I faced a bogus POM charge while in college that stemmed from an affidavit that contained several blatant lies. For example it incorrectly said that I supposedly purchased marijuana from an undercover agent. However, I was in Dallas for a funeral in front of hundreds of people that day. Furthermore, my roommate at the time had already plead guilty for the possession of the mj found in the apartment's living room. When I asked Ursha about the affidavit, he said something along the lines of, "well, they lie a little bit, you lie a little bit and the truth is somewhere in the middle." If I wasn't a broke college student, I would have left immediately. However, he charged me the last $1,000 I had. It was an awful experience that I endured and he was a part of it. I would never recommend this guy. He pushes the fact he knows all of the prosecutors and that he hangs out with them like that's supposed to instill confidence in him. I want someone who fights for you and isn't worried about ruffling some feathers. All in all, he may work for some folks, but he didn't work for me. I can not recommend him as an attorney.
Response from Richard Ursha August 26, 2015
Please feel free to call me at (512) 738-1266 to discuss the facts of your old POM case. I do my best for all my clients, including follow up work after. A vast majority of my POM cases are dismissed in a way that they can be expunged or non-disclosed. If your's was, I am happy to discuss helping you clear it off your record. Also, it is always the clients choice to take their case to a jury or to plea. If your case was truly bogus as you say, then you could have had a jury trial and brought the 100's of witnesses. I'm sorry you are not happy with the results in your case, but I am always happy to discuss the facts of your case with you.