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Notable Victories

  • U.S. v. Acosta – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Marijuana
  • U.S. v. Rana – Medicare Fraud
  • U.S. v. Luczkow – Tax Fraud
  • U.S. v. Martinez, J. – Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
  • U.S. v. Navarro – Felon in Possession of a Firearm
  • U.S. v. Pack– Coercion and Enticement Transfer of Obscene Mat.
  • U.S. v. Weaver – Mail Fraud
  • U.S. v. Martinez, R. – DWI on Military Base
  • U.S. v. Turley – DWI on Military Base

  • U.S. v. Zamudio– Receipt of Child Pornography, Distribution of Child Pornography, and Possession of Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Bayne – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Marijuana
  • U.S. v. Castillo – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Meth
  • U.S. v. Carpenter – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Forte – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine – Presidential Commutation
  • U.S. v. Smyth– Possession of Explosives & Firearms
  • U.S. v. Ivone – Possession of Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Kaur – DWI on Military Base
  • U.S. v. Salas – Alien Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Santana – Larceny on a Military Base
  • U.S. v Ortega – Conspiracy to Distribute and Possess with Intent to Distribute Marijuana (1) Marijuana-Sell, Distribute, or Dispense- Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana; Aiding and Abetting (2)

  • State v. Acosta – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Aguirre – Felony POM
  • State v. Albertson – Aggravated Robbery
  • State v. Aldaco – Unlawful Restraint
  • State v. Allen – Theft $50-$500
  • State v. Allen, B. – Indecent Exposure
  • State v. Almasri – Reckless Driving
  • State v. Alvarez – Theft 50 to 500
  • State v. Ambeau – Theft $1500-$20,000-vehicle, Evading Arrest with vehicle
  • State v. Ammenheuser – Felony POM
  • State v. Arispe – DWI
  • State v. Auslander – Public Lewdness
  • State v. Avila – Resisting Arrest
  • State v. Barnett – Evading Arrest – Vehicle, DWI
  • State v. Bates – Injury to a child
  • State v. Beard – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Bell – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Benavides – Evading Arrest
  • State v. Bermudez – DWI
  • State v. Black – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Boisclair – DWI
  • State v. Bolton – Assault on a Public Servant
  • State v. Bolton – Assault Family Violence
  • State v. Borrero – DWI
  • State v. Boubon – Poss of Marijuana 4 oz to 5lbs
  • State v. Branscum – Racing on a Highway
  • State v. Brooks – DWI
  • State v. Burbatt – Poss of CS PG2
  • State v. Cabrera -Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Camacho – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Cantu – Assault on a Public Servant
  • State v. Cardona – DWI
  • State v. Carmichael – Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon
  • State v. Carroll – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Chambers – Welfare Fraud $1,500 to $20,000
  • State v. Charlie Hernandez – DWI
  • State v. Chica – Assault Family Violence
  • State v. Cloud – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Coffer – PCS PG1 1-4g
  • State v. Coleman – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Cone – Evading Arrest
  • State v. Cone – Tampering with Government Document
  • State v. Contreras – DWI
  • State v. Contreras, M. – Assault
  • State v. Crader – Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
  • State v. Curtis – POM
  • State v. De La Tijera – DWI
  • State v. Doize – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Donovan – Poss of Child Pornography
  • State v. Easely – Poss of CSless than1g PG1
  • State v. Ersinghaus – Continuous Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
  • State v. Espinoza – Driving While License Invalid
  • State v. Espinoza -Terroristic Threats
  • State v. Esquivel – Sexual Assault
  • State v. Fagan – Criminal Trespass
  • State v. Fagen – Poss of CS less than 1g PG1
  • State v. Felicetta – DWI
  • State v. Firebaugh – DWI
  • State v. Fisher – Criminal Mischief
  • State v. Fleischacker – Terroristic Threat
  • State v. Flores – Felon in Poss Firearm, Poss W/I Del of CS PG 4G, Tamp w/ Evid
  • State v. Flowers – Minor in Poss of Alcohol
  • State v. Frazee – Felony POM
  • State v. Galloway – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Garces – Unauthorized Record Labeling
  • State v. Garcia, T. – PCS, PG14-200g, Theft $1,500-$20,000
  • State v. Garcia, E. – Burglary of a Habitation
  • State v. Gardanier – Felony POM
  • State v. Gardner – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Geary – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Goff – Assault
  • State v. Goldman – Stalking
  • State v. Goldman – Telephone Harassment
  • State v. Gomez, S. – Aggravated Assault w/ deadly weapon
  • State v. Gonzales – PCS1-4g PG1
  • State v. Gradner – Interference with 911
  • State v. Haralson – Manufacturing/Distribution of a CS4-200g PG1
  • State v. Harati – DWI
  • State v. Hayden – Sexual Assault
  • State v. Helbock – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Hernandez, R. – Poss of CS1-4g PG1, Theft $1500-$20,000 – Vehicle
  • State v. Hernandez, L. – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Herrera – Graffiti
  • State v. Hinton, E. – Theft $50-$500
  • State v. Hummel – Sexual Assault-Child
  • State v. Hussain – Minor Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
  • State v. Hutchison – Failure to Stop and Render Aid
  • State v. Hyatt – DWI
  • State v. Ives – DWI
  • State v. Jones – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Jordan – Deadly Conduct
  • State v. Juarez – Agg Assault on Public Servant
  • State v. Keen – Assault Bodily Injury
  • State v. Kifuri – Theft $1,500 to $20,000
  • State v. Kosub – Injury to a Child
  • State v. Laughlin – Criminal Mischief
  • State v. Lawrence – Assault Bodily Injury
  • State v. Leal – Racing Death x3
  • State v. Liddell – DWI
  • State v. Livesay – Assault
  • State v. Long – Poss of Marijuana, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Lopez-Antonio – Sex Assault of a ChildState v. Luce – Criminal Mischief
  • State v. Luce – Resisting Arrest, Interference with Public Servant
  • State v. Lucero – Prostitution
  • State v. Maciel – DWI 2nd
  • State v. Maldonado – DWI
  • State v. Martinez, D. – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. McIntyre – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Mendez – DWI
  • State v. Mendez – Sexual Assault
  • State v. Mendoza, B. – Elder Fraud
  • State v. Mokry – Engaging in a Riot
  • State v. Mondragon – Aggravated Assault w/ deadly weapon
  • State v. Moon – Felony POM
  • State v. Morris – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Norton – DWI
  • State v. Nunez – Aggravated Assault w/ deadly weapon
  • State v. Och – Indecent Exposure
  • State v. Ochoa – DWI
  • State v. Oswald – Evading Arrest, Vehicle
  • State v. Pardo – Murder, Aggravated Assault w/ deadly weapon
  • State v. Parker – Failure to Stop and Render Aid
  • State v. Parkoff – Theft
  • State v. Pena, Edward – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Perez – Possession W/I to Deliver CS4g-200g PG1
  • State v. Peters – Minor in Poss of Alcohol
  • State v. Phillips – POM
  • State v. Ponton – POM, 0 to 2 oz, Drug Free Zone
  • State v. Porter – Assault Family Violence 2nd, Strangulation
  • State v. Ramirez, A. – DWI
  • State v. Ramirez, A. – Intoxication Assault
  • State v. Ramirez, A. – Intoxication Assault
  • State v. Ramirez, A. – DWI
  • State v. Ramos – Assault
  • State v. Ramos, G. – Felon in Poss of a Firearm
  • State v. Ramsey – PCS less than 1g PG1
  • State v. Rangel – DWI
  • State v. Rangel – Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon
  • State v. Ray – Deadly Conduct
  • State v. Reder – DWI-Open Container, POM
  • State v. Reid – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Rejcek – Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
  • State v. Richardson, Tyler – Sexual Assault – Child
  • State v. Richert – Terroristic Threat
  • State v. Riggs – Poss W/I to Deliver CS more than 400g PG1
  • State v. Roan – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Rodriguez Emeterio – Fraudulent Destruction of a Business Record
  • State v. Rodriguez – PCS PG1 1-4g
  • State v. Rodriguez – Online solicitation
  • State v. Rodriguez, E. – Injury to a Child
  • State v. Rodriguez, V. – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Ross – DWI
  • State v. Rubio – DWI
  • State v. Samuel – DWI
  • State v. Sanchez – Driving While License Invalid
  • State v. Sanders – DWI
  • State v. Sarabia – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Scheets – DWI
  • State v. Schlein – Posses of CS PG 2 4-400g
  • State v. Schlein – POM
  • State v. Sears – Assault Bodily Injury
  • State v. Segundo – Assault Family Violence 2nd
  • State v. Serna – Aggravated Sexual Assault
  • State v. Shackelford – Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon
  • State v. Shaw – Electronic Harassment
  • State v. Shin – DWI
  • State v. Smith – Assault Bodily Injury, Family #1
  • State v. Smith – Assault Bodily Injury, Family #2
  • State v. Smith – POM
  • State v. Smith -Felony POM
  • State v. Smith – Felony POM
  • State v. Stanfield – Compelling prostitution, under 18 years
  • State v. Stapleton – Disorderly Conduct
  • State v. Stephens – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Straughter – Indecency w/ a Child, Exposure
  • State v. Streepey – Indecency w/ Child – Contatct
  • State v. Tallon – DWI
  • State v. Terrell – Assault
  • State v. Tharp – Assault Bodily Injury, Family
  • State v. Themudo – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Trevino, Jose – Assault Bodily Injury, Family, Violation of a PO x3
  • State v. Urrutia – Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant
  • State v. Valente – Robbery
  • State v. Vegas – POM, 0 to 2 oz
  • State v. Vicuna – Sexual Assault
  • State v. Wampler – DWI
  • State v. Webb – POM
  • State v. Webb – POM
  • State v. Whisnant – Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor
  • State v. Williams – Receiving Stolen Checks
  • State v. Williams, J. – POM, PCS PG2, Poss of Firearm in Jail
  • State v. Williams, Nathan – PCS less than1g PG1
  • State v. Willis – PCS PG1
  • State v. Wise – Felony Criminal Mischief
  • State v. Zable – Operating without a Security Service Contractor License
  • State v. Zimmerman – Theft
  • State v. Zulaica – Racing on a Highway

  • U.S. v. Bravo – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S.  v. Castro – Distribution of Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Menchaca – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Meyers – Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana
  • U.S. v. Morrow – Distribution of Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Talbot, Christopher – Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Zamudio, Flavio – Distribution of Child Pornography

  • U.S. v. Abuteir – Tax Fraud
  • U.S. v. Adams – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Adams – 2nd Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Al Homoud – Forced Labor
  • U.S. v. Ali – Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Alva – Wire Fraud, Identity Theft
  • U.S. v. Aragon – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Aslam – Bank Fraud, Access Device Fraud, Wire Fraud, Social Security Fraud,
  • Structuring, Money Laundering
  • U.S. v. Battle – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Bhojani – Counterfeit Cigarettes
  • U.S. v. Bravo – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Carasco – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Chicoine – Copyright Infringement
  • U.S. v. Cortez – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Connor – Trespassing on a Military Base
  • U.S. v. Delarosa – RICO, Murder
  • U.S. v. Delarosa – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Heroin
  • U.S. v. Ferguson – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Fernandez – Felon in Possession of a Firearm
  • U.S. v. Garza – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Gomez – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Gonzalez, E. – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Meth
  • U.S. v. Guerra – Federal Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Hmaidan – Counterfeit Cigarettes, Counterfeit Currency
  • U.S. v. Hernandez, A. – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Meth
  • U.S. v Hernandez, J. – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Hernandez, L. – Firearms Export Violations
  • U.S. v. Horowitz – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Jaschke-Lopez – Alien Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Jones – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. King – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Laborador – Theft of Government Property
  • U.S. v. Light – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Light – Early Termination of Probation
  • U.S. v. Lee – Assault on a Federal Agent
  • U.S. v. Lemire – Fraud to Obtain Firearms
  • U.S. v. Lopez-Peralta – Illegal Reentry
  • U.S. v. Martinez, J. – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Martinez, M. – Sexual Abuse of a Minor or Ward
  • U.S. v. Martinez, Jr., J. – Escape from Custody
  • U.S. v. Mayhan – Bribery
  • U.S. v. McKinze – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Menchaca – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Espinosa-Mondragon – Conspiracy to Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance, Bulk Cash Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Monsavias – Possession Prohibited Firearms
  • U.S. v. Moore – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Meth
  • U.S. v. Mora – Alien Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Morin – Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine
  • U.S. v. Myers – Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana
  • U.S. v. Mylius – Manufacture Meth, Distribution Pseudoephedrine
  • U.S. v. Nichols – Misprision of a Felony
  • U.S. v. Ortman – Possession Prohibited Firearms
  • U.S. v. Pace – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Marijuana
  • U.S. v. Patel – Medicare Fraud
  • U.S. v. Peña – Bribery
  • U.S. v. Peña, A. – Money Laundering
  • U.S. v. Peredez – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Potter – 8 USC 1324, Alien Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Prins – Fraud
  • U.S. v. Proo – Possession of Stolen Mail
  • U.S. v. Quillian – Bank Fraud
  • U.S. v. Quintanilla – RICO, Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Ramirez, A. – USDA Fraud
  • U.S. v. Ramirez, R. – Felon in Possession of Firearms
  • U.S. v. Rapstine – Bank Fraud
  • U.S. v. Reyes – Termination of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Rich – Insurance Fraud
  • U.S. v. Rivera – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Rubio – Revocation of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Shea – Termination of Supervised Release
  • U.S. v. Shelton – Manufacture Meth, Distribution Pseudoephedrine
  • U.S. v. Silva – Possession w/ Intent to Dist. Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Simmons – Bank Fraud, Aggravated Identity Theft
  • U.S. v. Stough – Distribution of Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Stuckes – Conspiracy to Possession w/ intent to distribute narcotics
  • U.S. v. Studenney – Possession w/ Intent to Distribution Child Pornography
  • U.S. v. Talbot – Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance
  • U.S. v. Taggart – Felon in Possession of a Firearm
  • U.S. v. Tejada – Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine
  • U.S. v. Vasquez-Laris – Alien Smuggling
  • U.S. v. Vasquez-Sanchez – Money Laundering
  • U.S. v. Vasquez-Sanchez – Extorsion
  • U.S. v. Weaver – Manufacturing Marijuana

Notable Victories

Charge

Count One: Coercion and Enticement of a Minor (18 USC Section 2422(b)

Count Two: Transfer of obscene material to a minor (18 USC Section 1470)

Not Guilty

Defendant was facing a 10-year mandatory-minimum prison sentence. Defendant was charged in federal court in the Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division, with Count One: Coercion and Enticement of a Minor (18 USC Section 2422(b)); and Count Two: Transfer of obscene material to a minor (18 USC Section 1470). Donald H. Flanary, III. and his associate, Amanda I. Hernandez, were able not only to secure a NOT GUILTY verdict for their client, but also showed the jury that the government agent in the case unlawfully entrapped the defendant.

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Five (5) counts of Sexual Assault (Texas Penal Code Section 22.011)

Not Guilty

Defendant was charged in the 226th Judicial District Court of Bexar County, Texas, with 5 counts of felony sexual assault. Don Flanary was lead counsel and was able to effectively explain to the jury that the defendant’s encounter with the alleged victim was completely consensual, and that there was more to the story and the complainant was telling. After a week-long jury trial, the Defendant was acquitted of all charges.

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Indecency with a Child (Texas Penal Code Section 21.11)

Not Guilty

Defendant was charged in the 186th Judicial District Court of Bexar County, Texas, with the felony offense of engaging in sexual contact with a child under the age of 17 by contact. Donald H. Flanary, III. was lead counsel and his associate, Amanda I. Hernandez, was second chair. Throughout the trial, Don and Amanda were able to show that the State failed to do a thorough investigation of the matter and pointed out continuous errors and omissions by law enforcement. The offense was alleged to have been committed at a party at the defendant’s home, yet no witnesses were ever interviewed by the government. After a 5-day trial, the jury was able to understand the defendant’s story and he was found NOT GUILTY of offense charged.

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Attempted Sexual Assault (Texas Penal Code Section 22.011)

Not Guilty

Defendant came to Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, after losing a trial for attempted sexual assault in the 441st Judicial District Court of Midland County, Texas, and was going to be deported for the offense. After an investigation, the Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, found that constitutional violations had occurred in the defendant’s trial that negatively impacted him and lead to an unfair trial. After winning a Motion for a New Trial with the judge, Donald H. Flanary, III., and his associate, Amanda I. Hernandez, took the defendant’s case back to trial and were able to show the jury that the attempted assault had never been committed, but rather was an attempt to hurt the defendant by the complainant. Defendant was acquitted of the felony charge and was able to lawfully stay in the United States.

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13 Counts of Sexual Assault of a Child (Texas Penal Code Section 22.011)

MISTRIAL (Hung Jury); subsequently dismissed by the State

Defendant was charged by Indictment with 13 counts of Sexual Assault of a Child in 416th Judicial District Court of Collin County, Texas. The case involved a multitude of complex issues, including the Complainant having an intellectual disability and a life-long custody battle for her between her parents, with the defendant being the Complainant’s stepfather. Donald H. Flanary and his associate, Amanda I. Hernandez, tried the case with the assistance of local counsel and were able to successfully put up a fight at every stage of the proceeding. After a hard-fought, week-long trial, a mistrial was declared when 2 of the 12 jurors would not vote to join the other 10 in acquitting the defendant. After the mistrial, the State dropped all charges against the defendant.

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Intoxication Manslaughter (Texas Penal Code Section 49.08)

Not Guilty

Defendant was charged with the unfortunate death of a 10-year-old boy in this intoxication manslaughter case before the 379th Judicial District Court of Bexar County, Texas, and was facing up to 20 years in prison. Donald H. Flanary, III., and his co-counsel were able to show the defendant’s side of the story and point out other factors that lead up to the victim’s death, which were out of the defendant’s control. Don Flanary was also able to challenge the validity of the blood test done in the case, which he found issues with. Defendant was acquitted at trial.

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Burglary of Habitation (Texas Penal Code Section 30.02)

NOT GUILTY

Defendant was charged with entering a home without permission from the property owner, a second-degree felony. During the trial, Donald H. Flanary, III., was able to effectively tell the client’s story and explain why he should be found not guilty of the offense charged. Defendant was acquitted by the jury at trial.

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Driving While Intoxicated with a BAC of .15 or higher (Texas Penal Code Section 49.04)

Not Guilty

Defendant in this case was charged with DWI with a blood-alcohol concentration of .15 or higher in the County Court at Law No. 11 of Bexar County, Texas. Donald H. Flanary, III., and his associate, Amanda I. Hernandez, were able to show the jury that the defendant’s actions on the police video were at odds with the alleged blood-alcohol concentration. Don Flanary was able to challenge the science behind the testing and showed his expertise in DWI law to the jury. The jury was able to see that there was a disconnect between the alleged BAC and the video evidence and found the defendant not guilty at trial.

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Assault Bodily Injury – Married (Texas Penal Code Section 22.01)

NOT GUILTY

Defendant was charged with assaulting his wife, causing bodily injury in the County Court at Law No. 7 of Bexar County, Texas. Donald H. Flanary, III., advocated for his client’s rights and showed the jury that the offense did not occur did the way law enforcement said it did. The jury found the defendant not guilty at trial.

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Deadly Conduct (Texas Penal Code Section 22.05)

Not Guilty

Defendant was charged with deadly conduct in the County Court at Law No. 6 of Bexar County, Texas. Donald H. Flanary, III., assisted in the trial and helped attack the state’s investigation of the case. The defendant was acquitted at trial.

Charge

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Texas Penal Code Section 22.02)

DISMISSED DURING TRIAL

Donald H. Flanary, III., represented this Defendant who was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and facing 2-20 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. During the trial, the State decided to drop all charges against the defendant.

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Driving While Intoxicated (Texas Penal Code Section 49.04)

NOT GUILTY BY DIRECTED VERDICT AT TRIAL

Defendant was charged with DWI and was represented by Donald H. Flanary, III., at trial. During the trial, the defense moved for a directed verdict, arguing that there was no legally sufficient evidentiary basis for a reasonable jury to reach a conclusion that defendant was guilty. The motion was granted and the defendant was acquitted.

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Interference with Public Duties (Texas Penal Code § 38.15)

NOT GUILTY BY DIRECTED VERDICT AT TRIAL

Defendant was charged with Interference with Public Duties in the County Court at Law No. 14 of Bexar County, Texas. Associate Amanda I. Hernandez assisted in the trial and helped secure a not guilty by directed verdict. There, the officer’s testimony did not match the charging instrument and the defendant was acquitted.

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Driving While Intoxicated (Texas Penal Code Section 49.04)

Mistrial; subsequently dismissed after trial

Defendant was charged with DWI in Bexar county and was represented by Donald H. Flanary, III., at trial. After a jury trial ended in a mistrial, the case was subsequently dismissed by the State.

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Minor in Consumption (Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Section 106.04)

NOT GUILTY

No case is too small at the Flanary Law Firm, PLLC. In this case, the defendant was charged with minor in consumption after a group of college students was stopped on a public street and the officer alleged he “smelled alcohol” on defendant’s breath. At trial, Amanda Hernandez was able to show the jury that there was no evidence to suggest that an offense was committed and the defendant was found not guilty.

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Speeding 10% or More

NOT GUILTY

No case is too small at the Flanary Law Firm, PLLC. In this case, the defendant was charged with speeding 10% or more in Caldwell County, Texas. At trial, Amanda Hernandez was able to show the jury that the officer did not use proper procedure and that the alleged radar detector reading was false or in error. Defendant was found not guilty.