DWI Case Results
Client found Not Guilty of Intoxication Assault, 174th District Court, Client ejected himself from vehicle and had alcohol and drugs in his system.
Client received probation after a successful Pre Sentence Investigation punishment hearing in the 180th District Court. No jail time was served.
CC14 Harris County, State v. KG, Client went wrong way down street and hit a police car and went into ditch. .18 Blood draw.
CC8 Harris County, State v. SA, Client flattened light pole, .21 Blood test, wheel witness said she saw an angel behind my client at the accident scene.
State v. SP, CC 1 Harris County, .14 breath test, cop got busted breaking the law
CC11 Harris County, State v. PV, question about which county had proper jurisdiction over the case
CC6 Harris County, State v. CI, 3 year old case, warrantless blood draw case right after McNeely came down, client rear ended another car, .18 blood draw
Harris County MPACT Court, State v. SR, .10 breath test, client ran into neighbor’s truck and flattened mailbox
Client was pulled over by Harris County Constable’s Office Pct. 5 for swerving and failing to signal lane change. Client was given sobriety tests 3 times before the deputies made the decision to arrest Client. Client consented to a breath test at the scene but was not given the opportunity to provide a sample until 5 hours after Client was pulled over. Client’s BAC level was .086.
Client (19 years old) caused a three car accident on Gosling Road in Montgomery County. Client failed field sobriety tests at the scene and later consented to a blood draw at a near by hospital. EMS and medical records showed no odor of alcohol and no suspicion of intoxication. Client’s blood result was reported as .172. After cross examination of the State’s witnesses, testimony revealed numerous issues with the blood analysis: vials containing Client’s blood were left in Trooper’s truck for 3 days during the summer, the nurse that drew Client’s blood was unable to identify Client or Client’s blood vials, Analyst reported Client’s BAC level as .11 on a form found in discovery and Client’s blood was not analyzed until after the blood vials were expired for 50 days.
Client was involved in an accident with an HPD patrol unit after driving the wrong way down a one-way street. Client was arrested and consented to a blood draw. Client’s BAC result was reported as .17. Blood evidence suppressed after State was unable to prove that the phlebotomist was qualified to draw blood as required by the Texas Transportation Code.
Client was pulled over on 290 by a state trooper on her way home from celebrating her boyfriend’s birthday (who happened to be an HPD Officer). On video, Client tells Trooper, “I’m drunk, I’m drunk, whatever!” Client provided a blood specimen that resulted in a .14 BAC after analysis.
Client ran a red light while towing a boat. A bottle of Jaeger and vodka were found in the truck as well as numerous empties in the boat. Client refused the breath test saying he knew he had too much and wouldn’t pass. The jury found reasonable doubt of intoxication.
Client was arrested for Felony DWI (3rd DWI in 6 years) after being stopped for swerving all over the road. A search of his car found two cold beers inside it. The officer had a hard time remembering details from the arrest and did not provide those details in his offense report. Client performed well on the station video. Jury found reasonable doubt and acquitted Client.
Jury thought client may have been intoxicated, but State did not present enough evidence to prove intoxication beyond a reasonable doubt. Due to lack of evidence, the jury found our client Not Guilty of DWI.
Client pulled over for weaving and admitted to drinking a few drinks, Officer botched HGN and client refused all other Field Sobriety Tests and refused Breath Test. Client was found Not Guilty to DWI in Texas.
Lee County – Client’s 6th DWI arrest, County Judge’s first jury trial and County Attorney’s first defeat. 911 reported client was speeding and swerving through town. Client found passed out in his car at random local business with a 40 ounce Mickey’s in a brown paper bag next to him. Lee County DWI Charges found Not Guilty
Client was acquitted after client admits that he was out drinking for Cinco de Mayo and Officers testified that client vomited while in the back of the patrol car.
Client blew a .19. The judge suppressed the HGN test and due to insufficient evidence of intoxication and lack of independent recollection of the incident by the officer, the judge suppressed the arrest leading to a not guilty verdict. The Jury found our client Not Guilt of DWI of the 1st Offense
7Texas Felony DWI (4th offense) Client ran into a vehicle at a red light which in turn struck another vehicle and complaining witness testified that client smelled like alcohol. Client refused all field sobriety tests. Jury found our client Not Guilty of Felony DWI in Houston.