Successful Cases for DWI Defense

 

David D. 

Defendant was stopped for weaving.  After the field sobriety tests the officer requested a breath or blood sample.  The Defendant refused to provide any samples and a blood sample was taken pursuant to a warrant.  The blood sample came back with a .24 level.  The arresting officer was subpoenaed by defense counsel for Texas Department of Public Safety Hearing.  The officer failed to appear and the DPS hearing was dismissed so the Defendant was able to keep his license.

Luciano R.

Defendant was in a motor vehicle accident.  Police Officers at the scene determined the defendant was intoxicated.  Defendant voluntarily gave a sample of his breath the registered .15.  The arresting officer was subpoenaed by defense counsel for Texas Department of Public Safety Hearing.  The officer failed to appear and the DPS hearing was dismissed so the Defendant was able to keep his license.

Roland M.

Defendant was stopped going 94 mph.  The arrested officer determined that the defendant was intoxicated.  The defendant volunteered to take a PBT which came back as .135.  The defendant also consented to a breath sample at the police station that registered a .11.  The subpoenaed arresting officer did not appear at the DPS hearing so that the Defendant did not lose his license.   The Defendant was able to enter a pretrial diversion program so that the DWI case will ultimately get dismissed and expunged.

Joseph V.

The Defendant was stopped for speeding.  The officer conducted 3 field sobriety tests which the defendant performed poorly on and it was determined that he was intoxicated.  A warrant was obtained for a blood draw and Defendants blood alcohol came back as a .14.   The Defendant was able to enter a pretrial diversion program where his DWI will be dismissed and expunged.

Waleed E.

The Defendant was traveling 103 mph in a 65 mph zone.  The defendant performed poorly on the field sobriety tests and blew a .158 on the intoxilyzer.  Originally the prosecution was taking a very hard stance against the defendant because of the reckless driving-speed and the high breath test.  Ultimately after 9 months of settings and motions the State offered to drop the DWI charge to Obstruction of Highway and furthermore granted deferred adjudication.  The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Ruben K.

Defendant was stopped for a minor traffic violation.  When the officer approached the car, he noticed an open can of beer in console.  The officer had the defendant perform 3 field sobriety tests which the defendant allegedly failed.  The defendant was charged with DWI-open container.  Defense counsel saw the case as winnable and convinced Ruben to turn down probation and push the prosecution.   Because of some prior criminal history and the open container of alcohol the prosecutor originally wanted 18 months regular probation and almost $1000.00 in fines and costs.  Ultimately, by turning down the prosecutor’s probation offer and setting the case for trial we were able to get the case dismissed after completing a 12 month pretrial diversion program.  The defendant can get the case expunged.

Connor R.

Defendant was stopped for driving at night without the car’s headlights being on.  After failing the field sobriety tests the defendant was given a blood test which indicated a blood alcohol content over .15.  The defendant was charged with a Class A DWI, “extreme intoxication”.  Ultimately, we were able to get the Class A DWI reduced to Class B “Obstruction of a Highway”.  The Defendant was also given deferred adjudication that will allow the sealing of the record.

Arturo B.

The defendant was in an accident.  The police were told, by bystanders, when they arrived at the scene of the accident that the defendant appeared intoxicated.  The defendant failed the field sobriety tests and his blood alcohol result was a .136.  Upon searching the defendant incident to arrest marijuana was found in his pocket.  The possession of marijuana was dismissed and the defendants DWI was reduced to obstruction of highway.

Edward T.

The defendant was stopped after the police officer saw the defendant’s car weaving, drive upon a raised median and hit a curb.  The defendant staggered when he excited the car and failed the field sobriety tests.  There was an open can of beer in the car.  The defendant’s breath test showed a .092 BAC.  The defendant was charged with a felony DWI 3rd.  We won the DPS driver’s license hearing.   We were able to get the Felony DWI reduced to a misdemeanor DWI after proving to the prosecutor the defendants staggering was caused by a medical condition and the open container of alcohol made it more likely the defendant was actually under .08 when driving.

Lorenzo H.

The defendant was stopped for speeding.  The defendant was detained for a DWI after the officer noticed signs of intoxication.  The Defendant’s blood result was over 2x the legal limit.  We won the DPS driver’s license hearing and got the DWI reduced to an obstruction of a highway and the defendant was given deferred adjudication thereby avoiding a conviction.  The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Heather R.

The defendant was charged with DWI.  Ultimately the defendant was given deferred adjudication for obstructing a highway.  The case was closed and the defendant was not convicted and is eligible to have the case sealed.

Priscilla C.

The defendant was stopped for weaving and speeding.  The defendant allegedly failed the field sobriety tests.  The breath test sample came back more than 2x legal limit.  The defendant’s case was reduced from DWI class A “extreme intoxication” to obstructing a highway.  The defendant was further given deferred adjudication avoiding all convictions.   The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Walter B.

The defendant was seen hanging his head out of car window.  The officer stopped the defendant thinking he was ill but instead found what he thought was a drunk driver.  An analysis showed a BAC of .15 and the defendant was charged with DWI class A “extreme intoxication”.  The charge was reduced to obstructing a highway and the defendant was given deferred adjudication.  The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Steven C.

The defendant was stopped for speeding and weaving and was charged with reckless driving.  The defendant entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and the case was dismissed.  The defendant is eligible for an expunction.

Isaac V.

The defendant was stopped for weaving and speeding.  The officer detected many clues of intoxication.  The defendant failed the breath test.  We won the driver’s license hearing, “DPS hearing” and got the DWI reduced to an obstruction.  The defendant was placed on a short period of deferred adjudication and is eligible for record sealing.

Kevin R.

The defendant was charged with DWI and we were able to get him into the veteran’s treatment court track 1, where the case was dismissed and expunged.

Timothy A.

The defendant fell off his motorcycle then fled on foot; when caught he was taken to the hospital because of injuries.  The defendant’s hospital records were obtained which showed a BAC of 216 mg/dl.  We were able to show that the hospital blood tests were inaccurate.  The hospital blood test was on serum which when converted to whole blood is around .17.  Because of the original incorrect serum blood test and the very high BAC he was charged with DWI Class-A “extreme intoxication”.  Ultimately, we were able to get the case reduced all the way down to obstructing a highway plus the defendant was placed on deferred adjudication.  The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Valentine O.

Client was charged with a DWI and had failed a breath test.   Case was dismissed.

Jesus V.

Client was charged with a DWI.  We were able to get the case thrown out based upon a violation of the defendant’s Constitutional Right to a Speedy Trial.

Charles H.

The defendant was in a motor-vehicle accident and the arresting officer took the defendant to the hospital because of the severity of the accident.  The defendant left the hospital without being seen by a doctor.  A charge of DWI-2nd was filed against the defendant.  We hired a medical expert who opined that the defendant had suffered a head injury and that is why he appeared to be intoxicated.  The case was dismissed on the day of trial.  The case was ultimately expunged.

Jennifer R.

The defendant was stopped for making an illegal U-Turn and accelerating away from the officers.  According to the officers the defendant then failed the field sobriety tests and refused to take a blood or breath test.  The case was dismissed on the day of trial.

Pablo P.

A Texas trooper stopped our client for making a wide right turn.  According to the trooper our client appeared disorientated and failed the field sobriety tests.  The breath test was refused.  After numerous consultations with the prosecutor and providing him with photographic evidence of the scene, thereby creating doubt in the officer’s version of events, the case was rejected.  All charges were dismissed.

Corey J.

Our client was stopped by a deputy for going 17 miles an hour over the speed limit.  The officer put in his report that the client had glassy eyes, slurred speech, and a strong order of alcohol coming from his breath.  When asked on a scale of 1 to 10 how drunk was he, my client stated, “a 3 or 4”.   Clients breath test came back as .127.  First, we won his driver’s license hearing so that he kept his driving privileges.  We then filed a motion to suppress and set it for a hearing challenging the officers probable cause and arrest.  The Court ruled in our favor resulting in all the charges being dismissed.

Mark S.

Our client was apprehended after being observed traveling 30 miles an hour down a federal interstate and then he stopped for no reason and wouldn’t move at a flashing yellow light.  The officer observed blood shot eyes, thick tongued tied slurred speech and admitted to consuming alcohol.  While standing there was a noticeable sway.  Our client then refused to blow into a portable breath testing machine and later refused to take the breathalyzer.  Because of the long delay in charging the defendant after his initial arrest we filed a motion to dismiss because of the denial of our clients right to a speedy trial.  Ultimately the case was dismissed.

Francisco C.

The defendant was stopped for failing to stop at a stop sign.  After observing clues of DWI the officer arrested the defendant for DWI.  A motion to suppress was filed and the case set for trial.  Ultimately the case was dismissed.

Jessica R.

The defendant was stopped because she allegedly stopped at a railroad crossing with her vehicle too far into the railway crossing.  The defendant allegedly failed the field sobriety tests; also, the defendant told the officer she, “couldn’t do this exercise sober”.  The defendant took the breath test and was just barely over the legal limit at a .088.  We determined that the case was a good case to try because of the low blow and pictures from the scene called into question the officer’s version of events.  The case was dismissed on day of trial.

Richard R.

The defendant was seen driving erratically and then run a stop sign.  The defendant failed the field sobriety tests and his alcohol level was a .12.  This was the defendant’s second DWI.  We were able to get him into a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed.

Mary A.

The defendant was stopped for weaving while only going 40 mph down loop 410.  The defendant refused all field sobriety tests partially based upon the unsafe road conditions.  It was the defendant’s second DWI.  The defendant was found not guilty in a jury trial.

Kevin P.

The defendant was stopped for speeding and weaving.  In a motion to suppress court hearing we were able to point out many errors in the field sobriety tests conducted by the police officer; therefore, the prosecutor dismissed the case.

Juan G.

The defendant was stopped for driving at night without his headlights on.  The defendant consented to the breath test and blew a .125.  At a motion to suppress hearing the officer testified about what he said to the defendant about taking the breath test.  It was clear that the officer was attempting to convince the defendant to take the test.  It is against the law for an officer to use persuasion to get the defendant to consent to the breath test.  After the hearing the judge threw out the breath test and the state then dismissed the case.

Chad K.

The Defendant was stopped for speeding.  The officer detected a strong smell of alcohol coming from the defendant’s breath.  After observing the defendant and listening to his speech the officer determined that the defendant was intoxicated.  During cross examination of the officer at the DPS driver’s license hearing we established that there was insufficient evidence of DWI and the prosecutor dismissed the case.

George H.

The Defendant was stopped for speeding and the officer suspected that he was DWI after coming into contact.   The officer testified at a hearing that the defendant from a stop sign had accelerated to over 60 mph and then came to a stop a specific location.  The officer also testified that the speed was calculated by pacing the defendant.  We hired an investigator to go out and measure the distance traveled by the defendant while being paced.  The court did not believe the officer because it was almost impossible to pace the defendant for the required time to establish speed had the client been going as fast as alleged.  The case was thrown out and expunged.

Vince S.

The defendant was stopped for running a red light and taking a corner too fast.  The officer detected the smell of alcohol and the defendant failed the field sobriety tests; however, the officer primarily relied upon the HGN test (follow the pen with your eyes test).  We had the defendant’s medical records and history reviewed by our medical expert.  Our expert diagnosed the defendant with thyroid toxicosis with exophthalmous which caused his eyes to bulge slightly.  This condition invalidated the HGN test which resulted in the prosecutor dismissing the DWI.

Jessica Y.

The defendant was stopped because of observed erratic driving.  She admitted to taking Lexapro.  The case was dismissed.

Rosa M.

The defendant was stopped for going 65 in a 45 mph zone.  The police officer alleged that the defendant smelled of alcohol, admitted to drinking and failed the field sobriety tests.  The breath test result came back as a .10.  The State was unable to prove that the breath testing protocol done at the time of the defendant’s test was done properly; therefore, the case was dismissed.  Also, we won the DPS hearing (driver’s license hearing) so the defendant was able to keep her license.

Jean B.

The defendant was charged with DWI after being involved in a motor vehicle accident.  Two officers and a witness believed that the defendant was intoxicated.  The officer reported that the defendant was unsteady on feet, had blood shot eyes, and failed the HGN test.  The defendant consented to the breath test and blew a .13.  We won the DPS (driver’s license) hearing and the breath test we got thrown out because the officer failed to follow the proper procedures.  Ultimately the DWI was dismissed.

Omar M.

The defendant was charged with DWI-Open Container.  The officer stopped the defendant for running a red light.  According to the officer the defendant’s speech was slurred, he had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath and he had an alcoholic drink in the car with him.  The defendant refused to cooperate with the police.  The case was dismissed after setting for trial because the Prosecutor did not believe they could win.

Ronald N.

The defendant drove his vehicle into someone’s yard striking a parked car.  After refusing all field sobriety tests he was arrested for DWI.  We won the DPS hearing and the case was dismissed.

Paul M.

The defendant was stopped for going 7 mph over speed limit and weaving.  Defendant was a vet with a previous head injury.  The defendant blew into the intoxilyzer and registered a .08.  The court granted a motion to suppress and the case was thrown out.

Bradley O.

The defendant was doing burnouts in a parking lot when he was involved in an accident.  The defendant refused to cooperate with the field sobriety tests and the blood draw.   We won the DPS (driver’s license hearing) and the DWI was ultimately dismissed.

Maria S.

The defendant was stopped for speeding and failing to maintain a single lane.  Upon contacting the driver of the vehicle, the officer had a suspicion of DWI.  The defendant refused to cooperate with the officer and did not do any of the field sobriety tests.  We won the DPS hearing and the DWI was dismissed.

Steven S.

The defendant was stopped for a defective tail lamp and crossing the double white line on roadway.  We were able to show the taillights complied and there was only 1 minor weave.  Case dismissed.

Ricardo R.

The defendant drove on the wrong side of a divided roadway and did not stop immediately for the police officer.  According to the police officer the defendant failed the field sobriety tests.  The blood test came back at over a .15.  Motions to suppress the stop and blood test results were filed.  The case was dismissed.

Roland M.

The defendant was stopped for driving after striking a wall causing severe damage to his car including a flat tire.  After failing the field sobriety tests the defendant was charged with DWI.  The defendant was able to enter a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed.

Aurora L.

The police were called to gas station because a highly intoxicated customer was going to drive off from the premises.  When the officer arrived, witnesses pointed to the defendant asleep in her vehicle and the car keys were in her hand.  The defendant failed the field sobriety tests administered by a State Trooper.  The intoxilyzer read .196 blood alcohol level.  We won the DPS Drivers License hearing and the DWI was dismissed.

Jeffrey T.

The defendant was on probation for felony DWI and was caught violating probation by drinking.  We were able to get the judge to deny the MTR and continue the Defendant on probation.

Isidro F.

The defendant was stopped for weaving and speeding.  The officer conducted field sobriety tests that the defendant failed.  A blood test showed that the defendant was 50% over the legal limit.  We won the DPS hearing (driver’s license hearing) so the defendant did not lose his license.  The DWI was reduced to obstructing a highway and the prosecution was deferred so that the case can be sealed later.

Successful Cases Defending Indecent Exposure

Eric V.

The Defendant was charged with indecent exposure.  The complainant alleged that the Defendant was masturbating in his car while parked in a store’s parking lot.  She alleged he looked at her and continued to please himself.  She got out of her car and photographed the defendants license plate and a few days later she identified the defendant in a police officer created photo array and at trial.  After a 3-day trial the Defendant was found NOT GUILTY and his case was expunged.

Jessica G.

Defendant was charged with Disorderly Conduct-Exposure.  Ultimately the case was dismissed after a short deferral period of 90 days.

O.S.

The defendant was charged with indecent exposure.  The case against the defendant was developed in an unusual manner.  The police spotted the defendant driving a car that matched a vehicle being driven by someone wanted for numerous cases of indecent exposure.  The police approached the defendant after he exited his vehicle which was recorded on video.   The police believed he matched the witnesses’ description of the perpetrator and he was wearing similar clothes as described by witnesses.   The police did not arrest the defendant at this time but instead went back to the witness and asked her to view the videotape of their encounter with the defendant.  She identified the defendant as the person who exposed himself.  The witness also identified the defendant in a photo-array and in court at a pretrial hearing.  The Court threw out the witnesses’ identifications after a pretrial hearing contesting the identification process as being too suggestive and that it violated our clients due process rights.  The court’s ruling on the pretrial motions gutted the prosecution case.  The case was then dismissed and expunged.

Y.M.

The defendant had two separate cases of indecent exposure. The prosecutors wanted to convict the defendant for both offenses which they believed would then require that the defendant register for 10 years as a sex offender.  Ultimately the defendant got deferred adjudication on one case, thereby avoiding a conviction, and the other was dismissed.  The case that was dismissed was expunged over the objection of DPS.

Marcus G.

The defendant was charged with indecent exposure.  The complainant allegedly saw the defendant masturbating while in his car as she was pulled up along- side him on the roadway.  She asserted that he looked at her while in the act.  The defendant told the officer that he did have an itch that required him to scratch; however, he did not expose himself.  After hiring an investigator and getting statements the case was dismissed.

Jerry T.   

Indecent Exposure.  Dismissed

David R.

Our client and his girlfriend were in the back of a van when the police stormed the vehicle.  The officers claimed the parties were in various stages of undress.  The female defendant, with a different lawyer, plead no contest to the offense and we set our clients case for trial.  As the trial approached, we filed a motion to suppress and motion to quash.  We also provided the prosecutor with case law that supported our positions.  Our clients’ case was dismissed.  I informed the lawyer for the female defendant that our case was dismissed and he was going to go back and plead to withdraw his client’s plea-obviously his client was given bad advice and should not have plead to the offense.

M.S.

The defendant was facing two separate cases for indecent exposure. Each case involved different complainants and one case involved a complainant that knew the defendant.    We were able to get one of the cases dismissed and one of the cases the defendant was given deferred adjudication.  The case that dismissed has been expunged and the case wherein the defendant got deferred will eventually be sealed.

Successful Cases Defending Drug Possession

Mathew D.

Defendant was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.  Case was ultimately dismissed and expunged

Bryan G.

Defendant was charged with possession of marijuana (under 2 oz.).  The case was ultimately dismissed and expunged

Ashley M.

We were able to get the defendant’s deferred adjudication for a felony drug offense terminated early over the objection of the prosecution.

James S.

Possession of Drugs.  Case was dismissed.

Alfredo C.

The defendant was charged with possession of a controlled substance after an officer found the drugs in the defendant’s car.  The defendant was stopped, detained and his vehicle searched because according to the officer he was impeding traffic.  The case was dismissed after providing the prosecutor case law showing the officer was incorrect in stopping my client for the stated reason.

Derek B.

The defendant was charged with possession of PG 4 less than 28 grams.  Case dismissed.

Successful Cases Defending Possession of Marijuana

Bryan G.

Defendant was charged with possession of marijuana (under 2 oz.).  The case was ultimately dismissed and expunged.

William S.

Defendant was charged with possession of marijuana.  The case was dismissed and expunged.

Cooper W.

Defendant was charged with Possession of Marijuana 2-4 oz.  We were able to get the defendant into the pretrial diversion program and the case was ultimately dismissed and the defendant is eligible for an expunction.

Anthony B.

The defendant was stopped in his vehicle for running a stop sign.  After detecting a strong order of marijuana, the defendant was found to be in possession of both a gun and marijuana.  We were able to get the defendant into a diversion program and both cases were dismissed.  The defendant is eligible to have both cases expunged.

Bryan G.

The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana.  We got the defendant into the pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed early and expunged.

Michael R.

The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana in a drug free zone.  We set the case for trial and were able to get it dismissed.

Lewis H.

The defendant was charged with the felony offense of possession of marijuana in a drug free zone.  Ultimately the case was dismissed when the State failed to provide the contraband to the defense for viewing and testing.

Cheyenne M.

The defendant was arrested by the University Police Department for possession of marijuana.  We alleged the officers search/conduct was unlawful and violated our client’s constitutional rights.  After a motion to suppress hearing the judge ruled in our favor and the case was dismissed.

James S.

Possession of Marijuana, case dismissed.

Successful Cases for Assault Defense

Sara H.

Defendant was charged with assault-family violence.  Defendant allegedly assaulted her ex-boyfriend with a baseball bat, a broken bottle and pointed a handgun at him.  On the day of trial, the State gave in and offered what the defense had wanted for over a year.  Defendant entered the pretrial diversion program where the case will ultimately be dismissed then expunged

F.P.

The defendant was charged with assault-married. It was important to get a good result for our client because he was not a U.S. Citizen.  Ultimately we got the case dismissed and expunged.

Christian H.

The Defendant was charged with a felony family violence assault and terroristic threat.  After nearly 1 year of settings and motions along with providing the prosecutor with back-up information to support our claim of “interest of justice” the cases were dismissed and expunged.

Lola S.

Defendant was charged with Assault Family Violence.  The case was dismissed after a thorough investigation, including written statements from family members and a Bexar County Deputy regarding the family dynamics.  The defendant can get the case expunged.

Fredrick R.

The defendant was charged with assault family violence.  We were able to get the case dismissed after getting a non-prosecution affidavit from the complainant.  The defendant is eligible for an expunction.

Marco T.

The Defendant was charged with Assault Bodily Injury-Married.  We were able to get the defendant into a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed early.  The defendant can get case expunged

B.M.

The defendant was charged with assault. The altercation was caught on security video cameras.  The video footage clearly showed the defendant striking the complainant with a closed fist and from the video it appeared to be unprovoked; however, the defendant was adamant that prior to the video footage he was struck first by the complainant. After a lengthy investigation we located witnesses that supported our client’s version of events that he was defending himself.  The case was dismissed and expunged.

F.P.

The defendant was charged with assault-married. It was important to get a good result for our client because he was not a U.S. Citizen.  Ultimately we got the case dismissed and expunged.

Rachel C.

The defendant was charged with assault-married.  The defendant applied and was accepted into the pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed early.  The defendant is eligible to have the case expunged.

Lisa T.

The defendant was charged with the serious felony offense of injury to the elderly.  Photo’s of significant bruising and injuries were taken of the complainant by the police.  We hired a medical expert that was board certified in Geriatric Medicine.  The medical expert gave us a written opinion that the photographs do not depict injuries caused by an assault and definitely not injuries occurring during the time frame alleged.  The case was reduced to a misdemeanor.

Martin C.

The defendant was charged with assault-married.  The defendant entered a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed early.  The defendant is eligible for an expunction.

Nathan T.

The defendant was charged with family violence assault.  Allegations included the assault, breaking a phone, and a loaded handgun.  The case was ultimately dismissed.

Alberto N.

Defendant charged with assault family violence.  We came to an agreement with the prosecutor that if the defendant completes a parenting class they would dismiss case.  Case was dismissed.

Michael E.

Defendant was charged with a felony family violence.  It was alleged that the defendant stabbed his brother.  We were able to establish that there were mental health issues and that the injured party provoked the defendant.  The case was dismissed.

Mitchel S.

Client and his girlfriend were in an altercation with both parties having some visible injuries.  The complainant stated that the defendant choked her and pulled her out of residence by her hair; also, the complainant alleged she had child in her arms through part of the altercation and the child was hurt in the tussle.  A protective order was filed.   Client was charged with assault family violence and felony injury to a child. Through cell phone records and text messages we were able to show that the complainant wasn’t truthful and that she was the likely aggressor.  All charges were dismissed.

Corey L.

Client was charged with felony family violence assault.  The case was further complicated because he was previously charged and plead to three counts of aggravated assault deadly weapon.  This case was ultimately dismissed.

Mark S.

The defendant was charged with assault family violence.  We were able to get the case dismissed and expunged.

Van L.

The defendant allegedly assaulted his wife while she was driving the car.  When the police arrived later at their house she allegedly had a swollen eye.  The complainant was not cooperative with the prosecution and the case was dismissed.

Daniel G.

The defendant was charged with assault-family violence.  After getting witness statements and a non-prosecution affidavit we were able to get the case dismissed.

William P.

The defendant was charged with assault family violence.  We were able to get the case dismissed because we were able to show the complainant was on a prescribed medicine that would cause redness and bruising and the complainant did not want to prosecute.

Chad A.

The defendant was charged with assault; however, it was years before they found and arrested him.  We got the charges dismissed based upon the States denial of our clients right to a speedy trial.

Chris R.

The defendant was charged with violating a protective order.  The complainant did not want the defendant prosecuted and we were able to get the case dismissed.

Alejandro G.

The defendant allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend after his attempts to kick her out of his apartment failed.  We were able to interview neighbors and obtain statements that showed that the complainant was acting aggressively by pounding on his windows etc.  Also, it appeared as though the defendant was trying to ignore the complainant.  Ultimately the case was dismissed.

Sigifredo U.

The defendant was charged with assault family violence.  The assault allegedly occurred in a vehicle with numerous witnesses.  We were able to get statements from the complainant and witnesses.  The case was dismissed.

Angel B.

The defendant allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by throwing her to floor and striking her.  The complainant went to the hospital complaining of a head injury.   The complainant obtained a protective order wherein she also stated that there was a previous choking incident.  The State filed the hospital records with the court and we filed motions objecting to its admission into evidence.  Ultimately the case was dismissed.

Peter P.

The defendant was charged with assault family violence after his wife called the police and reported the assault.  The police reported that there was a bruise and small cut on the complainant’s forehead.  The injury was allegedly caused by the defendant throwing clothes at the defendant and a belt buckle struck the complainant.  After an investigation and getting affidavits the case was dismissed.

Cesar A.

The defendant was charged with the felony offense of assault-family violence choking.  After taking the complainant to the District Attorney’s office for a meeting with their investigator the case was dismissed.

Maria B.

The defendant was charged with assault-family violence.  The case was dismissed after we were able to show the complainant had a history of making accusations.

Jose A.

The defendant was facing two charges from one incident, interfering with a 911 call and family violence assault.  The defendant fired his first lawyer and hired our firm.  We set both cases for trial.  The officer reportedly could see marks on the defendant’s neck and the defendant allegedly admitted to grabbing the complainant by the neck.  Both cases were ultimately dismissed on day of trial.

Jahaira R.

The defendant was charged with the felony offense of Assault Family Violence-Choking.  Case dismissed.

Successful Cases for Theft Defense

Terry W.

The defendant was charged with theft $750-$2500.  The case was ultimately expunged after completing a pretrial diversion program.

Daniella R.

Theft 100 to 750.  Case was dismissed.  Eligible for expunction.

Maria R.

Theft from a large grocery store chain.  Case dismissed.

Nisha P.

Shoplifting case dismissed. 

Nadia F.

Theft case dismissed after completion of pretrial diversion.  Eligible for an expunction.

Terry W.

Theft case dismissed after completion of pretrial diversion.  Eligible for an expunction.

Mark L.

The defendant was charged with shoplifting.  The case was dismissed.

Henry G.

Client was charged with theft.  After our investigation we filed at the Court a Motion to Suppress, seeking to suppress the evidence against our client. After the motion to suppress hearing the judge suppressed the evidence and the State was forced to dismiss the case.

Successful Motion to Revoke Probation Defense Cases

Arturo B.

The Defendant was on probation for obstruction of highway.  The Defendant had an MTR filed against him because he did not the complete the classes as required, and he continued to test positive for alcohol on his ignition interlock device.  After a hearing the Judge denied the States MTR and continued the Defendant on deferred adjudication

Eduardo E.

Defendant was on deferred adjudication for a DWI that was reduced to obstruction of highway.  A motion to revoke was filed alleging violation of zero tolerance and positive UA’s for marijuana.  After a hearing the Judge denied the State’s MTR and the Defendant’s Deferred Adjudication was continued.   The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Jon M.

Defendant was on Deferred Adjudication for possession of marijuana.  An MTR was filed alleging positive UA’s, failure to complete community service hours, and failure to pay fines and costs.  We reset MTR for many months during the reset period the Defendant completed all tasks and obtained from a private lab showing he was clean of marijuana.  The MTR was denied and probation terminated.  The defendant is eligible for record sealing.

Carlos D.

The defendant was facing an MTR on a DWI probation for consuming alcohol, failing to report and various other violations.  After a brief hearing the MTR was denied, and probation was terminated.

Luciano R.

MTR of defendants DWI probation.  Numerous violations of probation were alleged.  The MTR was denied and the defendant was continued on probation.

Israel S.

Defendant was on probation for DWI over .15.  An MTR was filed alleging consumption of alcohol and an ignition interlock reading of .12 and .35.  The MTR was denied and the defendant was continued on probation.

Roberto B.

Defendant was on probation for a DWI but continued to consume alcohol.  An MTR was filed.  After a hearing the defendant was continued on probation.

Chevelle C.

The defendant was on probation for felony fraud when she was arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.  Also an MTR was filed because of the new drug charge.  We were able to get the new felony drug case dismissed and she was continued on probation.

Damen S.

The defendant was on probation for DWI that was reduced to an obstruction of a highway.  As a condition of probation, the defendant was required to have an ignition interlock.  We were contacted by the defendant because he had a positive blow on his ignition interlock and he knew a warrant would be coming out.  We turned the defendant in and wrote his bond.  We were able to get the defendant bonded out in 1 hour and have his MTR denied.

Veronica C.

We were hired to represent the defendant on her 3rd Felony MTR.  We were able to get the MTR denied and have the probation terminated.