Conroe/Montgomery County Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Jim Sullivan Has Proven Results


Attorney Jim Sullivan

Conroe/Montgomery County Texas Criminal Defense Trial Attorney Jim Sullivan has represented more than 3,000 clients in criminal and juvenile courts in Harris and surrounding counties since 1994.  The cases listed in the graph below represent just a small fraction of those in reverse chronological order since January 2008.  Detailed accounts of some of his trial cases and no billed cases are listed before the graph.  These cases were either dismissed by the State, no billed (dismissed) by the grand jury, acquitted by a jury at trial (found not guilty), reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor or reduced from felony habitual status.  If you need a Conroe, Texas criminal defense trial attorney, you can call Attorney Jim Sullivan right now at 281-546-6458.

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Serving clients throughout Texas, including Houston, Galveston, Angleton, Pearland, Alvin, Sugar Land, Bellville, Clear Lake, Conroe, Pasadena, La Porte, Missouri City, Texas City, Friendswood, Richmond, Rosenberg, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, San Antonio, Laredo, El Paso, El Campo, Austin, San Marcos, Dallas, Denton, Plano, Lubbock, Midland, Anahuac, Beaumont, Hempstead, Huntsville, Liberty, The Woodlands, Humble, Tomball, League City, Bellaire, Deer Park, and Katy and other communities in Austin County, Brazoria County, Chambers County, Colorado County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Harris County, Jefferson County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, Waller County, Walker County and Wharton County.

Aggravated Robbery
Sullivan represented a 25 year old man accused of 2 separate armed robberies, including a home invasion across the street from the South Houston Police Department. The chief of police and another police officer testified in trial that they positively identified Jim’s client as one of the three armed robbers who fled on foot from the scene. The police initially suspected Jim’s client because his vehicle was left behind at the scene. After the jury returned a Not Guilty, the prosecutor dismissed the second aggravated robbery. If convicted of either robbery case, the accused faced 25 years to life in prison. Jim then represented his client at a parole revocation hearing and his client was kept on parole.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
Negligent Homicide
Sullivan defended a 21 year old man accused of killing a young man in a head-on car accident on Eldridge Parkway in northwest Houston. The accused allegedly had traces of cocaine in his system, was driving over the speed limit in the rain, on the wrong side of the road, and with “bald” tires. The force of the impact caused the engine from one of the cars to be ejected and thrown about 50 feet from the car. Unfortunately, the sports car the decedent was driving did not have air bags, and the driver was killed instantly when his head hit the steering wheel.
The accused denied using drugs and testified he was on his way to work for a local service station. The accused had auto insurance. Jim hired a drug toxicologist expert who conducted his own lab tests and questioned the validity of the blood tests conducted by the Houston Police Lab. Photographs of the accused’s tires reflected that they had sufficient tread and the inspection sticker was current on his car. Due to the heavy rain, his car hydroplaned across lanes and struck the decedent’s car head on. A witness testified he was going 5-10 miles above the speed limit. To be guilty of negligent homicide, Jim argued to the jury, requires gross negligence and not simple negligence. After about 10 minutes of deliberation, the jury returned an acquittal.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Sullivan represented a 40 year old man accused in two cases of sexually assaulting his 6 year old daughter in Ft. Bend County. The accusations arose one week after the accused contacted an attorney to file for divorce. The outcry witness, the child’s mother, had threatened her husband not to leave her or he would never see his children again. By viewing the child’s videotaped interview from the Children’s Assessment Center and carefully observing her demeanor, body language and the manner in which she responded to the questions of the forensic interviewer, Jim could tell that the child had been coached. Jim also interviewed several witnesses who corroborated the motivation for the mother to file false charges.
RESULT: BOTH CASES DISMISSED ON SECOND TRIAL SETTING
Burglary of a Habitation
Sullivan represented a 14 year old boy who–along with six others–was accused of breaking into a home and stealing a safe containing about $15,000 in cash. A police officer arrested his client, took him to the police station and obtained a signed confession from him. Jim’s client said the officer browbeat a false confession out of him and that he was actually swimming at a YMCA at the time of the burglary. In addition to his alibi witnesses, Jim also subpoenaed to trial the five teenagers who had actually committed the crime and who were already on probation.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
Manslaughter (4 cases)
In these cases, Sullivan represented a 16 year old boy who was charged with four cases of manslaughter based on his alleged reckless driving. His client allegedly drove his father’s car in excess of the speed limit, lost control, drove off the road and hit a tree. In the accident, his 16 year old best friend, two 15 year old girls and his 5 year old sister were killed on impact. None of the children were wearing their seat belts. The State sought to certify his client as an adult and to transfer his case to criminal district court where he would have faced 2-20 years in prison on each case. Jim was convinced that his client was severely brain injured due to the accident and was not competent. Jim persuaded the court to reset the case for a psychiatric evaluation. The evaluation came back that his client was indeed incompetent. An expert witness for the defense testified at trial that his client was incompetent and not likely to ever regain competency. The court agreed. After his client turned 18, Jim persuaded the State to dismiss the charges.
RESULT: ALL 4 FELONY CASES DISMISSED
Assault
Sullivan represented a large 13 year old boy accused of attacking his behavioral adjustment teacher and seriously injuring her in the hallway outside her classroom. The Houston Press covered the trial in an article entitled “School Scam? Did a teacher fabricate a student assault to collect disability?” After finding his client not guilty, the jury asked Jim how charges could be filed against the teacher for perjury and insurance fraud.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
Possession of a Controlled Substance
Sullivan represented a 13 year old girl accused of possession between 1-4 grams of cocaine. She was at an apartment with her boyfriend and two other teenage couples. One of the couples got into a fight. That girl called a friend who in turn called the police. When a police officer arrived at the door, that couple jumped out the back window and ran away. The officer entered the apartment without a warrant, claiming he heard what he thought were the sounds of a body being dragged across the floor. In a suppression hearing, Jim elicited from the officer that he did not hear any such sounds at all. Hence, there was no valid emergency to justify his warrantless search and seizure. The judge granted Jim’s motion to suppress evidence of the possession.
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Sullivan represented a 34 year old pregnant woman who–along with her live-in boyfriend–was charged with sexually assaulting her 12 year old daughter. The daughter was interviewed on two separate occasions at the Children’s Assessment Center. In the first interview, the girl said that her mother was involved, but in her second interview, she suggested that her mother was not involved. Jim attended the trial of her boyfriend who was represented by another attorney and was found guilty by the jury. Jim was prepared to represent the mother at trial the following week.
RESULT: FELONY CASES DISMISSED ON THIRD TRIAL SETTING
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Sullivan represented a 19 year old man accused of repeatedly molesting his 14 year old half- sister over a period of several years. In the same videotaped interview at the Children’s Assessment Center, the half-sister also accused her uncle of raping her at his mobile home while his wife was outside attending a party. Her physical exam came back as normal. Through a thorough investigation, Jim was able to show that the complainant had falsely accused at least one other teenager of sexually assaulting her. Jim was also able to show clear bias and other motivation for her false charges.
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED ON DAY OF TRIAL
Sexual Assault
Sullivan represented a 16 year old boy accused of raping a 17 year old girl at her home. After a lengthy investigation, Jim was able to cast doubt on the credibility of his accuser in several ways, including the fact that his client did attend football practice at the time that his accuser claimed that he had followed her home and raped her.
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED
Aggravated Robbery
Sullivan represented a 19 year old man who was accused of trying to rob a man with a knife in the parking lot of his apartment complex. His client said that he was outside looking for his girlfriend and had accosted the man because he had seen her talking to him later. He denied pulling a knife on him. Jim investigated the background of the accuser and the circumstances of the incident. He then prepared an informational packet for the Grand Jury and had his client ready to testify.
RESULT: CASE NO-BILLED BY GRAND JURY
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Indecency with a Child
Sullivan represented a 16 year old boy accused of molesting his six year old half-sister. After a thorough investigation of the home environment, Jim was able to show that–if the girl had been molested–the stepfather, a convicted drug user, was the likely perpetrator.
RESULT: FELONY CASES REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ON DAY OF TRIAL
Aggravated Assault against a Public Servant
Sullivan represented a deranged woman who walked up to a police officer in a grocery store and lunged at him with a butcher knife. Fortunately, the officer was able to subdue and arrest her without either of them being physically injured. It was soon learned that the woman had a lengthy documented history of mental illness. In the first hearing, Jim persuaded a jury to find his client incompetent to stand trial with no substantial likelihood of regaining competency. His client was then committed to a state hospital for treatment. In a later court trial, Jim persuaded the court to find his client not guilty by reason of insanity.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY
Indecency with a Child
Sullivan represented a 14 year old boy accused of touching a 13 year old girl in her genital area against her will behind the bleachers in the school gymnasium. After interviewing several eyewitnesses and taking photos of the scene, Jim was able to cast doubt on the girl’s version of events.
RESULT: FELONY CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ON DAY OF TRIAL
Felony Theft
Sullivan represented a middle-aged businessman accused of felony theft for allegedly fencing over $60,000 in stolen inventory from a local business. Through an intensive investigation, Jim learned that the co-defendant knowingly sold the inventory at a steep discount through his client to a distributor who had to have known the inventory was stolen. Jim was able to present his client as a naive broker who only received $8,000 in what he thought was a legitimate fee from the transaction. On the second trial setting, the State agreed to reduce the charges to a misdemeanor, allow his client to receive deferred adjudication probation so that he would not receive a conviction, and allow his client to pay back only $8,000 in restitution.
RESULT: FELONY REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ON SECOND TRIAL SETTING
Aggravated Assault
Sullivan represented a 21 year old man accused of attacking a man with a broken beer mug and seriously injuring him. When the police went to question the accused, they found a large amount of cocaine in the apartment where he had spent the night. He was not charged with drug possession. After a thorough investigation, Jim prepared an informational packet, including the accused lengthy rap sheet and affidavits from witnesses, for the Grand Jury.
RESULT: CASE NO-BILLED BY GRAND JURY
Aggravated Assault
In this memorable case, Sullivan represented a woman who was accused of biting off her ex-boyfriend’s tongue. Through an investigation, Jim was able to show that she probably acted in self defense as he was attempting to rape her while high on drugs.
RESULT: FELONY REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ON DAY OF TRIAL
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Sullivan defended a 40 year old woman who allegedly stabbed her wheel-chair bound husband in the chest with a kitchen knife. The woman had a long history of mental illness and allegedly had stabbed him on a previous occasion. Through a lengthy investigation, Jim learned that he had a lengthy crack cocaine addiction and had been brain-injured in a prior car accident. Jim was prepared to present a compelling justification argument of self-defense.
RESULT: FELONY REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ON DAY OF TRIAL
Disarming of a Police Officer
In another memorable case, Sullivan represented a man with a lengthy criminal record who– after binge drinking at a nearby cantina–broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment when she refused to talk to him. He then threatened to kill himself. He went to the kitchen, grabbed a steak knife and proceeded to stab himself in the chest. After making several superficial puncture wounds, he told her that he was going to call the police and attack them with the knife so they would kill him.
He then called the police on himself. When they arrived, he wisely threw the knife down and rushed at them screaming, “Shoot me! Shoot me! Tase me! Tase me!”. Fortunately for him, they did not grant his request, but instead tackled him to the ground. He then attempted to grab one of the officers’ weapons. Jim persuaded the State not to charge his client with Burglary with the intent to commit assault as his client had no intent to assault his ex-girlfriend and persuaded the State to reduce the felony Disarming case to a misdemeanor Attempted Disarming as his client had no intent to use the weapon against the officers but apparently only against himself.
RESULT: FELONY REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
Assault on a Police Officer and Evading by Motor Vehicle
Sullivan represented a 16 year old boy who was accused of two felony charges: Assault on a Police Officer for allegedly striking an undercover police officer with his car and Evading by Motor Vehicle for continuing to drive away. At the jury trial, Jim argued that his client had just been jumped by two teens and was trying to drive away when a guy walked up with a gun drawn that he believed was trying to car jack him. The gun man was an undercover police officer who flashed his ID card and identified himself. In his pain and confusion, his client understandably did not believe him and drove off. The passenger side mirror on his car struck the officer. After several hours of deliberation, the jury could not reach a verdict. The State then agreed to dismiss the felony assault charge, reduce the felony evading case to a misdemeanor and let his client receive deferred prosecution so that he would not receive a conviction.
VERDICT: HUNG JURY
Attempted Murder
Sullivan represented a 25 year old man who was the alleged local leader of MS-13, a notorious El Salvadoran gang. His client allegedly shot a fellow gang member in the back after a night of heavy drinking. By comparing the caliber of the bullet fired to the respective firearms of the gang members, Jim was able to show that the complainant was shot by a different member of the gang.
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED
Indecency with a Child
Secured reduction to a misdemeanor for a 14 year old boy charged with indecency with a child. On the day of trial, the Stated reduced the charges from a determinate felony case to a misdemeanor indecent exposure and allowed him to receive probation at home.
RESULT: FELONY CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
Robbery (4 cases)
Sullivan represented a 40 year old man with a lengthy felony criminal record dating back 15 years. His client had a severe drug problem. He previously had served 8 years of a 25 year sentence as a habitual felon for burglary of a habitation. Two days after being released from prison on a drug case, he was arrested on four cases of robbery and was suspected in at least four other cases. He allegedly snatched purses from women causing minor injuries while driving his father’s truck which, along with himself, was later identified by witnesses. Facing 25 to Life as a habitual felon for the second time, he opted for trial. He had 10 years left on his parole.
RESULT: 10 YEARS TDC ON 2 CASES, 2 CASES DISMISSED ON TRIAL SETTING
Burglary of a Habitation with Intent to commit Assault
Sullivan represented a 23 year old woman accused of breaking into an apartment along with a male drug dealer and attacking several people who had been asleep. The woman insisted that she was falsely accused but wanted to accept a plea bargain just to get out of jail to take care of her two young children and ailing mother. Her family could not afford to post her bond and the judge refused to lower it. Jim was able to persuade his client to stay in jail and to allow him to conduct a quick investigation because he strongly believed that his client was innocent. Jim located several witnesses who corroborated her version of events that she was not involved in the drug deal gone bad but was only attempting to assist the male who was being attacked by several people with a knife. He then prepared an informational packet for the Grand Jury and had his client ready to testify.
RESULT: CASE NO-BILLED BY GRAND JURY
DATE CASE # CT # CHARGE OUTCOME
05/20/11 1291937 263RD AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ­­­­­­AGAINST PUBLIC SERVANT (1° Felony) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
05/12/11 1280973 232ND AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) NOT GUILTY BY JURY AT TRIAL
05/03/11 1728531 13 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
05/03/11 1728532 13 CARRYING A WEAPON (A) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
05/02/11 1290473 338TH ASSAULT FV (Family Violence) (Felony Habitual enhanced facing 25 years to Life in TDC) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT ON TRIAL SETTING AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
04/11/11 1270822 176TH ASSAULT FV (Felony Habitual) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
04/06/11 1298554 232ND BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TRESPASS
04/04/11 1285290 174TH ASSAULT FV BY CHOKING (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE ON TRIAL SETTING
03/31/11 JUVENILE 315TH ASSAULT (A) DISMISSED BY STATE ON TRIAL SETTING
03/30/11 1649077 13 DWI 1ST OFFENDER (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
03/15/11 JUVENILE 313TH ASSAULT FV (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/25/11 1290201 338TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/24/11 1721804 4 FSGI (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/23/11 1293958 183RD EVADING ARREST BY MV (Motor Vehicle)(SFJ) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR EVADING
02/17/11 1291050 339TH PCS (Possession of a Controlled Substance) 4-200g (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/14/11 JUVENILE 314TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/09/11 1292309 232ND EVADING ARREST BY M.V. (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR EVADING
02/07/11 1290883 183RD ASSAULT FV 2ND OFFENDER (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
02/02/11 JUVENILE 313TH ROBBERY (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/28/11 1289876 232ND ATT. BURGLARY OF A  HABITATION (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TRESPASS OF A HABITATION WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/28/11 1239044 338TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (Felony Habitual) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
01/27/11 1285161 174TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/27/11 1620865 5 DWI 1ST OFFENDER (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/26/11 1260519 174TH MADJ (AGGRAVATED ASSAULT)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED BY STATE;  CLIENT RE-INSTATED
01/06/11 1281977 174TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
01/05/11 1281428 174TH ASSAULT FV (Felony Habitual) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
01/03/11 1242240 338TH MADJ (Theft)(SJF) MADJ DISMISSED BY STATE;  CLIENT RE-INSTATED
01/03/11 1290201 338TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
12/03/10 1283460 232nd SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
11/22/10 1271051 182ND ARSON (Habitation)(1°) DISMISSED BY STATE AND RE-FILED AS A MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
11/15/10 JUVENILE 314TH MOTION TO DE-REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER GRANTED, JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER ALLOWED TO DE-REGISTER
11/11/10 1267878 339TH ASSAULT FV BY CHOKING (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
11/11/10 1267877 339TH PCS 1-4g (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
11/11/10 1274492 339TH ASSAULT PUBLIC SERVANT (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/27/10 1261476 338TH THEFT (SFJ) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
10/21/10 1275771 180TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
10/21/10 1268926 339TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/20/10 JUVENILE 313TH CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/08/10 1280607 178TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/28/10 1277540 232ND BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/24/10 1227382 183RD MADJ (Robbery)(3°) MADJ DISMISSED BY STATE;  CLIENT RE-INSTATED
09/23/10 1270564 176TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
09/23/10 1275133 178TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/16/10 1231097 3 MADJ (Theft) MADJ DISMISSED BY STATE.  PROBATION OVER.
08/30/10 1703584 15 DWI 2ND OFFENDER (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
08/24/10 1264919 232ND SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
08/23/10 1114342 339TH MADJ (Indecency with a Child)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED BY STATE;  CLIENT RE-INSTATED
08/23/10 1067890 184TH MADJ (DWI 3RD OFFENDER)(3°) MRP DISMISSED BY STATE.  CLIENT RE-INSTATED.
08/03/10 JUVENILE 313TH POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
08/03/10 JUVENILE 313TH CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
07/28/10 1610477 7 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
07/01/10 JUVENILE 313TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TRESPASS AND GRANTED DEFERRED PROSECUTION
06/30/10 1260791 232ND ROBBERY (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
06/08/10 JUVENILE 315TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
06/03/10 JUVENILE 315TH UUMV (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE ON TRIAL SETTING
05/18/10 JUVENILE 315TH POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
05/11/10 1659992 9 ASSAULT (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
05/11/10 JUVENILE 315TH POSSESSION OF A PROHIBITED WEAPON (A) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR CARRYING A WEAPON
05/06/10 JUVENILE 315TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
04/28/10 1220515 179TH SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
04/28/10 1220516 179TH COMPELLING PROSTITUTION OF A CHILD (Felony Habitual)(2°) SENTENCED TO 5 YEARS TDC PRIOR TO SECOND JURY TRIAL SETTING AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
04/16/10 1670880 1 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) REDUCED TO CLASS C MISDEMEANOR POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
04/14/10 1256293 174TH ATT. DISARMING POLICE OFF. (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR RESISTING ARREST
04/08/10 1252585 262ND FORGERY OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT (3°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
04/07/10 1247461 232ND FORGERY OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR FORGERY
03/29/10 1256660 232ND ROBBERY (3°) REDUCED TO SJF THEFT FROM A PERSON
03/11/10 JUVENILE 315TH POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
03/09/10 JUVENILE 315TH PCS IN SCHOOL ZONE (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR PCS
02/24/10 1241754 177TH AGG SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD (1°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
02/24/10 1241755 177TH AGG SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD (1°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
02/22/10 1202760 178TH INDECENCY WITH A CHILD (Felony Habitual) SENTENCED TO 2 YEARS TDC ON JURY TRIAL SETTING AFTER FACING 25 – LIFE IN TDC
02/18/10 1063539 232ND INDECENCY WITH A CHILD (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
02/16/10 JUVENILE 315TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TERRORISTIC THREAT
02/10/10 1251123 232ND UUMV (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
02/02/10 JUVENILE 2 MRP (Indecency with a Child)(2°) in Ft Bend County MRP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
04/28/10 1644635 4 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/27/10 1647249 11 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/20/10 JUVENILE 314 POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY (2°) 5 YEARS DETERMINATE PROBATION (case first filed in 176TH Criminal District Ct and dismissed)
01/15/10 1226099 179TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT AND GRANTED 6 MONTHS DEFERRED ADJUDICATION ON JURY TRIAL SETTING
01/15/10 1233929 232ND DWI 3RD OFFENDER (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DWI
01/11/10 1223760 177TH RETALIATION (Felony Habitual) REDUCED TO STATE JAIL FELONY AFTER FACING 25-LIFE IN TDC
01/06/10 1635993 7 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
01/05/10 1239319 262ND ASSAULT FV BY CHOKING (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT
12/08/09 JUVENILE 315TH POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
12/07/09 1229447 228TH PCS (SFJ) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR PCS WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
12/01/09 JUVENILE 315TH VOP (Violation of Probation) VOP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED AT HOME
12/01/09 JUVENILE 313TH TRESPASS TO HABITATION (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
11/23/09 1610544 2 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTTING
11/23/09 1231727 179TH SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD (2°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
11/18/09 1218086 176th POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY  (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
11/18/09 1218087 176TH PROMOTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
11/17/09 JUVENILE 315TH VOP VOP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED AT HOME
10/30/09 1238796 262ND THEFT (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/27/09 JUVENILE 315TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FV (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/23/09 EXPUNGED 208TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/30/09 1630094 2 POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS DRUG (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/30/09 1630095 2 PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/23/09 1221493 339TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/22/09 1222195 339TH PCS (State Jail Habitual facing 2-20 years in TDC) SENTENCED TO 6 MONTHS STATE JAIL ON JURY TRIAL SETTING
09/22/09 JUVENILE 315TH GRAFFITI AT SCHOOL (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/16/09 1227653 232ND INDECENCY WITH A CHILD (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR INDECENT EXPOSURE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/03/09 JUVENILE 315TH POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/03/09 JUVENILE 315TH INDECENCY WITH A CHILD (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
09/01/09 1217540 177TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
08/27/09 1072666 177th MADJ  (Burglary of a Habitation)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT’S DEFERRED ADJUDICATION PROBATION TERMINATED
08/14/09 1185502 179TH ROBBERY (4 separate cases)(Felony Habitual) SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS TDC; CLIENT HAD 10 YEARS LEFT ON PAROLE AND FACED 25-LIFE IN TDC
08/14/09 1194679 179TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FV (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
08/06/09 1147859 183RD MRP (DWI 3rd Offender)(3°) MRP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
07/31/09 1205480 177TH AGGRAVATED ROBBERY (2 cases)(1 case dismissed)(3°) REDUCED TO AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION PROBATION
07/28/09 1225666 232ND PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
07/28/09 1225856 232ND PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
07/23/09 JUVENILE 315TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR CARRYING WEAPON AND GRANTED DEFERRED PROSECUTION
07/07/09 1147859 183rd MRP (DWI 3RD Offender)(3°) MRP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
07/02/09 1222418 339TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FV (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
06/18/09 1179695 179TH MADJ  (Burglary of a Habitation)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
06/18/09 1219160 179TH EVADING ARREST BY MV (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR EVADING AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
06/16/09 JUVENILE 315TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
06/01/09 1211527 337TH INJURY TO A CHILD (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR INJURY TO A CHILD AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
05/21/09 JUVENILE 315TH ASSAULT FV (A) DISMISSED BY STATE ON TRIAL SETTING
05/20/09 1203539 337TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2° NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
05/20/09 1200321 337TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TRESPASS TO HABITATION PRIOR TO TRIAL SETTING
05/11/09 1183601 232ND AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FV (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT ON TRIAL SETTING
04/24/09 1117545 208TH MADJ (PCS 4-200g)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
04/20/09 08-03-03138 CR 359TH AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD (2 cases in Montgomery County)(1°) 2 CASES DISMISSED ON SECOND TRIAL SETTING
04/16/09 JUVENILE 315TH MANSLAUGHTER (4 cases)(3°) 4 CASES DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
04/16/09 1205243 337TH FORGERY (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
03/13/09 1558250 13 THEFT (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
03/12/09 JUVENILE 315TH ASSAULT (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
03/09/09 1201179 339TH THEFT (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
02/25/09 1567575 5 ASSAULT (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/24/09 JUVENILE 315TH CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/20/09 1194487 179TH ROBBERY (3°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/17/09 JUVENILE 313TH INDECENCY WITH A CHILD (2°) CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITH 6 MONTHS PROBATION AT HOME
02/16/09 1197048 351ST THEFT (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/16/09 1197049 351ST CREDIT CARD ABUSE (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/10/09 1202504 178TH THEFT (SJF) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT AND GRANTED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
01/08/09 1185149 232ND BURGLARY OF A HABITATION (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TRESPASS WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
12/31/08 1182184 179TH ASSAULT AGAINST PUBLIC SERVANT (3°) REDUCED TO ATTEMPTED PUBLIC SERVANT WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
12/31/08 1182185 179TH PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
12/17/08 1125649 179TH MADJ (Indecency with a Child)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
12/05/08 1184044 183RD ABANDONING A CHILD (3°) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
12/02/08 1092900 232ND MADJ (Burglary Habitation)(2°) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
11/13/08 1182231 179TH BURGLARY OF A HABITATION WITH INTENT TO COMMIT ASSAULT (1°) NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY
11/06/08 1173402 337TH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2°) REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING
10/30/08 JUVENILE 315TH VOP VOP DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
10/02/08 JUVENILE 315TH CARRYING A WEAPON (A) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
09/03/08 1491538 14 THEFT (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
09/02/08 EXPUNGED 155TH PCS 4-200g (Fayette County) (2°) GRANTED PRE-TRIAL DIVERSION AND CASE LATER DISMISSED
08/29/08 1530102 14 PCS (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
07/17/08 JUVENILE 314TH MOTION TO DE-REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER GRANTED; JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER ALLOWED TO DE-REGISTER
05/07/08 1394502 14 MADJ (Possession of a Dangerous Drug) MADJ DISMISSED; CLIENT RE-INSTATED
04/15/08 JUVENILE 315TH GRAFFITI AT SCHOOL (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
04/11/08 9913348 8 THEFT (B) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING
02/07/08 JUVENILE 315TH THEFT (B) DISMISSED BY STATE ON TRIAL SETTING
01/28/08 1500823 15 RESISTING ARREST (B) REDUCED TO CLASS C MISDEMEANOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT
01/04/08 1119948 208 INSURANCE FRAUD (SJF) DISMISSED BY STATE WITHOUT TRIAL SETTING

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