PEOPLE V U.D.
U.D. was accused of recording a neighbor through a window while showering. The neighbor alleged that U.D. had used his cell phone to record her and called the police. Attorney Purav Bhatt took the case to trial and argued that the law required proof of a recording as well as proof of the identification of the person alleged to have made the recording which the State could not establish through the evidence. Attorney Bhatt, through the use of police reports and body camera recordings proved that the neighbor could not identify the person recording, as well as, the fact that no recording existed or was presented at trial. U.D. was found not guilty of all charges.