COLLIN COUNTY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT OF A PUBLIC SERVANT
A client was charged with the aggravated assault of a public servant in Collin county. The evidence collected by the police and by using an investigator it was clear the client was not guilty. Partner Mito Gonzalez and Trial Attorney Miranda Craddock tried the case to a jury in the 366th District Court of Collin County. The jury deliberated and returned a verdict of not guilty.
The not guilty verdict entitles the client to an immediate expunction.
A client was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, for which they had a prescription. After investigating and consulting the client’s doctor, Attorney Jon O’Toole was able get this felony dismissed prior to indictment.
A client was charged with three offenses: family violence, interference with an emergency call, and violation of a protective order. Through a thorough investigation, Attorney Jon O’Toole was able to show that the complainant had lied.
Jury Could Not Reach A Verdict
FIRST DEGREE INJURY TO AN ELDERLY INDIVIDUAL WITH SERIOUS BODILY INJURY
Our client was charged with a first-degree felony for injuring an elderly person. The client said he was defending himself and was therefore innocent. The prosecutor was offering a prison sentence as their plea bargain. We elected to go to trial and the jury heard all the evidence.
The jury was unable to reach a verdict and the client was able to remain free.
Not Guilty / case Expunged
The client was charged with a Class A misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated with a Blood Alcohol Concentration of .15 or greater. The client elected to go to a jury trial. The evidence presented to the jury by the prosecutor included an alcohol breath test of 0.18, nearly two and a half times the legal limit of .08. The jury considered all the evidence and found the client not guilty.
The client was immediately eligible for an expunction of all the records in this case.