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Drug Cases

State of Texas v. V.A.

Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance – 4-200 Grams

Case received much media attention for an extensive car chase that resulted in a large amount of seized drugs. After exposing weaknesses with the search and the investigation, the case was dismissed.

State of Texas v. A.Z.

Possession of a Controlled Substance – 4-200 Grams

Client faced up to life in prison for drug possession. After a jury trial, he was found not guilty.

State of Texas v. P.B.

Possession of Less Than 1 Gram

Dismissed

State of Texas v. S.G.

Possession of a Controlled Substance – PG 1, Less than 1 Gram

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.Y.

Possession of a Controlled Substance – Less Than 1 Gram

Dismissed

State of Texas v. D.S.

Possession of a Controlled Substance

Dismissed

State of Texas v. W.A.

Possession of Marijuana

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.A.

Possession of Marijuana

Dismissed

State of Texas v. D.S.

Possession of Marijuana

Dismissed


Sex Crimes Cases

State of Texas v. A.T.

Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

Client faced up to life in prison and lifetime sex offender registration for the offense. After detailed investigation revealed client would have been a juvenile at the time of the offense, the case was dismissed.

State of Texas v. J.D.

Continuous Sexual Assault

Client faced anywhere between 25 years to life in prison for the offense. After an exhaustive jury trial, he was found not guilty.

State of Texas v. N.B.

Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

Client was facing 5-99 years, or life in prison. Found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. S.Q.

Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

Dismissed

State of Texas v. I.C.

Aggravated Sexual Assault

Dismissed

State of Texas v. P.H.

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

Dismissed

State of Texas v. A.M.

Indecent Exposure

Dismissed

Assault Cases

State of Texas v. E.Y.

Felony Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Second Offense

Client was accused of assaulting victim for the second time. Officers responded out to the address numerous times, but an arrest was not made until later. After exposing the dishonesty of the complainant as well as prior inconsistent statement evidence, the case was reduced to a misdemeanor and later dismissed before trial.

State of Texas v. J.P.

Felony Assault by Choking

Client faced anywhere between 2 and 10 years in prison for the offense. After investigating facts and presenting evidence to the District Attorney, the case was dismissed.

State of Texas v. C.N.

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Client was accused of brutally assaulting the victim outside a gas station. The punishment range was up to 20 years in prison. Video surveillance and witnesses were available to point to C.N. By exposing the weaknesses of witness identity evidence, flawed video, comparisons between C.N. and the true suspect on the video, and with the use of a skilled investigator, the State dismissed for lack of evidence.

State of Texas v. T.M.

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Client was accused of a violent stabbing and faced years in prison. After presenting sufficient evidence to sway the district attorney's office, the state dismissed the case.

State of Texas v. A.B.

Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant with a Deadly Weapon

Client was facing 5-99 years, or life in prison. Found not guilty at the end of a jury trial.

State of Texas v. J.J.

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Client was facing 2-20 years in prison. Found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. D.M.

Assault Causing Bodily Injury

Client found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. J.P.

Injury to a Child Causing Serious Bodily Injury

Client was facing 5-99 years, or life in prison. Received probation at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. C.G.

Injury to a Child

Dismissed

State of Texas v. L.B.

Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon

Dismissed

Family Violence Cases

State of Texas v. J.D.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Client faced up to a year in the county jail as well as a finding of family violence. Upon extensive preparation for trial, case was dismissed by the state prior to trial.

State of Texas v. R.G.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Client found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. M.B.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.E.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.A.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. D.S.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Not Guilty

State of Texas v. D.S.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. T.L.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. G.B.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. H.P.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. L.V.

Assault Bodily Injury - Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. M.Y.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. S.M.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.C.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. A.G.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.P.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. L.M.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. F.M.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. G.D.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. W.F.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. G.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.S.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. D.B.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.X.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. L.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.V.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. M.A.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. B.C.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. C.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.A.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. S.P.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. A.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. V.R.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.D.

Assault Bodily Injury – Family Violence

Dismissed

Protective Order Cases

State of Texas v. D.R.

Violation of a Protective Order

Client faced up to a year in the county jail and possible civil consequences. After gaining access to GPS records, phone records, and social media contents, the State had no choice but to dismiss due to conflicting evidence.

Arson Cases

State of Texas v. R.S.

Arson

Dismissed

Weapons Charges

State of Texas v. J.T.

Possession of a Short Barrel Firearm

Dismissed

Fraud and White Collar Cases

State of Texas v. M.C.

Welfare Fraud

Dismissed

Theft, Robbery, Burglary & Property Crimes

State of Texas v. R.H.

Burglary of a Building

Client was facing 6 to 24 months in a state jail facility. Found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. A.R.

Burglary of a Habitation

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.Z.

Aggravated Robbery

Dismissed

State of Texas v. B.F.

Aggravated Robbery

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.C.

Aggravated Robbery

Dismissed

State of Texas v. S.P.

Theft $50-500

Dismissed

DWI

State of Texas v. K.H.

Driving While Intoxicated

Found not guilty at a jury trial

State of Texas v. J.G.

Driving While Intoxicated

Dismissed

State of Texas v. C.T.

Driving While Intoxicated

Dismissed

Murder/Manslaughter

State of Texas v. J.R.

Murder

Client was facing 5-99 years, or life in prison. Found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. B.F.

Intoxication Manslaughter

Client was facing 2-20 years in prison. Received probation at a bench trial.

Miscellaneous

State of Texas v. T.E.

Abuse of Office

Client found not guilty at a bench trial.

State of Texas v. A.V.

Cruelty to Animals

Client was charged with shooting a dog. Found not guilty at a jury trial.

State of Texas v. D.S.

Smuggling of Persons

Client was facing 2-10 years in prison. Found not guilty at a bench trial.

State of Texas v. L.P.

Terroristic Threat

Dismissed

State of Texas v. E.H.

Retaliation

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.S.

Criminal Mischief

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.A.

Resisting Arrest

Dismissed

State of Texas v. M.R.

Failure to Identify

Dismissed

State of Texas v. A.R.

Criminal Mischief

Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.G.

Criminal Mischief

Dismissed

State of Texas v. I.H.

Terroristic Threat

Dismissed

State of Texas v. K.S.

Telephone Harassment

Dismissed

State of Texas v. J.E.

Telephone Harassment

Dismissed

State of Texas v. A.G.

Evading Arrest - Felony

Dismissed

State of Texas v. C.L.

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle

Dismissed

State of Texas v. K.W.

Failure to Identify

Dismissed

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