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Murder charge dismissed by Texas Attorney General
Wife accused of murdering her husband. Case was ultimately prosecuted by the Texas Attorney General’s Office. Defense investigation showed client was truthful when she said she was defending herself from another unwanted attack in her own home, and was justified in using deadly force to defend herself
All felonies dismissed.
Client given time-served on misdemeanor marijuana conviction; All cars and property returned to client (and almost all of the cash). Search warrant run on client’s house where police seized over 7,000 grams of THC oil, over five pounds of marijuana, and other controlled substances. Client charged with 1st Degree Felony manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. Police also seized two vehicles, all televisions, computers, other personal belongings, and over $30,000.00 in cash. We filed a motion to suppress, arguing the search warrant failed to state probable cause.
Two counts of aggravated assault – CASE DISMISSED!
State v. L.J. – Our client was charged with two counts of Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon for allegedly attacking his girlfriend and her brother with a knife. Our defense investigation successfully proved the client was actually attacked first by the brother and that our client acted in self-defense. We presented the proof from our investigation to the prosecutor and both cases were dismissed.
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon – NOT GUILTY
State v. K.P. – Our client was charged with Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon after his girlfriend accused him of hitting her with his car. Our pre-indictment in-house investigation showed the girlfriend’s story was greatly exaggerated and inconsistent. Prosecutor agreed but only reduced the case pre-indictment to misdemeanor Reckless Conduct. We took the case to trial and the jury found him not guilty.
Jury Found Client Not Guilty on ALL Charges
Jury Found Client Not Guilty on ALL Charges (Continuous Sexual Abuse, Aggravated Sexual Assault, and Indecency with a Child) Client, who had just started his job as a jailer in Dallas County, was accused of continuously having sexual contact with his then 6-year old stepdaughter. After the 10:30 PM Friday night verdict, one juror stayed after to tell us that not only had we “proven” a reasonable doubt, but that he thought it was proven more likely than not that Grandma had planted these false memories in her granddaughter’s head because of her hatred of our client. We could not have done this without the help of our expert witness on false memory and forensic interviewing, Dr. Aaron Pierce.
Oct 02, 2019 — 0.129 Blood Test – Not Guilty in 45 Minutes
Barratry Charges Dismissed!
Attorney client charged with Barratry (illegally soliciting clients). Faced possible prison sentence and losing law license. Lengthy defense investigation, and tons of research and consultation with experts, revealed no crime had actually been committed, and client was innocent. Even though defendant in an associated case pled to 4 years in prison, we convinced Prosecutor to dismiss the charge completely.
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