State of Texas vs Ruben:
The Charge: Client was pulled over after an officer witnessed him purchasing alcohol & placing it in the front seat. A DWI Task Force officer was called to perform Field Sobriety Tests. After providing a breath sample, he was arrested for DWI. Mr. Butler did a Motion to Suppress the traffic stop.
State of Texas vs Chanaba:
The Charge: Client was leaving Twin Peaks restaurant, he was speeding, going 75 in a 65 mph zone. He failed Field Sobriety Test’s at the scene and refused to provide a breath specimen. We set this case for trial.
State of Texas vs Penaflor:
The Charge: Client’s car broke down on the highway. When an officer arrived on the scene, she alleged he was backing up on the Beltway. The client provided a breath sample of .113.
State of Texas vs Fredricks:
The Charge: Client was found asleep in his car which was parked on a bridge facing the wrong way on a one way street. The Client blew a .079. However, he voluntarily gave a blood specimen which showed recent consumption of opiates and marijuana.
State of Texas vs Duncan:
The Charge: Client was facing a 2nd DWI charge. He hit an off duty police officer from behind. Inside his vehicle, officers found un-prescribed Xanax, and an open container of alcohol. This was a blood test case that we set for trial.
State of Texas vs Malchow:
The Charge: Client was pulled over for speeding, 65 in a 35 mph. zone. He admitted to drinking 7 beers at a sports bar. He failed the sobriety tests both at the scene, and at the HPD “intox room”. Client was acquitted after a 3 day jury trial.
State of Texas vs Ine:
The Charge: Client blew a 0.13 after being stopped for speeding 60 in a 35. Client failed all FST tests. Case was set for Trial. Mr. Butler filed a motion to suppress based on a prolonged detention.
State of Texas vs Guardia:
The Charge: Felony DWI (3rd) The client’s blood test came back a 0.079. State pursued due to the clients poor performance on the Field Sobriety Tests and the fact that they found a bottle of liquor in the front seat which the client admitted to drinking. State would not dismiss, so we had to set it for Jury Trial.
State of Texas vs Crouch:
The Charge: Client’s vehicle left the roadway and struck a house at 3 a.m. The client agreed to a breath test which showed that an interferant was present. Officers alleged strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Said he failed all sobriety tests. The State wouldn’t back down and we had to set the case for trial.
State of Texas vs Cruz:
The Charge: Client pulled over for speeding, officers took him for a breath test where he blew a .14. After several months of gathering evidence the case was set for trial, and motions to suppress were filed.
State of Texas vs Martinez:
The Charge: Client was pulled over after a 911 call was made and the officer saw the defendant fail to maintain a single lane. Field Sobriety Tests were conducted. Defendant was arrested and blew a .10 in the Intoxilyzer.
State of Texas vs Robertson:
The Charge: Client was pulled over for speeding and it is alleged that he failed field sobriety tests. He was taken to the station to provide breath test (result 0.16) which was twice the legal limit.
State of Texas vs Hines:
The Charge: Client had a flat tire on the freeway. A tow truck driver called 911 saying a person was passed out behind the wheel. The Officer arrived performed Field Sobriety Tests, and charged our client with his 2nd DWI. Mr. Butler set this case for trial .
State of Texas vs Rineman:
The Charge: Client was arrested on No Refusal Weekend after speeding 65 in a 45. Officer performed Field Sobriety Tests and our client refused Breath Test. Blood taken by warrant. Mr. Butler set this case for Trial. The state could not find the blood warrant therefore making it invalid.
State of Texas vs Estrada:
The Charge: Our Client was found passed out at a red light for several hours. Their passenger was taken to the hospital for possible alcohol poisoning. They did poorly on Field Sobriety Tests and Refused Breath or Blood Tests. Mr. Butler set this case for trial.