Case Results

Below you will find some of our recent case results. While no outcome for your case can be guaranteed,  we strive to provide the very best defense for our clients. All of the cases listed below had unique aspects that only a well trained attorney would recognize and be able to use in your defense. 

Deferred Probation

Aggravated Robbery

Daniel was originally offered 8 years in prison and he has a different lawyer.  He then hired me to represent him.

Not Guilty

Felony DWI

Wes was arrested for his third DWI and his alcohol concentration was .26. 

Case Dismissed

Injury to Elderly & Interference with 911 call

He would agitate her and wait for her to lose her cool and when she would hit him, he would call the police. 

Deferred Probation

Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon

Ryan was arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Interference with a 911 call for allegedly threatening his wife with a gun. 

Probation

Solicitation of a Minor for Sex

The DA offered Tim 8 years in prison.  We had a weeklong trial and the jury gave Tim Probation!

Not Guilty

DWI

t trial, the officer testified that if he smelled alcohol on his breath, that meant there had to be alcohol in his system. 

Not Guilty

DWI

Not Guilty verdicts returned by both juries.

Dismissed

Assault on a Public Servant

Megan was an attorney and pulled over.  During the stop, there was a confrontation with the officer, and she assaulted him. 

Felony Dismissed

Racing

He was drag racing on a city street and the other driver lost control of his car, hit a tree, and rolled over onto its hood. 

Charge Downgraded

Indecent Exposure

Randy was accused of Indecent Exposure driving down the highway where 2 women alleged he showed them his private parts as they were passing him in their truck. 

Case Dismissed

Resisting Arrest

She attempted to kick the other officer in the groin, but he took evasive action and was only kicked in the thigh.

Not Guilty

Manslaughter

He was driving home Super Bowl Sunday and was alleged to have been racing another car.

Not Guilty

Deliver of a Controlled Substance

Derrick was on felony probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance (PCS) and was subsequently charged with Deliver of a Controlled Substance, a 1st-degree felony.  He was looking at life in prison. 

No Charges Filed

Assault

Eric was going through a divorce and his soon to be Ex called the police claiming Eric assaulted her. The Grand Jury did not charge Eric with anything and his case just went away. 

Not Guilty

DWI

Danny had an alcohol concentration of .17, stipulated to his intoxication at trial, and was pulled over for driving with only his fog lamps on. 

Case Dismissed

Compelling Prostitution

Derrick was charged with 2 cases of Compelling Prostitution. Derrick had a prior felony conviction, had been to prison, and was not eligible for probation. 

Case Dismissed

Title IX Accusation

M.R. was accused by the Title IX office of a major nursing school of engaging in non-consensual sexual contact with a female student.  Part of the allegation was that M.R. and the complainant were drinking

Not Guilty

DWI

Shane pulled out of a bar parking lot at 2:12 am and the officer made a U-turn and began to follow him.  He made an illegal wide right turn at the light and was pulled over. 

Case Dismissed

DWI

Eduardo was pulled over for weaving and not using his turn signal changing lanes (that was not on the video). The stopping officer contacted Eddy and smelled the odor of alcohol.

Case Dismissed

DWI

Michael was pulled over for the Trooper claimed his license plate light was out.  He was unsteady getting out of his car and leaned on it for balance.  He failed all sobriety tests. 

Case Dismissed

2nd DWI

Dianne, who had a prior DWI conviction, was driving home and made a left hand turn onto her street.  A police officer was approaching and claimed that she failed to yield right of way to his police car.

Not Guilty

DWI

Eva’s alcohol concentration was .117 three hours after the 3-car accident she caused.  Her speech was rapid, slurred, and hard to follow and she was looking at the accident

Case Dismissed

DWI

Michael had an alcohol concentration of .14, was driving 75/60 and did not use his turn signal.  We set the case for trial which eventually resulted in the DA dismissing the entire case.

Case Dismissed

DWI

Ian passed a police officer and was swerving.  The officer was running his tag and lost sight of him entering a neighborhood with only one entrance/exit. 

Not Guilty

Second DWI

James had an alcohol concentration of .24, stipulated to his intoxication at trial, and was pulled over on his moped for driving without his headlight on and charged with his second DWI.

Not Guilty

Assault

Cierra was accused of assaulting Sparkle, a girl who was having an affair with Cierra’s boyfriend and was trying to get her fired from her job. 

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