State v. T.J.

Client sentenced to probation for a Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) charge. On two (2) different occasions, client was arrested for violating a term or condition of his probation.

Each time, my firm got the Motion to Revoke Probation dismissed, and client was reinstated on his probation without being sentenced to jail.

State v. E.G.

Client charged with felony Possession of Marijuana (“POM”), felony Money Laundering (“ML”), and felony Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon (“UCW”). The State’s initial offer was prison time.

I was able to get the POM and ML charges dismissed, and client was placed on a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision for the UCW case. Client did no jail time.

State v. K.F.

Client charged with felony Theft in County “A.” My firm got him a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision plea agreement, which he decided to take. Client then charged with felony Burglary of a Habitation (“BurgHab”), felony Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (“UUMV”), misdemeanor Assault – Family Member (“A-FM”), and misdemeanor Criminal Mischief (“CM”) in County “B.”

I was able to get the UUMV, A-FM, and CM cases dismissed AND convince the judge to place him on a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision for the BurgHab case. In addition, I was able to convince the judge in County “A” to keep the client on his Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision for his original Theft case.

State v. W.W.

When client was referred to my firm, he was already on a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision for felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (“PCS”) in County “A.” He had recently been charged in County “B” with two (2) additional counts of felony PCS.

I was able to convince the District Attorney in County “B” to dismiss one of the PCS cases and place the client on Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision. After, I was able to convince the judge in County “A” to keep the client on his Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision there.

State v. H.K.

Client charged with a Terroristic Threat of a Peace Officer. Client’s home had been surrounded by law enforcement, and a standoff ensued.

My firm was able to get client’s case dismissed prior to jury trial.

State v. [Juvenile Client]

Juvenile accused of Attempted Theft, Attempted Criminal Mischief, and Curfew Violation.

My firm got all charges dismissed.

State v. S.K.

Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). After lengthy pretrial negotiations, the District Attorney would not agree to dismiss the case.

My firm set it for trial. After two (2) days of trial, the jury came back with a “Not Guilty” verdict. Client had her life back.

State v. D.A.

Client charged with two (2) counts of first degree felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (“PCS”) and a state jail felony Possession of Marijuana (“POM”).

I was able to get the POM case dismissed and convince the State to reduce the PCS cases to a single charge of misdemeanor Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance. Client agreed to a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision – and no jail time was required!

State v. J.H.

Client charged with felony Possession of Marijuana (“POM”). I negotiated a deal to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor POM, and the client accepted a Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision. Later, while the client was on his Deferred, I discovered that evidence against the client was mishandled by the State.

I filed a Writ, which asked the judge to throw out the charge against our client. The judge granted our Writ, and the case was dismissed – and the client’s Deferred was terminated.

State v. M.J.

Client charged with Terroristic Threat of a Family Member. Allegedly, client had pulled a gun on a family member and threatened to kill that person.

I was able to get the case dismissed before jury trial.

State v. S.S.

Client charged with felony Aggravated Promotion of Prostitution. State alleged that she and her boyfriend were acting as “pimps” for a group of young women.

My firm was able to get the case dismissed before jury trial.

State v. R.B.

Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). Law Enforcement stopped client at around 4am for “erratic driving.” Client told them she was lost. Law Enforcement arrested client, and client gave a breath sample, which showed no alcohol in her system. Law Enforcement then obtained a warrant for client’s blood. Blood sample showed a prescription medication (and also marijuana) in her blood at the time she was driving.

I was able to get the case dismissed before jury trial.

State v. F.V.

Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). Law Enforcement obtained a warrant to draw client’s blood. Blood sample showed alcohol in client’s system at the time he was operating his car.

My firm was able to convince the State to dismiss the case before jury trial.

State v. A.S.

Client – a Mexican citizen – was charged with felony Injury to an Elderly Person and felony Forgery of a Government Instrument.

I was able to get both charges dismissed before jury trial, thereby keeping our client’s criminal record clean AND avoiding the very real possibility that she would have been deported.