OCIS Cases

Here are some of the cases that we have worked

State of TX vs. P.P.

Defendant was accused of Deadly conduct and Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon after the defendant was accused of shooting a weapon to destroy property. After the investigation was concluded, it was determined that the defendant did not commit the offenses as alleged. Case DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. M.A

Defendant was charged with criminal mischief after breaking out a window at a residence. The investigator was able to work with all involved and had a successful resolution.

State of TX vs. R.N

Defendant was charged with Criminal Negligent Homicide after she was accused of killing her child. During the investigation it was determined that the defendant was in a very abusive relationship and the police arrested the wrong person. Case DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. E.G.

Defendant was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The defendant was asleep in his bed when someone through an object through the window. The defendant gets up and is attacked. The defendant protected himself with a baseball bat. During the investigation, multiple people were interviewed and it was determined that the defendant was protecting himself. Case DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. J.F.

Defendant was charged with reckless manslaughter after a child drowned in the bathtub at his residence. During the investigation, it was determined that the person that left the water in the bathtub was another child. It was proven that this was an accident and not a criminal offense. Case DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. T.A.

Defendant was charged with Endangering a Child after her child got out of the house in the middle of the night. The child was able to unlock several doors while the mother slept. During the course of the investigation, the investigator was able to show that this was an accident and not intentionally. The case was DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. J.A.

Defendant was charged with sexual assault of a child. The allegation was that the defendant had sex with his daughter several times. During the course of the investigation, the investigation was able to prove that the offense was not committed and that there was motive for the lies. The case was DISMISSED!

State of TX vs. H.G.

Defendant was charged with UUMV. Defendant bought a vehicle for parts and the police determined that it was stolen. The defendant was arrested for the offense. During the investigation, the person that the defendant bought the truck from was interviewed by the defense. In the end, the investigator proved that the defendant did not steal the truck and was able to identify who actually stole the truck. Case DISMISSED!