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August 3, 2016

Philippines: Client Declared Innocent. Freed.

On August 2, 2016, David House Agency’s pro-bono client, Scott McMahon, was acquitted of false rape charges after spending more than 5 years in a Filipino prison. We believe Mr. McMahon holds the record for the longest-pre-trial detention of an […]

  • Scott McMahon Freed

January 22, 2016

Iran releases our former client, Amir Hekmati

We are please to announce that Iran finally released our former client, Amir Hekmati, after more than four years in prison. The David House Agency was hired by the Hekmati family to help manage the first phase of Amir defense and worked […]

  • Photo Credit: EPA

July 14, 2015

New York Magazine: Cross-Cultural Prejudice and Bad Science Affect Huang Case

  “Do You Know How Your Daughter Died?” When Gloria Huang was declared dead in a Qatar emergency room, her parents had no time to grieve before they were caught up in a legal nightmare.   New York Magazine By: Robert Kolker   Gloria loved singing and dancing. She […]

  • U.S. Ambassador to Qatar Dana Shell Smith escorting the Huangs and their adviser Eric Volz to the airplane in December after their acquittal. Photo: Daniel Chin

March 28, 2015

New York Times profiles David House Agency

Turning a Wrongful Imprisonment Into Advocacy The Saturday Profile By RICK GLADSTONE ACCUSED of murder, railroaded through the Nicaraguan courts and wrongly convicted, Eric Volz can be forgiven for not having immediately recognized that his ordeal would become the foundation […]

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December 8, 2014

“The U.S. government could have done a lot more”

CBS Exclusive: Matt & Grace Huang Freed, Reunited with Sons Matt and Grace Huang have returned to the U.S. after a nearly two-year legal battle to win their freedom from wrongful imprisonment in the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. The […]

  • CBS Interviews Matt & Grace Huang

December 2, 2014

Wall Street Journal: Qatar to Allow Americans to Return Home

    Qatar to Allow Americans to Return Home Decision to Lift Travel Ban Ends Two-Year Tussle Between U.S. and Qatar   The Wall Street Journal By FELICIA SCHWARTZ Updated Dec. 2, 2014 7:05 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—An American couple in […]

  • American couple Grace, right, and Matthew Huang arrive at the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday, Nov. 30. ASSOCIATED PRESS

December 1, 2014

Mid-East: High Court Declares Matt and Grace Huang Innocent

American Couple in Qatar, Cleared in Child’s Death, Petition to Lift Travel Ban RICK GLADSTONE DEC. 1, 2014 DOHA, Qatar — An American couple in Qatar who spent nearly two years fighting accusations they had killed their adopted daughter from Ghana were […]

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October 21, 2014

U.S. Qatar Gov Relations further complicated by Huang Case

An American held in Qatar in the death of his adopted daughter stood up and yelled, “You lie! You lie!” after a Qatari prosecutor told a court that Matthew Huang and his wife, Grace, had let their daughter starve to […]

December 11, 2013

Sports Illustrated on World Cup Soccer and David House Agency case

Nov 11, 2013 Sports Illustrated drawing the connection between the wrongful imprisonment case of American citizens and the Qatar 2022, World Cup. Read Article here…

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