A client of Leonard Feuer and Suskauer Feuer, LLC has had criminal charge of gun assault dismissed according to the Sun Sentinel:
A dementia sufferer can reunite with the husband she had been accused of threatening with a gun 14 months ago, after criminal charges have been dismissed.
Monday’s rulings for Beverly Levine, 86, followed an agreement between the former West Boca woman’s lawyer and prosecutors on one key condition: She gave up all rights to the .38 special revolver seized by deputies after the June 2016 incident in the home she shared with spouse Herbert Furash, 84.
Defense attorney Leonard Feuer said Levine, on lockdown at an Alzheimer’s facility in West Delray, doesn’t need or want the gun anyway.
“I’m thrilled that Mrs. Levine can have contact with her husband again and they can enjoy their twilight years together,” Feuer said. “They just wanted to be with each other and now they can.”