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Here is a brief sample of Carlo D'Angelo's courtroom results.

Carlo Dangelo Criminal Defense Lawyer Attorney resultsCase Dismissed:  

State v. M.W. (Van Zandt County) Client charged with Assault. Result: Case dismissed before trial by District Attorney.

State v. R.S. (Smith County) Client charged with Welfare Benefits Fraud. Result: Case dismissed before trial by District Attorney.

State v. T.S. (Wood County) Client charged with Deadly Conduct (discharge of a firearm). Result: Case Dismissed by District Attorney.

State v. J.M. (Hopkins County) Client charged wtih DWI with a blood draw result over .08. Result: Case dismissed by District Attorney.

State v. D.M. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with DWI with breath over .10. Result: Case Dismissed by State. 

State v. E.R. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with DWI. ResultDPS Suspension of DL dismissed after ALR hearing.

State v. M.M. ( Wood County, Texas) Client charged with possession of a Meth. Lab. Result: Case Dismissed.

State v. J.J. (Wood County, Texas) Client accused of committing a lewd act on a child. Result: Case Dismissed.

State v. J.H. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine Result: Motion to Suppress Search Warrant Granted (Case Dismissed)

State v. J.S. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Felony Aggravated Assault Result: Charges Dismissed during jury trial.

State v. M.F. ( Wood County, Texas) Client charged with dealing in stolen property (Case Declined for Prosecution by State)

State v. J.J. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with DWI with breath over .10 (Case Dismissed by State) United.

 

Not Guilty:  

State v. R.G. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with Theft of Livestock (85 head of cattle from stockyard) Result: Not Guilty United.

State v. J.W. (First Trial) (Broward County, Florida) Client, a licensed male massage therapist, was accused by two former female clients of committing Sexual Battery during private massage sessions. Despite the jury hearing the testimony both alleged victims in a single trial, the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty.

State v. J.W. (Second Trial) (Broward County, Florida) At the trial of the second alleged victim of Sexual Battery, the jury in that case once again returned a verdict of Not Guilty.

State v. R.C. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Possession of Cocaine Result: Not Guilty.

State v. R.C. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Possession of Cocaine and Battery on a Police Officer Result: Not Guilty.

State v. R.S.(Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Not Guilty.

State v. D.K. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Not Guilty.

State v. B.M. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Not Guilty.

State v. V.O. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Not Guilty.

State v. S.N. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Battery Result: Not Guilty.

State v. V.B. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Fifth Driving While Intoxicated offense Result: Not Guilty. 

State v. F.O. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Not Guilty.

State v. D.W. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Possession of Cocaine Result: Not Guilty

State v. A.K. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance Result: Not Guilty

 

Case "No-Billed":  

State v. M.H. (Smith County) Client charged with Aggravated Kidnapping and Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Result: Grand Jury "No Bill". 

State v. R.A. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with Aggravated Assault with a Firearm. Result: Case "no- billed" by Grand Jury.

State v. D.M. (Smith County, Texas) Client charged with Sexual Assault Result: Smith County Grand Jury "No Bill "(Submitted a Grand JuryPacket that Resulted in No Bill of Charges)

 

 Deferred Adjudication:  

tate v. T.E. (Wood County, Texas) First Trial: State maintained at trial that vehicle involved in drive-by shooting Murder was caught on video surveillance Result: Hung Jury (Mistrial) Second Trial: State maintained that drive by shooting Murder was gang related. Result: Hung Jury (Mistrial) As a result of two hung juries, the district attorney offered a plea of Deferred Adjudication Probation.

States v. D.P. (Eastern District of Texas) Client charged in Federal Dog Fighting Conspiracy Result: Federal Indictment Dismissed (client received deferred adjudication in State Court) United.

 

Probation:  

United States v. B.L. (Southern District of Florida) Client charged in federal drug Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana. According to the United States Sentencing Guidelines, client was facing a mandatory term of imprisonment. Result: Downward Departure from the mandatory imprisonment range based upon the clients extraordinary parental responsibilities (Client received probation).

United States v. L.A. (Eastern District of Texas) Client was charged with Intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine Result: Successfully argued for a Downward Departure from recommended prison sentence. District Court sentenced client to 46 months Probation.

United States v. D.R. (Eastern District of Texas) Client faced federal prison for purchasing firearms with knowledge they would be imported to Mexico. Result: 5 years probation

 

Other:

 State v. R.G. (Smith County) Client charged with Felony DWI (alleging vehicle was used as deadly weapon in car accident involving a minor child). Result: Client avoided a two-year minimum prison sentence and received 5 years probatoin for the reduced charge of child endangerment. 

State v. R.M. (Wood County) Client accused of committing the felony offense of injury to a child. Result: Sheriff's Office decline to present a case for prosecution.

United States v. K.F. (Southern District of Florida) Client, a police officer, charged with Extortion and Conspiracy to Distribute 50 Kilograms of Cocaine. Result: Court granted a 35-month downward departure from the sentencing guidelines.

State v. C.S. (Bowie County, Texas) Client on appeal from capital murder conviction and death sentence Result: Trial court granted 11.07 writ and vacated client's death sentence. 

State v. T.C. (Wood County, Texas) Client charged with DWI with breath over .08. ResultCase Reduced to Reckless Driving.  

State v. J.C. (Smith County, Texas) As a consequence of his prior lawyers incompetence, client was sentenced to 30-years imprisonment after entering an open guilty plea. Result: State agreed to 11.07 writ due to ineffective assistance of client's former counsel. 

State v. J.S. (Wood County) Client charged with felony offense of Deadly Conduct (discharge of a firearm). Result: Charge reduced to misdemeanor offense.

United States v. D.H. (Eastern District of Texas) Client indicted as leader of a Crack Cocaine Conspiracy. Court granted Defendant's objection to the criminal history calculation and awarded a 30-month downward departure at sentencing. 

States v. R.B. (Eastern District of Texas) Client charged with Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine and Methamphetamine. Result: Downward Departure from the sentencing guidelines based upon an overrepresentation of client's criminal record. 

States v. R.B. (Eastern District of Texas) Client charged with Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine and Methamphetamine. Result: Downward Departure from the sentencing guidelines based upon an overrepresentation of client's criminal record.

United States v. M.W. (Northern District of Texas) Client charged in a first-of-its-kind Extortion and Telecommunications Fraud telephone "swatting" federal indictment. Result: 2-year Downward Departure from the Sentencing Guidelines. 

State v. A.L. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Battery on a Police Officer and Resisting Arrest with Violence Result: Judgment of Acquittal by the Trial Court.

State v. E.N. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated Result: Judgment of Acquittal by the Trial Court. 

State v. D.W. (Broward County, Florida) Client charged with Resisting a Police Officer with Violence Result: Judgment of Acquittal by the Trial Judge.

 

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