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Case Results

We take great pride in achieving successful results for our clients. The below represents some of our recent client victories. It is not a complete list of success stories.

Continuous Sexual Abuse of Child

Not guilty of all charges by Jury

Potential Sentence: Life in prison

Summary: Client’s teenage step-daughter retaliated against him because he was too strict. Falsely alleged molestation.

Aggravated Sexual Assault of Child

Not guilty of all charges by Jury

Potential Sentence: Life in prison

Summary: Client and wife took family friend’s daughter to help raise. After she became unmanageable, Client sent her back home. Frustrated, she falsely charged him of sexual abuse.

Indecency With a Child By Sexual Contact

Acquitted By Jury After Proceeding to Trial.

Potential Sentence: up to 20 years in prison and/or fine up to $10,000.

Summary: Client was charged with Indecency With a Child by Sexual Contact in January of 2015 after false accusations were made again him by a family friend’s daughter. The case was set for trial by jury.

Indecency by Contact with a Child

Not guilty of All Charges by Jury

Potential Sentence: 20 years each on 9 Counts

Summary: Client accused by estranged wife of molesting his step-daughter to gain upper hand in divorce

Aggravated Robbery

7 Years Deferred Adjudication. No Jail.

Potential Sentence: up to 99 years in prison and/or fine up to $10,000.

Summary: Client was arrested and charged with Aggravated Robbery in January of 2016 after he was involved in a theft-gone-wrong where a Co-Defendant shot and injured another person. Client was facing up to 99 years in prison, but after negotiations with the prosecutor, a plea agreement was entered that not only kept the client out of prison, but also did not result in a conviction of the alleged offense.

Evading Arrest With a Vehicle

2 Years Deferred Adjudication. No Jail.

Potential Sentence: up to 10 years in prison and/or fine up to $10,000.

Summary: Client was charged with Evading Arrest With a Vehicle in May of 2017 after he did not yield to law enforcement’s request to pull over on his ATV right away. After negotiations with the prosecutor, an agreement was reached, and the client was not required to serve time in prison, but his case was reduced to a misdemeanor charge of Evading Arrest, and he did not receive a conviction for the alleged felony offense

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