Texas v. K.J.


Texas v. K.J.

Harris County Court of Law No.9


Client left the Corrillion center and was pulled over swerving on Westheimer due to the construction. Client urinated himself in the back of the police car and then got out and performed poorly on the Standard Field Sobriety Tests. Medical records of plantar warts and prostate issues put this case up on the wall. The fact that the Officer was fired from the DWI Task Force pushed this case over. The Officer was fired because of his terrible testimony during my cross-examination in a trial I won (State of Texas v. Robledo), just three weeks prior.


Disclaimer: Due to the high frequency of Dismissals, and the possibility of the State refilling, these cases are not reported often. Thank you to the State for taking a stand and doing the right thing. Dismissals are always a gift.