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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
    Assault
    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 - ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Cocaine Possession
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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. ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced
    DWI
    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 ...
  • Case Reduced & Dismissed
    DWI & Marijuana Possession
    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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI with BAC greater than 0.15
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Marijuana Possession
    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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Marijuana Possession
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Marijuana Possession
    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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Resisting Arrest
    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 ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Theft
    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 & ...