Houston Criminal Trial Lawyer Jim Sullivan Gets Aggravated Assault Against Public Servant No Billed (Dismissed) by the Grand Jury

Experimenting with different techniques for li...Houston/ Harris county criminal defense trial lawyer Jim Sullivan represents real people charged with all kinds of crimes, including Aggravated Assault Against a Public Servant.  If you need a Houston criminal trial lawyer, you can call Jim Sullivan right now at 281-546-6428.

Houston, Texas criminal trial lawyer Jim Sullivan was hired to represent his 19 year old client for the third time.  He had previously gotten a misdemeanor Assault case dismissed and a misdemeanor Possession of Marihuana case reduced to a class C possession of paraphernalia.  This time, his client had been attending an underage drinking party at an apartment in Tomball.  When an out of uniform police officer arrived and began talking to his girlfriend in the dark parking lot, his client yelled profanities at him, not realizing who he was.  When the officer identified himself, he ran back out of sight.  A few minutes later, he jumped in a friend’s truck as it was leaving the scene.  The officer told the driver to stop and the driver kept driving away.  The officer shot at the truck five times and narrowly missed hitting the four teenagers in the truck.  The officer later claimed that his client pointed a handgun at him from the rear passenger window.  Jim Sullivan thoroughly investigated the scene and talked to several witnesses who were not interviewed by the police.  He had also arranged for his client to take a private polygraph which he passed.  Based on his lengthy and detailed defense packet, the Grand Jury No Billed the case without hearing from any of the seven defense witnesses who were available outside the grand jury room to testify.  If you need a serious Houston criminal trial


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