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Greco Neyland, PC is a skilled criminal defense law firm located in Houston, TX. Our lawyers are dedicated to representing clients who are facing criminal charges. Whether you are at risk of conviction for drug crimes, sex crimes, DWI, theft crimes, violent crimes, juvenile crimes or any other crime, we may be able to help. We are members of the State Bar of Texas as well as the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association. The Fort Bend criminal defense attorneys at our firm aim to provide the highest quality criminal defense possible for our clients. Below, we have provided some examples of recent case results so that you can see some of the cases we have handled. If you have any questions about a case or are facing any type of criminal charges in Houston, contact Greco Neyland, PC right away and see how we may be able to help!

State of Texas v. M.G.

  • Charge: Theft (Motion to Adjudicate Guilt)
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Defendant (D) was given 9 months deferred adjudication for theft previously and violated the conditions of her probation by not doing ANY of the required conditions of probation. State wanted her adjudicate her guilty on the theft and to go to jail for 180 days as a result of her performance while on probation.
  • Case Result: Motion dismissed and client had her theft charge dismissed.

State of Texas v. O.A.

  • Charge: Resisting Arrest & Criminal Trespass
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client was a patron at a local Sam’s Club. He was asked to leave when he tried to pay for his purchases because they could not verify his bank information. He demanded to speak to a manager as he is a longtime patron of Sam’s. Stafford Police Office grabbed him from behind and a struggle ensued between the officer and our client. Our client was charged with BOTH criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Everything was caught on video and photos were taken. Numerous eyewitnesses witnessed the entire incident.
  • Case Result: Both cases DISMISSED.

State of Texas v. J.P.

  • Charge: Theft
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client is on video in a department store taking items and leaving the store without paying for the items.
  • Case Result: DISMISSED

State of Texas v. E.O.

  • Charge: Fictitious Registration
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client pulled over for having a fictitious registration sticker on his vehicle.
  • Case Result: DISMISSED

State of Texas v. L.K.

  • Charge: Theft (Motion to Adjudicate Guilt)
  • County: Harris
  • Summary: Defendant (D) was given 12 months deferred adjudication for theft previously and violated the conditions of her probation by not doing ANY of the required conditions of probation. State wanted her adjudicate her guilty on the theft and to go to jail for 180 days as a result of her performance while on probation.
  • Case Result: Motion dismissed and client had her theft charge dismissed.

State of Texas v. Y.W.

  • Charge: Felony Theft > $20,000.00 < $100,000.00
  • County: Harris
  • Summary: Client was arrested for allegedly stealing over $50,000.00 worth of restaurant equipment from a restaurant. Client was arrested with the allegedly stolen items in the back of a U-Haul Truck that was in Client’s name.
  • Case Result: DISMISSED.

State of Texas v. H.S.

  • Charge: Failure to Stop and Give Information
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client allegedly struck another automobile and fled the scene without giving his information to them. A trail of power steering fluid led police from the scene of the accident to my client’s house where he was outside his car standing. Client was arrested after admitting he was driving the vehicle. Client had two previous convictions for this same offense.
  • Case Result: DISMISSED on the day of trial.

State of Texas v. E.D.

  • Charge: Burglary of a Habitation
  • County: Nueces
  • Summary: Client was on Federal Supervised release when he was arrested for allegedly breaking into a dorm room on a college campus. Client was accused of stealing a purse which was located in his backpack once he was arrested. Client was twice convicted of felony offenses before this, so he was a true habitual, looking at 25-life in prison. Case was set for a suppression hearing after we rejected first a 10 year prison offer and then a 2 year prison offer just minutes before the hearing began.
  • Case Result: Motion to Suppress GRANTED. Client walked out of the jail a free man that day.

State of Texas v. M.P.

  • Charge: Felon in Possession of a Weapon
  • County: Galveston
  • Summary: Client was in a bar at the hotel where he was staying. Client became very intoxicated and had to be carried to his room. On the way to this room the security guard felt the gun in my client’s waistband. Once they took him to his room, they shut the room and called police. Police arrived and knocked on the door and saw the gun on the bed. They arrested my client for being a felon in possession of a handgun. Client was a true habitual, meaning he was facing 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
  • Case Result: Motion to Suppress GRANTED. Client walked out of the jail a free man that afternoon.

State of Texas v. R.N.

  • Charge: Resisting Arrest
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client was arrested after the car she was a passenger in was pulled over on traffic. Client was arrested for public intoxication and began to allegedly resist the two officers trying to arrest her. The entire incident was caught on video.
  • Case Result: Jury was given an instruction from the Judge to find the Defendant NOT GUILTY (Directed Verdict). Client was thereby ACQUITTED by a JURY.

State of Texas v. A.H.

  • Charge: Felony Evading with a Motor Vehicle
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client fled on his motorcycle at speeds in excess of 100mph from police until he was caught.
  • Case Results: Reduced to Class B Misdemeanor and given 6 months Deferred Adjudication.

State of Texas v. B.H.

  • Charge: Credit Card Abuse – Motion to Adjudicate Guilt
  • County: Fort Bend
  • Summary: Client picked up a new prostitution case, in addition to testing positive for cocaine three times while on probation and missed 3 scheduled meetings with her probation officer. DA offered 6 months State Jail.
  • Case Results: Motion Dismissed.

State of Texas v. E.R.

  • Charge: Indecency with a Child
  • County: Harris
  • Case Results: Reduced to class A Misdemeanor, Assault. Given 1 year deferred adjudication.
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Dustan and his staff create the best team. They know the law, and made me feel like I was involved and understood everything that was going on. Dustan took the time to explain to me and my family what we could expect, and then led the way.
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15:33 11 Dec 18
Dustan and his staff helped handle my divorce proceedings. He was incredibly knowledgeable and on top of everything I needed to do. Everything was handled in a timely and professional manner. I’m very thankful for his expertise in helping me to manage a difficult situation.
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Jordan Bradshaw
15:31 11 Dec 18
The staff at Greco Neyland helped a friend of mine on a case. Everyone was so nice and friendly! I definitely recommend them to anyone who needs someone knowledgeable who also really cares about their clients.
Justin Washington
Justin Washington
23:12 06 Nov 18
Dunstan and the staff at Greco Neyland are truly professional and very helpful and understanding through the process. I was facing a felony case and Dunstan got it no billed . I definitely recommend this firm if you want a lawyer that’s going to defend and fight for you.
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