Case Results

DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.

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Arrested for DWI, CASE WAS DISMISSED.


Javier was stopped for tailgating and arrested for DWI. His blood test result was .18. In the middle of trial, the Judge granted the defense motion to suppress the blood test result. As a result of the ruling, the CASE WAS DISMISSED.

Dismissed

Arrested for DWI, CASE DISMISSED


Jeremy was stopped for “speeding” while exiting Central Expressway. He admitted to drinking 2 -4 drinks and, after “failing” the field sobriety tests, he was arrested for DWI. We argued that the stop was illegal and the Judge agreed. CASE DISMISSED.

Dismissed

Arrested for DWI, NOT GUILTY


Raymond was stopped for running a red light. After “failing” the field sobriety tests, he was arrested for DWI. Blood was later taken from Raymond against his will. The .14 blood evidence was thrown out in the middle of trial and the jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY .

Not Guilty

Arrested for 2nd DWI, NOT GUILTY


Deena flipped off a guy while leaving a bar but he turned out to be an undercover cop. He pulled her over and, after refusing to perform field sobriety tests, she was arrested for her 2 nd DWI. We fought the case in trial and the verdict was NOT GUILTY .

Not Guilty

Arrested for DWI, NOT GUILTY


Justin was stopped by the police for “following too close” to another car. He was arrested for DWI and his breath test result was .12. After a hearing on whether or not the stop was legal, the judge ruled in our favor and returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY .

Not Guilty

.17 Breath Test, BREATH SCORE THROWN OUT


Jared, who scored a .17 breath test, was stopped after an altercation in a store parking lot. We successfully attacked the breath test on the grounds it was coerced and THE JUDGE THREW THE BREATH SCORE OUT.

Thrown Out

Arrested for DWI, CASE DISMISSED


Juan was pulled over when a police officer saw his backseat passenger throw up out the car window at a red light. He was later arrested and prosecuted for DWI. Verdict: CASE DISMISSED after the stop was found by the Judge to be illegal.

Dismissed

.17 Alcohol Level Was Reported, NOT GUILTY


Howard lost control of his motorcycle and wrecked. He was found by the police and later transported to the hospital. A .17 alcohol level was reported from blood Howard voluntarily gave the police. A verdict of NOT GUILTY was returned after Howard’s arrest was found to be illegal and the blood evidence was thrown out.

Not Guilty

Fed client receives 4 month sentence on supervised release violation


Federal client in the Western District of Texas, Midland and Odessa Division, receives a four (4) month sentence on his third revocation of supervised release. His violations were for submitting a urinalysis which tested positive for cocaine and for violating curfew.

Reduced

Federal Client sentenced to 46 months for possessing child pornography


A federal client in the Northern District of Texas was charged with two counts of possessing child pornography in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2252A(a)(5)(B) and faced a possible sentence of 20 years in prison. After pleading guilty to one count of possessing child pornography, he received a sentence of 46 months.

Reduced

Lubbock Criminal Case Dismissed-Assault of Police Officer


2013–At the time of the arrest, a Texas Tech student was charged in Lubbock TX with Assault on a Peace Officer.  Soon after the arrest the attorneys at Hamilton, Hull & Byrd were retained and conducted an extensive evaluation of the case.  Witnesses were located and statements were taken.  Result– All charges againt the Texas Tech Student were DISMISSED and his arrest will be expunged.

Dismissed

Texas Tech Student’s Minor in Possession case dismissed and the arrest can be removed from his record


Another good result for Hamilton, Hull & Byrd.  Our client was arrested at a Texas Tech frat party for being a Minor in Possession of alcohol.  The prosecutor agreed to defer the ticket and it was dismissed upon completion of terms.  Now our client has no conviction and can expunge his Lubbock MIP arrest so that the arrest will not even show up on his criminal history.

Dismissed

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