Lewin said the court's opinion establishes what Nissenbaum had been contending from the beginning, "that there was absolutely no basis to bring any criminal prosecution against him and he did nothing wrong."
"He is totally vindicated and its unfortunate he had to go through trial and the wait of an appeal," Lewin said. "We are happy to see that justice is done."
Alexandra A.E. Shapiro of Macht, Shapiro, Arato & Isserles argued for Richard Shapiro. "We're extremely pleased with the right and just result," Shapiro said.
Robert Anderson of Butler, Snow, O'Mara, Stevens & Cannada argued for Vaughn.
Marc N. Garber of The Garber Law Firm in Marietta, Georgia argued for Bolton.
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