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NOT GUILTY  

State of Texas v. D.P.

Tarrant County Jury Trial in defense of the Accused charged with Driving While Intoxicated. 

NOT GUILTY 

State of Texas v. A.B.

Dallas County Trial before the judge in defense of the Accused charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

REDUCTION OF FELONY TO MISDEMEANOR CHARGE 

State of Texas v. P.D.

Dallas County for same client accused of Felony Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or more with motor vehicle accident resulting, which carried a potential punishment of 2-10 years penitentiary time.  Mr. Falcon successfully persuaded the government to reduce the Felony DWI to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and probation was secured for the client without any jail time from conviction.  

PROBATION SECURED 

State of Texas v. S.O.

Denton County for a client accused of Felony Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or more, with an alleged blood test of .23. The government prosecutors pushed for and insisted upon 8 years penitentiary time.  After Mr. Falcon presented the case before the judge, the client received probation from the judge at the time of sentencing, rather that penitentiary time.

PROBATION SECURED 

State of Texas v. M.P.

Denton County for a client accused of Driving While Intoxicated, with an alleged blood test of .32, which is (4) four times the illegal limit in Texas at .08 currently. 

FELONY NOT INDICTED/NO BILLED BY THE GRAND JURY 

State of Texas v. L.R.

Kaufman County on alleged 2nd Degree Felony Injury to a Child causing reckless bodily injury, which carried a range of punishment from 2-20 years penitentiary time. Prior to presentation of this felony case to the Grand Jury, Mr. Falcon represented and successfully defended the same client at a Protective Order hearing in which the prosecutors attempted to impose a protective order against the client, but were unsuccessful in this pursuit.  Nevertheless, the government still attempted to formally indict/charge the client with felony injury to a child. At the time of presentation to the Grand Jury of the alleged 2nd Degree Felony case, Mr. Falcon wrote a letter to the Grand Jury on the client’s behalf, thus ensuring the No Bill by the Grand Jury.  

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/DISMISSAL

State of Texas v. M.H.

Collin County for client accused of misdemeanor Marijuana Possession. The charge was reduced to a Class C lowest level Misdemeanor offense with 3 months deferred adjudication probation secured, ultimately resulting in no conviction for the offense charged upon successful completion of the probation and dismissal of the case.  The client would be eligible to have this criminal record expunged and, once expunged, legally deny that it ever occurred. 

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/DISMISSAL

State of Texas v. M.M.

Dallas County for client accused of Class A misdemeanor Assault Family Violence. The charge was reduced to a Class C lowest level Misdemeanor offense with 3 months deferred adjudication probation secured, ultimately resulting in no conviction for the offense charged upon successful completion of the probation and dismissal of the case.  The client would be eligible to have this criminal record expunged and, once expunged, legally deny that it ever occurred. 

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE

State of Texas v. K.M.

Collin County for client accused of Driving While Intoxicated 2nd, meaning the client had a prior conviction for driving while intoxicated at the time the person was arrested for the alleged offense of DWI 2nd.  The charge was reduced to the lower charge of Driving While Intoxicated 1st, and a 1 year probation was secured for the client. 

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/DISMISSAL 

State of Texas v. R.P.

Collin County for client accused of the class a misdemeanor offense of driving while license invalid with a previous conviction for the same offense. The charge was reduced to a class b misdemeanor offense of driving while license invalid with 7 months deferred adjudication probation secured, ultimately resulting in no conviction for the offense charged upon successful completion of the probation and dismissal of the case.  The client would be eligible to have this criminal record sealed from the general public, upon successful completion of probation. 

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. E.G.

Dallas County for client accused of misdemeanor Criminal Trespass. The charge was reduced to a class c lowest level misdemeanor offense for Disorderly Conduct with 3 months deferred adjudication probation secured, ultimately resulting in no conviction for the offense charged upon successful completion of the probation and dismissal of the case.  The client would be eligible to have this criminal record expunged and, once expunged, legally deny that it ever occurred. 

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/DISMISSAL 

State of Texas v. S.S.

Tarrant County for client accused of misdemeanor marijuana possession. The charge was reduced to a Class C lowest level misdemeanor offense for possession of drug paraphernalia with 3 months deferred adjudication probation secured, ultimately resulting in no conviction for the offense charged upon successful completion of the probation and dismissal of the case.  The client would be eligible to have this criminal record expunged, given successful completion of probation in this case, and be able to legally deny that it ever occurred.

REDUCTION OF FELONY TO MISDEMEANOR CHARGE/DISMISSAL 

State of Texas v. M.P.

Denton County for client accused of Felony Criminal Mischief.  The charge was reduced to misdemeanor criminal mischief, and deferred-adjudication probation was secured for the client, thereby not resulting in a conviction and dismissal of the case upon successful completion of probation.  Further, also upon successful completion of the deferred probation period, the client would be eligible to have the criminal record sealed from the general public.

REDUCTION OF FELONY TO MISDEMEANOR CHARGE/DISMISSAL

State of Texas v. V.T.

Dallas County for client accused of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon causing serious bodily injury involving family violence.  The initial 1st Degree Felony charge carried a potential punishment of 5 to 99 years penitentiary time.  Mr. Falcon got this felony case reduced to misdemeanor assault, and deferred-adjudication probation was secured for the client, thereby not resulting in a conviction and eventual dismissal of the case upon successful completion of probation.  Further, also upon successful completion of the deferred probation period, the client would be eligible to have the criminal record sealed from the general public.

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE 

State of Texas v. R.B.

Denton County for client accused of Driving While Intoxicated 2nd, therefore, the client had a prior conviction for driving while intoxicated at the time the person was arrested for the alleged DWI 2nd.  Mr. Falcon, at the time of trial, convinced the government prosecutors to reduce the DWI 2nd to a lower charge of Driving While Intoxicated 1st and a 1 year probation was secured for the client.

 

 

 

 

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. P.D. 

Dallas County for person accused of Driving While Intoxicated with an alleged blood test score of .16, which is double the illegal limit in Texas at .08. This case was dismissed by the government prosecutors, at the time of trial, as Mr. Falcon began jury selection.  Subsequently, Mr. Falcon was able to get the case expunged from the client’s record to where he could legally deny that it ever occurred.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. P.D.

Dallas County for same client accused of Driving While License Suspended.

 CASE DISMISSED

State of Texas v. P.D.

Dallas County for same client accused of Driving While License Suspended on another occasion.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. P.D.

Dallas County for same client accused of Driving While License Suspended on another occasion.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. P.D.

Dallas County for same client accused of Failure to Identify and/or giving False or Fictitious Identity. (The Client is currently able to get the case expunged from the client’s record to where he could legally deny that it ever occurred.)

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. L.L.

Dallas County for client accused of Felony Evading Arrest or Detention.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. L.L.

Dallas County for same client also accused of Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance alleged to have occurred on the same date as the felony evading arrest charge.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. L.L.

Dallas County for same client accused of another Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance alleged to have occurred on a different date than the aforementioned possession of a controlled substance case.

CASE DISMISSED 

 State of Texas v. L.L.

Dallas County for same client accused of Class A Misdemeanor Assault/Family Violence. 

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. J.C. 

Dallas County for person accused of possession of a controlled substance, while on probation for 2 other drug cases. The client will eventually qualify to have this record expunged and be able to legally deny that it ever occurred, once expunged. (See disposition below).

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. J.C.

Dallas County for same client on probation for possession of a controlled substance.  The government attempted to revoke the client’s probation seeking jail time, however, Mr. Falcon was able to get the probation revocation case dismissed and the probation discharged.

CASE DISMISSED

State of Texas v. J.C.

Dallas County for same client on probation for possession of marijuana.  The government attempted to revoke the client’s probation seeking jail time, however, Mr. Falcon was able to get the probation revocation case dismissed and the probation discharged.

CASES DISMISSED 

Dallas County for three separate clients accused of Public Intoxication.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. K.K.

Dallas County for client accused of Disorderly Conduct.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. A.A.

Dallas County for client accused of Minor in Possession.

CASE DISMISSED

State of Texas v. C.K.  

Tarrant County for client accused of Driving While Intoxicated.  Upon successful defense of the client, the driving while intoxicated case was dismissed, and a less serious charge was filed for obstruction of a passageway.  Additionally, Mr. Falcon was able to secure deferred-adjudication probation for the client, with the charge not resulting in a conviction on the client’s record and the case being dismissed.  Further, Mr. Falcon had the client released from probation early after having only served one-third (1/3) of the full term of the probation initially ordered by the judge.  Upon completion of the deferred probation period, the client was eligible to have the criminal record sealed from the general public.

CASES DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. J.B.  

Dallas County for person accused of Driving While Intoxicated 2nd, while on probation for a DWI 1st.  Mr. Falcon successfully got the DWI 2nd case dismissed.  In the future, this case will be eligible for expunction and, once expunged, the client can legally deny that it ever occurred.  

State of Texas v. J.B.  

As to the DWI 1st probation, the government filed a motion to revoke the client’s probation seeking jail time.  Mr. Falcon was able to have the motion to revoke the client’s probation withdrawn and the probation discharged.

CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. A.L.  

Denton County for person accused of Possession of a Controlled Substance/Drugs.  In the future, this case will be eligible for expunction and, once expunged, the client can legally deny that it ever occurred.  

* The favorable results achieved for clients of The Falcon Law Firm, P.C. do not guarantee the same future results for prospective clients.  Each legal matter is distinctive, thereby requiring individual reference to the particular legal and factual conditions involved.

REDUCTION TO LOWER CHARGE/CASE DISMISSED 

State of Texas v. M.M.

Dallas County for client accused of Assault/Family Violence causing bodily injury.  The initial Class A Misdemeanor charge carried a potential punishment up to 365 days county jail time.  Mr. Falcon got this Class A Misdemeanor reduced to a Class C misdemeanor, the legal equivalent of a speeding ticket.  This case was ultimately dismissedand the client would be eligible to have this criminal record expunged.  Once expunged, the client can deny that it ever occurred.