I called David on a tip from somebody I met in jail. i was looking at 5 to 99 and told him all the reasons I thought he could beat my case. None of those worked but we watched the arrest video and he showed me the little spots where he rhought the cop messed up. We finally went to court and it was true. He didnt do rhe search right and all the evidence was quashed. It was pretty cool and kinda saved my life.
This was super easy, super fast, and very convinent. he did an amazing job and was very helpful. if i ever need any help again, this is the man to call.
David Traylor Was Awesome!!! Highly Recommend For Tickets Or A Warrant (bail) !! Fast Service Also Was Helped At 4 am . Affordable.
He took care of everything in a very timely matter!!
Great service Mr. Traylor is honest he tells it to you how it is. Would not doubt in hiring him again. Thank you Mr. Traylor
I hired these guys to take care if two different tickets. They were straightforward, to the point, and affordable. I would recommend these guys to anyone looking for representation.
Great service, always ready to help and answer any questions you may have..
My client was advised by his immigration attorney in the Second City that he needed a dismissal or not guilty on his class C misdemeanor public intoxication charge. No other outcome would suffice. I set the case for trial and then went in prior and worked out a pretrial diversion dismissal for client. Ordinarily that would be no big deal but this is from a place that normally doesn't do that sort of thing. I won't say what city it was but it's not in Dallas County.
Walking away from Frank Crowley with another dismissal. This one on an Assault Family Violence case. We had a deal that the client worked to completion but at the last minute an old condition we had negotiated away from was revived. That sometimes happens in the process of negotiations with changing terms, different DA signatures, multiple pass slips and reassignment of prosecutors. But credit the old prosecutor for sticking to the original deal despite the lack of clarity.
Resetting all of client's pending felonies and misdemeanors so we can try to clear up a felony and misdemeanor from a more recent arrest. Will have to go to the Grand Jury to try to get that resolved.
Tough decision in court. Facing a plea of five years prison we got it down to four. We'd started at 7. And though we have a strong argument for suppression under a US Supreme Court case and the 4th Amendment, if we set the matter the state will add a paragraph to enhance the charge from a 3rd degree felony to a 2nd. That puts the client at risk for up to 20. It's not my time we're gambling with so as much as I'd like to fight to win a suppression hearing, it's just too risky in terms of years.
Posted bonds for a jail release on multiple tickets for a client with a DWI arrest. Tickets were in Dallas, Plano and Farmers Branch.
Helping a client in another county get his car out of jail. It was involved in a late night collision with road fixtures and other property. Trying to get the hold off the vehicle so he can get it towed to a repair facility. Also working to ensure that he is not charged with any of several possible criminal charges from the accident.
Resetting a client's possession of controlled substance manufacturing and delivery cases to try to allow time for my client to improve his situation before we have to dispose of his cases. Thankfully we have a reasonable prosecutor who's willing to work with us on this. Sometimes Justice can include a measure of compassion and forbearance.
Argued an ALR (Administrative License Revocation) hearing on behalf of a DWI client. Client was pulled from the vehicle and placed in handcuffs after a traffic stop and later arrested for driving while intoxicated. It's a breath test refusal and a blood draw warrant was not obtained. We'll have to wait for the administrative judge's finding to know whether we won or not.
Posting bonds and filing representation letters on City of Dallas Municipal Court matters. Among other things I'm representing a couple of old clients on some new illegal dumping cases.
Working on a video series to help people avoid falling into criminal trouble in unexpected ways. We're going to call it "The Accidental Criminal" Video Series. It will focus on crimes people who never intended to be criminals can find themselves charged with.
Client got moved to Tarrant County, booked in, arraigned and bonded back out. It all went exactly according to plan. He texted from the safety of home last night. Now we need to get towork on knocking out some of his cases.
Checked on an inmate client who we are trying to get moved to the Tarrant County Jail. But first we had to get 7 different misdemeanor and felony holds out of Dallas County cleared. That part's done. Now we wait for Tarrant County to come pick him up.
Just spent some time on the phone helpin a desperate gcaller with clarity of advice and counsel to get two people out of ICE custody after an immigration raid.
A Sherrif's Department employee stopped me in the courthouse to tell me she was retiring this week. She reminded me of a time I was at her window posting bond and I told her, "If you're ever in trouble, call me." I guess it made a big impression because she remembered that from over 13 years ago.
Tonight I vsited a client in jail who "caught" two new charges. I typically don't like to speak in terms of "catching" cases as it almost suggests they didn't do anything to get charged. But if anyone ever caught a case, this client did. In fact, he caught both a felony and a misdemeanor - possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence. From hearing his story I feel we've got a chance at beating both though. I've already started drafting a potential grand jury letter.