DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 2021988 – Francis N.
1st SETTING DISMISSAL W/ 2 PRIOR DWLS CONVICTIONS

Nelson had done jail time on 2 prior DWLS cases, in ’05 & ’06. He had a good job at a Galleria-area hotel when he caught his 3rd license case. This time he hired the Haggard Law Firm for a 1st setting Dismissal after we prepared the case.

 


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 2002853 – Aditya A.
DISMISSED

Client’s license was suspended due to a DWI. He was stopped for speeding and arrested for DWLS and also for the concealed handgun in his car – made illegal because he was committing another offense – the DWLS. Haggard Law Firm got both cases dismissed and an Order from the judge restoring the gun to our client.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID
Case No.1988196 – Hideki N.
DISMISSED

Hideki was a CNC engineer who needed to be able to drive to work but his license had been suspended under the point system for no insurance tickets. At the time of our Dismissal his license was still under suspension but we helped him obtain an Occupational License. We also obtained and presented other documentation sufficient to obtain a Dismissal.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID W/ PRIOR DWLS CHARGE
Case No. 1988913 Isabel C.

DISMISSED BY 1ST CT APPEARANCE

Isabel got busy with work and missed some surcharge payments. We advised her on documents and made recommendations to prevent it happening again including a speedy expunction so in case she got another DWLS it wouldn’t show as her 3rd.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID W/ PRIOR CONVICTION ENHANCEMENT
Case No. 1972961 Sean B.

DISMISSED BY 1ST CT APPEARANCE

Sean was a financial advisor who forgot to keep up with his own financial affairs – his surcharge payments. We prepared the case in advance and were able to obtain a first-setting Dismissal despite the State’s added enhancement.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID
Case No. 1965402 James R.
DISMISSED

James had 2 prior DWLI convictions and a 3rd DWLI pending in another county when he hired us to help him on his 4th DWLI. After fighting with the DA’s in court regarding DPS records and his 3 prior DWLI’s, we devised a game plan for the case and returned to court for more arguing – and a Dismissal.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID W/ PRIOR SUSPENSION CONVICTION and W/O INSURANCE
Case No. 1957525 – Stephen K.

DISMISSED BY 1ST CT APPEARANCE

Stephen was not aware that his TDL had been suspended due to DWI surcharges nor did he know that his insurance had recently dropped him. He had a record of prior charges but we advised him and obtained a Dismissal by the time of our 1st court appearance.

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID
Case No. 1947760 – Christina K.

DISMISSED 1ST CT APPEARANCE

Christina was a dental assistant with a clean record who needed to keep it that way for her employment. When stopped by police she was surprised to learn her license was invalid due to outstanding surcharges and insurance problems. We advised her on what needed to be done for the best and quickest resolution to the case and were able to obtain a Dismissal by the time of our 1st court appearance.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1928793 – Luis S.

DISMISSED 1ST CT APPEARANCE

Luis’ license was suspended due to several Failure to Appear tickets. He also had a problem with his Social Security impacting this case.  We advised him of everything that needed to be done to strengthen our position and were able to get his case dismissed by the time of our 1st court appearance.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1493945 – Jack C.

DISMISSED

In an all-too-typical scenario, Jack fell $1,000 behind on his surcharges to DPS after a DWI conviction when, due to rain, he was unable to work in his construction trade. Mr. Haggard was able to work an arrangement with Prosecutors that both enabled Jack to pay off his surcharges and saved his license from being re-suspended, and then obtained a Dismissal of the subject charge.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1836507 – Maria P.

DISMISSED BY OUR FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

This was Maria’s second DWLS charge and her prior DWLS was a conviction. Her license had been suspended for several years due to tickets but she was unaware of the suspension until stopped on a traffic violation. Another attorney told her incorrectly she would have to wait until certain documents were in hand to conclude the case. We advised otherwise and we also knew the DA we were dealing with and were able to prepare and advise her ahead of court to obtain a Dismissal by our first court appearance, despite her previous DWLS conviction.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID
Case No. 1758775 Stacy B.

DISMISSED

Nicole’s extensive record of drug convictions returned to harassher years later – after she had turned her life around and started a successful advertising business – in the form of an arrest for Driving While License Invalid in Houston. She had failed to take a drug class, had administrative fees outstanding, SR-22 problems and owed some $1000 in tickets. We advised her on the best way to handle this, waded our way through the paperwork and ran interference with the DA’s office and DPS and were able to obtain a Dismissal after only several weeks.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID
Case No. 1304607 – Michael H.

DISMISSED

Our client’s license had been suspended for a drug conviction and at the time of his arrest he had not yet completed his drug class. Nevertheless, Mr. Haggard was able to obtain a Dismissal.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1781015 – Kenna H.

DISMISSED

Kenna’s license was suspended for no insurance and expired registration tickets . He got the registration ticket dismissed, reinstated his insurance and paid his tickets – but not aware it was not done in the proper time frame and that he therefore still had active warrants out for his arrest. And unfortunately, since he moved, he didn’t receive the letter from DPS notifying him of he suspension until after he was arrested. Working with the State prosecutors, we proved that Kenna had demonstrated financial responsibility, just too late to prevent the suspension, that he had moved and was not notified, and got him sufficient time to allow him to pay … more surcharges and to file an SR-22 and then obtained a Dismissal once his license was clear.


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Case No. 1652766 – Jerry P.

DISMISSED

Jerry had a DWI on his record and his license had been suspended for not paying a surcharge – but – typically – Jerry was unaware of the suspension since he had recently moved. We were able to sufficiently prove the change of residence and lack of notification by DPS.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1538212 – Chris M.

DISMISSED

Chris’ DWI attorney did not inform him about the how the DWI would affect his license and the resulting surchages. As a result Chris was arrested for a DWLS while still on probation for his DWI. Chris’ grandfather, the pastor of a large, prominent Houston church, retained Mr. Haggard to straighten out the mess and try to prevent the State from revoking his grandson’s DWI probation. Mr. Haggard obtained a rapid Dismissal of the DWLS and worked with the probation office and courts to prevent the filing of a Motion to Revoke Probation – a rare occurrence in Houston. [Normally, an arrest while on probation triggers the automatic filing of an MRP.]


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1459864 – Brian B.

DISMISSED

Although our client had a prior drug conviction and a prior DWLS conviction, Mr. Haggard was able to get this current DWLS charge dismissed in part by working with prosecutors and our client to clear his license which had been suspended for unpaid surcharges and was discovered when Brian was involved in an accident and an officer ran his license.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1427626 – Luther W. M.

DISMISSED

Our client had a prior criminal history but by the time of this case was the responsible owner of a marketing firm who was nevertheless unaware that his license had been suspended due to tickets. Although DPSnotified him of the suspension he was completely unaware of it.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1427579 – Danny Joe M.

DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

Our client learned for the first time his license was suspended when he was pulled over on a “random traffic stop” according to police. No SR-22 insurance was required and Mr. Haggard was able to obtain a Dismissal, despite a prior conviction, by the first court setting.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1415959 – Lymell C.
DISMISSED

Our client had surcharge-related problems with his Texas license and thought he could drive here legally using his Missouri license. When he showed police two licenses from two states he was charged with possession of a fictitious license as well as DWLS. Mr. Haggard was able to help our client clear his license and then obtained the Dismissal of both charges.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1325007 – Peggy H.

DISMISSED

Our client’s license had been suspended for her failure to satisfy an $8,000 judgment for having caused an auto accident without insurance. Mr. Haggard helped her obtain a payment plan and guided her through the procedures she needed to take to both comply with the Judgment and reinstate her license.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1322180 – Jonny P.

DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

Our client was unaware his license had been suspended. Based on his knowledge of this court and his experience in similar cases, Mr. Haggard was able to obtain a Dismissal by his first court appearance.

Mr. Haggard used his knowledge and experience to get my case dismissed.
~ Johnny P.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1299795 – Zackary M.

DISMISSED WHILE ON PROBATION FOR THE UNDERLYING CONVICTION

Our client’s license had been suspended for a drug conviction but his previous attorney had not made him aware that he would lose his license as a result of his drug conviction.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1290488 – Kimberly T.

DISMISSED

Our client’s license had been suspended in 1995 for having caused an accident without insurance to pay for the damages. She never went to court and a judgment was entered against her. She had contacted the Plaintiff’s attorney several times in the 2 years prior to her arrest for DWLS to try to work out a payment plan but had not made any headway when she was one day stopped and arrested for DWLS. One attorney advised her to file for bankruptcy. Mr. Haggard had a better idea as to how she should solve her problems. Not only did our client not have to file bankruptcy; Mr. Haggard was able to obtain a Dismissal.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1265262 – Warren B.

DISMISSED

Our client’s license had been suspended for unpaid traffic tickets but he had moved and so was not notified by mail. Based on his current knowledge of the court, Mr. Haggard was able to advise our client what needed to be done. Our client followed his advice, Mr. Haggard went to work, and obtained a Dismissal.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1262272 – Bradley P.

DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

Our client’s license had been suspended for unpaid traffic tickets. Using his experience and knowledge of this particular court in cases like this, Mr. Haggard advised our client what needed to be done and obtained a Dismissal by the first court hearing.


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1355807- Jose R.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1352736 – Kenneth E.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1348696 – Carmelo B.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1347714 – Morgan S.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1334363 – Mohammad M.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1154482 – Enrique A.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1061141 – Lance M.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 1057361 – Joel A.

DISMISSED


DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Case No. 9937005 – Kimberly B.

DISMISSED