Recent Verdicts and Judgements

David Luna v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented Appellant with the trial court’s judgment revoking his community supervision. On May 23, 2016, Luna pled guilty to the offense of burglary of a habitation. The trial court sentenced him to ten years in prison, suspended the sentence, and placed Luna on community supervision for eight years. Thereafter, the State moved to revoke Lun ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - TX)

Patricia Brown Edwards v. Mayra Brown Burton

San Antonio, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented defendant with an order striking appellant’s brief. On December 20, 2021, this court issued an order striking appellant’s brief and ordering appellant to file an amended brief in compliance with the Texas Rules of Appellant Procedure. Our order cautioned that a failure to comply would result in dismissal of this appeal for want of ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - TX)

In the Interest of L.J.C., X.I.C., Z.S.C., E.A.C., L.C.C., and A.R.G., Children

San Antonio, Texas – Child Custody lawyer represented defendant with appealing the terminating of her parental rights to the children. The six children who are the subject of this case ranged in age from an infant to a six-yearold at the time of removal. The Department removed the children from Mother’s custody in May 2020 after six months of family based services based on concerns for Mot ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - TX)

Gabriel Anthony v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a criminal case that has NO right of appeal. Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure provides that an appeal “must be dismissed if a certification that shows the defendant has the right of appeal has not been made part of the record under these rules.” TEX. R. APP. P. 25.2(d). The clerk’s record contains a written plea ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - TX)

Kevin Debnam v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge. The clerk’s record and a supplemental clerk’s record were filed on July 26, 2021 and August 19, 2021, respectively. Neither record contained a final judgment. The deputy clerk of this court contacted the trial court clerk and determined that appellant had not yet be ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - TX)

Jubilee Academic Center, Inc. v. School Model Support, LLC d/b/a/ Athlos Academies

San Antonio, Texas – Governmental Law lawyer represented appellant with a governmental immunity in the underlying breach-of contract dispute. Appellant, Jubilee Academic Center, Inc. (“Jubilee”), is a non-profit corporation that operates open-enrollment charter schools throughout Texas. Appellee, School Model Support d/b/a Athlos Academies (“Athlos”), is an education service provider ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - )

State of Oklahoma v. K.B.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma criminal lawyer represented Defendant charged with first-degree manslaughter by a youthful offender. ¶1 Appellee, K.B., is charged as a Youthful Offender with Manslaughter in the First Degree, in violation of 21 O.S.2011, § 711(3), in Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CF-2021-5362. On January 6, 2022, the State filed a Motion for Imposition of an Adult Sentence. Ei ... More $0 (09-28-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Sergio Garcia-Lara

Dallas, Texas criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with illegal reentry after deportation in violation of f 8 U.S.C. § 1326(a) and (b)(1). Pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, as amended, it is the judgment of the Court that the defendant, Sergio Garcia-Lara, is hereby committed to the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons for a period of TWELVE (12) months. This sent ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Magali Villalobos v. Ryan's Pointe Houston, LLC and Advantage Property Management, LLC

Houston, Texas civil rights lawyers represented Plaintiffs, who sued defendant on a job discrimination theory. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit against Ryan’s Pointe Houston, L.L.C. and Advantage Property Management, L.L.C., alleging the companies had engaged in national origin and sex-based discrimination. Magali Villalobos, the subject of the adverse employment action at ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

United States of America v. Tywon D. Cason

Cleveland, Ohio criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Without the reduction, Cason’s advisory Guidelines range became 100 to 125 months. The court varied downward based on Cason’s difficult childhood and mental health challenges, imposing concurrent 96-month sentences on both counts of conviction. Because the 96-month sentence was dri ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - OH)

United States of America v. James A. Jones

Kansas City, Missouri criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with felony possession of a firearm. On November 9, 2020, a Kansas City nightclub surveillance camera recorded Raymond Douglas pulling a gun as he approached a parked vehicle. Someone in the vehicle shot Douglas. James Jones was in the parking lot. He picked up the gun Douglas dropped and left the scene before police arrived. ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - MO)

United States of America v. Stavrou Associates, Inc., et al.

Baltimore, Maryland civil litigation lawyers represented Defendants accused of violating the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to build 11 multi-family housing complexes in Maryland with required accessible features for people with disabilities. As part of the settlement, the defendants also agreed to make extensive retrofits to remove accessibility barriers at ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - MD)

United States of America v. Clinton Proctor

Greenbelt, Maryland criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and cocaine, and for illegal possession of a machinegun. According to Larry Clinton Proctor’s guilty plea, between May 13, 2021 and June 24, 2021, law enforcement arranged four controlled purchases of a total of approximately 194 grams of crack cocaine from Proctor. O ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - MD)

United States of America v. Rusmaldy Jimenez-Hiciano

Allentown, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged for his role in perpetrating a mail fraud scheme to steal high-end electronics from his former employer, Walmart. In June 2022, the Rusmaldy Jimenez-Hiciano, 38, of Goose Creek, SC, pleaded guilty to four counts of mail fraud and admitted in court that he masterminded a scheme to steal and re-sell expensive electronics. In ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - PA)

United States of America v. Kyle Young

Washington, DC criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with assaulting a police officer during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Kyle Young, age 38, from Redfield, Iowa, was among a mob of people participating in the assault of law enforcement officers in the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol and the Archway that leads into the building. A group of officers from the U ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - DC)

United States of America v. Nicole Gaines

Johnstown, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with conspiracy to distribute meth. From July 2019 to June 2020, Nicole Gaines, age 42, from Clearfield, Pennsylvania, conspired to distribute 500 grams or more of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. Assistant United States Attorney Maureen Sheehan-Balchon prosecuted this case on beha ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - PA)

United States of America v. William D. Foster

Miami, Florida criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with running a sex trafficking organization for more than 20 years that exploited dozens of vulnerable women and girls. At any given time, up to 15 women and girls lived with, and worked for, William D. Foster, age 60. Through manipulation, lies, and threats, Foster forced his victims to work at South Florida exotic dance clubs an ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - FL)

United States of America v. Devan Nathaniel Johnson and Brandon Wayne Killian

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with aiding and abetting a hate crime in violation of 18 U.S.C. 249 and 18 U.S.C. 2. On Jan. 18, 2022, a federal grand in the Western District of Oklahoma returned a two-count Indictment charging Defendants, Devan Nathanial Johnson, 28, and Brandon Wayne Killian, 31, who are white, and who physically assaulted a Black man ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - OK)

City of Eagle Pass v. Isabel Velasquez Perez, individually and a/n/f of Vanessa Velasquez, minor

San Antonio, Texas – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with appealing from an order in a personal injury lawsuit. This case arises from an accident that occurred on Garrison Street in Eagle Pass, Texas. Isabel’s petition alleged that Vanessa was attempting to cross Garrison Street in Eagle Pass after completing her work shift at Burger King, at about 10:30 p.m., when a vehicle ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

Elizabeth Herrera v. Godoy Tejeda

Tulsa County, personal injury car wreck lawyer, Mark L. Miller, represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant for auto negligence theory seeking more than $10,000.00 in damages, claiming to have been injured and/or damaged in excess of $10,000.00. Mark L. Miller ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - OK)

City of San Antonio by and through The San Antonio Water System v. Campbellton Road, LTD

San Antonio, Texas – Breach of Contract lawyer represented Appellant with defending a breach of contract claim. On July 29, 2020, Appellee Campbellton Road Ltd. (“Campbellton”) brought a breach of contract and declaratory judgment action against SAWS. SAWS is a water, wastewater, and water re-use agency of the City of San Antonio. In its live petition, Campbellton alleges that it is the ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

Patrick McDaniel v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Commercial, Oil & Gas lawyer represented Appellees/Cross-Appellant with a oil & gas lease case. The parties1 entered into three identical oil and gas leases containing an MFN clause in 2009. 2 These leases are known as the “A leases.” Article II of the A leases required EP Energy to pay $500 in bonuses per net mineral acre for the right to lease MSB’s real propert ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

Patrick McDaniel v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Commercial, Oil & Gas lawyer represented Appellees/Cross-Appellant with a oil & gas lease case. The parties1 entered into three identical oil and gas leases containing an MFN clause in 2009. 2 These leases are known as the “A leases.” Article II of the A leases required EP Energy to pay $500 in bonuses per net mineral acre for the right to lease MSB’s real propert ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - TX)

United States of America v. Liang "Paul" Chen

Los Angeles, California criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with filing false tax returns that failed to report more than $4.8 million over a five-year period. Liang “Paul” Chen, 63, the owner of the Chino-based construction company Mass Development, Inc (MDI), who is identified in court documents as a resident of Los Angeles County, admitted in court that he filed false corpor ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - CA)

United States of America v. Aman Khan

Los Angeles, California criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with selling bogus aircraft part and for falsifying related documents. Amanullah Khan, age 73, from Riverside, California, pleaded guilty on June 6 to two counts of fraud involving aircraft parts in interstate and foreign commerce, admitting that he sold fraudulent, counterfeit and unapproved aircraft parts from his Riversi ... More $0 (09-27-2022 - CA)

Gregory A. Ruggles v. Jacqueline Ruggles, Executor of the Estate of Donald Ruggles

Rock Island, Illinois civil litigation lawyers represented the parties in a family company dispute. For the last seven years Don and Greg Ruggles have been the only two shareholders of their family company, a closely held corporation called XPAC. Greg held all the nonvoting shares (totaling 99% of the company’s stock), and Don held all the voting shares (the remaining 1%). Under the terms of Do ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - IL)

United States of America v. Growtech Industries, LLC v. Mary Mechanix, L.L.P., et al.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff and Defendants in a breach of contract case. Plaintiff is a New York-based company that manufactures cannabox containers. These containers are used to grow and cultivate cannabis. On February 8, 2019, Defendant Mary Mechanix, LLP, entered into a sales agreement with Plaintiff for the purchase of multiple cannabox containers va ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OK)

Pizza Inn, Inc. v. Fawzi Odetallah

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff and Defendant in a breach of franchise agreement dispute. In 2007, Pizza Inn and Mr. Odetallah entered into a franchise agreement (“2007 Franchise Agreement”), granting Mr. Odetallah a non-exclusive license to use Pizza Inn's proprietary trademarks in connection with the restaurant located at 2224 North 14th Street, Ponca ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OK)

Chris Whinery v. Premier Funeral Management Group IV, LLC

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a wrongful termination theory. Plaintiff Chris Whinery was employed by Defendant Premier Funeral Management Group IV, LLC (“Premier”) from the time it purchased his parents' funeral home business in October 2014 until Premier terminated his employment in December 2019. At the time of the purchase, P ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Kaira Leigh Wilson

Muskogee, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with one count of child abuse in Indian Country. On or about March 12, 2020, within the Eastern District of Oklahoma, in Indian Country, the defendant, Kaira Leigh Wilson, an Indian, did willfully and maliciously cause and threaten harm to the health, safety, and welfare of K.M., a child under the age of eighteen, by willfully ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Patrick Ethan Brashers

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with one count of felony assault resulting in serious bodily injury in Indian country and one count of misdemeanor assault by stiking, beating and wounding. Defendant pled guilty to two counts of assault-one count of felony assault resulting in serious bodily injury in Indian country and one count of misdemeanor assault by striking ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Ji Chaoqun

Chicago, Illinois criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with acting illegally within the United States as an agent of the People's Republic of China. Ji Chaoqun, age 31, was found guilty on one count of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government, specifically the People’s Republic of China, without first notifying the Attorney General; one count of acting as an agent of t ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - IL)

United States of America v. Justin Cain

Indianapolis, Indiana criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. On November 16, 2019, Lebanon Police Department officers responded to a caller who indicated that a suspicious man in a grey sweatshirt was walking around their house in Lebanon. When officers arrived at the scene, they saw a man wearing a grey sweatshirt in the area, who was l ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - IN)

United States of America v. Luis Hernandez Socarras and Jorge Hernandez Socarras

Cleveland, Ohio criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with participating in a nationwide scheme in which they fraudulently gained access to approximately 2,366 AT&T mobile accounts. From March 2019 to January 2020, Luis Hernandez Socarras and Jorge Hernandez Socarras, both age 27, were part of a nationwide scheme in which they fraudulently gained access to approximately 2,366 AT&T mob ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - OH)

United States of America v. Biogen, Inc.

Boston, Massachusetts criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with violating the False Claims Act by causing the submission of false claims to Medicare and Medicaid by paying kickbacks to physicians to induce them to prescribe Biogen drugs. In his lawsuit filed in the District of Massachusetts, Bawduniak alleged that Biogen paid kickbacks to physicians to induce them to prescribe the c ... More $843,805,187 (09-26-2022 - MA)

United States of America v. Abidermi Rufai

Tacoma, Washington criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Abidermi Rufai was the Special Assistant to the Governor of Nigeria’s Ogun State. He admitted a long history of using stolen identities to defraud U.S. disaster programs, including aid for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and file fraudulent U.S. tax returns. At the sentencing heari ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - WA)

United States of America v. Eri Gutberto Parra-Lopez

Austin, Texas criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with distributing fentanyl. Between May 2021 and July 2021, Eri Gutberto Parra-Lopez, age 25, from Phoenix, a then active-duty Army Sergeant stationed at Fort Hood, sold approximately 3,150 tablets of fentanyl, weighing about 3,349 kgs., to undercover officers in and around the Austin area. On April 20, 2022, Parra pleaded guilty t ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - TX)

Lavelle Simpson v. The State of Texas

San Antonio, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a evading arrest and detention and with possession of cocaine charges. Lavelle Simpson was indicted with two felony offenses. In the underlying cause, Cause No. 2018CR10236, he was indicted with evading arrest and detention, second offense (or habitual). In Cause No. 2018CR10237, he was indicted, as a habitual offende ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - TX)

Pinnacle Roofing Systems, Inc. and Charles Schibi v. MG Building Materials, Ltd.

San Antonio, Texas – Business Law lawyer represented Appellants with a contract dispute,In early 2012, Pinnacle entered into a “Commercial Credit Application and Agreement” (the “Agreement”) with MG. Schibi signed as President of Pinnacle and individually as guarantor. 04-21-00160-CV - 2 - Under the Agreement, MG extended a line of credit for goods and services that required Pinnacle ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - TX)

Johnny Vasquez v. Sonia Sotello

San Antonio, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellant with a forcible detainer case. In this appeal of a judgment in a forcible detainer case, no reporter’s record was taken. After the clerk’s record was filed, Appellant filed his brief on November 24, 2021, but Appellant’s brief did not comply with Rule 38.1 of the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure. See TEX. R. APP. P. 38.1. ... More $0 (09-26-2022 - TX)

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