Congratulations to Everett Seymore and David Martinez! They represented co-defendants in a Bailey County indecency with a child by contact case. Danny Hurley represented the third co-defendant, who was offered immunity to testify against the other two. Hurleyâ€™s client took the deal, testified that nothing happened (!), and the jury was out 35 minutes with…
Everyone welcome our newest member, William D. de Haas. (806) 543-7753 email@example.com
Congratulations to The Tangler! Fred Stangl was granted a mistrial in 140th District Court today in a felony DWI case. He disqualified almost half the jury panel, leaving too few jurors to continue the trial. Fred was assisted by Rusty Gunter and Cynthia Mendoza. Good job, gladiators! (And good luck next time.)
Congratulations to Ted Hogan and Stephen Dodd! They won a not guilty in an Assault “A” September 21 in CCAL#2. It seems the client got into a wrestling match with the complainant and won . . . twice. Stephen Dodd gave his first closing in a criminal jury trial, and Judge Farmer and the jury…
Congratulations to Dennis Reeves! He won a not guilty on an Assault “A” (bar fight) in CCAL#2 September 26. It was an alibi defense! Jury was out an hour and ten minutes. New LCDLA member Mike Montoya assisted in the case. Excellent work, gladiators!
Check out the Snapshots page for a new batch of pictures from the LCYLA Johnny Splawn Memorial Golf Tournament, held at Shadow Hills Golf Course.
Congratulations to LCDLA member Melissa McNamara, who has been named Lubbock County Criminal Magistrate by the Board of Judges.
Congratulations to Rusty Gunter! He got a not guilty on an assault of a public servant case in 140th District Court late Friday. Fred Stangl also gets brownie points for helping with jury selection. Good job, guys!
Please welcome the newest member of LCDLA, Kristi Ward. 1001 Main St., Ste. 300 Lubbock, TX 79401 (806) 765-7794 Fax: (806) 765-0496 firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Chris Brown! He won an appeal on an expunction issue in the Amarillo Court of Appeals yesterday.