Burglary of Motor Vehicle

BURGLARY OF A MOTOR VEHICLE

Case No. 1910253 – Krystal T.

DISMISSED

Krystal was the innocent victim set up by a “friend” to pick up 2 guys they “ran into” who “needed a lift”. The friend assured her they were “ok”. The 2 guys went inside a Walmart and shoplifted then “forgot something” and went to burglarize vehicles in the parking lot. A witness saw them and told police Krystal had been the lookout as she drove around while the 2 guys did their deeds. Part of our defense included medical records proving Krystal drove around not as a lookout but for due to medically documented ADHD; she doesn’t like to sit still We set the case for Trial as Krystal was adamant about her innocence and not going to plead, subpoenaed our witnesses and filed our Trial and Discovery Motions. Our star witness had given us a bad address and rumor had it that she had fled to Mexico. We were preparing to go forward anyway and argue Krystal’s innocence to a jury when Mr. Haggard, just as adamant as Krystal, persuasively and articulately argued all the points – again – in proof of her innocence to the prosecutors and won a Dismissal shortly before Trial.


BURGLARY OF A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE ON PAROLE

Case No. 1146824 – Nickolas B.

My name is Nick and Mr. Haggard has my permission to [use] my first name. I was on parole and caught three additional misdemeanor cases. When I lost all hope and thought all cards were against me, Mr. Haggard was by my side fighting for my freedom. He was my Wild Card!