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State of Texas v. Román Law Office Client (2015)

Our client was being charged with a first-degree felony of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She faced five to 99 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000. She was a legal permanent resident. The state offered a reasonable plea deal, but our client could not take the plea deal because it would adversely affect her legal status in this country.  We worked up the case; interviewed the relevant witnesses.  Ultimately, the State dismissed the case.


State of Texas v. Román Law Office Client (October 2020)

Our client is a young man. The court appointed us as his attorney. He was stopped for a traffic violation while riding on his motorcycle. Our client admitted that he had a concealed handgun within his pants. He was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm.  The State offered a good plea deal, but the fact is that our client had every right to carry the firearm.

The Texas Motorist Protection Act , permits any law-abiding Texas resident the legal right to carry a handgun inside their motor vehicle in Texas without a Handgun License to Carry or any other permit.

Lawful carry of a gun while in a vehicle in Texas only requires the following conditions:

  1.  The handgun must NOT be in plain view; it must be concealed.
  2. You are NOT engaged in criminal activity (excluding Class C traffic misdemeanors).
  3. Federal law does NOT prohibit you from possessing a firearm.
  4. You are NOT a member of a criminal gang.

Furthermore the firearm must be concealed or hidden from view. The gun owner, even without a Carry License, is free to wear it in a holster as long as he/she stays within the vehicle.


In the Matter of the Marriage of a ROMÁN LAW OFFICE Client (September 2020)

Our client was married with three children. He was a hard worker who loved and supported his family. He wanted to have primary custody of his children, and he wanted to remain the family residence. At the end of his case, our client received what he wanted.  He was awarded primary custody of this children and he kept the family residence.


State of Texas v. Román Law Office (November 2020)

Our client entered the country legally and married his wife. He was arrested for domestic violence and placed in immigration removal proceedings. We represented on the criminal charge. We worked with our client and advised him that he could not accept a plea deal.  He would have to go to trial to obtain a “not guilty” verdict.  We prepared for trial.  Ultimately, the case against our client was dismissed.

A guilty verdict or a plea deal would have had him removed from the United States.


State of Texas v. Román Law Office Client (October 2020)

Our client entered the country legally. She married a U.S. citizen and began the process of becoming a legal permanent resident. Unfortunately, she was wrongfully arrested for prostitution. Any form of conviction would hurt her chances of becoming a legal permanent resident and risked having ICE place her in removal proceedings.

Román Law Office’s extensive experience in criminal and immigration matters helped the client obtain a dismissal of her case.


State of Texas v. Román Law Office Client (January 2021)

Our client was arrested for a sexual offense. The client was undergoing a legal process to become a legal permanent resident. He needed a law office that has experience in handling criminal and immigration matters. A conviction of any type would hurt his chances of becoming a legal permanent resident and would have placed him in removal proceedings.

Román Law Office secured a dismissal of his case and he was released from detention.


State V. Román Law Office CLIENT (FEBRUARY 2021)

One of our young clients was arrested for a DWI. The end result of our representation resulted in a dismissal of his case.