A Results-Focused Approach to Criminal Defense

Case Results

Committed to Achieving Clients’ Goals throughout Midland & Odessa

At The Law Office of Aaron E. Eckman, PLLC, our Midland criminal defense lawyers take great pride in the results we have been able to achieve for our clients. Due to our experience, tenacity, and thorough preparation, we have had cases thrown out due to insufficient evidence, we have gotten sentences reduced, and have even helped clients avoid mandatory deportation or disqualification from DACA. The aggressive representation we provide enables our clients to breathe easier, knowing we are prepared to do everything in our power to protect their rights and freedoms. Read on to learn more about just a few of our many successful cases!

    • Felony Drug Possession
      Felony Drug Possession Dismissed at trial.

      State of Texas v. – Felony drug possession case dismissed at trial

    • USA v. B.
      USA v. B. Client granted federal probation.

      USA v. B. – client granted federal probation

    • USA v. R.
      USA v. R. Client granted federal probation.

      USA v. R. – client granted federal probation

    • DWI
      DWI DWI reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.

      Case: State v. E.G.
      Charge: DWI with Open Container (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: DWI reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.
      Client entered deferred adjudication probation.

    • Felony Drug Charge
      Felony Drug Charge Case Dismissed

      State of Texas v. B.S. – felony drug case dismissed after indictment

    • USA v. H.
      USA v. H. Successful argued client not career offender.

      USA v. H. – successful argued client not career offender

    • Criminal Trespass
      Criminal Trespass Client received deferred adjudication probation

      Case: State v. J.B.
      Charge: Criminal Trespass (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Client received deferred adjudication probation for 1 day after completing community service, paying fines, and anger management class.

    • USA v. D.
      USA v. D. Client qualified safety valve.

      USA v. D. – client qualified safety valve

    • Felony Drug Possession
      Felony Drug Possession Felony pretrial diversion.

      State of Texas v. D.N. – client accepted into felony pretrial diversion on felony drug possession charges

    • Theft $100 to $750
      Theft $100 to $750 Client received deferred adjudication probation.

      Case: State v. A.R.
      Charge: Theft $100 to $750 (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Client received deferred adjudication probation for 1 day after completing community service, paying fines, and taking theft class.

    • Possession Controlled Substance
      Possession Controlled Substance Dismissed pre-indictment.

      Case: State v. J.E.
      Charge: Possession Controlled Substance PG 1 Less Than 1 gram (State Jail Felony).

    • Second Degree Felony Drug Charge
      Second Degree Felony Drug Charge Reduced to misdemeanor punishment.

      State of Texas v. C.S. – second degree felony drug charges reduced to misdemeanor punishment

    • Assault Bodily Injury
      Assault Bodily Injury Dismissed by the State at jury trial setting.

      Case: State v. A.C.
      Charge: Assault Bodily Injury (Class A Misdemeanor).
      Result: Dismissed by the State at jury trial setting.

    • Theft $100 to $750
      Theft $100 to $750 Dismissed.

      Case: State v. J.J.
      Charge: Theft $100 to $750 (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Dismissed.

    • Possession of Marijuana
      Possession of Marijuana Client received deferred adjudication probation.

      Case: State v. K.W.
      Charge: Possession of Marijuana 0 to 2 ounces (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Client received deferred adjudication probation for 1 day after completing community service, paying fines, and taking drug offender education class.

    • Miranda Violation
      Miranda Violation Motion to Suppress granted.

      State of Texas v. L.R. – Motion to Suppress granted in part due to Miranda violation

    • 3rd Degree Felony Theft
      3rd Degree Felony Theft Charges Dismissed

      State of Texas v. J.S. – 3rd degree felony theft charges dismissed

    • Racing on a Highway
      Racing on a Highway Client received deferred adjudication probation.

      Case: State v. Al.C.
      Charge: Racing on a Highway (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Client received deferred adjudication probation for 1 day after completing community service, paying fines, and taking defensive driving.

    • Revocation of Felony Probation
      Revocation of Felony Probation Motion to Revoke Probation denied.

      Charge: Revocation of Felony Probation for Burglary of a Vehicle $20,000 to $100,000; Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 Less Than 1 Gram; & two charges of Theft $1,500 to $20,000.
      Result: Motion to Revoke Probation denied and client continued on probation.

    • Prostitution
      Prostitution Client accepted into pretrial diversion

      State of Texas v. J.G. – client accepted into pretrial diversion on misdemeanor Prostitution

    • Prostitution
      Prostitution Client accepted into pretrial diversion

      State of Texas v. B.O. – client accepted into pretrial diversion on misdemeanor Prostitution

    • Theft of Services
      Theft of Services Dismissed.

      Case: State v. N.M.
      Charge: Theft of Services (Class B Misdemeanor).

    • Theft of Services
      Theft of Services Dismissed.

      Case: State v. M.D.
      Charge: Theft of Services (Class B Misdemeanor).

    • Motion for New Trial
      Motion for New Trial Granted

      State of Texas v. K.H. – Motion for New Trial granted

    • Felony Distribution
      Felony Distribution Reduced to misprision of a felony.

      USA v. L. – felony distribution case reduced to misprision of a felony

    • Possession of Controlled Substance
      Possession of Controlled Substance Dismissed pre-indictment.

      Case: State v. J.G.
      Charge: Possession of Controlled Substance PG 1 Less Than 1 Gram (State Jail Felony).
      Result: Dismissed pre-indictment.

    • Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation
      Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation Motion to Revoke Probation Denied.

      Case: State v. A.R.
      Charge: Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation for Obstruction of a Highway.
      Result: Motion to Revoke Probation Denied. Client continued on deferred adjudication probation.

    • Revocation of Felony Probation
      Revocation of Felony Probation Motion to Revoke Probation Denied.

      Case: State v. R.S.
      Charge: Revocation of Felony Probation for Aggravated Assault
      Result: Motion to Revoke Probation Denied. Client continued on probation following drug treatment program.

    • Felony Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
      Felony Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle Dismissed at Trial.

      State of Texas v. S.E. – Felony Unauthorized Use of A motor vehicle dismissed at trial

    • Assault Family Violence
      Assault Family Violence Dismissed by the State at jury trial setting.

      Charge: Assault Family Violence (Class A Misdemeanor).

      Case: State v. E.R.

    • Alien Smuggling
      Alien Smuggling Charge reduced to misprision of felony.

      USA v. T.R. – Alien smuggling charged reduced to misprision of felony

    • Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation
      Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation Motion to Revoke Probation denied.

      Case: State v. J.S
      Charge: Revocation of Misdemeanor Probation for Obstruction of a Highway.
      Result: Motion to Revoke Probation denied and client continued on deferred adjudication probation.

    • DWI
      DWI DWI reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.

      Case: State v. R.M.
      Charge: DWI (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: DWI reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.
      Client entered deferred adjudication probation.

    • USA v. V.
      USA v. V. Client granted federal probation.

      USA v. V. – client granted federal probation

    • Theft of Services
      Theft of Services Dismissed.

      Case: State v. T.M.
      Charge: Theft of Services (Class B Misdemeanor).

    • Revocation Motion
      Revocation Motion Continued on federal pretrial diversion.

      USA v. C. – continued on federal pretrial diversion after revocation motion filed

    • Probation
      Probation Terminated.

      State of Texas v. C.B. – Probation terminated

    • DWI with Open Container
      DWI with Open Container Case reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.

      Case: State v. S.M.
      Charge: DWI with Open Container (Class B Misdemeanor).
      Result: Case reduced to Obstruction of a Highway.
      Client entered deferred adjudication probation.

    • Probation
      Probation Terminated

      State of Texas v. T.E. - Probation terminated