Aggravated Assault: Dismissed My client was picked out of a photo lineup by a victim who was assaulted while working out at her apartment complex training room. My client had roughly fit the description of the description of the assailant that the victim had originally given. Through investigation, I was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the case.
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon: No Billed by the Grand Jury My client was charged with assaulting another motorist with a hammer and a knife after an incident of road rage. I presented a packet to the Grand Jury persuading them that this was a mutual combat situation.
Aggravated Assault Family Violence: Case Dismissed My client was accused of stabbing his wife with a steak knife and punching her repeatedly in the face. I set the case for trial and the prosecutor dismissed the case.
Family Violence Assault: Not Guilty My client got into a fight with his cousin at a party and severely injured his cousin’s leg. My client left the party before the police arrived and the complainant was taken to the hospital. At trial, I raised the issue of self defense.
Family Violence Assault: Dismissed My client became involved in an argument with his daughter and son in law. The argument escalated and my client retrieved his rifle and pointed it at his son in law.
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child under 14: Reduced to Class A Misdemeanor Assault My client was charged with sexually assaulting his stepdaughter repeatedly over a time span of several years. I presented evidence that was inconsistent with guilt to the prosecutor and he agreed to reduce the case to a Class A Misdemeanor Assault on the day the case was set for trial.
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child under 14: Not Guilty My client was accused of sexually abusing his 5 year old niece. My client had previously been convicted of sexual assault, making him eligible for an automatic life sentence if he were found guilty. I investigated the case for one year and developed enough helpful evidence to persuade the jury that there was reasonable doubt in the case, which returned a verdict for acquittal in one hour.
Indecency with a Child: No Billed by Grand Jury My client was accused of sexually molesting the granddaughter of his wife. I developed evidence that was inconsistent with the allegation and presented a packet to the Grand Jury and made a verbal statement to them.
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child under 17: Not Guilty Our client was charged with 5 counts of sexual assault of a child under 17 years of age in Collin County. If convicted, our client would have faced up to 20 years in the penitentiary. We demanded a speedy trial for our client and went to trial. Four days later, the jury came back with a not guilty verdict on all 5 counts. Our client was released from jail and reunited with his family.
Burglary of a Habitation: Reduced to Class A Misdemeanor, Criminal Trespass My client broke out the front window of her ex boyfriend’s house and went inside and took the television. The State initially offered penitentiary time and reduced the case to a Class A Misdemeanor.
Criminal Trespass: Not Guilty My client was asked to leave a Walmart after becoming involved in an argument with the manager over some coupons. I took the case to trial and my client was acquitted.
Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle: Dismissed My client was accused of driving a vehicle that ad been stolen from a used car dealership. My client had in fact purchased the vehicle from the dealership but had fallen behind on payments. My client had no paperwork of the transaction but I convinced the prosecutor that my client’s claim was valid. Even though he was charged with a Felony Theft Offense, I was able to get the offense reduce.
DWI: Not Guilty My client was pulled over for going the wrong way on a major thoroughfare. When the officer asked him how much he had to drink, my client replied that he “probably had too much.” The jury deliberated about 45 minutes before acquitting my client.
DWI: Dismissed My client was observed weaving in and out of his lane and nearly striking a vehicle in an adjacent lane. I filed a Motion to Suppress evidence alleging that the police officer’s stop of my client was unconstitutional. The Judge granted the Motion and suppressed the evidence in the case.
DWI: Not Guilty My client, a schoolteacher, ran into the back of a stationary vehicle in a work zone. He flunked the HGN, Walk and Turn, and One Leg Stand Field Sobriety Tests. After he was arrested, he scored a 0.11 on the Intoxilyzer. The jury was out 30 minutes before acquitting my client.
DWI: Not Guilty My client ran into the back of a parked pickup truck. The police smelled alcohol on my client’s breath and said he had blood shot eyes. My client admitted to drinking 5 beers. A Dallas Country jury found my client Not Guilty within one hour.
DWI: Case Dismissed My client made a left turn at an intersection without using his turn signal according to the police officer. I filed a Motion to Suppress the Evidence based on the fact that my client told me that he did in fact use his turn signal at the intersection. After a hearing, the Judge granted our Motion and ruled that the stop was illegal.
DWI: Case Dismissed My client was arrested for DWI on Mockingbird in Dallas traveling 60 miles per hour in a posted 35 mile per hour zone, and to consuming 4 mixed drinks. My client took the breath test and blew a 0.13 and failed the standardized field sobriety tests according to the police officer. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the DWI case, and my client pled to an obstruction of a roadway case and received deferred adjudication.
DWI: Case Dismissed My client was arrested for DWI after a citizen called 911 and stated that my client was weaving all over the road. My client performed the field sobriety tests requested by the police poorly according to the police report. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the DWI case and allow my client to plead to the charge of obstruction of a roadway and receive deferred adjudication.
DWI: Not Guilty A Richardson police officer allegedly saw my client driving erratically within her lane and driving at a high rate of speed. She had slurred and mumbled speech and gave slow and confused answers to simple questions according to the officer. She was administered the HGN test in which she exhibited 6 out of 6 clues. On the one leg stand test, she swayed while balancing, used her arms for balance, and put her foot down multiple times. On the walk and turn test, she was unable to maintain her balance, stopped to steady herself, stepped off the line, and made an improper turn. At trial, my client was found not guilty.
DWI: Dismissed My client was involved in an accident on Stemmons Freeway. The police smelled alcohol on her breath and conducted standardized field sobriety tests on her, which indicated that she was intoxicated according to the police. She admitted to consuming 3 or 4 margaritas and took a breath test which indicated an alcohol concentration of 0.11. I was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the DWI case and allow my client to plead to deferred adjudication on the lesser offense of obstruction of a roadway.
DWI: Dismissed My client ran a red light on Blackburn in Dallas. The police found my client to be intoxicated, stating he had blood shot eyes, breath smelling of an alcoholic beverage, and had unsteady balance. My client could not complete the walk and turn test when it was given to him by the police officer. He refused the breath test. I persuaded the prosecutor to dismiss his DWI case and my client was placed on deferred adjudication for obstruction of a roadway.
DWI: Not Guilty My client made a right turn on red on McKinney in Dallas when there was a posted no right turn on red sign. The Dallas police officer performed field sobriety tests and determined that my client was intoxicated. At trial, I was able to show that my client had been awake for over 24 hours and was exhausted at the time of his arrest. My client was found not guilty.
DWI: Dismissed The police stopped my client for speeding on McKinney Avenue in Dallas. The officer had “paced” my client’s speed. I set the case for a Motion to Suppress Evidence based on an illegal stop. At the hearing, I was able to show that there were no guidelines in place for pacing a motorist’s speed. In addition, it was shown that the officer had not “paced” my client’s speed for a significant time period. The Judge agreed and suppressed the evidence in the case based on an illegal stop and the prosecutor was forced to dismiss her case.
DWI: Dismissed My client was observed by police on State Highway 114 in Southlake operating his vehicle in an unsafe manner when he crossed over two double white lines. The police smelled alcohol on his breath and felt his balance was unsteady. After conducting field sobriety tests on my client, they placed him under arrest for DWI. I set the case for trial, and the prosecutor then agreed to reduce the case to obstruction of a highway and dismissed the DWI case.
DWI 2nd: Not Guilty My client was arrested for DWI after he was stopped for speeding and weaving onto the shoulder on State Highway 114. According to the police he did not perform well on the field sobriety tests. Furthermore, my client agreed to take the breath test and scored a 0.11. At a pre-trial hearing, his breath test was thrown out by the Court. We then proceeded to trial, and my client was found not guilty by a Dallas County jury.
DWI 2nd: Not Guilty My client was stopped for a traffic violation and the police smelled alcohol on his breath so they administered field sobriety tests to him. During the one leg stand test, my client placed his foot on the ground three times. At trial in Collin County, my client was found not guilty.
DWI 2nd: Not Guilty A citizen called 911 claiming my client was weaving all over the road on I-35. A DeSoto Police officer stopped my client. According to the officer, my client had to hold onto his vehicle as he walked to keep his balance. My client refused to perform field sobriety tests and also refused to submit to a breath test. A jury acquitted my client.
Possession of Counterfeit Money: Dismissed My client attempted to purchase some shoes with a counterfeit $100 bill. I was able to convince the prosecutor that my client didn’t know the bill was fake.
Possession of a Firearm by a Felon: Not Guilty My client had a handgun in the console of his vehicle when he was stopped by the police. At trial the Judge granted a motion for instructed verdict.
Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver greater than 200 grams: Dismissed My client was stopped with a large amount of methamphetamine in her vehicle. The police had been tipped off that she was in possession of the drugs and stopped her vehicle on a traffic violation. I filed a Motion to Suppress which was granted by the Court.
Murder: Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity My client shot and killed a coworker, whom she believed was the Antichrist. I hired a prominent psychiatrist who believed that my client was insane at the time of the offense. The State’s expert originally indicated that she felt my client was sane at the time of the offense but changed her mind after receiving a copy of my Psychiatrist’s report.
Unlawfully Carrying Weapon: Dismissed My client had a gun and some marijuana in his car when he was stopped by the police for a traffic violation. I challenged the validity of the stop with a Motion to Suppress Evidence, which was granted by the Judge.
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