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Case Results

The following is a sample of a few of the Jury Pro Law Office's successes. This list is far from complete. These successes demonstrate our legal expertise, but do not guarantee success on any future case. Every case is different and must be approached according to the specific facts and circumstances of that case.

Criminal Defense Results in Oklahoma

Attorneys at Jury Pro have successfully concluded criminal charges at all stages of prosecution: Declined charges where the matter is closed prior to the initial arraignment. Dismissal by the prosecution at preliminary hearing based on our negotiations. Dismissal by the judge at a preliminary hearing, over the prosecutions objection. Dismissal on our motion at hearing, over the State's objection. Acquittals (not guilty verdicts) at jury trial. Each of the examples noted below was accomplished by Oklahoma criminal defense attorney, and Jury Pro founder, James M, Wirth, Esq.

Dismissals & Acquittals

  • Felony Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamines - Dismissed after Jury Pro Law Office Demurrer (motion to dismiss).

  • Felony Animal Cruelty - Acquittal (not guilty verdict) at jury trial.

  • Felony False Personation – Dismissed by judge on Jury Pro Law Office attorney motion.

  • Felony Running a Roadblock – Two counts of felony running a roadblock dismissed by the judge during preliminary hearing. Remaining felony counts later plead to deal that did not involve jail time, other than credit for time served.

  • Felony Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Drug – Dismissed by prosecutor after Jury Pro Law Office attorney explained deficiencies in the case.

  • Obstructing an Officer - Acquittal (not guilty verdict) at jury trial.

  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - Dismissed by prosecutor after Jury Pro Law Office attorney explained deficiencies in the case.

  • Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute - Dismissed at preliminary hearing.

  • Felony Robbery with Dangerous Weapon – Dismissed after filing motion to dismiss for lack of speedy trial.

  • Domestic Assault and Battery – Dismissed.

  • Felony Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration – Dismissed at preliminary hearing.

  • Felony Inducing a Minor to Engage in Prostitution - Dismissed by prosecutor after Jury Pro Law Office attorney explained deficiencies in the case. Remaining counts disposed of in plea agreement.

  • Soliciting another to Commit Prostitution - Dismissed by prosecutor after Jury Pro Law Office attorney explained deficiencies in the case.

  • Domestic Assault and Battery - Dismissed.

  • Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamine - Motion to suppress all evidence based on 4th Amendment violations granting.

  • Destruction of Evidence - Acquittal (not guilty verdict) at jury trial.

  • Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon – Dismissed.

  • Felony Obtaining Money by False Pretenses - Dismissed on motion to dismiss for lack of speedy trial.

  • Feloniously Pointing a Firearm – Dismissed.

  • Violation of Compulsory Education Act - Dismissed by prosecutor after arguments made by Jury Pro Law Office attorney.

  • Felony Unlawful Possession of Controlled Drug - Second Offense - Dismissed at preliminary hearing.

  • Felony Embezzlement - Charged dismissed when Jury Pro attorney's Motion to Quash was granted, as the State failed to prevent sufficient evidence at the preliminary hearing.

  • Domestic Assault & Battery - Dismissed at pre-trial.

  • Bogus Check - Dismissed on Jury Trial Sounding Docket on Jury Pro attorney's oral motion to dismiss based on denial of speedy trial.

  • Failure to Register as a Sex Offender - Dismissed by prosecutor at the preliminary hearing, after arguments from Jury Pro Law Office attorney. CMP.

  • Domestic Assault & Battery in the Presence of Minor Child - Dismissed at pre-trial after calling the prosecutor's bluff that he would take the case to trial.

  • Malicious Injury to Property - Dismissed by prosecutor, without client having to turn himself on the warrant or appear in court, based on Jury Pro Law Office attorney's speedy trial and factual arguments made to the prosecutor in an informal conference.

Dismissals as Part of Plea Deals

  • Possession of Paraphernalia - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Attempting to Elude Officers – Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Unauthorized use of Motor Vehicle - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Obstructing an Officer - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Public Intoxication - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Resisting an Officer - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Sexual Battery - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Violation of Protective Order – Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Threatening an Act of Violence - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Second Degree Burglary - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Entering with Intent to Steel Copper - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

  • Felony Possession of Firearm with in Commission of a Felony - Dismissed as part of plea agreement.

Example Sentencing Victories

  • Shooting with Intent to Kill: Use of a Vehicle to Discharge Firearm - Obtained a deferred sentence (no jail and no conviction) from the Court, after convincing the District Attorney to reduce the charge to accessory after the fact.

  • Feloniously Pointing a Firearm – After a finding of guilt, successfully argued for no jail time.

  • Felony Child Abuse - After a finding of guilt, successfully argued for no jail time.

  • Violation of Probation on Conviction of Assault and Battery in Presence of a Minor – Defendant picked up a new conviction of domestic assault and battery while on probation for assault and battery and had an additional previous conviction for threatening a violent act.  The prosecutor requested six (6) months imprisonment; however, attorney James M. Wirth argued for and received a probation only sentence with no jail time.

  • First Degree Robbery - Successfully argued for the District Attorney to reduce the charge to accessory after the fact. Then, after a finding of guilt, successfully argued to the Court for a deferred sentence (id. est. no jail time and no conviction if probation is properly completed).

  • Felony Distributing Cocaine. Defendant sold 3.5 grams of cocaine to an undercover officer and confessed to wrongdoing, showing the officers where he was storing ten (10) more grams. Blind pled to the judge and received a five (5) years deferred sentence.

Example Plea Deal Victories

  • Jury Pro Law Office attorneys have argued for and obtained countless case resolutions through deals that allow for no conviction and dismissal and expungement after probation (deferred sentences) and sentences that provide for probation with no jail time (suspended sentences).

  • Second Degree Murder. In one case, a client was charged with 2nd Degree Murder for a death related to a shooting. Although all of the evidence suggested an accidental shooting and there was no evidence suggesting otherwise, the State argued it as an intentional act. Through much work and arguing with the District Attorney, an agreement was reached to reduce the charge to manslaughter. MJH.

  • Assault & Battery with Dangerous Weapon. In another case, the client was charged with Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. Arguments were difficult, as the alleged victim had to be transported via ambulance to the hospital due to his injuries. In the end, Jury Pro attorneys were able to get the State to agree to a plea deal where there was no jail time and the case would be dismissed and expunged after successful completion of a time of probation. CMP.

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