Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Criminal Defense

April 2, 2014

Texas' "Take No Chances Policy:" A way around probable cause?

avatar

 In 2013, Larry Davis was pulled over on suspicion of driving while impaired (DWI).  He fully cooperated with a breath test, and blew a 0.0.  He also offered to submit to a blood test to check for other types of drugs; the blood test found none in his system.  He  voluntarily performed a field sobriety test; the police decided Mr. Davis' performance was "subpar."  Mr. Davis was arrested and forced to spend the night in jail.  He also had to obtain an attorney, wait a year until his case worked its way through the system, and was eventually dismissed because it was too weak to win in court.

Read More

Categories: Criminal Defense

January 11, 2010

Russ Baker gets Not Guilty on Possession of Marijuana case

avatar

Russ Baker recently represented a Hispanic gentlemen on a Possession of Marijuana case. Adding to the complexity of the case was the fact he was in the United States with no immigration status.

Read More

Categories: Criminal Defense


Hear What Our Clients Have To Say

"April Nordhaus and her legal assistant Allison McKenzie have been magnificent to work with. Our will was terribly out of date and no longer provided the legal and financial protection we wanted for ourselves or our children. April spent a significant amount of time discussing our intentions and was able to make numerous recommendations; and her ability to explain legal language and provide examples was invaluable. Allison's meticulous attention to detail kept the whole process on track and moving smoothly toward completion. Under their professional guidance we have been able to craft a complete set of extremely specialized Trusts. We would strongly recommend their services without reservation."