Fed client receives 4 month sentence on supervised release violation

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.

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.

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.

Client violated felony probation terms case resolved with no felony conviction

Client was on felony deferred adjudication probation for possession of a controlled substance.  The state filed a motion to revoke his probation alleging several violations.  Client was allowed to continue on deferred adjudication probation and no jail or prison time was accessed.

Manslaughter case charges dropped

Client facing Manslaughter charges stemming from a traffic fatality where it was alleged that client ran an individual off the road resulting in that individual’s death. Case Result: Charges Dropped.

Felony stolen vehicle and firearms case to be dismissed

Client was found by police officers operating a vehicle that had been reported stolen, and also in possession of a stolen firearm and electronics. Client provided a confession that also implicated him in a second Felony Motor Vehicle Theft. Case Result: Agreement reached-upon successful completion by client, all charges to be dismissed.

Felony case dismissed

2012 client charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. A vehicle was reported as stolen by a local car rental company after they noticed their inventory was short. Client was later stopped for not having headlights. When officers ran the license plate number the vehicle came back stolen. The client was arrested and booked on the above stated charges. Case results: case dismissed.

Criminal Trespassing case dismissed

2012 client charged with Criminal Trespassing after officers responded to a call about a break in at a residence. Upon arrival, officers released the K-9 unit in the residence and found the client. Witnesses report of seeing the client break the door of the residence open and enter the residence. Case results: Case dismissed.

Lubbock Possession of Marijuana dismissed

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.