Texas A & M Criminal Defenders, Murray Newman and Tyler Flood

Recent Criminal Case Results

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. McCamy - NOT GUILTY - Client blew a .11 an hour after being stopped but looked excellent on video at the scene. State did not prove intoxication beyond a reasonable doubt and jury returned a 15 minute not guilty verdict.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Outlaw - NOT GUILTY - Client ran a red light while towing a boat. A bottle of Jaeger and vodka were found in the truck as well as numerous empties in the boat. Client refused the breath test saying he knew he had too much and wouldn’t pass. The jury found reasonable doubt of intoxication.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Robinson - NOT GUILTY - Despite bad driving facts and open alcohol containers found in car, State could not prove intoxication beyond a reasonable doubt.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Bernal – NOT GUILTY – Client was arrested for Felony DWI (3rd DWI in 6 years) after being stopped for swerving all over the road. A search of his car found two cold beers inside it. The officer had a hard time remembering details from the arrest and did not provide those details in his offense report. Client performed well on the station video. Jury found reasonable doubt and acquitted Client.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Burrell – NOT GUILTY – Jury thought client may have been intoxicated but State did not present enough evidence to prove intoxication beyond a reasonable doubt.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Greening - NOT GUILTY - Client pulled over for weaving and admitted to drinking a few drinks, Officer botched HGN and client refused all other Field Sobriety Tests and refused Breath Test.

Charges: DWI - Verdict: Not Guilty - Details: State v. Evans - NOT GUILTY - Lee County – Client’s 6th DWI arrest, County Judges’s first jury trial and County Attorney’s first defeat. 911 reported client was speeding and swerving through town. Client found passed out in his car at random local business with a 40 ounce Mickey’s in a brown paper bag next to him.