State of Texas v. C.H.: Client stopped for driving on two flat tires, admits to drinking at scene, taken to Pasadena PD station. Breath test allegedly .14. Result: NOT GUILTY verdict from jury.

State of Texas v. H.B.: Client asleep in vehicle, stopped in middle lane of major freeway at 2:00am. HPD makes scene, Client “fails” field sobriety tests at scene, arrested for DWI. Blood result suppressed at trial, NOT GUILTY jury verdict.

State of Texas v. A.D.: Client stopped for swerving on side road, admits to taking prescription medication. No alcohol detected by police. Client “fails” field sobriety tests at scene, arrested, taken downtown. Blood results show combination of prescription drugs. Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY after trial.

State of Texas v. J.G.: Client backed into complaining witness car at gas station at 2:30am. Police make scene, D admits to drinking, “fails” field sobriety tests, arrested for DWI. Result: Case dismissed after in-trial suppression of stop for unreasonable detention.

State of Texas v. D.S.: Immediately after leaving local bar, client involved in major accident. Admits to drinking at scene, arrested, taken downtown. Client allegedly fails field sobriety tests at station, blood draw reveals .22 blood alcohol concentration. Result: Jury verdict of NOT GUILTY after blood suppression, impeachment of arresting officers during trial for withholding evidence.

State of Texas v. D.A.: Client involved in verbal altercation after leaving bar at 2:00am, stopped by police at local gas station. Arrested, taken to station, allegedly fails field sobriety tests. Breath test of .14 at station 2 hours after stop. Result: NOT GUILTY verdict from jury.

State of Texas v. B.R.: Client stopped on side of highway with flat tire, police make caretaking stop. Open bottle of vodka in car. Client arrested after “failing” field sobriety tests. Warrant blood draw 2 hours after stop, .11 blood alcohol concentration. Result: NOT GUILTY verdict from jury after trial.

State of Texas v. J.M.: Client stopped for swerving on side street. Admits drinking, trying to make it home two block away. Arrested after field sobriety tests, breath test of .10 at station soon after stop. Result: NOT GUILTY verdict by jury after trial.

State of Texas v. J.A.: Client stopped for speeding, admits to drinking, again “fails” field sobriety tests, breath test at station .13. Result: Mistrial, case dismissed on day of second trial.

State of Texas v. B.S.: Client stopped for speeding, admits to drinking, fails field sobriety tests, consents to blood draw. Result is .13 blood alcohol concentration. Results: Case dismissed on trial day.

State of Texas v. J.C.: Woman approached by Houston Police after being dispatched to ongoing fight inside gas station. Client appeared intoxicated, became argumentative with police, and after being frisked was arrested for DWI and Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon. Results: Both cases dismissed on day of trial, seized weapon returned to client.

State of Texas v. M.D.: Police break up party on University of Houston campus, client patted down, arrested for Possession of Marijuana. Results: Case dismissed before trial.

State of Texas v. M.R.: Police find client passed out behind wheel of car at intersection around 2:00 a.m. Client allegedly attempted to drive away from scene, refused all field sobriety tests, and refused to provide a breath specimen. Warrant blood draw revealed alcohol and marijuana in system. Result: Marijuana evidence suppressed at trial, client found Not Guilty of DWI-2nd offense.

State of Texas v. D.T.: Police pull client over at 3:00 a.m. for failing to signal a lane change. “Failed” field sobriety tests, admitted to having a few beers. Client refused to provide a breath specimen, warrant blood draw showed alcohol and cocaine metabolite in blood. Client’s previous lawyer told him to plead guilty. Result: Case dismissed before trial.

State of Texas v. C.D.: Client found outside of crashed vehicle on entry way to highway. Allegedly fails SFSTs, admits to having had “two blue mother****ers” at bar prior to accident. Consents to breath test, .12 result. Result: Dismissed on day of trial.