Criminal Case Results
State v. A.R. -- November 2017
CAPITAL MURDER -- MISTRIAL. 213th District Court in Tarrant County, Texas. Client was facing a mandatory life sentence in state prison. The allegations were that the client shot and killed a 17-year old female victim during an alleged robbery. During trial, Attorney Jayson Nag was able to convince the jury that not only was there no robbery committed but that the client was not the shooter even though the client confessed to the murder.
State v. R.V. -- September 2017
2 years TDC, client originally faced LIFE in prison - Manufacture/Delivery of Controlled Substance namely Cocaine; 1st Degree Felony in Tarrant County. Client was facing life in prison. After extensive research and analysis of the traffic stop and the detention, Jayson Nag filed a Motion to Suppress the Evidence based on lack of Reasonable Suspicion and a prolonged detention. The State agreed with Jayson Nag that the judge may suppress (kick-out) the evidence due to the prolonged detention. The State agreed to reduce the charge to a 2nd-Degree and the client plead to only 2 years TDC which is the ABSOLUTE MINIMUM. Client may be parole eligible after 4 or 5 months.
State v. L.H. -- August 2016
No Bill - Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child under 14; 1st Degree Felony in Tarrant County. Jayson Nag was able to present a Grand Jury defense to the Grand Jury in Tarrant County. A case had already been filed in the 432nd District Court in Tarrant County. Jayson successfully argued during the presentation that the alleged victim fabricated the outcry against the client. The client was facing 5 to 99 years of life in prison. The Grand Jury dismissed the case.
State v. Z.W. -- July 2016
No Bill - 1st Degree Felony in Tarrant County. Attorney Jayson Nag successfully presented a Grand Jury defense for a client who was charged with 1st Degree Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1. The Grand Jury was swayed by Jayson Nag's argument that the police did not follow proper procedure in violation of state law and No Billed the case.
State v. K.C. -- June 2016
Attorney Jayson Nag was able to get a Theft case dismissed in County Criminal Court Number 3 in Tarrant County outright and was able to convince the State's attorney to allow the client to file for an early expunction thereby erasing all arrest records and criminal charge. Client was wrongfully arrested and charged with Theft $100-750. Jayson Nag successfully argued that the client had no intent to steal and the State's attorney agreed. Client will now have entire record stemming from this incident erased.
State v. K.A. -- May 2016
Probation reinstated. After a Motion to Adjudicate was filed on the client in Criminal District Court Number 2 in Tarrant County due to alleged bribes to a police officer and for drug use, attorney Jayson Nag successfully convinced the Tarrant DA's office to allow the client to enter in-patient drug rehab and the State dismissed their motion.
State v. T.A. - February 2015
NOT GUILTY after trial on the merits. Client was charged with assault in County Criminal Court Number Five in Tarrant County. Jayson Nag successfully argued at trial that there was no intent to cause harm and there was no contact made.
Family Case Results
ITMOTMO Mohamed -- November 2017
324th, District Court in Tarrant County, Texas. Attorney Steven Ditommaso won a hearing on a Motion for New Trial on a case where our client was defaulted due to error made by the client's former attorney. At trial, Attorney Ditommaso convinced the judge to grant every request asked for including exclusive parental rights, primary designation and child support.
ITIO Smith -- August 2016
Attorney Jayson Nag won a hearing on a Bill of Review, a very rare feat in family law. A Bill of Review is a last resort review of a case. Jayson was able to convince the court (the 231st District Court in Tarrant) that a case had been improperly dismissed and to reinstate the case on the court's docket. This saved the client thousands of dollars and months of litigation.
ITMOTMO Krysko -- July 2016
Attorney Jayson Nag won a hearing on a Motion for New Trial in the 322nd District Court in Tarrant County for a client who had a divorce granted against him without proper notice. This potentially saved the client ten of thousands of dollars in community property.
ITIO Meek -- June 2016
Jayson Nag was able to convince the 360th family district court in Tarrant County to grant a Writ of Habeas Corpus ordering the State of Florida to order a mother to return the child to the clients (grandparents) after the mother fled with the child across state lines.
ITIO Jones -- May 2016
Jayson Nag won a Temporary Orders contested hearing in the 422nd District Court in Kaufman County that resulted in his client being awarded primary custody of his kids.