The client was charged with a second-degree felony burglary of a habitation. The prosecutor offered to plea bargain the case and eventually offered a deferred adjudication probation. The client maintained his innocence and elected to go to trial. At trial the prosecutor presented their evidence, including the presence of a fingerprint of the client in the home and we presented evidence on behalf of the client. The jury considered all the evidence and found the client not guilty.
The client was charged with a Class A misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated with a Blood Alcohol Concentration of .15 or greater. The client elected to go to a jury trial. The evidence presented to the jury by the prosecutor included an alcohol breath test of 0.18, nearly two and a half times the legal limit of .08. The jury considered all the evidence and found the client not guilty.
Our client was charged with a first-degree felony of Injury to a child with serious bodily injury. The client was interviewed twice by the detective investigating the case. The child suffered very serious injuries. The prosecutor’s plea bargain offer prior to trial was a 45-year sentence in prison.
Our client was charged with a first-degree felony for injuring an elderly person. The client said he was defending himself and was therefore innocent. The prosecutor was offering a prison sentence as their plea bargain. We elected to go to trial and the jury heard all the evidence.
A client in Fannin County was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram in Penalty Group 1. The client told attorney Jon O’Toole that they had a prescription for the substance and they should have their felony dismissed. After a lengthy investigation and consultation with the client’s doctor, Jon was able to get this felony dismissed prior to indictment.