One such case involved a client who was a principal in a prominent meat-packing business located on Manhattan’s Lower Westside. The client was accused of the gangland-style slaying of his partner who was discovered shot to death in the company’s offices after the close of business during the workweek. Based on a web of circumstantial evidence, including proof that the victim and client had recently taken out increased “key-man” life insurance policies on each other’s lives and that the client made a prompt claim for payment following the murder, the client was indicted on murder charges. Together with Jack T. Litman, Mr. Sosinsky successfully challenged the evidence that had been put before the Grand Jury, arguing both its insufficiency, as well as its improper introduction. The court agreed and dismissed the homicide charges. The client was never again charged with this murder.