A good Samaritan intervened in a car burglary and stabbed the burglary suspect in the back. Our client struck the good Samaritan on the head with a firearm, not realizing that the good Samaritan was trying to detain the burglary suspect. The District Attorney handling the matter refused to do the right thing and dismiss the matter until we pushed the case to trial. Knowing that we would not back down, she finally relented with a dismissal. Our client was on probation for felony possession of marijuana so a plea or conviction of any kind would have certainly resulted in significant prison time.
The State of Texas vs. JD
Posted By: John Floyd