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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. MZ

    Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance

    Harris County.  Client facing life in prison, case dismissed.

    Dismissed
  • The State of Texas vs. ME

    Possession of a Controlled Substance

    Harris County.  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

    Dismissed
  • The State of Texas vs. MM

    Sexual Assault, Harris County

    Directed Verdict of Not Guilty during Jury Trial.  In this case our client operated a therapy center for medical rehabilitation.  After the prosecution rested its case, we successfully argued a motion for instructed verdict on the basis that the state had completely failed to prove an essential element of their case.  The judge agreed and ordered the jury to return a verdict of not guilty.

    Acquitted
  • The State of Texas vs. JG

    Possession of Child Pornography

    2 cases of Possession of Child Pornography, Harris County.  Client facing 20 years, case dismissed.

    Dismissed
  • The State of Texas vs. LG

    Possession of Child Pornography

    Our client was downloading large amounts of pornography and accidentally acquired images alleged to be child pornography. After facing serious charges and potentially serious time in prison, our team worked overtime to find the truth and ensure justice. Because of our efforts, prosecutors dismissed the charges because there was no way our client could have known he was in possession of illegal pornographic material.

    Dismissed!
  • The State of Texas vs. MS

    Indecency with a Child, Harris County

    Dismissed
  • The State of Texas vs. TW

    Sexual Assault, Harris County

    Dismissed
  • The State of Texas v. ML

    Sexual Abuse of Child

    Montgomery County case.  Individual charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child, indecency with a child, and sexual assault of a child.  Individual faced 25 to 99 years, or life, in prison for the continuous sexual abuse of a child charge, and 2 to 20 years of prison for the indecency with a child and the sexual assault of a child charges.  Mr. Floyd tried the case to a jury and the jury deadlocked.  Mistrial. The state offered a deferred adjudication probation, which was refused by client, who Mr. Floyd believed was not guilty.  The state dismissed of all charges prior to second trial.

    Mistrial
  • The State of Texas v. LC

    Indecency with a Child

    Montgomery County case.  Individual charged with three counts of indecency with a child and one count of burglary of a habitation for the purpose of committing a sex crime. Individual faced 2 to 20 years of prison for each count of indecency with a child and 5 to 99 years or life for the burglary charge.  Mr. Floyd tried the case to a jury and they deadlocked and court granted a Mistrial. The State offered a 5 year deferred adjudication afterward.

    Mistrial
  • United States v. MA

    Criminal Copyright Infringement

    Probation granted when government argued 24 months of imprisonment.

    Reduced Sentence