State v. T.M - Not Guilty
Our client was charged with DWI in Boerne, TX. She had a clean record and completely maintained her innocence, but the prosecutors refused to dismiss the case. We took it to trial and the jury found her not guilty.
State v. F.N. - Won on Appeal
Our client faced up to life in prison for his 6th DWI in Fredericksburg, TX. We believed his right to a speedy trial had been violated and convinced the judge to dismiss the case. The state appealed the decision but we won that too.
Ex Parte RPGP - Won on Appeal
After our client's DWI was dismissed in Kerrville, TX, the state objected to his expunction. We fought the case all the way to the Texas Supreme Court and won, and convinced the court to expand the right to thousands more Texans.
State v. J.R. - Not Guilty
Our client was charged with assault in Bandera, TX. He said he acted in self-defense and we believed him. We took the case to trial and he was found not guilty.
State v. M.O - Charge Rejected
Our client was arrested for aggravated assault in Kerrville, TX. We acted quickly to investigate, contacted several witnesses, and got their statements. We presented our findings to the prosecutors. They rejected the case and he was never indicted.
State v. R.H. - Dismissed
Our client was charged with possession of marijuana in Kerrville, TX. We pushed the case to trial. On the morning of trial, the state dismissed the case.
State v. J.N. - Won on Appeal
Our client was charged with DWI 3rd or More in Fredericksburg, TX. We filed a motion to suppress, arguing the police could not identify her as the driver. The judge agreed and dismissed the case. The state appealed but we won the appeal as well.
State v. T.R. - Dismissed
Our client was charged with the 1st degree felony of delivery of methamphetamine in Rocksprings, TX. We identified problems with the search warrant and convinced the judge to suppress the most important evidence. The state dismissed the case.
State v. S.B. - Dismissed
Our client was charged with a felony DWI in Kerrville, TX. We scoured the evidence and identified several problems with the case. The state reduced the charge to a misdemeanor, but we did not stop fighting until the case was dismissed.
State v. L.O. - Not Guilty
Our client was charged with DWI as a habitual offender in Kerrville, TX and faced up to life in prison. We had no choice but to take the case to trial. We did just that and won.
State v. J.G. - Dismissed
Our client was charged with DWI 3rd in Fredericksburg, TX. We filed a motion to suppress, arguing the police had no right to stop his car that night. The state dismissed the case before the hearing.
Past results do not constitute a guarantee of results in future matters, and the outcome of future matters cannot be predicted based on past results. The outcome of a particular matter depends on a variety of factors.