Criminal Cases Conroe Texas

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Trial Success

Trial Success Conroe Texas



What makes a good attorney is not only the client's ability to be able to contact their attorney, and his support staff that takes care of his clients in his absence, but his ability in trial. Mr. Jackson has participated in approximately 200 jury trials with success. Attorneys that say they do not lose, do not try cases. As with any experienced trial attorney, cases are won and lost, and the facts, law and the experience of the attorney, all play factors in the ultimate result. We have tried to obtain accurate records of successful trial results but due to numerous records being destroyed in the event of a not-guilty verdict and the age of the records, some records are no longer available. The following is a list of some of our recent trials and the results.

We have identified cases that have been dismissed by reviewing court house records. However, these numbers are typically not indicative of an attorney's ability in trial and are usually a ruse by some attorney web sites to bolster stats and results. Cases are dismissed every day to obtain convictions in a companion case and are typically no indication of an attorney's trial ability.

Every case is different from another. The purpose for showing results from previous cases is to show you that this firm has represented numerous clients in jury trials with successful results in the past. As with any attorney, jury trials are won and lost, and your case will ultimately be judged and decided on the facts and law applicable. Unfortunately, records of trial victories were not kept, and most of these records have had to be reconstructed from memory as most of the records from Not-Guilty verdicts have been destroyed by both our office and the court system.

The majority of jury trials below are associated with criminal trials and not family law cases. This is due to state laws that only allow for family law cases to go to a jury trial in few circumstances. The majority of family law cases are tried to a judge and not a jury. Our firm has extensive family law trial experience dating back to 1992. Mr. Jackson has been hired to act as co-counsel in family law cases where other attorneys have taken their own family law cases to a jury.

THE LIST BELOW REFLECTS COURT RECORDS AND OUR RECORDS FROM 2004 - TO PRESENT. MOST RECORDS FROM PRIOR TO 2004 WERE UNABLE TO BE OBTAINED OR HAVE BEEN DESTROYED. ALL OTHER CASES LISTED ARE FROM MEMORY AS RECORDS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED DUE TO AGE. ALSO, MANY CASES HAVE BEEN EXPUNGED SO THE CLIENTS' NAMES CANNOT BE MENTIONED.

State of Texas v. J.D. 1994, Burglary of a Habitation.; Not Guilty

State of Texas v. D.P. December 1995, Possession of Controlled Substances. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.W.  1995, DWI Appeal;  Beaumont Court of Appeals ruled traffic stop was illegal causing the dismissing the DWI.

State of Texas v. J.N. 1995, 410th District Court Montgomery County, Texas; Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. Montgomery County, Not Guilty

City of Willis v. __________, 1996, DUI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. __________,1997, Trespass. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. D.C. 1998, Montgomery County, Texas. Criminal Trespass. Not Guilty.

Lowes Burglary Case. 1999, Burglary of a Building / Theft. Not Guilty. (Lowes Burglary Case)

State of Texas v. B.S. 1998; DWI County Court at Law No. 2. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. R.L.  1999, Disorderly Conduct;  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.V. 2000, Walker County, Sexual Assault. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.V. 2001, Walker County, Sexual Assault. Guilty. State of Texas asked for 20 years in prison, Mr. Jackson successfully argued for probation from the jury.

State of Texas v. M.P. 2001, Capital Murder of two people. Competency trial and Mr. Jackson successfully argued to the jury to find M.P. incompetent, and she was sent to the Vernon State Hospital. The State of Texas was seeking the death penalty and after three competency trials, the State conceded and agreed to a life sentence.

State of Texas v. J.B.2002, Capital Murder of three people. State seeking the death penalty. Punishment trial won, and Burkett received a life sentence.

State of Texas v. J.H. 2002, Sexual Assault of a Child. In a guilty plea and punishment hearing, the State requested 20 years in prison. Mr. Jackson was successful in obtaining probation.

State of Texas v. D.M.  2002, Criminally Negligent Homicide. Punishment trial to the Court and Judge sentenced D.M. to the minimum six months.

State of Texas v. J.M. 2002, DWI Felony in the 284th District Court. Hung Jury. It resulted in a misdemeanor offer.

State of Texas v. J.O. October 2002, Disregarding Stop Sign. Not Guilty

State of Texas v. R.H. 2003, DWI. Harris County.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. _________, 2003, Montgomery County, Texas, DWI Misdemeanor. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. S.T. 2003, DWI;  Hung jury.

State of Texas v. _________ , 2004, Class C DUI in City of Shenandoah;  Not Guilty

State of Texas v. H.P. March 2004 Montgomery County DWI. Not guilty.

State of Texas v. C.Y. May 2004,  DWI Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. D.Y. May 2004, Montgomery County, Texas. D.W.I. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.A. December 2004, Montgomery County, Texas. D.W.I. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.T. 2005, Capital Murder, home invasion and death of a girl.  Trial and defendant received only twenty years.

State of Texas v. J.S. October 2005,  Capital Murder.  State sought the death penalty and defendant received only 6 years  in prison.

State of Texas v. J.H. November 2005,   Harris County. DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.L. March 2006, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child (14 children) Hung Jury 11-1 for Not Guilty. State dismissed charges.

State of Texas v. W.T. October 2006, Delivery of Controlled Substance / Dog Fighting. Defendant was linked to several nationally known professional sports stars in the regarding dog fighting. Defendant was accused of numerous large drug deliveries, and money laundering.  Further, there were suspicions of Capital Murder.  Highly publicized in the Houston Chronicle, Conroe Courier and surrounding area.

State of Texas v. W.B. 2006, State wanted life sentence.  Sentenced to 11 years.

State of Texas v. D.J. October 2006, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child; Guilty (Probation given by jury).

State of Texas v. D.W. November 2006, DWI.  During trial, Mr. Jackson was successful in having the Judge declare a mistrial.

State of Texas v. W.B. 2006, State wanted life sentence.  Sentenced to 11 years.

State of Texas v. G.P. November 2006, DWI Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. D.W. DWI dismissed on day of trial.

State of Texas v. F.F. 2007, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. S.F. March 2007,   Brazoria County.  Assault.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. S.Y. April 2007,  Walker County DWI.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. R.A. April 2007, Montgomery County Assault Class A. Not Guilty of the Class A, Guilty of Class C Assault.

Divorce Jury Trial (Custody - See High Profile Cases) 2007, Maintained Custody for client.

State of Texas v. C.M. August 2007, DWI.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. W.P. October 2007,   Sexual Assault of a Child. Hung Jury.

State of Texas v. M.K. December 2007,   DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. MG January 2008,  DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.A. 2008, DWI, Client admitted to drinking 10 beers. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. T.J. March 2008, White collar fraud $ 2.7 Million Theft allegation.- Punishment trial - 15 years.  State wanted 55 years.

State of Texas. v. R.S. May 2008, D.W.I and Fail to Identify Fugitive. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. D.H. October 2008, Murder.  State seeking life, pled in trial to 10 years.

State of Texas v. L.F. October 2008, Harris County, DWI.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. C.U. October 2008, DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. R.G. November 2008,  DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. E.J. February 2009; DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. M.B. March 2009, DWI Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. A.N. May 2009,  DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. A.R. May 2009,  DWI. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. W.M. August 2009, Murder. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.R. January 2010, Assault. Hired on the day of trial and with no preparation picked a jury and tried the case. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. Juvenile  May 2010, Juvenile Capital Murder;  State seeking maximum sentence and capital murder finding was prevented.

State of Texas v. J.K. May 2010,  Case reversed on appeal and all evidence suppressed.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. R.B. August 2010, Boating While Intoxicated. Hung Jury, resulted in dismissal.

Divorce Trial / Custody and Property November 2010, ($20 Million Estate) Won custody for the client and a multi-million dollar
settlement for the client. 

State of Texas v. R.H. December 2010, Assault. Dismissed on day of trial.

State of Texas v. CM February 2011, Assault Family Violence.  Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. M.F. March 2011, Sexual Assault of Child. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. M.F. May 2012, Appeal of Enticing a Child. Court of Appeals reversed conviction and life sentence. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. J.T. June 2012, DWI. Dismissed.

State of Texas v. C.G. July 2012, DWI. Dismissed. Refiled as Public Intoxication.

State of Texas v. K.G. November 2012, BWI. Dismissed.

State of Texas v. J.F. December 2012. Assault Family Violence. Not Guilty.

State of Texas v. P.S. March 2013. BWI. Dismissed.

State of Texas v. J.T. February 2013, DWI 2nd. Dismissed. Refiled as Obstruction of a Highway.

State of Texas v. S.B. March 2013, DWI & DWI 2nd. One DWI dismissed. Conviction on the other.

In the Interest of J.A and G.A. March 2013, CPS parental rights termination 4 week jury trial. Won jury verdict returning children to their family.

In the Interest of _____. May 2013. Family law child custody jury trial. Successfully resolved on 5th day of trial.

State of Texas v. K.F. May 2013, DWI 2nd. DWI Dismissed, Refiled as Reckless Driving.

State of Texas v. T.G. June 2013, DWI. Dismissed.

State of Texas v. L.M. October 2013. Police Officer charged with Failing to Stop and Give Information. Not Guilty

State of Texas v. Robert Wilson 2014. Capital Murder / Death Penalty Case. Negotiated a 20 year sentence.

State of Texas v. C.P. April 2014. DWI 2nd. Dismissed after analyzing video and audio from the traffic stop and finding that arresting officer was untruthful.

In the Interest of L.B. September 2014. A foster mother sought to terminate the parental rights of a baby's parents. Won Temporary Custody of the baby and then successfully negotiated custody to the foster mother and terminated the parents rights.

State of Texas v. A.N. October 2014 – Montgomery County, Texas. - Client accused of Aggravated Assault and facing up to 20 years in prison. Plead to a Class B misdemeanor.

State of Texas v. Christian Olsen 2014. Pending. Capital Murder / Death Penalty case in Brazos County Texas.

State of Texas v. Ron Reynolds (Texas State Representative) November 2014. 11 felony counts of Barrratry. Not guilty on all felony counts. Guilty of a misdemeanor only. A mistrial was granted and misdemeanor conviction set aside.

State of Texas v. G.F. March 2015 - Montgomery County, Texas – D.W.I. 2nd. Dismissed.

State of Texas v. M.W. April 2015 – Montgomery County, Texas – DWI and Possession of Controlled Substance. Dismissed

State of Texas v. R.S. May 2015 – Montgomery County, Texas. Client accused of Aggravated Assault and facing 20 years in prison and after trips to the scene and obtaining and researching records on the complaining witness. Dismissed.

May 2015 – State of Texas v. K.W., Montgomery County, Texas. Charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance a 1st Degree Felony. Reduced to a Class A Misdemeanor.

State of Texas v. J.H. July 2015.  Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Harris County. Charges dismissed and pled to probation on Injury to a Child

State of Texas v. V.J. September 2015 – Montgomery County, Texas. Dismissal. Mr. Jackson took over for another attorney who had recommended V.J. plead guilty to 30 years in prison. Mr. Jackson took over the case, researched the traffic stop and the officer’s actions and got the case dismissed.

State of Texas v. M.J., September 2015 – Montgomery County, Texas. Online Solicitation of a Minor. State offered prison and Mr. Jackson assisted the trial counsel and jury gave probation.

State of Texas v. D.P. October 2015 – Montgomery County, Texas. Statue held unconstitutional. Client charged with Online Solicitation of a Minor. He was accused of texting and showing up meet a minor for sex in a police sting.

State of Texas v. M.M., December 2015- Montgomery County, Texas. DWI dismissed.

State of Texas v. CVS, January 2017 – Polk County, Texas. Hindering a Secured Creditor, Obtaining Credit by Fraud, and Securing Execution of a Document by Deception. – 3 NOT GUILTY Verdicts Real estate developer was accused of seven felonies relating to financing, real estate documents and the development of a large lake front development involving millions of dollars. Mr. Jackson successfully had four of the indictments dismissed and after a week-long jury trial obtained three not guilty verdicts. Mr. Jackson was also brought into the civil case to assist the civil litigation.

State of Texas v. J.L. February 2017 – Montgomery County, Texas. Online Solicitation of a Child. Court of Criminal Appeals accepted Petition for Discretionary Review to decide if the statute is unconstitutional based on objections that Mr. Jackson made during the trial.

State of Texas v. J.S., February 2017 – Montgomery County, Texas. Continuous Sexual Assault of a Child. Client was facing 25-99 years in prison. We found thousands of records on the complaining witness juvenile and negotiated a probation plea to Injury to a Child and client did not have to register as a sex offender.

 Total Dismissals (Misdemeanors) from 2004 to 2011 are 421 misdemeanors - per County Clerk records - as of April 2011.

Total Dismissals (Felonies) from 1996 to 2011 are 137 felonies - per District Clerk records - as of April 2011.

Appeals Mr. Jackson has authored 47 appeals to the Courts of Appeals in Texas on offenses ranging from DWI, Sexual Assault to Capital Murder - as of July 2013

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