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We are pleased to share the following dismissals and favorable resolutions for our clients during April 2017 in Harris, Fort Bend and Brazoria County Courts. Harris County – Felony – Violation of Protective Order: DISMISSED – Felony – Theft: DISMISSED – Felony – Theft: DISMISSED – Felony – Theft: DISMISSED – Misdemeanor – DWI: DISMISSED…

What if you have been arrested and charged with a crime? What do you do? How do you find an attorney? Do you financially qualify for a court appointed attorney? Do you take legal advice from your mom’s friend’s husband’s nephew? What are some smart steps to take when you need legal representation? First, do…

Houston, TX Man Not Guilty Of Assault by Stephen Palkot A Houston man accused in two separate cases of first degree felony aggravated sexual assault of a child was exonerated this week in one case. Jesse Lee Finney, of Houston stood accused of molesting a family member numerous times between May 1, 2001 and April…

Richmond, TX Burglary Suspect Found Not Guilty, But With A Twist  by Don Maines A 19-year-old Rosenberg man was found not guilty, Wednesday, of stealing a Nintendo video game from his friends’ home. However, Shaun Lamont Richardson might have jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire with his testimony in the burglary…

Richmond, TX Prison Guard not guilty of threatening her boss by Don Maines A former prison guard was found not guilty of threatening her sergeant with physical violence. Lillian Madison, 27, of Humble was accussed of retaliation, a third degree felony for the incident that allegedly occurred last July 24 at the Texas Department of…

Updates: October – December 2016 Dismissals – Felony Possession 1st degree – Felony Possession of Fire Arm – 3 Felony Drug Cases – Misdemeanor Assault – Felony Aggravated Assault – 2 Misdemeanor Assaults – 4 misdemeanor drug cases – 2 Lewd contact – Felony Sexual Assault – Felony Aggravated Assault – Felony promotion of prostitution

Wharton County, TX Jury Trial for Felony Possession October 2016 – Attorney Don A Hecker* tried a Felony Possession of Body Armor case in the 329th District of Wharton County. The range of punishment was 25 to 99 years and a fine of up to $10,000 due to prior convictions. Pretrial motions were filed and…

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