FEDERAL CASES

Atlanta – Northern District of Georgia

  • Conspiracy to Distribute MDMA (‘X’). Client was involved in major distribution network originating from Canada. Client faced 10 years but was given 24 Months Probation and No Jail Time.

Corpus Christi – Western District of Texas

  • Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana, Money Laundering. Client was caught on the United States/Mexican border. Client had made multiple trips to transport and sell marijuana. Client had a network of drivers and vehicles (with secret compartments) to help in this business. Client received 24 months when he was facing 10 years.

Dallas – Northern District of Texas

  • Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. Possession of a Controlled Substance. Gun and Crack Cocaine .Motion to Suppress Granted.

 

  • Conspiracy to Distribute. 300 Kilos of Cocaine. Jury Trial. Jury found Client guilty of a Significantly Lesser Offense (“lesser included”) and received 5 years compared to the co-defendant who received life in prison.

 

  • Conspiracy to Distribute (Marijuana and Cocaine). $9,000,000 and 3,000 pounds of marijuana. Client caught with money on two separate occasions but received a Reduced Charge of Money Laundering and 10 years. Client avoided a 20 year mandatory minimum sentence.

 

  • Wire Fraud (Insurance). Client was involved with insurance scam and admitted his involvement to IRS and Postal Service agents before hiring Attorney. Client was looking at 10 years but received a Split Sentence involving six months of jail time and probation.

Detroit – Eastern District of Michigan

  • Conspiracy to Distribute Heroin. Client worked with individuals in Texas, Arkansas, Michigan and Canada in delivering, selling and transporting drugs via airplane. Client received 65 months when multiple co-defendants received 12, 13, 15 and 20 years.

El Paso – Western District of Texas

  • Money Laundering, Wire Fraud. Charges Never Filed on Client.

Houston – Southern District of Texas

  • Computer Fraud (“Hacking”). Client hacked into the Texas A&M University computer system. Client received six months incarceration although he faced 5 years.

Lubbock – Northern District of Texas

  • Health Care Fraud. Client faced 10 year sentence but received 36 months.

Plano – Northern District of Texas

  • Conspiracy to Distribute Over 1000 Kilos of Marijuana. Client received a below mandatory minimum sentence.

San Antonio – Western District of Texas

  • Conspiracy to Distribute. 20 Kilos of Cocaine. Motion to Suppress Granted.

Sherman – Eastern District of Texas

  • Conspiracy to Distribute MDMA (‘X’). Methamphetamine and Marijuana. Client helped arranged transportation from Texas to Pennsylvania and then to California. Client was facing 20 years but was given 47 months.

 

  • Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine. Client delivered, sold and transported multiple quantities of cocaine to Mississippi and Georgia. Client only received 7 years when multiple co-defendants received 17, 23 and 25 years.

More Federal Cases

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute (Cocaine over 5 Kilos). 12 months and 1 day (Client looking at a minimum of 5 years in prison).

 

  • Distribution of Marijuana. 180 days. (Client looking at a minimum of 5 years in prison).

 

  • Money Laundering and Income Tax Evasion. 4 years probation.

 

  • Income Tax Evasion and Wire Fraud. 12 months and 1 day.

Collin County Cases

  • Possession of Marijuana (50 – 2000 pounds). Jury Trial. Guilty of Lesser Misdemeanor (under 4 ounces – Probation). Client was arrested based on a setup by a snitch working for the Plano Police. Client’s new Lexus was also seized. The jury disliked the officers and snitch and found Client only guilty of a misdemeanor. The verdict also allowed Client to recover her Lexus with costs.

 

  • Possession of Controlled Substance (Cocaine). Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill.

 

  • Theft over $1,500. Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill.

 

  • Possession of Over 50 lbs of Marijuana. Suppression Granted due to Illegal Search. Case Dismissed.

Dallas County Cases

  • Sexual Assault. No BILL. Grand Jury. Client met female on a web site and had consensual sex with her. Thereafter, she falsified a claim and demanded money for a dismissal. Her actions were recorded and presented to the DA’s Office and the Grand Jury.

 

  • Aggravated Sexual Assault with a Deadly Weapon.Dismissed. Pre Trial. Client charged with using a gun to commit various sexual assaults on a female victim. District Attorney’s Office dismissed case at pretrial hearing where alleged victim was caught lying under oath during cross-examination by Attorney.

 

  • Possession with Intent to Deliver (Cocaine).Dismissed. Motion to Suppress. Client charged with possessing two kilos of cocaine. A preliminary hearing was conducted and Attorney showed that the law was not followed.

 

  • Possession with Intent to Deliver (Cocaine) with a Deadly Weapon. Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was in an alleged drug house with multiple weapons and children. A search warrant was executed on the residence. Attorney convinced jury that police had the wrong man.

 

  • Possession with Intent to Deliver (Methamphetamine). Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was arrested in a reversal/sting. Attorney convinced jury that police were unjustified in arresting client.

 

  • Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child (x3). Jury Trial. Two Not Guilty Verdicts & One Hung Jury Verdict. State submitted video of children before the jury as evidence. Attorney convinced jury that children had been ‘coached’ by mother to lie.

 

  • Perjury, False Report. Police Officer. Jury Trial. Guilty (Probation). Police officer charged in Dallas fake drug scandal and received probation. Client walked out of the Dallas County courthouse with Attorney that day.

 

  • Murder. Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill. Client was a martial artist and killed another man in a fight. Attorney and his investigator conducted their own investigation contradicting the Dallas Police Department’s review.

 

  • Possession of Controlled Substance (Heroin). Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill.

 

  • Manslaughter. Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill. Client ran over a pedestrian. Attorney and his investigator conducted their own investigation contradicting the Irving Police Department’s review. Tire marks confirmed the accuracy of Attorney’s position.

 

  • Unlawfully Carrying a Firearm at an Airport. Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill. Client was a Green Beret in Vietnam.

 

  • Unlawfully Carrying a Firearm at an Airport. Grand Jury Presentation. No Bill. Client was a country and western singer.

 

  • Prostitution. Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client worked as a topless dancer. Undercover cops conducted a sting while consuming alcohol and observing semi-naked females for over two hours. Jury found not guilty in 10 minutes and then issued a statement saying it was, “ridiculous” for the Dallas Police Department to pursue these types of cases.

 

  • Theft. Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client worked at a high-end store and was caught with some items in her purse. Jury believed that Client forgot they were there.

 

  • Possession of Over 5 lbs of Marijuana. Suppression Granted due to Improper Search Warrant. Case Dismissed.

 

  • Possession with Intent to Deliver over 400 grams of Cocaine with 5 Firearms. Suppression Granted due to Improper Search Warrant. Case Dismissed.

 

  • Murder. Self Defense with Grand Jury Presentation. No-Billed.

Ellis County Cases

  • Aggravated Kidnapping and Sexual Assault. Four Not Guilty Verdicts.

Harris County Cases

  • Alleged felony assault involving an actress on the Housewives of Beverly Hills. No Bill.

McClendon County Cases

  • Murder (x3). Jury Trial. Guilty of Lesser Offense of Manslaughter (Three years). Client killed three people. The State offered 50 years. The case received local press. Additionally, the jury trial became extremely contentious between the parties and the judge. Attorney used this fact to his client’s benefit and convinced the jury to find client only guilty of a lesser offense. Client was not eligible for probation and only received three years incarceration.

Rockwall County Cases

  • MTS Granted. Client was stopped and a consensual search was conducted. 200 grams of cocaine were discovered. Attorney convinced the DA’s Office that the search was illegal and that the consent was improperly given.

Swisher County Cases

  • Perjury (x3). Police Officer. Jury Trial. One Not GuiltyOne Dismissal and One Guilty (Probation). Attorney represented the Tulia narcotics Police officer charged with falsely arresting a number of minority ‘drug dealers’. This case garnered local, state and national attention and was featured on 60 Minutes. Additionally, this case was moved and tried in Lubbock, Texas to a jury. Client was only found Guilty of one charge and was given probation by the Jury immediately thereafter. Client walked out of the Lubbock County courthouse with Attorney that day.

Tarrant County Cases

  • Indecency with a Child. Jury Trial – Not Guilty. Client charged with male on male contact.

 

  • Aggravated Robbery / Aggravated Kidnapping. Jury Trial – Guilty (Probation). Client charged with a home invasion robbery at gunpoint. Two co-defendants (who had pled to penitentiary time) testified against Client. Client was given probation and walked out of the Tarrant County courthouse with Attorney that day.

Collin County DWI Cases

  • Jury Trial. Breath Test .11. Not Guilty. Client refused all field tests but took the breath test.

 

  • Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was in a bikini when arrested.

Dallas County DWI Cases

  • Jury Trial. NOT GUILTY. Client was belligerent and used foul language to officers. Jury found client not guilty in five minutes.

 

  • Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was a doctor who was involved in a two – car accident.

 

  • Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was a former NFL football player.

 

  • Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was a pilot.

 

  • Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was speeding 90 mph when stopped and thereafter arrested.

 

  • Jury Trial. Breath Test .15. Not Guilty. Client looked good on the tape notwithstanding the high score.

Tarrant County DWI Cases

  • DWI 2nd. Jury Trial. Not Guilty. Client was facing significant jail time and loss of stockbroker license as the alleged DWI 2nd offense occurred during the probationary period of the DWI 1st offense.

More State Cases

  • DWI. 90 mph in a 40 mph. Reduced to Lesser Charge of Obstruction.

 

  • DWI. Reduced to Lesser Charge of Obstruction.

 

  • DWI. Dismissed.

 

  • DWI. 0.18 Blood Test Suppressed. Dismissed.

 

  • DWI. Not Guilty by Judge.

 

  • DWI 2nd. Car wreck. Not Guilty by Jury.

 

  • DWI 3rd. Reduced to a Lesser Misdemeanor Obstruction.

 

  • DWI. Not Guilty by Judge.

 

  • DWI. 0.17 Blood Test Suppressed. Reduced to Lesser Charge of Obstruction.