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A Proven History of Success

Learn about my track record of success by reading some of my case results. If you have been arrested, work with an attorney who can employ unique and effective legal strategies in your case. Contact my firm today to request your FREE case consultation!
    • Assault DISMISSED

      The client was involved in an altercation with another individual due to personal differences. The fight resulted in the other person’s nose being broken. Our office believed this was done in self-defense and we requested a jury trial. On the day of trial the District Attorney’s Office changed their point of view. All charges were dropped.

    • Assault NOT GUILTY

      Client was wrongfully accused of assaulting his ex-wife. The case was set for trial and the jury agreed that the alleged victim had brought false allegations for personal gain. The jury found the client not guilty.

    • Assault DISMISSED

      Client accused of using stun gun on the ex-boyfriend of one of her friends, case dismissed on day of trial.

    • Assault Family Violence NOT GUILTY

      Client was accused of hitting his girlfriend, at trial we were able to establish that this was a lie and our client was the one that was actually assaulted that night. Jury returned verdict of not guilty.

    • Assault Family Violence NOT GUILTY

      Client was wrongfully accused of attacking his wife. The case went to trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Burglary of a Habitation DISMISSED

      Client was accused of burglarizing homes, was arrested and held in jail for almost a year awaiting trial. Realizing they could not prove the case in a court of law, the week before trial the District Attorney’s Office dismissed all charges.

    • Burglary of a Habitation DISMISSED

      Client was caught selling drugs to an undercover police officer and was facing up to life in prison. Our office believed the charges were false and we set the case for trial. With the jury waiting in the hall, the District Attorney’s Office realized they could not prove the case. All charges were promptly dismissed.

    • Criminal Trespass DISMISSED

      Client was accused of trespassing. We disagreed and the case was set for trial. The District Attorney’s Office agreed with us and all charges were dismissed.

    • Driving Under the Influence (DUI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was contacted by police after having an accident and officer believed she was intoxicated based on the accident, his observations and the field sobriety tests he performed. Client refused to provide a blood sample. At trial we were able to cross-examine the officer and play his body camera footage for the jury, who returned with a verdict of not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. Client failed all field sobriety tests and was arrested. The case went to trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. Client was subsequently arrested and taken to jail where the client had a Breath Alcohol Content of 0.14. The case went to trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) DISMISSED

      Client struck a parked car and was subsequently arrested and taken to jail where the client had a Breath Alcohol Content of 0.22. After a hearing in front of the judge, the police were found to have violated the client’s rights. All charges were dismissed.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was arrested and charged by the police for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Our office was able to successfully negotiate with the District Attorney’s Office. All charges were dismissed.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was arrested leaving a club. Client failed all field sobriety tests, was belligerent with the police, and refused to submit to a breath test. The case went to trial and the jury agreed with us. The client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client is a businessman in Dallas and had been at the ballpark in Arlington. On the way home the client was arrested by the Dallas Police Department for DWI. The case went to trial and the jury found the client not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) DISMISSED

      Client struck a curb and blew a tire. The police stopped him as he was pulling off the road to address the flat tire. Client was investigated for driving while intoxicated at this time and subsequently arrested for DWI. The client failed all field sobriety tests and the breath test was twice the legal limit (0.16). After a hearing in front of the judge, we were able to establish that the police violated the client’s 4th Constitutional Right. All the evidence was thrown out of court and the charges dismissed.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client is a well-respected medical doctor in Louisiana who was visiting on business. Client was involved in a car crash and the police responded. Client failed all the field sobriety tests and was arrested. Despite overwhelming evidence, the case went to trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was arrested after leaving a nightclub. Client failed all the field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample. The case went to trial and the jury was not convinced the client was intoxicated. After less than twenty minutes of deliberation the jury found the client not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client had a car accident and was rushed to the hospital. While there cocaine was found in the client’s blood. A DWI was filed and the case was set for a trial. At trial the client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client had been drinking with friends at various bars and club and on the way home was stopped by the police. Client failed all field sobriety tests and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). The case went to trial and the jury found the client not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. Client smelled of alcohol and refused to cooperate with the police. The case went to trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT BILLED

      Client was stopped by the police for weaving on the roadway and speeding. Client failed all field sobriety tests and a blood test showed narcotics to be in the client’s system. Client was arrested for the third time for DWI. The case was no billed by the Grand Jury.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was found passed out in driver seat of her car in parking lot she informed the officers she was locked out of her apartment and was waiting on boyfriend to get home with the keys. Officers pulled her out of the car and had her perform sobriety tests, which she failed. She was then arrested and taken to the hospital where her blood was drawn showing her blood alcohol level at a .235. At trial we were able to establish that there was no evidence she was ever operating her vehicle, which resulted in her being found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was found passed out in his truck in a parking lot with empty beer cans on the ground. After failing all field sobriety test client was arrested and taken to the hospital where a warrant was obtained for his blood, which showed a .226 blood alcohol level. Case was set for trial and client was found not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was found at 3am at an intersection asleep at the wheel. The police officer watched as the light turned green and then red through five cycles without the client moving. The police officer then approached the window and woke the client. The client admitted to drinking and not knowing where he was. He was arrested for DWI. The case was set for trial and the jury found the client not guilty.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client was arrested and charged by the police for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Our office was able to successfully negotiate with the District Attorney’s Office. All charges were dismissed.

    • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) NOT GUILTY

      Client had a car accident and was rushed to the hospital. While there cocaine was found in the client’s blood. A DWI was filed and the case was set for a trial. At trial the client was found not guilty.

    • Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance DISMISSED

      The police arrested client, and cocaine was located in the client’s pocket. Client was facing up to ten years in prison. Despite the drugs being in the client’s pocket, we believed the search was illegal. The judge agreed and the evidence was thrown out of court. Case dismissed.

    • Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police and arrested for outstanding traffic tickets. Police found narcotics in the glove box of the vehicle and client was charged with felony drug possession. Facing up to two years in prison, the case was set for trial. The client was found not guilty.

    • Felony Theft NO BILLED

      Client was accused of stealing a car. The client hired us to help ensure his freedom. Our office prepared a presentation for the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury agreed with our interpretation of the facts and refused to file criminal charges.

    • Hindering the Apprehension of a Felon REDUCED

      Client was arrested for aiding a fugitive. The case was dropped to a misdemeanor and the client received deferred probation. Upon completion of probation the charges will be dismissed. The client was originally facing prison and a felony conviction.

    • Hit and Run NOT GUILTY

      Client accused of hitting a car and fleeing the scene, she was later pulled over by police and arrested. Client agreed to take case to trial where jury returned a quick verdict of not guilty.

    • Indecent Exposure DISMISSED

      Client was wrongfully accused of indecent exposure. Our office was able to get all the charges dismissed.

    • Injury to a Child NOT GUILTY

      Client was charged with child abuse. Investigation by our office let to additional evidence being discovered. The case was presented to the Grand Jury and no billed.

    • Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client was arrested for Possession of Marijuana inside his home. Investigative efforts by our office resulted in the location of new evidence. This was brought to the attention of the District Attorney’s Office and all charges were dropped.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance DISMISSED

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. Illegal drugs were found in the client’s car. Facing up to ten (10) years in prison the client hired our office. After a hearing in front of the judge all charges were dismissed.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police on a traffic violation. The police searched his vehicle and inside found various narcotics. Due to the quantity of drugs found, the client was arrested and charged with felony drug possession. The client was facing a prison sentence due to the quantity of drugs located inside his car. The case was set for trial and the jury found him not guilty on all counts.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police on a traffic violation. The police searched his vehicle and inside found various narcotics. Due to the quantity of drugs found, the client was arrested and charged with felony drug possession. The client was facing a prison sentence due to the quantity of drugs located inside his car. The case was set for trial and the jury found him not guilty on all counts.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance NOT GUILTY

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. The police ultimately found a bag of cocaine in the client’s front pocket. The client was facing up to ten (10) years in prison for felony drug possession. After a hearing in front of the judge, it was determined that the police officer performed an illegal search and all charges were dismissed.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance NO BILLED

      Client was found in possession of illegal narcotics. The case was presented to the Grand Jury who refused to indict the case.

    • Possession of a Controlled Substance DISMISSED

      Client was stopped by the police for speeding. The police ultimately found a bag of cocaine in the client’s front pocket. The client was facing up to ten (10) years in prison for felony drug possession. After a hearing in front of the judge, it was determined that the police officer performed an illegal search and all charges were dismissed.

    • Possession of a Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client was charged with possession of marijuana. My client was innocent so the case was set for trial. On the day of trial the State’s Prosecutors dismissed all charges.

    • Possession of Child Pornography DISMISSED

      Client was facing up to 10 years in prison. Despite the fact that images were found on the client’s computer our office was able to utilize our own investigators and forensic computer experts to prove the client was innocent. All charges were dismissed.

    • Possession of Marijuana NOT GUILTY

      Police were called when neighbor reported “suspicious” people hanging out on his street, a bag of marijuana was found on the ground after police arrived and client was charged with possession. At trial we were able to prove that the marijuana was never in our clients possession and was found not guilty.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client was arrested and marijuana found in her purse. After a hearing in front of the judge, the search of the client’s purse was found to be illegal. All charges were dropped.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client is a member of the United States Marine Corps. On leave from the military, the client was arrested for drug possession. With his military career on the line, our office convinced the prosecutors to dismiss the charge.

    • Possession of Marijuana REDUCED

      Client was arrested by the police for drug possession. Client admitted to owning the marijuana and took full responsibility. Despite the confession, our office was able to negotiate a reduced charge that will not affect the client’s permanent criminal record.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client was stopped by the police and drugs were found in his pocket. Our office immediately recognized that the police officer conducted an illegal traffic stop of the client. A hearing in front of the judge resulted in all the evidence being thrown out of court and all charges were dropped. Case dismissed.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client contacted by officer while in his vehicle in an apartment parking lot, office smelled marijuana and asked for consent to search vehicle. Client agreed and admitted to having marijuana and told officer where it was located. After negotiation with prosecutor they agreed that if client did some community service they would dismiss the case.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client is a member of the United States Marine Corps. On leave from the military, the client was arrested for drug possession. With his military career on the line, our office convinced the prosecutors to dismiss the charge.

    • Possession of Marijuana NOT GUILTY

      Client, an 18 year old high school senior, was pulled over by police. Marijuana was found in the client’s car. The case was set for trial and the client was found not guilty.

    • Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED

      Client was arrested for Possession of Marijuana inside his home. Investigative efforts by our office resulted in the location of new evidence. This was brought to the attention of the District Attorney’s Office and all charges were dropped.

    • Sexual Assault REDUCED

      Client was falsely accused of rape and facing up to twenty years in prison. Our office was able to successfully negotiate with the District Attorney’s Office and the charges were reduced to a misdemeanor offense.

    • Sexual Assault of a Child NO BILL

      Client was falsely accused of having an improper relationship with a minor. Our office made a presentation to the Grand Jury who then refused to indict the client.

    • Terroristic Threat DISMISSED

      Client charged with threatening bank teller, after speaking with prosecutor and providing information case was dismissed.

    • Theft DISMISSED

      Client was caught stealing merchandise from the mall. We believed the theft accusation was a misunderstanding and we put forth evidence to the District Attorney’s office. The DA’s Office agreed and all charges were dismissed.

    • Trafficking Methamphetamine and Cocaine DISMISSED

      Client charged with trafficking significant amount of drugs with a potential sentence of life in prison. Case was ultimately dismissed after intense discussions with the prosecution about their case.