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Jonathan Zendeh Del

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FOX 26 Houston

August 19, 2022

Galveston Police to Crack Down on Drunk Driving in New Campaign After 5 Die in August Crashes

"We want drivers to make the right decision before getting behind the wheel, which may mean designating a sober driver or using a taxi or ride-share."

Galveston County | The Daily News

May 19, 2022

Yoga Therapist Charged in Shooting Death Aboard Boat in Clear Lake Shores

“The evidence will show that Ms. Parker was in an abusive relationship and acted in self defense,” Zendeh Del said.

Fox News

'Marrying Millions' star Bill Hutchinson Sued by Texas Woman Alleging Sexual Assault, Battery

"He ignored our client’s clear communications and exploited a vulnerable young woman seeking professional guidance. Instead, he liquored her up and forced himself on her," Zendeh Del added.

Galveston County | The Daily News

May 30, 2021

Man Gets Deferred Probation for Negligent Homicide

“We fought the case for four years and in the end it was reduced to negligent homicide,” said Rozycki’s defense attorney, Jonathan Zendeh Del.

Galveston County | The Daily News

October 14, 2020

Prosecutors Dismiss Drunk Driving Charges Against Texas City Officer

“At the end of the day, they did the right thing and dismissed the case because they could not prove it beyond a reasonable doubt,” Zendeh Del said.

Galveston County | The Daily News

July 1, 2020

Former Employees Reach Tentative Settlement with Bay Area Regional Medical Center

“There was a lot of work put into the case by everyone,” Zendeh Del said. “The bankruptcy trustee and our co-counsel were great to work with. This was a large case, and we were happy to handle it for our clients.”

Galveston County | The Daily News

March 9, 2020

Galveston Seawall Crash Leaves Two Injured, One Charged with Intoxication

“She’s a good girl,” attorney Jonathan Zendeh Del said. “She’s never been in trouble before with the law.”

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