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  • Dismissed Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

    Our client was charged with felony Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon for allegedly pulling a boxcutter out during an altercation with another man. Our client had no prior contact with law enforcement. We thoroughly investigated the other party, and found that he had a history of violence and assault. After conducting further interviews with another witness, we learned that our client was not the initial aggressor. We argued to the State that the other party had attacked our client first and that the charges against our client should be dismissed. Ultimately, the State agreed to dismiss the charges.

  • Dismissed Assault Family Violence

    Our client received an arrest warrant for an alleged assault on his brother’s girlfriend. He needed the warrant cleared so that he could be considered for a job he was applying for. Our firm worked with his brother’s girlfriend and found inconsistencies between her statements and those made by our client, his brother, and another eyewitness. We challenged the State’s attorney on these inconsistencies and case was ultimately dismissed.

  • Dismissed Assault Family Violence

    Our client was drinking and watching sports with his girlfriend when they got into a heated argument. The argument escalated, and our client left in order to avoid further trouble. A neighbor called the police and our client’s girlfriend made a statement alleging that our client had assaulted her. Our client was later arrested for Assault Family Violence with Impeding Breath. During our investigation, we learned that the police pressured his girlfriend into giving a statement because she had been drinking that night. She signed an affidavit of non-prosecution, and the prosecutor agreed to dismiss this case in exchange for completion of an anger management class.

  • Dismissed Assault Family Violence

    During a dispute with her boyfriend, our client threw a brass statue against a wall, which ended up bouncing and hitting him. He called the police and our client was arrested for Assault Family Violence. We reached out to our client’s boyfriend, and he immediately stated that he did not want our client to be prosecuted. He signed an affidavit of non-prosecution and we used this to press the State to dismiss the case.

  • Dismissed Assault with a Deadly Weapon

    Our client, a retired Marine, was out with some friends one night when he got into a fight at a gas station. He allegedly pulled out a knife and left the scene. Moments later, law enforcement pulled him over. He was charged with misdemeanor DWI, felony Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and two counts of felony Terroristic Threat. Our client suffered from PTSD, and we knew a felony would ruin his life. This former service member needed an aggressive defense. We fought for our client at the negotiation table and convinced the State to dismiss all of the felonies and enter the client into the veteran’s program for the misdemeanor DWI.

  • Dismissed DWI

    Our client was pulled over for failure to signal intent to turn. The arresting officer claimed the vehicle accelerated at a high rate of speed (67 MPH in a 30 MPH zone) resulting in a chase. When our client stopped, the officer noted the smell of alcohol on our client’s breath. Our client refused to take a breath test. The prosecutor offered several plea deals, but our investigation revealed inconsistencies in the evidence, so we set the case for trial. On the eve of trial, the State offered to dismiss the DWI and reduce the charge to the less serious offense of fleeing.

  • Dismissed DWI

    Our client left 6th Street at 2:00 AM after celebrating an anniversary and fell asleep at the wheel. He was arrested for DWI at 4:30 AM and blew a .138 on the breathalyzer. The Prosecutor was initially unwilling to negotiate, but we found favorable evidence on the dash cam video, which lead us to question the validity of our client’s consent to take a breathalyzer test. Our firm set this case for trial, and the prosecutor dismissed the DWI and offered a reduced charge of Obstruction of a Highway and 18 months deferred adjudication.

  • Dismissed DWI

    Our client was stopped by a police officer for driving the wrong way down a one-way street. A Blood Warrant was issued, and the test came back .09. Our client was new to the area and attempting to get a job. Pleading guilty to a DWI was not an option. After negotiating with the prosecutor, our firm was able to get the DWI charge dismissed after successful completion of 18 months deferred prosecution.

  • Dismissed DWI

    Our client was stopped for a headlight that had gone out and was then arrested for and charged with DWI. He consented to a breath test and blew a .11. Upon reviewing the dash cam video, we discovered that the field sobriety tests were performed off camera. We knew that the video would not be usable in trial and used this information to pressure the prosecutor during our negotiations. The prosecutor dismissed the DWI charge and agreed to the lesser charge of Obstruction of a Highway with 15 months of deferred adjudication.

  • Dismissed DWI

    Our client, a veteran, fell asleep at the wheel and was involved in an accident. He was arrested for DWI and refused to give a breath or blood sample to the police. He came to us concerned that a DWI conviction would put an end to his military benefits. We received a plea offer for a DWI conviction with 15 months of probation, but we knew we could do better. We worked with our client and promised to go to trial unless we received a dismissal of the DWI charge. The pressure was effective. The prosecutor offered a dismissal of the DWI charge and agreed to the lesser charge of Obstruction of the Highway and deferred adjudication.

  • Dismissed Felony Assault Family Violence

    Our client was charged with felony Assault Family Violence for allegedly attacking her ex-boyfriend and scratching his face. The State appeared ready to file enhanced charges. Upon receiving the evidence, our firm found issues with the police video and discovered that the 9-1-1 call did not indicate that our client as the first aggressor. Additionally, our client had evidence of bruising on her face and lip that was not consistent with her ex’s story. We fought aggressively to dismiss the felony and obtained a fair plea offer on misdemeanor disorderly conduct, a much less serious charge.

  • Dismissed Felony Assault Family Violence

    Our client was charged with felony Assault Family Violence after an argument with his spouse allegedly turned physical. The evidence against our client was strong but, during the investigation, we found that our client’s spouse had a history of abusive behavior towards her living partners. Additionaly, we advised our client to be proactive by taking family violence classes. We were able to use these to negotiate his charge down to a Class A misdemeanor with deferred adjudication.

  • Dismissed Intoxication Assault

    Our client had allegedly been drinking with friends after work. He woke up in the hospital after an accident that severely injured another person. We fought for our client in our negotiations with the prosecutor on his felony Intoxicated Assault charge and worked with the injured party’s insurance company on a plan to compensate her for her injuries. The felony was ultimately dismissed and reduced to a misdemeanor DWI charge.

  • Dismissed Possession of Controlled Substance

    Our client was pulled over for expired registration. Police smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle and conducted a probable cause search. Police found marijuana and pills containing a controlled substance, and the State charged our client with a felony. Our client was already facing multiple misdemeanor charges in another county. Our firm was able to identify the issues and bring them to the attention of the prosecutor. As a result of our negotiations, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the felony charge and accept deferred adjudication on misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana.

  • Dismissed Possession of Controlled Substance

    Our client picked up a prostitute and was later pulled over for failing to signal. The police let the woman go, but found cocaine in the car on the passenger side and charged our client with possession of a controlled substance. The State offered our client 18 months of deferred probation, but we knew they did not have enough evidence to convict. We refused to back down and set this case for trial. The charge was ultimately dismissed due to lack of evidence.

  • Dismissed Terroristic Threat

    Our client was reportedly heard making terroristic threats by some members of his seventh-grade class. Police charged him with a felony. Our client was a boy scout who was well-liked by teachers but had developed ADHD and was being bullied. The State offered our client 1 year of deferred probation. However, the State’s evidence was little more than hearsay and we believed that we had the stronger case. During plea negotiations, we argued that the offense charged was already too high and that with a good psychiatric and home evaluation, the case wouldn’t pass muster. We obtained a plea of six months deferred prosecution with no official adjudication.

  • Dismissed Theft

    Our client, a legal permanent resident, was charged with stealing clothing at Macy’s. The State offered our client an initial plea deal. However, due to her immigration status, we advised our client that it was in her best interest to fight this case the whole way. We advised her to take some classes up front. During our investigation, we discovered problems with the evidence that would have made it difficult for the State to prevail at trial. We argued these points, and the case was dismissed as a result.

  • Dismissed Theft

    Our client was allegedly caught shoplifting at an HEB. She had no prior arrest history, so we worked with her on proactively taking classes, which were used to her advantage during our negotiations. The client accepted a deferred adjudication on the shoplifting offense, which was ultimately dismissed.

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