. In fact, they all had reason to believe the complainant was lying. Nevertheless, the prosecutor believed the complainant. At trial, Mr. Goldman, naturally, explored all the inconsistencies with the complainant’s story. Mr. Goldman also had the coworkers at the ready to share their observations. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Goldman’s client was found to be Not Guilty.