Criminal Defense Attorney in Houston
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MY PRIMARY GOAL IS TO GET YOUR
CASE DISMISSED

Even in cases where the odds were stacked against him, Samuel M. Gardner has helped countless clients get their charges dismissed. While dismissal is not possible in every case, Mr. Gardner has made it his mission to determine the best possible outcome for every case. Below you will find just a few examples of misdemeanors and felonies where Mr. Gardner was able to obtain a favorable outcome for the defendant.

    • Accused of Assault bodily injury Dismissed
    • Accused of Assault bodily injury / injury to public servant Dismissed
    • Accused of Assault family member Jury Trial / Not Guilty
    • Accused of Assault family member Jury Trial / Mistrial / Dismissed
    • Accused of Assault family member Dismissed
    • Accused of Evading Arrest Jury Trial / Not Guilty
    • Accused of Felony Evading Arrest Jury Trial / Not Guilty
    • Accused of Forgery government financial instrument Dismissed
    • Accused of Injury to elderly Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of a controlled substance 28-200g Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of a prohibited weapon Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of controlled substance less than 1 gram Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of marijuana Motion to Suppress Granted / Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of marijuana 4 oz. – 5 lbs. Dismissed
    • Accused of Possession of prescription drug by fraud and felony evading Dismissed
    • Accused of Resisting Arrest Jury Trial / Not Guilty
    • Accused of Robbery bodily injury Grand Jury Packet Submitted, Case No Billed
    • Accused of Theft $1500 – $20,000 Dismissed
    • Charged with Assault & Battery Not Guilty

      A man's ex-girlfriend told the police that he severely beat her up. The DA decided they wanted to push forward. After a long jury trial and a ten-minute jury decision, the client was found not guilty.

    • Charged with Murder Not Guilty

      Murder with a sentence of 25 years to life and reduced charges to negligent homicide with a sentence of 15 months.

    • Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Jury Trial / Not Guilty

      Failure to register as a sex offender

    • Felony Theft Case No Billed

      Felony theft - Grand jury packet submitted