Case Results

Case Results

Criminal Defense Attorney in Houston Texas

Billy Skinner & Associates is dedicated to providing client-focused services, relentless legal advocacy, and favorable case outcomes. Although each case and client is unique, you can take confidence knowing that our firm has enjoyed a considerable record of success when handling a variety of charges. From DWI defense to theft crime and drug crime defense, the past case resolutions we've successfully secured are a point of pride for our firm - and one we are intent on building upon.

Take a moment to view some of the recent case results Billy Skinner and our Houston criminal defense attorneys have managed to obtain.

Client charged with DWI after refusing all field sobriety tests and admitted to drinking. State obtained warrant and drew clients blood

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was former employee of health clinic accused of possessing a fraudulent prescription.

Result: CASE DISMISSED THE DAY BEFORE TRIAL

Client indicted for more than $200,000 of property obtained through filing false vehicle lien foreclosures.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with and indicted for penetration of the sexual organ of a child under 14 years of age.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client, a middle school teacher, was arrested for indecent exposure at an adult bookstore by HPD Vice Division. Client hired Billy after his previous attorney encouraged client to plead guilty. During the two-day trial, both HPD Vice Officers testified client exposed his penis to them.

Result: JURY FOUND CLIENT: NOT GUILTY

Client charged with DWI after being stopped for speeding. Admitting to drinking at a concert. Refused all field sobriety tests. State obtained warrant and drew clients blood.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for speeding on the Gulf Freeway on his way to work on Saturday morning. Client failed field sobriety tests and REFUSED both breath and blood tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client arrested while leaving a suburban home that was under heavy surveillance by local law enforcement as a marijuana grow house. Police executed a search warrant, found more than 40 plants on the premises and charged client a third-degree felony: possession of marijuana.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for running a stop sign. Marijuana was in plain view when client opened glove box to retrieve insurance papers. Client admitted that the marijuana belonged to him.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for speeding and arrested for outstanding traffic warrants. PCS discovered inside client's purse when law enforcement booked her into jail.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with felony possession of marijuana. Billy required the state to scientifically analyze and weigh the marijuana, resulting in a misdemeanor charge instead. Billy continued to fight the case until it was ultimately dismissed.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with and indicted for forging a $1,200 check and passing it at check cashing business.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client's wife called police to report domestic violence. Client charged with possession of marijuana when law enforcement arrived.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client, a Houston-area junior high school teacher, threw a bottle in class and struck a student in the head. Client charged with injury to a child.

Result: NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY: CASE DISMISSED

Client works in massage parlor and was arrested for prostitution by HPD Vice Division. Vice recorded the entire interaction with 25+ minutes of audio.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client responded to online classified ad, which turned out to be undercover HPD vice officer. Law enforcement recorded 27 minutes of conversation between client and undercover officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with resisting arrest, a Class A misdemeanor offense. Client hired Billy after previous lawyer encouraged a guilty plea. Case was investigated and prepared for trial.

Result: STATE DISMISSED CASE THE WEEK OF TRIAL

Client in the middle of divorce charged with assault of a family member for striking soon to be ex-wife at their children's daycare facility.

Result: CASE DISMISSED THE WEEK BEFORE TRIAL

Client charged with assault after slamming his ex-girlfriend to the ground and striking her.

Result: SUCCESSFULLY ASSERTED SELF-DEFENSE CLAIM: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with failing to stop and give information after an alleged traffic accident on Highway 290.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused by daycare worker of masturbating on property adjacent to a daycare facility.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of harassing his girlfriend’s ex-husband with text and voice messages.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with penetration of the sexual organ of his daughter, a child under the age of 6. Minimum of 25 years in prison if convicted.

Result: NO BILLED BY GRAND JURY: CASE DISMISSED

Client arrested for possession of marijuana after police are called to his residence for a domestic disturbance.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was a performer at an exotic cabaret accused of violating “three foot rule” while performing for an undercover police officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client indicted for scratching, striking, and kicking a police officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client on probation for aggravated asault with a deadly weapon. Pulled over in traffic, AK-47 on back seat.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client arrested and charged with DWI. Client had seven prior DWI convictions.

Result: CASE PLED AS CLASS B MISDEMEANOR WITH 88 DAY SENTENCE IN JAIL

Client is stopped regarding rash of criminal mischief in neighborhood and arrested for possession of marijuana after admitting to marijuana in his backpack.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client arrested for DWI in Corpus while on probation in Harris County. State filed Motion to Adjudicate Guilt.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Female client accused of violating a protective order by threatening to slash ex-husband's tires.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for speeding, fails ALL field sobriety tests, breath test of 0.14.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of pointing a pistol at his girlfriend’s head. Client gave a confession to pointing the gun at his girlfriend’s head.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO CLASS A MISDEMEANOR DEADLY CONDUCT AND FINE ONLY

Client charged with assaulting her husband during a domestic dispute.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with offering to have oral sex with an undercover police officer while working at an inner loop massage & spa.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged for striking girlfriend with an object.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is accused of stealing multiple shirts, shoes, and jewelry from a Baytown-area Sears.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with shoplifting at Kohl’s after leaving store with bottle of perfume.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for swerving from lane to lane, admits drinking, fails all field sobriety tests, refuses to take DIVERT.

Result: CASE DISMISSED TWO DAYS BEFORE TRIAL

Client passed out in Taco Cabana drive-thru. Client fails field sobriety tests and blows a 0.13.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client fails all sobriety tests and admits to drinking.

Result: TRIAL ENDS IN A HUNG JURY. STATE DISMISSED THE CASE AFTER TRIAL.

Client fails all field sobriety tests, admits to drinking.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with assaulting fiancé.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client employed as teacher investigated for stealing the Rx drugs of disabled students.

Result: CHARGES DROPPED

Client in front passenger seat of truck charged with possession of marijuana in glove box.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with evading arrest by DPS Trooper.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over for speeding and police find marijuana in back floorboard of car.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with destroying fiance’s cell phone.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with DWI after passing out behind the wheel. Fails all field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON THE 3RD TRIAL SETTING

Client arrested outside friends home and found to have cocaine in his pocket.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Female client accused of violating a protective order by attempting to enter ex-husbands’ backyard.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of stealing more than $25,000 worth of property from his employer, Center Point Energy.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of running stop sign. DWI Task Force called to scene. Client fails field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON DAY OF TRIAL

Client pulled over for traffic stop with brass knuckles in his back pocket and switch-blade knife in car.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is a female college student charged with assault on Houston campus. Client admitted to striking complainant.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON DAY OF TRIAL

Client accused of discharging industrial waste into a water source.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was passenger in car pulled over for driver wearing “no seatbelt”. Client admitted marijuana was his.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client pulled over off Washington street by DWI Task Force. Fails all field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged for stalking ex-wife.

Result: REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR-CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Client involved in accident, fails all field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED AT TRIAL

Client is stopped for no headlights and admits Marijuana is his.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged for shoplifting at discount store.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of sexually assaulting daughter.

Result: CHARGES DROPPED

Client is college student charged with shoplifting from retail store.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged as part of undercover sting.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO A TICKET

Client charged with indecent exposure as part of Vice-Division Sting. Client exposed himself to an undercover police officer in an adult bookstore.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of sexual assault by ex-wife.

Result: CHARGES DROPPED

Client charged after exposing himself to a neighbor following a neighborhood party.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with consuming alcohol on Rice campus.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with not complying with probation.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client arrested for taking money from ex-girlfriend's pocket.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with assaulting wife by punching her with his fists.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with choking his girlfriend during an argument.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client fails all field sobriety tests, refused DIVERT program.

Result: CASE DISMISSED DAY OF TRIAL

Client pulled over for no seat belt. Narcotics team searches car, finds more than 100 pills.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client admits to drinking six beers, fails all sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is Houston area middle school coach accused of assaulting a student.

Result: CHARGES DROPPED

Client charged with felony theft for not complying with rental car agreement and not returning rental car.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client driving wrong way on downtown street. Admits to drinking and Rx drugs. Fails sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client violated terms of probation multiple times.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with operating a massage parlor without proper license.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with breaking into ex-girlfriend’s home.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TIME SERVED

Client charged with a pound of marijuana.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR TIME SERVED

Client charged with shoplifting and had 7 prior theft convictions and was facing up to 99 years in prison.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO A MISDEMEANOR 60 DAYS COUNTY TIME

Client charged for having rifle on school property.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client involved in accident, charged with false report to peace officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is stay at home mom accused of shoplifting.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is speeding, has open container, admits to drinking 5-16oz. beers, fails all field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged for driving more than 100 mph.

Result: REDUCED TO CLASS C TICKET

Client pulled over for no license plate and arrested for marijuana in the driver’s seat.

Result: REDUCED TO CLASS C

Non-U.S. citizen found with cocaine in front pocket at an after-hours club.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with blunt cigar.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client on probation for PCS in felony court and is charged for threatening to kill complaining witness, complaining witness’ wife, and family.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client on probation for PCS in felony court arrested for stumbling and falling down outside bay area night club.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged for punching girlfriend in face.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

High school student charged for inappropriately touching classmate.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DAY

Manager of downtown office building charged for violating fire permit code.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DAY

3rd DWI, client involved in an accident, fails all field sobriety tests, automatic blood draw 0.15.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with evading police for more than a mile in a vehicle.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

2nd DWI. Client is speeding, runs red light, and evades police for more than one mile. Fails all field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client fails all field sobriety tests at scene and at the station. Yell and curses arresting officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Search warrant executed on client’s home. Client charged with POM in bedroom.

Result: DISMISSED ON THE DAY BEFORE TRIAL

Client pulled over by DWI task force. Fails field sobriety tests.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of exposing himself to undercover police during vice-division sting operation.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is an exotic dancer accused of agreeing to have sex with undercover police officer during vice sting operation.

Result: DISMISSED ON THE DAY OF TRIAL

Client was alleged to have committed a hand-to-hand purchase of marijuana in the presence of an undercover narcotics agent. Client left scene and was pulled over on a "traffic" stop. Client "admitted to possession of marijuana" and was charged with POM.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was arrested as part of an undercover vice sting operation at a spa. More than 30 minutes of recorded conversation between client and undercover officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client fired former attorney and hired Billy Skinner to represent client at trial.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DAY

Client arrested in parking area of public part by a Texas DPS Trooper for possession of marijuana. Client admitted to possession and was arrested. Client faced immigration issues. On the third trial setting, the state reduced the case to a Class C drug paraphernalia case.

Result: CASE REDUCED

Client was released by former attorney because Client demanded a trial on his case and Attorney suggested client plead guilty. Client hired Billy Skinner ten days prior to trial. Skinner reviewed the case and evidence and prepared for trial.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DAY

Client arrested in online prostitution sting conducted by Harris County Sheriff's Office. Client was on video agreeing to spend an hour with the undercover police officer. Client refused pre-trial intervention (a method to get the case dismissed after a year of "probation like restrictions") and Skinner argued the client never entered into a formal agreement to pay for sex. Skinner demanded to set the case for trial.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was under investigation for sexual assault of a child. Skinner met with witnesses, interacted with law enforcement, and allowed law enforcement to meet with client. After Skinner revealed the complaining witnesses' history of mental health issues and prior accusations of others, the District Attorney's office refused to accept charges against client.

Result: NO CHARGES

Middle school teacher accused of inappropriate sexual touching (indecency with a child) of female students at school. Teacher was suspended from teaching and investigated by law enforcement. Skinner was hired by State Teachers Organization to represent client in the investigation. After interviewing witnesses and presenting clients side of the case to law enforcement, charges were denied and teacher was returned to the classroom. Teacher was cleared of any wrongdoing.

Result: NO CHARGES

Coach accused of assaulting student at school. Coach was suspended from school and investigated by law enforcement. Skinner was hired by State Teachers Organization to represent client in the investigation. Skinner interviewed witnesses, interacted with law enforcement, and charges were denied. Coach cleared of any wrongdoing.

Result: NO CHARGES

Client arrested by undercover Vice police at an adult bookstore. Client was accused of exposing himself to an undercover police officer.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Teenage girl accused of aggravated sexual assault of her step-sister. Skinner was hired by juvenile's father to represent her in the matter. Skinner met with witnesses, interacted with Child Protective Services and law enforcement for more than one year while investigation was continuing.

Result: CLIENT WAS CLEARED OF ANY WRONGDOING

Client is a banking executive accused of prostitution. Client responded to an advertisement placed by the HPD Vice Division on an Internet social networking site frequently used for prostitution ads. Client communicated with undercover police officer via text message multiple times prior to meeting the undercover vice officer at a high-end hotel bar. Client and officer engaged in a 41 minute recorded conversation prior to entering the elevator to proceed up to the officer's room. When client stepped off the elevator, he was immediately arrested for agreeing to sex for a fee. Despite the State having a 41 minute recorded conversation, Skinner challenged the State's ability to prove an actual agreement to have sex for money had occurred. Although the undercover officer had discussed sex for money repeatedly, Client never agreed aloud to pay a fee for sex. When Skinner and client refused a plea agreement and asked the Court to set the case for trial, the State dismissed the case.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with sexual assault after a female whom he gave a ride home after a work-related happy hour accused him of forcing her to have sex against her will. Client was a non-citizen who faced deportation if convicted of a sex crime. Case was no-billed by the Grand Jury and government has agreed to not oppose an immediate expunction of clients record.

Result: No-Billed

Client was on parole for a 35 year sentence on a prior drug conviction charged with felony in possession of a weapon; client faced 30 years in prison on parole revocation. Case reduced to misdemeanor.

Result: Reduced to Misdemeanor.

Client responded to an online ad for escort services and eventually met an undercover police officer at a high-end hotel. Police recorded the 40-plus minute conversation and ultimately arrested client after he and undercover officer took the elevator up to her hotel room. BSA were able to prove client never actually agreed to have sex for money and the State could not prove their case to a jury.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Male client was accused of assaulting a female outside a bar on Washington Avenue. Female received medical attention at the scene and later was treated at an emergency room. Client maintained a self-defense claim throughout the pre-trial process.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DAY

Male client was arrested for prostitution after interacting with undercover police officers at a local gay bar. Client was highly intoxicated and did not believe he agreed to have sex for money. During pre-trial discovery, undercover police were not able to produce the tape recorded conversation they alleged in their police report. BSA asked to set the case for trial

Result: CASE DISMISSED

18-year-old client was arrested and charged with harboring a runaway child in a classic Romeo & Juliet scenario. The overzealous father of client's 17-year-old girlfriend pressed charges for harboring a runaway child after client and his girlfriend spent Valentine's Day evening together on a date. Father had been calling police for months complaining of the legal relationship between his daughter and client. Finally on Valentine's Day, police arrested client after father claimed his daughter was a runaway. BSA asked to set the case for trial and the State dismissed the case.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was arrested for POM after he was stopped for a traffic violation on his motorcycle.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client hired BSA to represent him on an investigation of sexual sssault. After months of interacting with police, client was charged with sexual assault. BSA continued to represent client and submitted findings of the Investigation to the Assistant District Attorney prosecuting the case. Assistant District Attorney presented the case to the Grand Jury and the case was No Billed.

Result: NO BILLED

Client hired BSA in January of 2011 in regards to an investigation of Indecency with a child. Accuser was the 9-year-old friend of client's daughter. Client was ultimately charged with indecency with a child by contact. BSA adamantly denied the accusation on client's behalf throughout the investigation, presented a packet to the Grand Jury, and made client available to testify before the Grand Jury. Assistant District Attorney did not ask client to testify in front of Grand Jury and client was indicted. BSA continued to fight the case and the case was ultimately set for trial. Client turned down multiple plea bargain offers throughout the process and continued to maintain his innocence. Trial was held and after 7 days, a mis-trial was rendered based on a hung jury. State offered client a plea agreement on a misdemeanor and client rejected the offer. Client maintained his innocence and ultimately the State dismissed the case.

Result: CASE DISMISSED, NO JAIL TIME

Client was an employee of an Asian Massage Parlor. Undercover Vice Cop recorded conversation and claimed client offered sex for money.

Result: CASE DISMISED

Client was a truck driver charged with a stealing more than $20,000 worth of diesel fuel from his employer. Once the case was transferred from the trial court prosecutor to the white collar crime division, we were able to demonstrate to the State they could not prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client accused of stealing more than $40,000 from the firm she worked for.

Result: AFTER MULTIPLE TRIAL SETTINGS, THE CASE WAS DISMISSED

Client accused of possession of marijuana in a rural Texas County.

Result: CHARGES REDUCED TO A TICKET, FINE ONLY

Client was charged with providing alcohol to a minor after she gave her daughter some vodka for a party daughter was attending. Daughter shared the vodka with a friend whose mom reported the incident to the police.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client is an international consultant in the energy industry and concealed handgun license holder who was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Any result other than a dismissal or a not guilty at trial would cost client a six-figure income. Client was accused of threatening three Hispanic deliverymen with a 9 mm pistol. Clients case was set for trial and on the third trial setting the State Dismissed the case.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was arrested after leaving the residence of a known narcotics dealer. After the client was charged with possession of marijuana, police discovered client was in possession of several counterfeit $20 bills. Client admitted to receiving the money as part of a narcotics transaction.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Female client was charged with two sex crimes after a 14-year-old girl made an outcry to her mother regarding an online and physical relationship she was having with client. A Houston based internet crimes against children task force executed a search warrant on client's home in Central Texas and arrested client at her workplace. Client and complaining witness had developed a deep emotional attachment after meeting online via chat. Client faced 2 to 20 years in prison on the sexual assault of a child 14-17 and 2 to 10 years in prison on the indecency with a child by exposure. Client was granted Deferred Adjudication on the indecency with a child by exposure case and the sexual assault of a child case was dismissed. Client served NO jail time.

Result: CASE DISMISSED, NO JAIL TIME

Client charged with third degree felony assault of a family member. State offered 5 years in prison prior to trial. On the second trial setting, the state reduced the case to a misdemeanor.

Result: CASE REDUCED TO A MISDEMEANOR; CLIENT WILL SERVE LESS THAN 120 D

Client accused of prostitution at Asian Massage Parlor. Client clearly converses with undercover officer in English and agrees to sex acts for money. Our investigation revealed that the undercover officer was previously arrested for falsifying a government document, but was no-billed by a grand jury. One day prior to trial, we issued a subpoena to the Chief of the District Attorney's Public Integrity division to testify at trial that the officer was not credible and could not be believed.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DATE

Client refused multiple offers by the government to cooperate in an investigation of human trafficking. Between the time we set the case for trial and the trial date, the arresting officer was fired.

Result: CASE DISMISSED ON TRIAL DATE

Client was arrested and charged with felon in possession of a firearm in Galveston County. Because of prior prison sentences, the client's punishment range was 25 years to life in prison. We were hired within six weeks of the trial date. After our initial investigation and our first court appearance, the state offered our client 4 years in prison. We rejected the offer and set the case for trial. Through creative tactics and intense investigation, we were able to show the state a multitude of problems with their case. On trial day, the state abandoned the prior conviction enhancements and reduced their offer to 2 years in prison.

Result: CLIENT WILL SERVE LESS THAN ONE YEAR IN JAIL

Client was a student at a private university in San Antonio. Police responded to a suspicious car in the parking lot of the library. Client was the owner of the car and in the driver's seat when Police approached. Two other individuals were in the car in the passenger seat and rear seat. Client, who had previously worked with BSA, wisely exercised his right to remain silent. Marijuana was found in the center console. Client and front seat passenger were arrested for possession. BSA was able to disconnect the links between the driver and the drugs found in the car.

Result: Case Dismissed

Client was accused of Possession of Marijuana. The POM misdemeanor was being leveraged to revoke client's parole and possibly send client to prison for a significant number of years. The accusations and arrest were made by a drug task force officer who essentially profiled our client as a drug dealer because he was African American and wearing an all red-colored outfit. Client maintained his innocence throughout the entire process. After visiting the scene of the arrest and photographing the location we were able to convince the Prosecutor the Police Officer humanly could NOT have observed what he alleged to observe.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Trial Case: Client was charged with indecent exposure for allegedly masturbating at a public park adjacent to a school. In 2006, client was convicted of Felony Sexual Assault of a Child by Exposure and served prison time. Client is a registered sex offender and also had a prior conviction for misdemeanor Indecent Exposure. In closing arguments, Billy Skinner asked the jury to focus on the jury charge from the Judge, ignore the "smoke" the government had presented of client's past and focus on the testimony regarding this specific allegation. BS challenged the Jury to weigh the conflicting testimony of the complaining witness and the two police officers against the testimony of our client. During the jury deliberation, the Prosecutor again offered a plea bargain and we refused to accept it. After several hours of deliberation, the jury found client NOT GUILTY.

Result: NOT GUILTY

Client had an accident on major freeway on July 4th. Alcohol in car, admitted to drinking,

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client hired us to represent her on a Motion to Revoke Probation and a new Prostitution charge.

Result: Both CHARGES DISMISSED

Client was arrested for 3rd time for Prostitution. Undercover Vice officered accused client of offering to have sex for money and alleged the conversation was clear on the undercover audio recording.

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with Assault Family Violence after an altercation with his common law wife over July 4th weekend. Police took photos of complaining witness with bruises on her arms and body

Result: CASE DISMISSED

Client was charged with Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements while he had an open case for Indecent Exposure. After attaining a NOT guilty in the Misdemeanor Indecent Exposure Case we continued to fight the Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration case. After compiling a comprehensive list of documents and bringing the State's Material Witness to court on our behalf, the Felony case was Dismissed

Result: FELONY CASE DISMISSED

Client charged with Abandoning a Child – a felony offense – after the father made false accusations. Billy Skinner effectively reconstructed a timeline of the circumstances surrounding the event in question and the case was No Billed – or dismissed – by the Grand Jury.

Result: CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY

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Billy Skinner & Associates
Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer
Located at 712 Main Street,
Suite 2450,
Houston, TX 77002

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