John T. Floyd

CASE RESULTS

A Houston Criminal Attorney Backed by a Track Record of Success

 

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Though there are numerous criminal defense attorneys in the Houston area, few of them can claim as many past successes as the legal team at John T. Floyd Law Firm. Mr. Floyd and his legal team have defended countless clients in Texas and federal courts, frequently obtaining favorable results for even the most difficult of cases. John T. Floyd has worked with clients facing all kinds of federal criminal charges, sex crimes and drug offenses, employing aggressive and innovative defense strategies to get their charges reduced or dismissed.

 

Over the course of his two decades in Texas and federal criminal courts, John T. Floyd has developed connections from all around the state, from judges to law enforcement officials to prosecutors. He knows his way around state and federal courtrooms and is respected across the country for his creative defense strategies and integrity. Mr. Floyd uses his extensive connections to the advantage of his clients, investing all his energy and resources to fight for every advantage.

 

  • The State of Texas vs. GM

    Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child Under 14

    Harris County. No-Billed (Grand Jury declined to indict). A medical student with an entire lifetime in front of him. Our client was facing horrendous allegations from his troubled and drug addicted sister. In the end, she was simply not credible and the grand jury made the right call.

    NOT
    GUILTY!
  • The State of Texas vs. DC

    Sexual Assault, Harris County / Felony Assault Family Member

    Galveston County. All Cases Dismissed in All Counties. Facing multiple felony charges in several counties from the same crazy girlfriend the prosecutors in both counties set our client free. If the felony prison consequences were not so serious the charges would be comical. We handled them as seriously as we do all of our clients’ cases and left no stone unturned. The prosecutors had to give way and dismiss all the charges.

    CASE DISMISSED!
  • The State of Texas vs. GM

    2 cases of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child Under 14

    Harris County. No-Billed (Grand Jury refused to indict based on insufficient evidence). In this case the client was charged in two criminal complaints of sexual assault of his sister. After we conducted an extensive investigation, it was determined that allegations were false. Our investigation was presented to the grand jury and the case was no-billed. Client was released from custody without additional charges.

    NOT
    GUILTY!
  • The State of Texas vs. MH

    Sexual Assault of Family Member

    Harris County. Dismissed. Client was accused of all kinds of behavior that he was physically incapable of. The charges were eventually dismissed.

    CASE DISMISSED!
  • The State of Texas vs. ME

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County. Dismissed. Officers in full riot/swat gear burst into our client’s business and attacked employees and customers in search of drugs that they ‘knew’ he was hiding after following one of his clients (a person know to authorities to be a drug dealer) to and from his business. Client willingly showed authorities his personal use drug stash and he was subsequently arrested. Law enforcement had no right to search and no warrant to search and therefore the prosecutor was forced to dismiss the charges.

    NOT
    GUILTY!
  • The State of Texas vs. TS

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County. Dismissed. Client was arrested in regards to an attempted murder of a police officer and possession of a large quantity of drugs. She was placed on a Deferred Adjudication for Possession of a Controlled Substance at the recommendation of her Court appointed attorney. We were hired when she got into trouble while on probation and Motion to Adjudicate had been filed seeking to revoke her probation. We were able to get the original case DISMISSED as well as the Motion to Adjudicate and she was immediately released from jail.

    CASE DISMISSED!
  • The State of Texas vs. BW

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County

    Possession of a Controlled Substance, Harris County. Dismissed. Accused of possession of a very rare drug known as DMT (Dimethyltryptamine), heroin, and marijuana…our client was in serious trouble and already had a criminal history before hiring us. The officers very kindly left the camera in the patrol car running during the entire stop which showed that they began to search the client’s car before completing the purpose of their original stop. As such, it was an illegal search and therefore a suppression of all the drugs was imminent and the prosecutor dismissed the case.

    CASE DISMISSED!