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..
Both Mr Taylor and his secretary were very nice and saw things through from start to finish. Mr Taylor is very professional and made me feel like I was important and not just another client. I would highly recommend him.
it was fast...he was the only place that answers my call that time of night....Mr.Traylor was on it...now he's out and gone to work....Mr. Traylor is a God send in my time of need...he will always get my family's business. Thank you.
Today we inched closer to great outcomes on several cases. Some days nothing gets finished but we're always working towards better results. And we also had some new calls come in on some people we're really looking forward to helping. More and more, our favorite clients are people who never thought they'd need a criminal defense lawyer. These are people who don't walk out the door in the morning intending to commit a criminal act, but by the end of the day, somehow they've had to bond out of jail. Or maybe they get a call from a detective. It's a shock to be the focus of an investigation or a prosecution when you aren't really a criminal. These days, there are so many crimes a regular person can find themselves charged with.
Came to Crowley Courts to reset some cases. Things start slowing way down around here as the holidays approach.
I won a jury trial in Carrollton today on a speeding. Client was 23 years old driving a Dodge Hemi Challenger 106 mph on the George Bush Tollway (on an occupational driver's license.) I made a big deal about the officer not bringing in dashcam video but the real goal was to distract the prosecutor long enough to get a directed verdict. The judge went out for about 15 minutes to review the tape and confer with the other judge before coming back and granting my motion. The jury was at first confused and then pissed. I'll take tough judges who are fair over soft judges who aren't any day!
made a quick stop in Garland Municipal Court to take care of a case for a client. Got him on deferred for a speeding ticket. My work is done here
Negotiated a manufacturing and delivery possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver (heroin) case down to a misdemeanor. That's a major win. But big wins aren't given away down here. We had to show the holes in their case to get there. Good prosecutors making good and fair decisions are a critical part of the equation. We had two chief prosecutors working on this one (because of intraoffice transfers). I'm not sure the client even understands how good his deal is though.
Posting bonds on 2 people in 2 different jails. Going to have them out tonight!
Just left the Mesquite Jail where I posted bonds for somebody who's being held in DeSoto or Balch Springs. I can't remember where, but I told the Jailer so he'll send the release to the right place.
Trying to persuade a prosecutor to dismiss a case that she will surely lose at trial. My client has a defense of property claim under Texas Penal Code, Section 9.41(a). A person has a right to use force when they reasonably believe that force is necessary to prevent another person's unlawful interference with their property. Far better to dump the case today and save us all the time of trial than to waste the taxpayers' money and Court's resources on a certain loss.
Went to an ALR Hearing this morning on a DWI - accident case. The state moved to dismiss because we subpoenaed the officer but he didn't show for the hearing. He'd told us be had a conflict and wouldn't be able to appear. But even if the officer had shown up, we think the evidence wouldn't have supported a suspension against our client.
Posting another set of attorney bonds to get a client released from jail. This time it's Dallas, Lancaster and Desoto tickets.
Filing a Motion for New Trial in the City of Dallas Municipal Court for a client who pled guilty to an assault charge while in jail. We're going to fix that one for her. We definitely do not want her having a conviction for assault Family Violence. Those are permanent.
Setting my client up to get a dismissal on a possession of marijuana case. Trying to arrange it so she can have the dismissal without ever having to come back to court.
Working on preparation for an ALR Hearing for a DWI client.
Handling a public intoxication case in west Dallas Community Court. The officer determined this ticket should go to community court. Now, to get a fair outcome for our client we'll have to move it to regular court.
Got a client time served (very short sentence) on his Dallas County misdemeanor weed case despite his extensive record. Possession of Marijuana just isn't as serious as it once was. Judge waived bookin and arraignment and his fines and costs were time served as well.