Blogs from January, 2015


A defense attorney's success depends on their ability to prove that the defendant did not commit the crime they were accused of. To make this even more challenging, the prosecution is actively opposing everything the defense attorney is trying to do.

When a case is before a Grand Jury, the Jury must find probable cause that the defendant committed the crime charged. This is the overarching standard and must be adhered to throughout the case. It is toward this end that the prosecution presents evidence and conducts cross-examinations.

When probable cause has not been established, the defendant cannot be convicted of the alleged crime. This is considered a "no bill" and is one of the most sought after case results for defense attorneys throughout the country.

Giving Our Clients a Second Chance at Life

Our firm is thrilled to share that four of our most recent cases resulted in a "no bill." We consider it an immense privilege to give our clients the future they deserve and we work tirelessly to ensure that this is the case.

We achieved "no bills" for all of the following cases:

  • State v. James Cause Number 1388855 Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon
  • State v. Howard Cause Number 1386845 Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon
  • State v. Forte Cause Number 1379255 Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon
  • State v. Alford Cause Number 1394177 Tampering/Fabricating Physical Evidence

As evidenced by the above cases, we are fully capable of handling any charges related to firearms, assault, and tampering with physical evidence. Our firm has 15 years of experience, each year more successful than the last.

If you have been accused of committing a crime and are unsure where to turn, contact our Fort Worth criminal defense attorney. At The Law Office of Lesa Pamplin, maintaining your innocence is our first priority. Schedule your free consultation today!