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Lots of Victories

There were a number of victories this week, in addition to the previous email. (1) Dan Hurley got a not guilty on a DWI in CC2. It was a 0.15 breath test, but, apparently, a really good video. (2) Susan Rowley got a hung jury that resulted in a dismissal on a Burglary of a…

Victory: Cui Romo and Amy Cook

Cui and Amy got a Not Guilty this week in the 364th on a Sexual Assault. The following are the details from Cui: This might be more than anyone needs to know, but there was a lot of stuff in this case. Here are a couple of things about my and Amy Cook’s trial this…

Victory: Everett Seymore and Joel Cook

Everett Seymore and Joel Cook got a reversal of County Court at Law #1. Case was a DWI based on traffic stop. The stop was based on suspect pulling a flat bed trailer and cop said he’d had reports of stolen flat bed trailers. Cop could not identify what color, type or style of trailer…

Victory: James Gibbs and Brandi Dosser

James Gibbs tried a DWI this week in County Court at Law #2; he was assisted by Brandi Dosser. After a 3 day trial and over 3 hours of deliberations, the jury acquitted James’ client. This was a breath test case (.11, I think), and there was a battle of the experts. I will let…

Victory: Dan Warrick

According to the A.J., Dan Warrick got a not guilty yesterday. His client was charged with Agg Assault, apparently in a 2 count indictment. State proceeded on one count, and the jury acquitted. We’ll see what happens with Count II. Stay tuned!

Victory: Dan Warrick

Dan Warrick got a not guilty yesterday. His client was charged with Agg Assault, apparently in a 2 count indictment. State proceeded on one count, and the jury acquitted. Eddie said that he will dismiss count 2. Meanwhile, client was released on a PR bond yesterday after being held the required 48 hours for a…

Next Meeting

As always, the next meeting with be this Thursday at the Blue Light on Buddy Holly Ave. If you ever need to check when the next meeting will be, don’t forget to check the top right of the website. It’s always there and is automatically updated each week.

Appeal Win for Amy Cook

Well boys and girls, chalk another one up for the Fourth Amendment. The 7thCOA just reversed and remanded a case based on Officer Brady Lewis illegally detaining folks. First Office Lewis sees them speeding, but then testifies that they slowed down and that was why he pulled the vehicle over. Oh and Officer Lewis then…

Victory: Joel Cook

Joel was in trial in cc2 this week. It was a DWI 2nd, and client was still on probation for the first DWI. Although the jury convicted his client, they still gave her probation, knowing she was on a DWI probation. Great job, Joel.

Meeting Reminder

Please remember that we have a meeting this Thursday (5/21) at 5:30 at the Blue Light. We will be having a CLE program, graciously provided by David Crook; the topic is how to preserve error in voir dire. David does our appeals; so, if he says we need this lesson, then we need it! So,…

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