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When we finally secured copies of the photo-spread, video, and the police phone recording with my client, it was clear that the state could not identify my client.
Client volunteered to fight fires in Magnolia and purchased fire gear from a firefighter. After client was done volunteering, he sold the gear and was later arrested for selling stolen property. Ridiculous.
After neighbors were evicted, my client (a Korean War vet) pulled the rod iron gate that was falling down into his own backyard with the help of another neighbor. Only after we showed the prosecution the letter that my client had left the neighbor stating that the gate was in my client’s back yard and to come pick it up, did the case get dismissed. Again – ridiculous! (this is one that I bring up when people ask me how I defend criminals)
Two charges of felony theft trial to a jury. The judge ruled in our favor and granted a “Not Guilty” verdict on one charge and granted a mistrial on the second charge when the jury could not reach a unanimous decision.
We showed that my client had not stolen any property and that this was a situation that was essentially a business transaction gone bad and that my client had no intention of stealing any property that he was using.
State did not have evidence to go forward with trial.
Client charged with theft of livestock. Our evidence showed that client had not stolen anything, but was simply taking care of a wandering animal.
Defendant on probation in Harris County and allowed to successfully complete probation in Harris County after paying restitution to the alleged victim.
Our investigation showed that the situation was actually business dealings gone bad. Client allowed to correct the situation.
Evidence presented to prosecutors that client had permission to enter his friend’s house.
Alleged victim agreed to state dismissing the charges.
Defense investigation shown to prosecution that client’s boyfriend was the true suspect
Client repaid missing money
Evidence presented that client’s friend actually stole the merchandise.
Evidence showed that client was given the property that the witness stated that the client took without permission.