On multiple occasions during his criminal defense lawyer career, Charles Grose has been able to exonerate clients charged with murder. These include:
- Dismissal of murder charges because the prosecutor could not prove Mr. Grose’s clients committed the crime.
- Dismissal of murder charges because Mr. Grose’s clients were defending themselves.
- In 1998, a jury found one of Mr. Grose’s clients not guilty despite prosecution claims the man confessed to the crime.
- Mr. Grose has also been able to convince prosecutors to dismiss murder charges and agree to guilty pleas involving non-homicide offenses.