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Case Results

From drug crimes to DWI and many other criminal matters, the Galveston attorneys at Zendeh Del & Associates, PLLC work diligently for their clients. Their dedication, client-focus, and experience has resulted in many case successes. While no law firm can guarantee a specific outcome, we present a sample of our results as a testament to our commitment. Read about some of our past cases on this page, then call us at (409) 204-5566 to schedule a free initial case consultation and learn how we may be able to help you.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.G

    C.G was arrested in August of 2017 for DWI on a motorcycle. He allegedly consented to blood which came back at 0.317 (nearly four times the legal limit in Texas).

    We took over this case from another lawyer who wanted C.G. to plead guilty and claimed no one can win a case with a blood result that high. We didn’t allow that to happen.

    Today on the morning of trial C.G.’s case was dismissed. Since his arrest C.G. has sought treatment and is in a better place.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.B.

    K.B. was minding his own business outside of his residence one day when a Galveston Police Department (“GPD”) officer approached K.B. to talk to K.B.

    K.B. did not desire to talk to the officer, and turned around and walked away. The GPD officer grabbed K.B., arrested him, and charged him with evading arrest.

    This firm represented K.B. in the case. K.B.’s case was dismissed before K.B ever even had to appear for court. K.B did no jail time, no probation, paid no fine, and never had to see a jury.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.P.

    C.P. was home late one evening when police came to the door. C.P. allowed the police to search his home. The police officers found cocaine in the living room, and C.P. was arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).

    C.P. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work, saw the faults in the case, and set it for trial.

    Through our zealous representation, we were able to get the Possession of a Controlled Substance case DISMISSED before trial

    C.P. never had to go to trial.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. K.S.

    K.S. was driving home one evening when K.S. was pulled over by a police officer for speeding. The police officer thought K.S. was under the influence, so he called for backup. K.S. was questioned by two officers, who were of the opinion that K.S. was driving under the influence.

    The two officers called for backup from a Texas State Trooper. The trooper arrived and performed field sobriety tests on K.S. The trooper believed that, based on his observations, K.S. was under the influence.

    K.S. was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated (Second Offense) in Galveston County, Texas. While in custody, K.S. provided a voluntary breath sample that was over the legal limit.

    K.S. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work.

    Through our zealous representation, we were able to get the DWI case reduced to an obstruction of a highway charge (an offense committed if a person obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access, or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances, regardless of the means of creating the obstruction and whether the obstruction arises from his acts alone or from his acts and the acts of others).

    K.S. never had to go to trial, never saw a jury, and her driver’s license was not suspended.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. CM

    CM was driving down the road on a sunny weekend day when he rear-ended another vehicle. The other vehicle’s driver and passenger called the police and reported that CM was intoxicated and just caused an accident.

    Police rushed the scene and, without getting CM’s side of the story, immediately began performing field sobriety tests on CM.

    The police officer, who was young and new, performed only one of the three standard field sobriety tests and arrested CM for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) in Galveston County.

    CM bonded out and hired our firm to represent him on the Galveston County Driving While Intoxicated case.

    We immediately got to work by requesting the dashcam arrest video, talking to witnesses, and reviewing the police report. Upon reviewing the police report, our office found fatal errors in the police officer’s report. Specifically, the Galveston police officer stated that he performed all three of the standard field sobriety tests and that CM showed signs of intoxication in all three tests. However, the arrest video clearly showed that the police officer only performed one test.

    Armed with this ammunition, our firm negotiated a reduction of the driving while intoxicated case. CM pleaded “no contest” to reckless driving and received six months of deferred adjudication with no community service. If CM completes his six months of probation then CM will never be found guiltily of any crime and will be eligible to have the arrest and charges removed completely from his record.  Additionally, CM will never lose his driver’s license.

  • Case Dismissed
    Marijuana Possession

    Client was pulled over one day for a defective license plate light. The officer smelled “burned marijuana” on the suspect. The officer called for a drug dog who found the drugs in the vehicle.

    Client admitted to the officer that the drugs in the car were his and that he was smoking the marijuana shortly before the stop.

    Client was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

    Client retained our office on the marijuana case and we got to work. Through our diligent representation, we were able to get the case DISMISSED.

    Client never spent a day in jail, paid no fine, did no probation, and never had to see a jury. Additionally, Client’s driver’s license was not suspended for the drug-related offense.

  • Case Reduced & Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C.

    J.C. was pulled over by a Texas State Trooper one night in Galveston County for speeding on the highway. J.C., under 21 years old at the time, admitted to the trooper that he had consumed a number of beers and smoked marijuana prior to driving.

    J.C. performed standard field sobriety tests (SFST) and submitted to a breath sample that was over the legal limit. J.C. was arrested for DWI, and during a search incident to a lawful arrest, the trooper found marijuana in J.C.’s vehicle. J.C. was arrested and booked for DWI and possession of marijuana.

    J.C. bonded out and attended court a few times without a lawyer. Getting nowhere and making no progress with this case, J.C. reset his case to hire a lawyer.

    J.C. hired our Galveston County DWI Lawyers to represent him in the two cases. We immediately requested the dashcam arrest video from the Galveston County Criminal District Attorney’s Office and got to work on his case.

    Through our firm’s diligent representation of J.C., we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED and got the DWI case reduced to an Obstruction of a Highway charge with a fine only. J.C. did no jail time, no probation, and never had to see a jury.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.E.
    Client E.E. was charged with theft in Galveston County, Texas. E.E. came to Zendeh Del & Associates, PLLC seeking representation the theft case. E.E. was alleged to have stolen certain good(s) ?from a popular retail store. Through Zendeh Del & Associates, PLLC’s diligent representation, the case was dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.B.

    A.B. was driving in Galveston County one day when an officer stopped A.B’s car because his inspection sticker was expired. For no reason, the officer asked for permission to search A.B.’s vehicle and A.B. granted permission. The officer found marijuana in the vehicle and arrested A.B. for possession of marijuana in Galveston County.

    A.B. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

    Under Texas law, a person commits the offense of possession of marijuana if he or she knowingly or intentionally possesses a useable quantity of marijuana.

    A.B. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work.

    Through our representation, we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED.

    A.B. never had to sit for a trial, did no probation, did no jail time, and did not lose his driver’s license. The case was dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.A.

    R.A. was driving in Galveston County one day when he was stopped for a traffic violation. The officer claimed to have smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, and R.A. was asked to exit his car. The officer asked for permission to search R.A.’s vehicle and R.A. granted permission. The officer found marijuana in the vehicle and arrested R.A. for possession of marijuana in Galveston County.

    R.A. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

    Under Texas law, a person commits the offense of possession of marijuana if he or she knowingly or intentionally possesses a useable quantity of marijuana.

    R.A. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work.

    Through our representation, we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED on the first court setting

    R.A. never had to sit for a trial, did no probation, did no jail time, and did not lose his driver’s license. The case was dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.M.

    J.M. was driving in Galveston County late one night when she allegedly caused a head-on collision with another vehicle, allegedly causing substantial damage to both vehicles. J.M. allegedly fled the scene and left her wrecked vehicle on the road.

    The driver of the other vehicle called the police, and the police quickly arrived on the scene. The police searched J.M.’s vehicle where they found her purse, with her driver’s license, and went to J.M.’s home to arrest her for misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated in Galveston County (“DWI”). The police entered J.M.’s home without a warrant and allegedly found J.M. hiding upstairs.

    J.M. was taken back to the accident scene where she allegedly performed horribly on all three standardized field sobriety tests. J.M. was arrested and a search warrant for her blood was obtained. J.M. was taken to the hospital and her blood was drawn against her will. J.M.’s blood came back over twice the legal limit.

    J.M. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation for what she thought was going to be a losing battle. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos and audio recordings from police cars on the scene, but the district attorney was unable to produce them. After analyzing J.M.’s story and the officers’ statements and claims, we began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. We saw the weaknesses in the state’s DWI case and set it for trial.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the district attorney dismissed the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case.

    J.M. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, her driver’s license will NOT be suspended, she did no probation, and she did no community service. Additionally, J.M. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.S.

    R.S. was driving in Galveston County late one night when he was pulled over for speeding. The officer approached his vehicle claimed to have smelled a “strong odor of alcohol” emitting from R.S.’s breath. The officer ordered R.S. to exit the vehicle and attempted to perform field sobriety tests on him. R.S. was then arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas.

    R.S. was booked at the Galveston County jail, bonded out and called our office for representation.

    We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos and audio recordings from the police car on the scene. After analyzing R.S.’s story, the officers’ statements, the officer’s actions, and R.S.’s actions, we began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. We saw the weaknesses in the state’s DWI case and set it for trial.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to speeding (a class c misdemeanor. We negotiated a deal where R.S. pleaded no contest to the speeding charge and received one-day deferred adjudication on the speeding arrest. The case has subsequently been dismissed.

    R.S. served no additional jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will NOT be suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.S. never had to sit for a trial. R.S. was not convicted of any offense.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. A.I.

    A.I. was driving late one night when he allegedly caused his vehicle to leave the road and drive into a state building. A.I. allegedly caused significant damage to the state’s property and totaled his vehicle. Police quickly arrived on the scene and A.I. was accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

    A.I. was visually intoxicated and was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas. A.I. was booked at the Galveston County jail. A.I. bonded out and called our office for representation.

    We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos from all of the police cars on the scene. After analyzing A.I.’s story, the officers’ statements, the witness statements, the officer’s actions, and A.I.’s actions, we began poking holes in the state’s DWI case.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to “obstruction of a sidewalk.”

    A.I. took the deal. A.I. served no additional jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will be suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, A.I. was never charged with the accident. A.I. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    Marijuana Possession

    S.B. was driving in Galveston County one evening when a Galveston police officer stopped him for speeding. The officer asked for permission to search S.B.’s vehicle, and S.B. refused to grant permission. The officer called for a drug dog to come to the scene. The dog “alerted” to the trunk, and the officer searched the trunk where he found marijuana.

    S.B. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana in Galveston County, Texas.

    S.B. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work.

    Through our zealous representation, we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED.

    S.B. never had to sit for a trial, did no probation, no jail time, and did not lose his driver’s license. The case was dismissed.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. L.C.

    L.C. was driving one day when he allegedly caused an accident with two other vehicles and allegedly fled the scene. The police found L.C. driving, noticed the damage to his vehicle, and pulled him over. L.C. was accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

    L.C. performed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas.

    Our firm was appointed by the court to represent L.C., and we promptly got to work. We requested and reviewed the dashcam videos and police report, immediately poked holes in the state’s case, and set the case for trial.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to “obstruction of a highway” (an offense committed when a person obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances).

    L.C. took the deal. L.C. paid no fine, served no additional jail time, did no probation, does not have a DWI conviction, and his driver’s license will not be suspended. Additionally, L.C. was never charged with the hit-and-run accident. L.C. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. J.W.

    J.W. was driving one day when he allegedly caused his vehicle to leave the road and drive into a portion of a home. The police quickly arrived on the scene and J.W. was accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

    J.W. performed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas. J.W. also consented to give a sample of his breath. J.W.’s breath result was .301, which is nearly four times the legal limit of .08 in Texas. J.W. was booked in the Galveston County jail. J.W. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation.

    We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos from all of the police cars on the scene. After analyzing the officers’ actions, we began poking holes in the state’s DWI case.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to “obstruction of a highway” (an offense committed when a person obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances).

    J.W. took the deal. J.W. served no additional jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, and his driver’s license will not be suspended. Additionally, J.W. was never charged with the accident. J.W. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Reduced
    State of Texas v. S.W.

    S.W. was driving one day when he allegedly caused a head-on collision accident with another vehicle that resulted in sending the driver and passenger of the other vehicle to the hospital.  The police quickly arrived on the scene and S.W. was accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

    S.W. performed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas.  S.W. also consented to a blood draw.  S.W.’s blood result came back to show that S.W. was operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .223, which is nearly three times the legal limit of .08 in Texas.  S.W. was booked in the Galveston County jail.  S.W. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation.

    We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos from the three police cars that were on the scene, but the state was unable to produce any videos showing the arrest.  We set the case for trial.

    Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to “obstruction of a highway” (an offense committed when a person obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances).

    S.W.  took the deal. S.W. served no additional jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, and his driver’s license will not be suspended. Additionally, S.W. was never charged with the accidents. S.W. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.R.

    Defendant was arrested by Galveston County Sheriff’s Office for deadly conduct. Defendant allegedly pulled a gun on her ex because complainant had entered onto defendants property without her permission. We raised self-defense in this case. Case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. H.C

    Defendant was arrested for DWI-2nd by Friendswood Police Department after being pulled over for swerving. Defendant showed 4 out of 6 clues on the HGN test, 4 out of 6 clues walk and turn test, and 2 out of 4 clues on the one leg stand test during the standardized field sobriety test. Case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.G.

    Defendant was arrested by Galveston Police Department for duty on striking unattended vehicle. Defendant allegedly collided with and damaged an unattended vehicle and left the scene without locating the owner or providing his information to the owner of the vehicle. Case Dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.H.

    Defendant was arrested for solicitation of prostitution. Defendant allegedly entered into a spa and offered money in exchange for sexual favors. He was arrested by an undercover vice division agent. Case dismissed.

  • $11,820,000 Verdict
    WARN Act Case

    Employees fired when not given proper notice.

    Settled for $11,820,000

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. P.J.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly stole a vacuum and other miscellaneous groceries from store

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.C.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly stole food from Walmart

  • Cases Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.B.
    Defendant was arrested by League City Police Department for POCS and UCW after being pulled over for a traffic violation. The officer saw the defendant try to stuff a plastic bag between the seats that was originally in her pocket. Defendant allegedly had in her possession methamphetamine and marijuana.  Defendant was asked to step out of the vehicle. Defendant then informed the officer that she had in her possession a pistol and shotgun. All cases were dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.C.

    L.C. was driving one day, allegedly under the influence of alcohol.

    L.C. was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. The officer did not request field sobriety tests or a breath test at the scene.

    L.C. was taken to the police station where he allegedly performed poorly on field sobriety tests and allegedly provided a breath test that was approximately three times the legal limit.

    L.C. was charged with DWI with a breath concentration greater than .15, which was a Class A Misdemeanor in Texas bearing punishment of up to one year in the county jail and up to a $4,000 fine.

    L.C. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested videos from the police department within a week of L.C.’s arrest, but the police department did not produce them. We went to court for almost an entire year, and the ADA could not get the videos. We later found out that, despite our office’s timely request for production, the videos were destroyed by the police department.

    We argued that L.C.’s constitutional rights were violated because of the police department’s failure to preserve and produce the videos, especially considering the fact that they received notice of our office’s request for preservation and production within a week of L.C.’s arrest.

    Through our aggressive representation of L.C. we were successful in having all charges dismissed.

    L.C. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license was not suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. L.C. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.P.

    D.P. was driving one day in Galveston County when he allegedly caused a minor traffic accident. D.P. left his name and insurance information and left the scene. Approximately 45 minutes later police arrived at D.P.’s house, where D.P. was found sleeping. The officers had the audacity to pull D.P. out of bed and demand that he performed field sobriety tests on his front yard.

    D.P. allegedly performed poorly on the field sobriety tests, allegedly had difficulty standing, and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated in Galveston County(“DWI”).

    D.P. was charged with DWI, which was a Class B Misdemeanor in Texas bearing punishment of up to six months in the county jail and up to a $2,000 fine.

    D.P. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We began poking holes in the state’s DWI case and were set to fight it to the end.

    We argued a very lengthy Motion to Suppress on the case (a motion wherein we argued that D.P. was illegally arrested), and the judge saw the truth. The judge ruled that there was no probable cause to arrest D.P. Thank you, judge for seeing the truth and following the law.

    Through our aggressive representation of D.P. we were successful in having all charges dismissed.

    D.P. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license was not suspended as a result of the DWI case, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, D.P. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.P.

    R.P. was driving late one night when he was allegedly clocked driving twenty miles per hour over the speed limit.

    The police officer pulled over R.P., who submitted to standardized field sobriety tests.

    R.P. allegedly performed poorly on the field sobriety tests and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”).

    Once at the police station, R.P. submitted to a breath sample, which registered nearly three times the legal limit. R.P.’s case was accepted by the district attorney, and R.P. was charged with DWI with BAC > .15, which is a Class A Misdemeanor in Texas bearing punishment of up to one year in the county jail and up to a $4,000 fine.

    R.P. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We began poking holes in the state’s DWI case.  We were set to fight it to the end.

    Through our aggressive representation of R.P., we were successful in having all charges dismissed.

    R.P. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will NOT be suspended as a result of the DWI case, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.P. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.F.

    R.F. was driving in Galveston County late one night when he allegedly caused a collision with another vehicle, allegedly causing damage to the other vehicle. R.F. allegedly fled the scene in his vehicle.

    The driver of the other vehicle called the police and allegedly followed R.F as R.F allegedly drove down the road. The police allegedly caught up with R.F and pulled him over. R.F. was allegedly intoxicated and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”).

    R.F. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation for what he thought was going to be an uphill battle. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. We saw the weaknesses in the state’s DWI case.

    After fighting the case for nearly two years, the district attorney dismissed the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case.

    R.F. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will NOT be suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.F. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.H.

    J.H. was driving in Galveston County one evening when a Texas State Trooper pulled him over for speeding. The trooper claimed he could smell “the odor of burnt marijuana” as he approached J.H.’s vehicle. J.H. admitted to the trooper that he was smoking marijuana in his vehicle prior to being pulled over.

    J.H. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

    J.H. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work.

    Through our zealous representation, we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED.

    J.H. never went to court a single time, and certainly never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.S.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly threatened to murder family member, causing her to have fear of imminent bodily injury

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.L.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly threatened to cause harm/death to victim, causing victim to have fear of imminent bodily injury

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.W.

    Case Dismissed

    Tamper w/ Govt Records -

    Defendant allegedy defrauded marriage license by altering county seal and forged clerks signature
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.T.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly caused damage to unattended vehicle and failed to locate owner to provide information

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. S.W.

    Case Dismissed

    defendant was involved in a "minor sting" through TABC and knowingly sold alcohol to a minor

  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. C.B.

    Case Dismissed.

    Failure to I.D and Intrude on Premises  -

    Located at apartment and officer accused him of not being a resident
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.G.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly failed to remain at the scene of an accident

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.P.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant filed a false police report stating that she was assaulted
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.F.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly defrauded price tag stickers with universal product codes
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.O.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly used victims information to open credit cards and used them to purchase items
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.C.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to a 14 year old by pushing, striking and grabbing her
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.J.

    Case Dismissed

    In possession of Acetaminophen, Hydrocodone and MDMA
  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. K.W.

    Case Dismissed

    Minor in Poss Alcohol and drug paraphernalia - 

    Driving on the beach with friends, stopped for a traffic violation and officer discovered alcohol and D.P.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.G.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant parked vehicle blocking far right lane and refused to move
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.G.

    Case Dismissed

    In possession of 0.06 grams of cocaine after being stopped for traffic violations
  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. J.C.

    Case Dismissed

    In Possession of pipe and grinder
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.P.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly failed to yield for serveral blocks as officer attempted to conduct traffic stop
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.M.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly avoided capture from a police officer by failing to stop her vehicle
  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. J.J.

    Case Dismissed

    minor was in possession of alcohol
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.W.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly evaded arrest after being stopped for traffic violation, fled two miles before crashing and being detained
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.M

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly assaulted fiance and took phone to prevent contact with 911
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.M.

    Case Dismissed

    Rear-ended vehicle then proceeded to leave the scene
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. N.H.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant failed to provide personal information after causing auto accident and left the scene
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. N.M.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly cut boyfriend with a knife while having a physical altercation
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. S.M.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly pushed wife down causing injury to head and body
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. P.P.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly choked wife after coming home from a bar
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.A.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to a family member by striking the victim with his hands.
  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. J.T.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly consuming alcohol on beach while under the legal age limit
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C.

    Case Dismissed

    Allegedly destroyed husband's vehicle by striking and throwing objects at vehicle and windshield
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.J.

    Case Dismissed

    Located at bar and intentionally damaged property by punching a window until it broke
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.K

    Case Dismissed

    Damaged classroom property
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.B.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant was originally banned from Walmart, went into store again and allegedly stole more items
  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. M.G.

    Case Dismissed

    Disorderly Conduct - 

    Urinating in public place
  • Cases Dismissed
    14 Unique DWI Cases

    Cases Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated.

    State of Texas v. J.M.
    State of Texas v. R.P.
    State of Texas v. M.M.
    State of Texas v. C.N.
    State of Texas v. L.R.
    State of Texas v. T.L.
    State of Texas v. R.K.
    State of Texas v. R.T.
    State of Texas v. R.G.
    State of Texas v. M.L.
    State of Texas v. C.C.
    State of Texas v. D.T.
    State of Texas v. C.J.
    State of Texas v. B.S.
  • Cases Dismissed
    15 Unique PI Cases

    Cases Dismissed

    Defendant was allegedly intoxicated in a public space and was a danger to himself or others.

    City of Galveston v. J.M.

    City of Galveston v. G.W.
    City of Galveston v. D.L.
    City of Galveston v. T.K.
    City of Galveston v. T.V.
    City of Galveston v. V.S.
    City of Galveston v S.K.
    City of Galveston v. A.W.
    City of Galveston v. A.W.
    City of Galveston v. M.D.
    City of Galveston v. A.R.
    City of Galveston v. D.B.
    City of Galveston v. B.H.
    City of Galveston v. R.B.
    City of Galveston v. D.F.
  • Cases Dismissed
    13 Unique PI Cases

    Cases Dismissed

    Defendant was allegedly intoxicated in a public space and was a danger to himself or others.

    City of Galveston v. O.H.
    City of Galveston v. S.G.
    City of Galveston v. K.T.
    City of Galveston v. W.C.
    City of Galveston v. D.R.
    City of Galveston v. L.C.
    City of Galveston v. B.C.

    City of Galveston v. D.M.

    City of Galveston v. J.M.
    City of Galveston v. O.J.
    City of Galveston v. C.A.
    City of Galveston v. C.H.
    City of Galveston v. N.K.
    City of Galveston v. V.U.
  • Cases Dismissed
    20 Unique POM Cases

    Cases Dismissed

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less.

    State of Texas v. D.S.
    State of Texas v. S.A.
    State of Texas v. H.C.
    State of Texas v. C.S.
    State of Texas v. J.V.
    State of Texas v. A.A.
    State of Texas v. T.B.
    State of Texas v. D.M.
    State of Texas v. N.O.
    State of Texas v. B.M.
    State of Texas v. D.G.
    State of Texas v. D.E.

    State of Texas v. D.G.

    State of Texas v. J.D.
    State of Texas v. K.L.
    State of Texas v. B.S.
    State of Texas v. M.M.
    State of Texas v. O.W.
    State of Texas v J.M.
    State of Texas v. T.S.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.K.

    Case Dismissed

    In possession of Adderall
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. G.C.

    Case Dismissed

    In possession of 2.90 grams of alprozolam tablets - PG3 Substance
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.G.

    Case Dismissed

    In Possession of Adderall
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.G.

    Case Dismissed

    In possession of 0.08 grams of cocaine

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. S.S.
    Case Dismissed
    Was in possession of alprazolam ( type of xanax ) when pulled over and arrested.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.A.

    Case Dismissed.

    Defendant allegedly resisted arrest by using force against a peace officer after being arrested for public intoxication
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.E.

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana and attempted to avoid capture

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.M.

    Allegedly used force against two peace officers to resist being arrested

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.S.

    Pulled over for speeding, in possession of grinder and <2oz of Marijuana< p>

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. W.O

    In possession of marijuana and pipe after being pulled over for a traffic violation

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.R.

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.J.

    Was in possession of 2 or less grams of marijuana when pulled over for traffic violation

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. D.G.

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana and attempted to avoid capture

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.G.

    Defendant pulled over for multiple traffic violations, officer discovered cocaine in shirt pocket of individual

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    City of Galveston v. D.M.

    Defendant was kicked out of bar and refused to leave the establishment

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. F.R.

    Defendant was in possession of a controlled substance, namely, cocaine

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. V.G.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to victim by striking the victim with his fists

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.S.

    Defendant allegedly hit victim with her hands, causing him injury

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. S.G.

    Allegedly assaulted victim by pushing her down and punching her in the face with a closed fist.

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.D.

    Defendant was involved in a physical altercation that resulted in a fight at a bar

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.S.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to his son by punching him in the stomach

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.P.

    Defendant allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by pulling her hair and striking her with his hands

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.D.

    Defendant allegedly kicked, punched, and bit husband, causing him to contact police

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.A.

    Allegedly assaulted family member by striking her with his hands

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.B.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to girlfriend by striking her with his hands

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.N.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to family member by striking him with his hands

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.T.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to boyfriend by biting him

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.M.

    Defendant allegedly struck victim in the face with his hand multiple times before she contacted the police

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.W.

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to victim by striking him with a belt multiple times

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C.

    Allegedly attacked husband and another family member, left the scene, and was later arrested

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    The State of Texas v. J.S.

    Allegedly assaulted his sister, causing injury to ribs and pushing her to the ground

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. N.H.
    Defendant was arrested by Galveston Police Department for theft of property >=$100<$750. Defendant worked at Target and allegedly made unauthorized transactions, namely, giving patrons discounts without the owners> permission.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. N.K.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to family member by stricking victim with his hands

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.R.

    Case Dismissed.

    DWLI with Previous Conviction

    Defendant was operating vehicle while license was suspended due to a previous conviction
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. G.S.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to boyfriend by striking him with her hands
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.N.

    Case Dismissed.

    Theft Prop 20<500 by check< p>

    Defendant allegedly tried passing a check in the amount of $450 without having the funds available to pay the amount

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.D.

    Case Dismissed.

    DWLI

    Defendant drove vehicle on public street or highway while his license was suspended do to a DWI charge

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.M.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.E.

    Case Dismissed.

    Theft Prop 50<500< p>

    Defendant allegedly stole a cell phone from a Target store

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.B.

    Case Dismissed.

    Resist Arrest Search or Transport

    Defendant allegedly resisted arrest by using force against a peace officer
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.R.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. P.H.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by grabbing and pushing her with his hands
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.G.

    Case Dismissed.

    Tamper Fabricating Physical Evidence

    Defendant intentionally concealed marijuana from an officer

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.V.

    Case Dismissed.

    Criminal Trespass

    Defendant allegedly entered onto an officers property without his consent
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.P.

    Case Dismissed.

    Poss CS PG 1>=1G<4g< p>

    Defendant was in possession of a controlled substance, namely, cocaine

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.H.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.G.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by striking and hitting her with an unknown object

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. Q.C.

    Case Dismissed.

    Evading Arrest Det w/ Veh

    Defendant allegedly avoided capture from a police officer by failing to stop his vehicle
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. S.B.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.S.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by grabbing her with his hands

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.B.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C.

    Case Dismissed.

    Harassment

    Defendant allegedly sent multiple text messages to harass, annoy, alarm, and abuse victim

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.H.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI

    Defendant allegedly struck victim with his hands and feet
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.P.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to the victim by punching and kicking him
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.A.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly struck family member with his hands and flyswatter

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. G.S.

    Case Dismissed.

    ACBI FV

    Defendant allegedly caused injury to girlfriend by pushing her to the ground
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.A.

    Case Dismissed.

    POM

    Defendant was in possession of a usable quantity of marijuana in the amount of two ounces or less
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.T

    In possession of Amphetamine and weapons

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.B.
    Case Dismissed
    In possession of controlled substance, namely, lysergic acid diethylamide in the amount of fewer than 20 abuse units
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.W.
    Case Dismissed
    Defendant was in possession of a controlled substance, namely, a compound that contained Diazepam
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.H.

    Defendant was in possession of a controlled substance and attempted to falsify a drug test for work

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.D.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant pulled over due to visible marijuana in the vehicle, officer discovered three jars of marijuana when searched.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. G.G.

    Defendant was pulled over for speeding, had marijuana visible in center console

    Case Dismissed

  • Cases Dismissed
    5 Unique DWLI Cases

    Cases Dismissed

    Defendant drove vehicle on public street or highway while his license was suspended due to a previous conviction.

    State of Texas v. A.R.

    State of Texas v. C.L.
    State of Texas v. T.G.
    State of Texas v. H.C.
    State of Texas v. C.R.
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.D

    Case Dismissed.

    Unlawful Restraint-

    Allegedly restrained victim against a vehicle
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.C.

    Case Dismissed.

    Unlawful Restraint -

    Allegedly was intoxicated and crashed into wife's vehicle to keep her from leaving
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.G.

    Case Dismissed.

    UCW -

    In possession of firearm while under-age
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.L.

    Case Dismissed.

    Theft Class A $500<$1,500 < p>-

    Defendant allegedly stole computer memory cards and computer hard-drives from Walgreens

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C

    Case Dismissed.

    Theft Class A - 

    Defendant was with two other individuals who were caught stealing items from Bucees
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. P.R.

    Case Dismissed.

    Theft - 

    Caught on camera stealing items from Wal-Mart in the amount of $50 or more but less then $750
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.R.

    Case Dismissed. Theft - 

    Caught stealing items from Target in the amount of $100 or more but less then $750
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.B.

    Case Dismissed Theft - 

    Allegedly stole items from Wal-Mart in the amount of $100 or more but less then $750
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.A.D

    Case Dismissed Theft - 

    Defendants was caught on camera taking items and putting them in her purse at Target
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.V.
    Case Dismissed
    Defendant allegedly stole hair products and pregnancy tests from Walmart
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. K.H.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly stole headphones in the value of $50 or more from Walmart

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. Y.W.

    Case Dismissed

    Defendant allegedly stole clothes in the value of $50 or more from Kohls

  • $4,500,000 Settlement
    Dram Shop Case

    Death of a person who was run over by a drunk person who left a party.

    Settled for $4,500,000

  • $2,500,000 Settlement
    Car Accident

    Confidential settlement of $2,500,000

  • $1,000,000 Settlement
    Dram Shop Case

    Death of a person who was run over by a drunk person who left a bar.

    Settled for $1,000,000

  • Case Dismissed
    DWI with BAC greater than 0.15
    Client was was pulled over while driving home from the bars. The officer carried out a field sobriety test and arrested the client for DWI. To fight the case, I used my training in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) to challenge how the officer conducted the test on the night of the arrest. Through our efforts the prosecution decided to dismiss the case.
  • $1,750,000 Settlement
    18-Wheeler Accident

    Settled for $1,750,000

  • $250,000 Settlement
    18-Wheeler Accident

    Settled for $250,000

  • $250,000 Settlement
    Car Accident

    Settlement of $250,000

  • $60,000 Settlement
    Car Accident

    Settled for $60,000

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. F.I.

    F.I was driving home one night when he was pulled over for speeding. He did field sobriety tests and performed poorly. He was arrested and taken to jail where he blew .168.

    Jonathan attacked everything on the case, from the radar calibration, to the filed sobriety tests, to the breath.

    F.I. received a FULL DISMISSAL on his case.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. I.K.

    I.K. was arrested one night when her husband called the police on her and reported that she choked him to the point that he blacked out.

    I.K. was arrested and charged with the felony offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury to a Family Member - Impeding Breath, which is a third degree felony. If convicted, I.K. could have faced up to ten years in prison.

    Jonathan attacked the credibility of the victim, proved that her husband was the initial aggressor, and proved that I.K. was defending herself.

    In the middle of court, I.K.’s case was dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.R.

    C.R. was driving one night, allegedly under the influence of alcohol.

    C.R. was pulled over for swerving and subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after performing poorly on field sobriety tests. While being arrested C.R. allegedly resisted and was tazed by the officer.

    C.R. was taken to the police station where he blew a 0.115, over the Texas legal limit of 0.08.

    C.R. was charged with DWI with a breath concentration greater than .15, which was a Class B Misdemeanor in Texas bearing punishment of up to six months in the county jail and up to a $2,000 fine, and Resisting Arrest, a Class A Misdemanor in Texas bearing punishment of up to one year in the county jail and up to a $4,000 fine.

    C.R. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We reviewed the evidence and started poking holes in the State’s case.

    Through our aggressive representation of C.R. we were successful in having all charges dismissed.

    C.R. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, he did no probation, and he did no community service. C.R. never had to sit for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. B.R.

    Defendant was arrested for DWI by the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office after accidentally calling 911 on his cell phone. The police tracked his phone and pulled him over. Once pulled over on the beach, defendant performed a standardized field sobriety test and exhibited 6 of 6 HGN clues. Defendant was then placed under arrest. Case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.H.

    Defendant was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon by Galveston Police Department. Defendant allegedly was intoxicated and got into multiple physical altercations with family members. Defendant allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it at a family member. Case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. E.C.

    Defendant was arrested for possession of controlled substance by League City Police Department after being pulled over for speeding. Defendant was allegedly in possession of between 1 and 4 grams of cocaine. Defendant was enhanced and faced a 25-Life sentence. Case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.H.

    Defendant was arrested for DWI by Galveston County Sheriff’s Office after being involved in a head on collision. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and denied a standardized field sobriety test. Defendants blood was taken pursuant to a warrant. The results from the blood test showed a BAC of 0.176. Case Dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. O.G.

    Client arrested and charged with DWI after watching the Houston Astros play in the World Series. O.G. bonded out and hired Zendeh Del & Associates to represent him after reading up about the seriousness of DWI and what could happen to him at his job. Jonathan fought the reason for the stop and the cop’s poor administration of the field sobriety tests. The arresting officer cut corners and did a poor DWI investigation. Jonathan fought the case for two years before securing a dismissal for his client.

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.C.

    Defendant was in possession of marijuana and tramadol

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.V

    Blew a 0.081 twice during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.O.

    Defendant allegedly operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.Y.

    Blood test result of 0.306 BAC

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C

    Fail all field sobriety tests / Blew a 0.085 and 0.079 during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.S.
    Case Dismissed
    Wrecked motorcycle while leaving the beach, an officer witnessed the accident and assumed he was intoxicated
  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.S

    Failed all field sobriety tests / Blew a 0.198 and 0.198 BAC after arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.D.

    Defendant allegedly operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.M

    2nd DWI - Defendant involved in accident at time of arrest / refused field sobriety and breath test

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.B

    Blew a 0.017 during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. O.G

    Failed all field sobriety tests during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.G

    Blood test result of 0.317 BAC / Failed all field sobriety tests during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.W.

    Defendant failed 6/6 HGN, 3/8 walk and turn and 2/4 on one leg test when officer conducted SFST

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.G.

    Defendant allegedly operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.H

    Blew a 0.134 BAC during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. L.V.

    Defendant allegedly operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. A.A.
    Case Dismissed

    Defendant blew a 0.15 BAC durring arrest

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. J.C

    Blew a 0.107 and 0.104 BAC during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. T.S

    Failed all field sobriety tests, was rated 91% chance of being intoxicated by DPS officer

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. M.S

    Blood test result of 0.104 BAC / Failed 2 out of 3 field sobriety tests given during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. R.T

    Blood test result of 0.252 BAC / Failed all sobriety tests given during arrest

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. N.R.

    Defendant allegedly drove intoxicated with two children who were under 15 years of age

    Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed
    State of Texas v. C.W.

    Defendant was arrested for DWI and had a handgun in his vehicle at the time of the arrest

    Case Dismissed