Case Results

Over 1,000 Cases Dismissed for Clients
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AA
    Client charged with assaulting his brother and threatening him with a firearm. Case could have been indicted as Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Family Violence, a first degree felony.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AE
    Client wrongfully charged with theft.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AL
    Client accused of assaulting her husband
  • DISMISSED (BOTH CASES)
    State v. AL
    Client accused in involvement in scheme to sell stolen high-end racing bikes.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AM
    Aggravated Sexual Assault of Child
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AP
    Client charged with assaulting her husband. Client was in danger of being removed under Federal immigration law unless case was dismissed. Client may may remain in U.S.
  • REJECTED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, DISMISSED
    State v. AR
    Client broke man's jaw in bar fight.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AS
    Client gave another man a black eye.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AS
    Client caught shoplifting.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. AT
    Client accused of assaulting his wife.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. BG
    Client beat husband with a broom stick.
  • DISMISSED, PROBATION REINSTATED
    State v. BV
    Client facing up to 20 years in prison on motion to adjudicate guilt. Client picked up new charges, failed several drug tests, and had stopped going to probation for one year before he was arrested on the probation revocation warrant.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. CB
    Crazy millionaire filed for peace bond against innocent house wife.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. CB
    Client wrongfully accused.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. CJ
    Client found in possession of marijuana.
  • MOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED, DISMISSED
    State v. DC
    Client walking down road while stopped for questioning by police.
  • NO BILL BY GRAND JURY, DISMISSED
    State v. DF
    Client accused of taking police on chase in motor vehicle. John L. Venza Jr.'s private investigator casted doubt on officer's claims.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. DK
    After celebrating his birthday at Hooter's, Client hit guardrail on Beltway, then drove for miles on a rim. Client failed SFST. This was Client's third arrest for DWI.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. DP
    Client crashed his car through storefront window during business hours and then fled the scene. Client admitted drinking and failed field tests.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. EG
    Client charged with assaulting her mother. Case could have been indicted as third degree injury to an elder based on complainant's age.
  • Dismissed
    State v. EG
    Client charged with assaulting her mother. Case could have been indicted as third degree injury to an elder based on complainant's age. Assault -- Family Violence
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. EV
    Client failed field tests and admitted to drinking.
  • PRETRIAL DIVERSION, DISMISSED
    State v. FC
    Client caught shoplifting from store.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. FH
    Client caught after breaking into a house. Client had prior felony conviction.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. FV
    Client in possession of marijuana and vehicle smelled as if marijuana had just been smoked.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. GH
    Client charged with assaulting his wife. Client in danger of problems with his professional engineer license unless was was dismissed.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JA
    Client shoplifted from Macy's and fought with loss prevention officer.
  • NOT GUILTY BY JURY
    State v. JAA
    Client found in possession of marijuana. Issue at trial was whether the cops had the right to pull him over to begin with.
  • PROBATION
    State v. JB
    Client had been convicted of several felonies and failed to register, despite lifetime duty to do so.
  • REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR, PROBATION
    State v. JC
    Client assaulted girlfriend with knife and threatened to kill her.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JC
    Client caught with marijuana in his car.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JDB
    Client involved in bloody altercation with domestic partner.
  • REDUCED TO OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAY, DEFERRED ADJU
    State v. JF
    Client refused field tests. Client looked and sounded extremely intoxicated on video.
  • DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
    State v. JG
    Client accused of molesting his granddaughter over several years.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JH
    Client arrested after having eaten marijuana just prior to traffic encounter with police.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JH
    Client found in possession of marijuana.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. JP
    Client failed field tests and admitted to drinking.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. JW
    Client accused of shoplifting.
  • DISMISSED (BOTH CASES)
    State v. KB
    Client driving home from club after drinking. Open container in car. Failed field tests.
  • PRETRIAL DIVERSION, DISMISSED
    State v. KM
    Client accused of shoplifting.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. KP
    Client pulled over late at night. Client failed field sobriety tests and admitted to drinking. Client's car also smelled like marihuana had recently been smoked in it, and a marihuana pipe was found in the car.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. KW
    Client accused of struggling with police.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. LL
    Client caught shoplifting.
  • REDUCED TO CLASS C, DEFERRED ADJUDICATION, DISMI
    State v. MB
    Client in fight with his wife.
  • REDUCED TO OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAY, DEFERRED ADJU
    State v. MB
    Client arrested after being pulled over for driving erratically after mixing champagne and prescription pain killers.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. MC
    Client accused of assaulting husband.
  • NOT GUILTY BY JURY
    State v. MR
    Client pulled over after person complains to police about her erratic driving. Client had just left bar, and admitted that to police. Client admitted to drinking and failed field tests.
  • REDUCED TO THIRD DEGREE, DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
    State v. MS
    Client tried to sell cocaine to off duty cop.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. OA
    Client videotaped using stolen credit card and then confessed to it.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. OF
    Client pulled over late at night with an open container. Client failed field tests.
  • REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
    State v. RA
    Client bashed in skull of another man. John L. Venza's private investigator established doubt regarding whether it was in self-defense.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. RC
    Client accused of assaulting elderly woman.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. RN
    Client failed field tests and admitted to drinking.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. RO
    Client pulled over for traffic violation and had marihuana in car. Case had to be dismissed or client would suffer immigration consequences.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. SA
    Client struggled with police when they entered her house.
  • MOTION TO ADJUDICATE DISMISSED
    State v. SB
    Client arrested on drug case while on assault probation.
  • DISMISSED (BOTH CASES)
    State v. SF
    Client found in possession of pills that were not hers after altercation with family member.
  • REJECTED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, DISMISSED
    State v. SG
    Client had several prior convictions. John L. Venza Jr. secured key affidavit from codefendant within hours of being hired.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING
    State v. SH
    Client blew over the limit and had an open container of his car. Conviction for another DWI would have cost client his commercial driver's license and his job.
  • DISMISSED (CLIENT NEVER HAD TO APPEAR IN COURT)
    State v. SH
    Client caught having sex in parking lot of closed bar with a man she was not married to.
  • FELONY DWI REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR, PROBATION
    State v. SK
    While on probation for DWI 2nd, Client goes to local bar and drinks. Client leaves bar and is in accident causing injury to the other party. Client flees scene in his car.
  • Not guilty verdict by jury
    State v. SL
    Client charged with assaulting his wife. Assault -- Family Violence
  • REDUCED TO CLASS C
    State v. SL
    Client assaulted wife and left bruises.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. SM
    Client found in possession of bag of pills.
  • DISMISSED (CO-DEFENDANT HAD RECEIVED ONE YEAR PR
    State v. SS
    Client accused of shoplifting.
  • REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING, DEFERRED ADJUDICATI
    State v. TB
    Client drove down the middle of the road, failed field tests, then banged his head repeatedly while in handcuffs and in police car.
  • DEFERRED ADJUDICATION
    State v. TI
    Client put loaded gun to girlfriend's head and threatened to kill her. Client had prior felony conviction.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. TL
    Assault—Family Violence
  • DISMISSED
    State v. VK
    Client took 18 pack of beer and ran out of store.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. WD
    Client accused of assaulting wife.
  • REJECTED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, DISMISSED
    State v. WM
    Client was under investigation after minor child made outcry of sexual abuse.
  • DISMISSED
    State v. ZP
    Client found in possession of marijuana.