• Case Dismissed - Motion to Suppress Granted Possession of Marijuana 5lbs to 50lbs

    Court: Wise County 271st District Court

    Client charged with a 3rd Degree Felony, punishable between 2 to 10 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000, for allegedly housing a grow operation of 500 marijuana plants on their property. Additionally, the State sued to seize the client's 90 acres of land through civil asset forfeiture.

    Wise County Criminal Defense Lawyer David Sloane aggressively fought the state and successfully argued a Motion to Suppress on the basis of an unlawful search. As a result, both the criminal and civil asset forfeiture cases were dismissed! The client maintained their eligibility to have this incident expunged from their background and ownership of their property.

  • Charges Dismissed Deadly Conduct, Unlawful Carry of Weapon, and Possession of Marijuana <2oz

    Court: Johnson County Criminal Court Number 1 & Tarrant County Criminal Court Number 10

    Client charged with a Class A Misdemeanor in Johnson County, punishable up to one year in jail and a fine up to $4,000, for allegedly pointing a firearm at a person during an argument. Additionally, Client charged with a Class A and B Misdemeanor in Tarrant County for allegedly possessing a firearm and marijuana at the same time. 

    Johnson and Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyer Ian Routledge thoroughly reviewed all evidence and found video footage that undermined the Johnson County Attorney's theory and successfully negotiated a conditional dismissal. Subsequently, Attorney Ian Routledge negotiated a conditional dismissal for both Tarrant County charges as well. 

    Johnson and Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyer Ian Routledge successfully had all charges dismissed, protected the client from criminal prosecution, and maintained their eligibility for an expunction - which would remove these incidents from their record.

  • Unlawful Stop - Charge Dismissed Possession of Marijuana <2oz

    Court: Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 6

    Client stopped for faulty license plate light and arrested for Class B Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana <2oz in Arlington, Tarrant County. Attorney Ian Perez-Routledge found video evidence proving the client's license plate light was working and fought to secure a dismissal.

  • Charges Dismissed Keeping a Gambling Place & Intentionally & Knowingly Operate a Game Room

    Court: Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 2

    Local Tarrant County business owner accused of operating a gambling room, a Class A Misdemeanor punishable up to a year in the county jail in addition to a fine not to exceed $4,000. Attorney Ian Routledge negotiated a dismissal of all charges and protected the client from potential immigration issues as well. 

  • Charge Dismissed Possession of Marijuana <2oz

    Court: Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 7

    TSA found what appeared to be marijuana cigarettes inside of client's luggage at the Dallas - Fort Worth Airport. Attorney Ian Routledge negotiated a dismissal, protecting the client from up to 6 months in jail, and a fine up to $2,000.

  • Reduced to Class C Non-Reporting Probation Falsification of Drug Test Results

    Court: Tarrant County Criminal Court Number 6

    Client accused of falsifying a drug test result with a device, a Class A Misdemeanor punishable up to one year in the county jail and a fine not to exceed four thousand. Attorney Ian Routledge successfully negotiated an offer securing the Client 6 months Non-Reporting Deferred Adjudication Probation to a Lesser Included Class C offense. If successfully completed, the client will avoid the criminal conviction and maintain their expunction eligibility - meaning they can have this removed from their criminal record.

  • Case Dismissed, Motion to Suppress Granted POSS MARIJ < 2OZ

    Court: Wise County Court @ Law

    Invalid search after a prolonged traffic stop in Bridgeport, Texas. Client was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana under 2 ounces, a class B misdemeanor punishable by a maximum of 180 days in jail, with a $2,000 fine. The court granted defense motion to suppress all of the evidence based on the illegal search. Case was dismissed.