Over a decade of experience has given Channing Neary the opportunity to provide legal counsel to people with a variety of needs. With focus and compassion, she has successfully defended her clients and opened a path to a bright future. Call 512-769-2371 to discuss how your case may become a success story.*
Client was indicted with an Intoxication Manslaughter charge. The initial offer was 4 years in jail. The plea negotiations lasted over a year, but the charges were dismissed and reduced to a charge of class B misdemeanor, Boating While Intoxicated. We litigated a pretrial suppression hearing and prevailed. The state was not allowed to admit the blood test results that were collected at the hospital into evidence. The state appealed the ruling, but eventually dismissed all charges.
Murder & Aggravated Assault
Client was charged with Murder and three charges of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. There was no offer on the case. After two years, several pretrial hearings, and the case being on the jury docket, the state dismissed all charges pending further investigation.
Assault Family Violence
Client was charged with class A misdemeanor Assault Family Violence. The testimony of the police officers that arrived on scene was that the client has his hands on the accuser’s neck. The jury returned a not guilty verdict in twenty minutes.
Client was initially investigated for sexual assault in Williamson County. The state filed misdemeanor class A assault charges. The offer was 90 days in the Williamson County Jail. The day of the jury trial the state dismissed the case.
Client was charged with driving while intoxicated. The video showed driving on the wrong side of the road and poor performance of the standardized field sobriety tests. The breath test results were .179. The client had a bright future ahead that would have been derailed with a DWI conviction. The driving while intoxicated charge was dismissed.
Class A Assault
Client was involved in a fight with two bouncers on 4th street. He was charged with class A assault. The case had been on the jury docket while he was represented by other counsel. After being hired for one week, the case was reduced to a class C misdemeanor.
Client was charged with driving while intoxicated. He blew over the legal limit and had an extensive criminal history. The state was not willing to offer probation. The offer was 45 days in jail. We had a pretrial hearing to litigate whether there was a detention or a consensual encounter. The judge ruled in our favor and suppressed all evidence of the field sobriety tests and breath test. The DWI charge was dismissed.
Client was initially charged with Aggravated Robbery, a first degree felony, after holding up a pharmacy. The case was eventually negotiated to a State Jail Felony Theft charge. The client was placed on probation with no additional jail time.
Client was charged with sexual assault, a second degree felony. The case was negotiated down to a class A misdemeanor assault charge. The client was placed on probation.
Burglary of a Habitation
Client was placed on ten years probation with no additional jail time for burglary of a habitation. The co-defendant in the case was charged with Aggravated Robbery and Capital Murder. The co-defendant received twelve years in prison on the Aggravated Robbery charge.
*Outcomes are from Channing Neary's past clients. However, no results can be guaranteed. They're dependent on the details of your specific case.