Case Wins

Cases Won By The Medlin Law Firm Team

Acquitted: Drug Delivery Charge of Over 100 Pounds of Marijuana

The client had delivered over 100 pounds of marijuana to an undercover officer and had prior drug arrests and probations and was looking at a possible long prison sentence for delivering drugs – potentially a life sentence. We had demanded, prior to the trial, disclosure of any confidential informants or snitches used by the police ...

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Not Guilty for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Charge with .20 blood test

Our client was stopped as he pulled into a taco restaurant drive through late in the evening. After admitting that he had a few beers earlier, the police officer had our client do the DWI field sobriety tests. Even though our client did well on those tests, but not perfect, the officer arrested and charged ...

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Not Guilty by Jury: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Charge

Our client worked in air conditioning service and repair. He was stopped for a traffic violation and admitted to having a couple of drinks earlier. He did terribly on the DWI sobriety tests and looked to the police and prosecutors to be very intoxicated. He was arrested and charged for DWI. At trial, we were ...

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Jury Acquittal for Capital Murder Charge

It was Christmas time and our client was going to walk to a holiday party. He stopped at his neighborhood convenience store to buy a scratch-off ticket – and was a winner! Just then a gang member walked in and pointed a gun at the store owner and demanded the cash. The gang member then ...

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Not Guilty by Jury After Blowing .14 with Breathalyzer Test

Our client was stopped for a traffic violation and admitted to having a few drinks earlier. The client did okay on the field sobriety tests, but was arrested and submitted to a breathalyzer test – the result was .14. We were able to show the jury how unreliable the breathalyzer is and how the particular ...

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Tried for Intoxication Manslaughter

Our client was in court accepting probation for possessing a controlled substance. After appearing before the judge and meeting with a probation officer, she drove home. On the way she fell asleep and drifted onto the shoulder of the highway, running over a man who had parked on the shoulder with car trouble, killing him ...

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Possession 4-200g Cocaine with Intent to Deliver

Our client had a prior felony conviction and was looking at a minimum of 15 years in prison if convicted of possession with intent to deliver cocaine. Police officers had a tip that he was in possession of cocaine and knocked on his door. They claimed that the client allowed them to come in where ...

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Assault, Fort Worth – Case Dismissed

Our client was arrested for assault bodily injury to a family member. She was accused of punching her boyfriend. After only two Fort Worth, TX court appearances, we convinced the DA to dismiss her case without her having to do any classes, community service, probation, or pay any fines or court costs. Attorney: Matt Peacock

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Felony Drug Case, Tarrant County – Reduced To Misdemeanor

Our client was arrested for felony possession of controlled substance (cocaine) under 1 gram and unlawful carry of weapon (UCW) in Tarrant County, TX. After discussing the holes in the DA’s case involving a potential illegal search of our client; they agreed to reduce the felony charge down to a misdemeanor and dismissed the gun ...

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