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Please review some of our past criminal case results:

  • Sexual assault of a child (State of Texas v. VC) — Dismissed
  • Aggravated sexual assault of a child (State of Texas v. CB) — Dismissed
  • Aggravated robbery (State of Texas v. AR) — First-degree felony drastically reduced to 12.44(a)- county time, 10 months
  • Sexual assault of a child (State of Texas v. AT) — Dismissed
  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (two counts) (State of Texas v. LV) — Both counts dismissed
  • Possession of marijuana (State of Texas v. AF) — Reduced to Class C, $100 fine
  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (State of Texas v. RS) — First-degree felony reduced to misdemeanor
  • Manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone (two cases, both first-degree felonies) (State of Texas v. KM) — Both cases dismissed
  • Possession of marijuana (State of Texas v. CF) — Dismissed
  • Theft (State of Texas v. SD) — Dismissed
  • Assault — family violence (State of Texas v. CT) — Dismissed
  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (State of Texas v. SW) — Dismissed
  • White collar crime — felony (State of Texas v. AL) — Dismissed
  • Felony injury to a child ((State of Texas v. SS) — Reduced to Class B misdemeanor
  • Theft of property $50-$500 (State of Texas v. JL) — Dismissed
  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (State of Texas v. WM) — Dismissed
  • Felony obstruction or retaliation (State of Texas v. TD) — Dismissed
  • Assault — family violence (State of Texas v. CT) — Dismissed
  • Theft of property (State of Texas v. RC) — Dismissed
  • Unlawful carrying of a weapon (State of Texas v. MF) — Dismissed
  • Felony possession of marijuana (State of Texas v. MF) — Dismissed
  • Possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone (State of Texas v. SM) — Dismissed
  • Possession of dangerous drugs (State of Texas v. DM) — Dismissed
  • Possession of a controlled substance/fraudulent prescription (State of Texas v. EB) — Dismissed
  • Robbery (State of Texas v. JM) — Dismissed
  • Manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance (State of Texas v. AM) — First-degree felony reduced
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