Last year, Mr. Sosinsky represented a Manhattan woman who was arrested and charged with the murder of her common law husband. The woman had stabbed her husband to death in their apartment after he returned home intoxicated following yet another in a long line of extramarital affairs and, she claimed, began to assault and molest her. After a thorough investigation, Mr. Sosinsky grew convinced that his client had a bona-fide claim of self-defense and that this was the rare case in which his client should appear before the Grand Jury at this early stage of the proceedings to attempt to obtain dismissal of the murder charges. He appeared with the client who testified concerning the events. The Grand Jury dismissed the murder charges and the client was released.