Not Guilty


NOT GUILTY – Felony Theft 1/19/17


Posted on Jan 20, 2017

Daniel Mehler and Megan Roper combined for a not guilty in the 144th District Court on a felony theft case. After a vigorous cross examination, several jurors told us the state simply did not produce enough credible evidence for a conviction. Another great win!

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Another big win, this time out of Adams County, Colorado. Daniel Mehler, working with local counsel Said Sharbini, secured a not guilty in Division 7 of Adams County Court. After objecting to a variety of the State’s evidence and witnesses, Mr. Mehler moved for a motion to acquit the defendant and the Court granted a not guilty due to the State having presented insufficient evidence to convict the accused.

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A big win in Bexar County Court at Law 14 with The Honorable Paul Canales presiding. Working with co-counsel Robert Gebbia, Daniel Mehler was able to secure the first medical marijuana jury charge ever given in the State of Texas. What this means is that a judge actually instructed a criminal jury on medical marijuana as a part of Texas law for them to consider.  Mr. Mehler argued that the jury was entitled to an instruction under 487...

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Yesterday, we picked a jury in Bexar County Court #1 in San Antonio, Texas.  Our client was in court on a possession of marijuana case.  He was adamant from the start that he was not guilty. He had no interest in taking any of the plea offers that the state made him.  We prepared for trial and got a great result. The case being dismissed after a jury is sworn in is the same as a not guilty.

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NOT GUILTY – Assault – 1/14/16


Posted on Jan 14, 2016

In Bexar County Court #7, our client heard the two sweetest words he’ll ever hear, “Not Guilty,” twice today. He was charged with Assault Bodily Injury Married and Interfering with an Emergency Call. The State of Texas brought the purported victim to court and under an intense cross examination, her story began to crumble. We sent it to the jury with a confidence that our argument was strong. 20 minutes later, the jury returned an...

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