DWI –  Dismissed after jury trial

Jury was unable to convict. Prosecution asked for new trial, but later moved to dismiss charges

Intoxication Manslaughter- Reduced Sentence

While client was already on probation for DWI when arrested for Intoxication Manslaughter. Client pleaded guilty to the jury and jury awarded probation where State sought prison term from the jury.

Felony Fraud- Dismissed

Prosecution dismissed at trial setting based on review of correspondence provided by Defense Counsel between client and complainant showing

Assault Bodily Injury, Family Violence- Not Guilty

Guadalupe County Jury acquits client of assault charges with estranged wife.

DWI- Hung Jury

Jury unable to convict client with extreme alcohol charge. Defense Counsel obtains dismissal prior to the next trial setting.

DWI- Not Guilty

Judgment of acquittal by court during trial. State unable to prove case after jury was sworn in by the court.

DWI- Reduced Sentence

DWI with extreme intoxication enhancement: set for trial: accident and client with nearly twice the legal limit of alcohol: prosecution agrees to drop enhancement and client given one year probation.

DWI- Dismissed

DWI set for trial: state agrees to dismiss and expunge case at trial setting.

Aggravated Sexual Assault- Dismissed

Aggravated Sexual assault of child: case dismissed at trial setting after State reviewed defense offering from its own investigation.

Federal Trial- Not Guilty

Assault on a Federal officer. Client accused of assault of Border Patrol Agents at her family-owned hotel in West Texas. Jury reviewed by-stander video which rebutted the testimony of the Border Patrol Agents, and found Client not guilty.

Felony Assault Strangulation-Case Dismissed

Family violence set for trial. Case expunged.

Client with 7 pending felonies receives reduced sentence.

Client facing six felony fraud and one felony Family Violence Charge. Client pleads to two fraud cases and given 18 month sentence.

State v. C.H.

Felony fraud case where client had been placed on probation 17 years ago and now could not obtain her nursing license. Attorney reviewed the case and filed a constitutional writ of habeas corpus and prevailed. Conviction was overturned and case dismissed and expunged.

State v. J.N.

DWI trial with extreme intoxication count.  Client had a .17 blood alcohol level and was driving on the wrong side of HWY 281.  Jury acquitted client and case expunged.

State v. J.S.

Client arrested for felony evading arrest, jury acquitted client and that case and two related misdemeanor charges dismissed and all cases expunged.

State v. K.S.

Client arrested for felony deadly conduct in Guadalupe County. Counsel prepared client to appear before the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury decides to no-bill client and the charges are dismissed and expunged.

State v. A.K.

Client arrested for resisting arrest and interfering with the duties of a peace officer. All charges dismissed and expunged.

Juvenile charged with aggravated sexual assault – Acquitted by jury

Juvenile client charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child and case transferred to adult court for the client to stand trial as an adult. State sought prison time. Jury acquits client.

State v. A.C.

DWI trial where the jury acquits client and charges are expunged.

State v. K D.

Client charged with Interference with the duties of a peace officer. Jury acquits client and case expunged.

State v. E. P.

Client charged with DWI. State dismisses case at last trial setting and charges dismissed.

Client charged with murder in street shootout – Case Dismissed

Client arrested for Murder in street shootout among multiple shooters. Defense investigation and review of forensic evidence demonstrates client could not have fired a weapon. Case dismissed.

State v. S.G.

Client arrested for injury to a child. Defense investigation leads to state dismissal and expunction of all charges.

State v. K.G.

Attorney able to negotiate a dismissal of the charges and the case is dismissed.

State v. C.G.

Medical doctor arrested for assault of his wife. State agrees to reduce charges to Class C misdemeanor and allow client’s charges to be expunged. State Medical Board also drops its proposed suspension of client’s medical license.

State v. J.R.

Client arrested in Comal County river camp melee with two counts of Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon. Attorney able to negotiate a dismissal of all charges and both cases expunged.

State v. A.W.

Client arrested on misdemeanor drug charges. Attorney convinces DA to reduce charges to a class C case and charges are later expunged.

State v. J.H.

Client accused of road rage, charged with Deadly Conduct and Terroristic threats. Both cases dismissed with Defense investigation presented to the State.

In the matter of C.K. and K.K.

Representation of twins in juvenile court accused of sexual assault of a child. Both clients placed on probation and allowed to stay at home with the family. No registration ordered by the Court and both cases sealed—allowing each twin to successfully go to college.

State v. P.W.

Client arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child. Forensic evidence ties client to crime. After defense investigation and review, DA agrees to proceed on non-sexual charge of Injury to a child and place client on probation with alcohol and drug rehabilitation and no registration.

State v. P.K.

Brewster County DWI 2d arrest and license suspension. Attorney appeals driver license suspension based on erroneous application of transportation vehicle equipment violation. License suspension overturned and County Attorney agrees to dismiss all charges. Case later expunged.

Client arrested after Spurs game in parking lot – Jury acquits him / Case Expunged

Client gets into traffic altercation and accident while leaving Spurs game. He is arrested for DWI open container. Jury acquits client and case expunged.

State v. R.H.

DWI 2d case in Dallas County. Jury acquits client and case expunged.

State v. P.P.

Client’s DWI dismissed by both ALR court and county court judges for lack of probable cause to stop and detain client.