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Jonathan A. Zendeh Del
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Jonathan Zendeh Del’s Legal Cases

8 total

  • GP v. AE

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Outcome:
    High Dollar Policy-limit Settlement
    Description:
    Personal injury case involving a motor vehicle accident.
  • DE v. Retail Store

    Practice Area:
    Libel & Slander
    Outcome:
    High Dollar Settlement
    Description:
    Defamation action arising out Defendant's posting of posting Plaintiffs' photos on retail store window and calling Plaintiffs "thieves"
  • TN v. TS

    Practice Area:
    Business
    Outcome:
    High Dollar Verdict For My Client
    Description:
    Property dispute over what contents of a building were included in sale of a business
  • GP v. SM

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Outcome:
    High Six Figure Settlement
    Description:
    Personal injury case involving a motor vehicle accident
  • State vs. R.S. - Arrested for DWI, Reduced to Speeding then DISMISSED

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Outcome:
    CASE DISMISSED
    Description:
    CASE RESULT - STATE OF TEXAS VS R.S. – CLIENT CHARGED WITH DWI. RESULT: CASE REDUCED TO SPEEDING. R.S. was driving in Galveston County late one night when he was pulled over for speeding. The officer approached his vehicle claimed to have smelled a “strong odor of alcohol” emitting from R.S.’s breath. The officer ordered R.S. to exit the vehicle and attempted to perform field sobriety tests on him. R.S. was then arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, Texas. R.S. was booked at the Galveston County jail, bonded out and called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We requested the dashcam videos and audio recordings from police car on the scene. After analyzing R.S.’s story, the officers’ statements, the officer’s actions, and R.S.’s actions, we began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. We saw the weaknesses in the state’s DWI case, and set it for trial. Before trial, because of our representation, the state offered to reduce the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case to speeding (a class c misdemeanor ticket. We negotiated a deal where R.S. pleaded no contest to the speeding charge and received one day deferred adjudication on the speeding ticket. The case has subsequently been dismissed. R.S. served no additional jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will be suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.S. never had to sit for a trial. R.S. was not convicted of any offense. If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, you need an experienced Galveston County DWI defense lawyer on your side. If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Galveston County, read our DWI page and call our office today. Calls are answered 24/7 by a live operator. Don’t wait; call today. 409-740-1111.
  • CASE RESULT - STATE OF TEXAS VS. R.A. - Client Arrested and Charged with Possession of Marijuana RESULT: CASE DISMISSED

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    CASE DISMISSED
    Description:
    CASE RESULT - STATE OF TEXAS VS. R.A. - Client Arrested and Charged with Possession of Marijuana RESULT: CASE DISMISSED R.A. was driving in Galveston County one day when he was stopped for a traffic violation. The officer claimed to have smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, and R.A. was asked to exit his car. The officer asked for permission to search R.A.’s vehicle and R.A. granted permission. The officer found marijuana in the vehicle and arrested R.A. for possession of marijuana in Galveston County. R.A. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. Under Texas law, a person commits the offense of possession of marijuana if he or she knowingly or intentionally possesses a useable quantity of marijuana. R.A. bonded out of jail and called our office. We immediately got to work. Through our representation, we were able to get the Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED on the first court setting. R.A. never had to sit for a trial, did no probation, did no jail time, and did not lose his driver’s license. The case was dismissed. If you have been arrested for possession of marijuana in Galveston County Texas, you need an experienced Galveston County criminal defense lawyer on your side. Call our office today to discuss your options. Calls are answered 24/7.
  • State vs. R.F. - DWI DISMISSED

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Aug 08, 2014
    Outcome:
    CASE DISMISSED
    Description:
    R.F. was driving in Galveston County late one night when he allegedly caused a collision with another vehicle, allegedly causing damage to the other vehicle. R.F. allegedly fled the scene in his vehicle. The driver of the other vehicle called the police and allegedly followed R.F as R.F allegedly drove down the road. The police allegedly caught up with R.F and pulled him over. R.F. was allegedly intoxicated, and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). R.F. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation for what he thought was going to be an uphill battle. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. We saw the weaknesses in the state’s DWI case. After fighting the case for nearly two years, the district attorney dismissed the driving while intoxicated (DWI) case. R.F. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will NOT be suspended, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.F. never had to sit for a trial.
  • State vs. R.P. - DWI DISMISSED

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Aug 12, 2014
    Outcome:
    CASE DISMISSED
    Description:
    R.P. was driving late one night when he was allegedly clocked driving twenty miles per hour over the speed limit. The police officer pulled over R.P., who submitted to standardized field sobriety tests. R.P. allegedly performed poorly on the field sobriety tests and was arrested for for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). Once at the police station, R.P. submitted to a breath sample, which registered nearly three times the legal limit. R.P.’s case was accepted by the district attorney, and R.P. was charged with DWI with BAC > .15, which is a Class A Misdemeanor in Texas, bearing punishment of up to a year in the county jail and up to a $4,000 fine. R.P. bonded out and immediately called our office for representation. We were hired on the case and immediately got to work. We began poking holes in the state’s DWI case. Through our aggressive representation of R.P., we were successful in having all charges dismissed. R.P. served no jail time, does not have a DWI conviction, his driver’s license will NOT be suspended as a result of the DWI case, he did no probation, and he did no community service. Additionally, R.P. never had to sit for a trial. http://www.galvestonjustice.com/blog/single-entry/galveston-county-dui-dwi-lawyer-case-result-all-charges-dropped