DWI 3RD OR MORE
Jon O’Toole represented a client charged with DWI 3rd or more and possession of controlled substance—both felony charges. If found guilty the client could have been sentenced to prison for 25 year to life. The client maintained his innocence and, after he and Jon conducted a thorough investigation, set his case for trial. At the pretrial setting, the state announced the dismissal of both cases.
The client is immediately eligible for an expunction.
ALL CHARGES DISMISSED
DALLAS COUNTY FAMILY VIOLENCE, MULTIPLE CHARGES
A client was charged with a Dallas County family violence case, interference with an emergency call case, and violation of a protective order case. These charges could each carry up to one year in the Dallas County jail, up to a $4,000.00 fine, and the loss of many other rights. Through a thorough investigation, attorney Jon O’Toole was able to show that the complainant had lied.
After showing his findings to the prosecutor, Jon was able to get all three charges dismissed.
NO BILL / CASE EXPUNGED
COLLIN COUNTY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
Client was arrested for Aggravated Assault for allegedly holding a knife to her husband’s throat. After investigating the case thoroughly, attorney Derk Wadas decided to prepare and present a case to the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury refused to indict the client and instead returned a No Bill.
The No Bill closed the case against the client and she will be able to expunge the record.
COLLIN COUNTY DWI
A client was charged with driving while intoxicated in Collin County. After reviewing the facts of the case, it was clear she was not guilty of a DWI case. She and Attorney Jon O’Toole set the case for trial. After all of the evidence was presented, she was found not guilty.
The not guilty verdict entitled the client to an immediate expunction.
COLLIN COUNTY ASSAULT-FAMILY VIOLENCE
Client was arrested for Assault Family Violence for allegedly intentionally striking his wife in the head with a door. Attorney Derk Wadas developed a proactive defense that persuaded the District Attorney to dismiss the case.
The client will be able to expunge the record.