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  • OCTOBER 2014 – A woman was arrested by private investigators when she failed to show up for a court date and a warrant was issued. She fought back when they attempted to arrest her. They charged her with assault. She thought she had no choice but to plea until she hired Mark Lassiter. Mark let her know that these were not police officers and because she believed she was being kidnapped at first she had every right to assault them. Mark took the case to trial and she was found NOT GUILTY of any wrongdoing.
  • OCTOBER 2014 – A young lady was arrested when her husband called the police claiming she had hit him and her child. He showed the police a busted lip and his torn shirt. The police arrested her without asking her a single question. Right before trial, her lawyer requested Mark Lassiter be hired to assist in trying the case. At trial Mark was able to show the jury exactly what happened and show that if the police had only bothered to investigate the husband would have been the one charged with a crime. In the end, Mark was able to get a dismissal and now, she will be able to get this case off her record and it will be like it never happened.
  • OCTOBER 2014 – A client was arrested for DWI when she was found in the driver seat of her car on the train tracks. She had no idea how she had gotten there and couldn’t even stand on her own. She tried the field sobriety tests at the jail but could barely speak. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and won, showing the court that her demeanor and actions could have been due to medication or a concussion, but because the police didn’t investigate we will never know if it was that or alcohol. She got a Not Guilty verdict.
  • OCTOBER 2014 – A client was on deferred probation so she could get a felony drug charge off her record at the end of the case. She violated her probation multiple times by using drugs. The prosecutors wanted to put her in prison. Mark Lassiter was hired and was able to get her another chance at completing her probation for simply extending the probation 1 extra year. Now she will have the ability to keep this charge off her record if she is successful in the rest of her probation.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was charged with a Felony DWI, based on prior convictions, when stopped for running a red light and refusing to provide field sobriety tests and a BAC score. Mark Lassiter was hired and was able to show the other convictions were not detailed enough to establish felony jurisdiction. In addition, once Mark was able to get the case removed to misdemeanor jurisdiction, he was able to win the DWI case and got the entire DWI dismissed.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was charged with her 4th theft offense for allegedly stealing from the home depot. The best offer she could get was a final conviction. Mark Lassiter was hired and was able to get the case reduced to a class c level offense (same as a traffic ticket) and ensure that within 3 months the case would be dismissed.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was charged with a Felony DWI and prosecutor’s best offer was prison time. Mark Lassiter was hired and took the case to trial. In trial he was able to get the jury to award probation without any prison time.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was arrested when she was found in an apartment complex running from a wreck she had just been in. She blew a .15 BAC and did not perform well on the sobriety tests. She thought there was no hope. Mark Lassiter took the case and established the officer had no reason to detain her in the first place because she was 1/2 mile from the accident and the officer did not get enough of a description in order to detain her. The case was dismissed after Mark won the hearing.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was arrested for felony assault family violence for allegedly choking his ex-wife. He could not remember anything about the incident other than the police arresting him. Mark Lassiter put together a packet describing the type of person that he was, along with details about how his ex-wife treated him and showing she provoked him. He presented this to a grand jury and they decided to side with Mr. Lassiter and consider this a family matter that shouldn’t be prosecuted.
  • SEPTEMBER 2014 – A client was charged with DWI 2nd and Poss. of marijuana. He was stopped because his then girlfriend called 911 claiming he was trying to run her off the road and had a gun present. After the police stopped him they investigated for DWI and found the drugs during a search of his person. Mark Lassiter set the case for trial and because he was able to show the witness version of the events was incorrect and thus the police stopped him for no reason. Both cases were dismissed at trial.
  • AUGUST 2014 – A client was arrested for DWI when he miserably failed all the field sobriety tests and continually told the officer he knew he had messed up. His was detained because the police saw his passenger get out of the car and begin to urinate in public at the intersection where he was stopped for a red light. When Mark was hired the family told him that if he was convicted he would lose his job and livelihood. Mark told them there was only about a 25% or less chance of winning the case. Mark took the case to trial and received a Not Guilty in spite of the odds.
  • AUGUST 2014 – The police arrested a 19 year old girl for Assault after a neighbor called 911 to complain. The police arrested her with brutal force. Mark Lassiter was immediately hired and instantly set the case for trial. At trial he received a Not Guilty Verdict. Now Mark has begun preparing to file a civil suit for the brutality of the police when they arrested her.
  • JULY 2014 – A client was caught driving over a median. He admitted to drinking more than a bottle of wine and being intoxicated. His blood test was .17. The offer from the prosecutor was 2 years of probation. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and was able to get the client 0 days in jail and 0 fine, for essentially no punishment and the case was over that day.
  • JULY 2014 – A client was charged with Assault family violence when police officers watched him chase his then girlfriend from a bar and also witnessed him punch her twice. After some time had gone by the two, who had separated, reunited and wanted the case to be dismissed. The prosecutor had all the evidence needed to convict him, but after Mark Lassiter started negotiating a plea bargain was worked out that after counseling and some community service the case would be dismissed.
  • JULY 2014 – A client was charged with DWI 2nd and driving on a suspended license. He provided a breath score of .17 and failed all the field sobriety tests. He attempted to claim it was because he was a spanish speaker to the officer but then read a few paragraphs at the police station in perfect english. Mark Lassiter was hired and after setting the case for trial the State dismissed the case the day before the trial started.
  • JULY 2014 – A client was charged with 3 first degree felony drug charges. She faced a possible punishment of 5-99 years in prison. After taking the case Mark Lassiter continued to negotiate with the prosecutors even though the State switched the prosecutor on the case 5 times. The client followed all of Mark’s instructions and eventually Mark was able to get all the cases reduced to misdemeanors. Two of them were reduced to class c misdemeanors, the level of a traffic ticket. In the end all of the cases will be dismissed and she will be able to claim none of this ever happened.
  • JULY 2014 – Prosecutors were unhappy with a verdict of Not Guilty obtained in trial by Mark Lassiter for a case involving indecency with a child. The State filed another case against the client alleging facts similar to the ones in which Mark had just gotten the not guilty verdict. Mark immediately filed a motion claiming double jeopardy and prosecutorial misconduct. In the hearing on that motion the judge formally reprimanded the prosecutor for their underhanded behavior and barred all prosecution against the client for that offense.
  • JULY 2014 – A client was pulled over when he swerved towards a cop car going the opposite direction and almost caused a head on collision. He was charged with DWI when he admitted to over 5 beers and on a scale of 1-10 (10 being falling down drunk) he rated himself an 8. He provided a blood test of .17, over twice the legal limit. He wanted to plea. When he hired Mark Lassiter, Mark advised him to allow him to prepare a defense and in a motion to suppress before trial Mark got the case completely dismissed.
  • JUNE 2014 – A client was charged with DWI after the officer claimed to see him following another car to closely, swerving and hitting a curb. He was a soccer player who couldn’t walk a straight line or balance on one leg when asked. He refused to provide a breath test. Mark Lassiter was hired and convinced him that no matter how bad the video looked the case could be won. He took Mark’s advice and the case went to trial. The jury delivered a verdict of NOT GUILTY in less than 5 minutes.
  • JUNE 2014 – A client was charged with Deadly Conduct when witnesses came forward claiming he had shot at a house nine times. When confronted by the police he confessed to the crime. Mark Lassiter was hired when he was given an offer of 3 years in prison. The other attorney said there was nothing that could be done. Mark was able to show the confession was coerced and inadmissible. In the end a plea of deferred adjudication was negotiated and now the client will be eligible to the get the entire case removed from his record without spending any time in jail.
  • JUNE 2014 – A client was charged with DWI when a passerby saw him pushing his car down the railroad tracks. Railroad inspectors were called along with the police. The client admitted he had had to much to drink and had urinated in his pants. Mark Lassiter was hired and after lengthy negotiations with the prosecutor was able to get the case reduced to an lower charge and deferred adjudication so that it can be removed from his record. The DWI was dismissed.
  • MAY 2014 - A client was charged with indecency with a child when an individual came forward 12 years after the alleged time with the allegation. The client was never questioned, just simply arrested. Mark Lassiter was hired and through his investigation discovered several problems with the complaining parties timeline. He also found the person had been told he made the whole thing up. The prosecutors still would not dismiss the case and threatened further proceedings for other offenses if the client would not take a plea. After going over everything Mark advised the client to go to trial. He did and was found Not Guilty.
  • MAY 2014 - A client had a car accident on the way to a birthday dinner. She was investigated by 5 different officers and found to be intoxicated. She was given a blood test which came back at .22 almost 3 times the legal limit. She was going to just plea but after speaking to Mark Lassiter she learned there were several steps the police had done wrong. Mark was able the get the case dismissed prior to trial.
  • MAY 2014 - A client was pulled over for speeding, then the officers smelled marijuana emitting from the car. The client agreed to a search after which a large quantity of marijuana was found along with a handgun. The officers charged him with possession and unlawful carrying of a weapon. Mark Lassiter was hired and was able the get the weapon charge completely dismissed and the possession charge dismissed as well with 6 months of deferred probation.
  • MAY 2014 – A client was observed allegedly going 60 mph in a 30 mph zone. He also completely missed stopping at a stop sign. After failing the field sobriety tests and admitting to drinking 4 beers he provided a breath specimen over the legal limit. At first the client hired a different attorney, but after getting a second opinion from Mark Lassiter he determined he wanted to hire him as co-counsel. Mark took over the case and was able to get the client a not guilty verdict in trial within 2 months.
  • MAY 2014 – A client in was charged with possession of marijuana in Tarrant County. After several settings Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a complete dismissal of the case for some community service.
  • MAY 2014 – A client was charged with Deadly Conduct in Tarrant County after firing his weapon through the wall of his apartment complex. Mark Lassiter was immediately hired and instantly began speaking with the police department in an effort to keep the case from being filed. After negotiations Mark was able to convince the police this was a just a mistake and the case was dropped completely.
  • MAY 2014 – A client was charged with possession of a controlled substance when during a traffic stop he admitted to the officer he had several medicinal drugs that he didn’t have a prescription for. Even with a criminal history Mark Lassiter was able to get the case dismissed and refiled as a traffic ticket level offense so that he can get the matter completely off his record.
  • APRIL 2014 – A client was charged with theft of over 100,000 dollars from her employer. The employer caught the client on video committing the embezzlement and got a confession. The employer even hired a lawyer to work with the district attorney in an attempt to ensure the client spent years in prison.There appeared to be no defense. Mark Lassiter took the case and was able to negotiate the offense down and get the client deferred adjudication meaning she can remove this whole incident from her criminal history. The client did not spend a single night in jail.
  • APRIL 2014 – A client was charged as a juvenile with sexually assaulting a younger family member. Mark Lassiter was hired and not only got the case completely dismissed, he also sealed the juvenile case so that the client would never have to be asked questions about an offense he never committed.
  • APRIL 2014 – A client was pulled over after being seen having a fight with his girlfriend. After the stop he was arrested for DWI once he admitted to having several drinks that night. The client screamed obscenities at the officer consistently, failed all the sobriety testing, and had a breath test score of .11. Mark Lassiter was hired and told if he did not win the client would lose his job. Mark got the case dismissed by showing the district attorney the detention of the client was not done properly.
  • MARCH 2014 - A client was charged with possession of marijuana.  He admitted the offense to the officer and told him this was not his first offense.  The client had previously been convicted of a felony.  The prosecutor wanted at least 30 days in jail plus probation.  Mark Lassiter was hired and convinced the State to give him credit for the time he was arrested and allow that to serve as the totality of his punishment.  He did not have to pay any fine or court costs.
  • MARCH 2014 – A client was charged with selling alcohol to a minor.  The client was a convenience store owner who did not ask for any ID, the undercover officer was present and the minor was 14.  An attorney was hired and told the client the best thing they could do was go to trial, even though that meant the client would probably be found guilty and he would lose his store.  The client sought out different representation and they found Mark Lassiter.  Within the week Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a complete dismissal of all charges without a trial.
  • FEBRUARY 2014 - A client was charged with a DWI after causing an accident, failing all the field sobriety tests, providing a breath test of .12 and being very aggressive towards the officer.  He hired another attorney who said they needed help.  That attorney hired Mark Lassiter and after Mark took over the case he was able to get a dismissal on the day of trial showing the officer was not a credible witness based on past events.
  • FEBRUARY 2014 – The client was pulled over when the trooper saw her car stopped in a lane on the Dallas North Tollway.  When the officer turned on his lights, the clients foot slipped off the brake and she went across three lanes of traffic all the way to the left then back across all three to crash into the wall.  She couldn’t stand up when asked and had a blood alcohol test score of .27.  Mark Lassiter got the case dismissed.
  • FEBRUARY 2014 – The client was charged with prostitution after agreeing to have intercourse with an undercover police officer.  The client had been arrested for several other offense prior to that.  Mark Lassiter negotiated for the case to be dismissed in return for some community service.  Now that case can be completely expunged from his record.
  • FEBRUARY 2014 – A client was charged with Injury to a Child when in a line, waiting to get on a ride, the client disciplined another child that was not her own.  3 witnesses claimed she had kicked the child for no reason and then fought with the mom after the fact.  Mark Lassiter was able to show a grand jury that the version given by the witnesses did not tell the whole story and in the end the grand jury returned a NO-BILL meaning the DA is not going to prosecute the case and it is dismissed.
  • JANUARY 2014 – The client was arrested for an offense in Addison and pled to it without consulting an attorney not realizing it would stay on his record for life. He went to several attorneys who all told him it was to late and the conviction couldn’t be reversed. Mark Lassiter took the case and convinced the judge to reverse the conviction and allow the client to remove it from his record.
  • JANUARY 2014 – The client pled guilty to a drug possession charge in Cooke county. The sentence on that plea was for 20 years in prison. The client also had more pending cases in Dallas county. Mark Lassiter thought the original plea was so unfair he went to great lengths to attempt to undue it. Every other attorney told him there was no way to undue the 20 year sentence. Mark found a way and now that young client is currently in a treatment program after which they will receive probation.
  • JANUARY 2014 – The client was charged with DWI 2nd offense, in Dallas County, after witnesses claimed she was intoxicated and was found parked on the side of the road. Mark Lassiter negotiated a reduction of the charge and dismissal of the DWI.
  • JANUARY 2014 – The client was charged in Denton County with DWI. The officer claimed she drove without headlights and failed to stop at the stop sign. She failed the field sobriety tests and refused to provide a blood sample. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and in the middle of selecting the jury, the prosecutors stopped the case to dismiss the DWI and reduce the case to a lesser charge.
  • DECEMBER 2013 – The client was arrested for DWI after witnesses claimed he was following them around threatening them with violent acts for 6 miles. The police found him intoxicated on both drugs and alcohol. His girlfriend was arrested on site for public intoxication. Mark Lassiter was able to get ALL charges completely dismissed showing the police failed to follow protocols in making the arrest.
  • DECEMBER 2013 – The client was arrested for indecent exposure when three witnesses claimed he had exposed himself to them on different occasions. If found guilty the client would have to register as a sex offender and the case would be on his record for life. Mark Lassiter was able to get the charge reduced to the level of a traffic ticket.
  • NOVEMBER 2013 – The client was charged with theft after getting caught attempting to leave a shop without paying for the merchandise. Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a dismissal in return for community service.
  • NOVEMBER 2013 – The client was on deferred probation for drug use when he admitted to probation that he had used drugs again. The prosecutors best deal was for him to spend 2 years in a treatment facility after spending 30 days in jail and the case goes on his record permanently. Mark Lassiter set the case for a hearing and was able to get no days in jail, reinstated probation and the case will be able to be removed from his record.
  • NOVEMBER 2013 – The client was caught with her teenage friends trying to leave a department store without paying for makeup items. Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a dismissal in return for a class and some community service.
  • NOVEMBER 2013 – The client was charged with DWI after causing a major accident and having a blood test well over the legal limit. Mark Lassiter was able to get the blood test suppressed after finding a flaw with the police procedure. Then the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the DWI.
  • NOVEMBER 2013 – The client was arrested for DWI when it was reported a major accident had occurred on the tollway. The police found the client wandering down the road not knowing where he was or where he was going. The blood test showed him over the legal limit and the cameras on the tollway showed him driving. Mark Lassiter was able to get the entire case dismissed showing the police did not follow procedure in their investigation.
  • OCTOBER 2013 – The client was detained for speeding 20 mph over the posted limit. After he told the officer he was feeling the effects of alcohol and failing the field sobriety tests he was arrested for DWI 2nd offense. A blood draw was taken revealing a score twice the legal limit. Mark Lassiter got the case dismissed prior to trial.
  • OCTOBER 2013 – The client was charged with Felony possession of cocaine along with getting a DWI. If convicted of a felony he would lose his job, his rights to vote and own a gun. The prosecution wanted a felony conviction. Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a dismissal of the felony charge in return for a plea on the misdemeanor.
  • SEPTEMBER 2013 – The client was charged with DWI after being found asleep on the side of the road. He was a .18 blood test. Mark Lassiter was hired after another attorney told him he had no chance to win. Mark got the judge to dismiss the case showing the officer was wrong in detaining the client.
  • SEPTEMBER 2013 – The client was charged with theft after getting caught with her friends stealing several items from a Walgreens. Mark Lassiter was able to negotiate a dismissal of the case.
  • SEPTEMBER 2013 – The client was arrested for Public Intoxication after walking out of a bar and allegedly interfering with a police investigation into someone else. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial to show the officer’s roughed up the client and treated her extremely unfair. The courtroom erupted into cheers by everyone when the verdict was Not Guilty.
  • OCTOBER 2012 – The client was arrested after being videotaped for 7 hours stealing various items from a department store. The client was an attorney and would lose her entire life if convicted. MarkLassiter was able to get the entire case dismissed with no conditions.
  • OCTOBER 2012 -A client was charged with DWI 2nd after being pulled over for swerving, not using turn signal 3 times and driving through an empty parking lot to avoid the officer. He failed the field sobriety tests miserably and became very heated calling the arresting officer multiple names. He thought there was no hope in winning at trial. Mark Lassiter told him he should at least take the chance at going to trial because of the severe consequences associated with a DWI conviction. In trial Mark Lassiter received a NOT GUILTY verdict for his client.
  • A client was charged with DWI 2nd after crashing into a light post on the highway. Two officers conducted the investigation determining he lost all of his faculties. He was a former marine who after the arrest became very aggressive with the officers. Mark Lassiter was hired and was told by both the judge and prosecutors there was no way to win the case and he should plea. Mark advised him against that and after taking the case to a jury received a not guilty verdict within 20 minutes.
  • A client was charged with DWI after being seen drifting out of his lane just after leaving a gentlemen’s club. He failed the field sobriety tests and told officers he didn’t know how to read or write when they asked him questions even though he later admitted he could do both. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and received a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was charged with a 7th DWI after driving using 3 lanes and using the wrong side of the road. He was unable to complete field sobriety tests and had a blood level of .24. Mark Lassiter was hired and after reviewing the case found a problem with the officers report and video. He took the case to a judge who then dismissed all charges.
  • A client was stopped for weaving all over the road. He was charged with DWI after failing all the sobriety tests and blowing more than 3 times the legal limit. He thought there was no hope. Mark Lassiter was hired and through his preparation he discovered the reason the officer stopped him was invalid. After a motion to suppress the case was dismissed.
  • A client was charged with DWI 2nd after speeding, going the wrong way, failing all the field sobriety tests because he couldn’t stand up straight and blowing a .21 breath test. The prosecutors found another previous DWI and tried to enhance this offense to a felony. Mark Lassiter was hired and convinced the prosecutors to try the case as a misdemeanor. Then in trial he persuaded the jury to return a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was detained for allegedly using 3 lanes to drive in swerving all throughout the lanes. Mark Lassiter was hired and acted quickly lining up witnesses who would testify otherwise. He was able to convince the State the officers statements were untrue and they dismissed the case prior to trial.
  • A client was charged with DWI over a .15 after giving a blood test of .17 and failing all the field sobriety tests and admitting to consuming multiple drinks. The family thought there was no chance of winning. Mark Lassiter took on the case and after several settings was able to negotiate a dismissal of the DWI in return for a reduction to a lessor charge.
  • A client was stopped for failing to use a turn signal and going way to slow down a roadway. They were subsequently arrested for DWI. They hired an attorney who told her she had no chance in trial and needed to plea the case. She looked for a second opinion and when she spoke to Mark Lassiter she fired the other attorney and he set the case for trial. Before trial the judge dismissed the case because Mark convinced her that the client was just lost and the officer had no reason for detaining her.
  • A client was stopped for running a red light and weaving. She admitted to 6 beers and had just smoked a blunt of marijuana. The person in the car with her was charged with possession of marijuana and she was charged with DWI. Mark Lassiter was hired and was able to get the case dismissed. January 2012.
  • A client was charged with DWI after running a stop sign in front of 2 police officers. They attempted questioning but the individual refused. The prosecution said he refused because he didn’t want anyone to know how drunk he was. He was found NOT GUILTY in trial. January 2012.
  • A client was pulled over at 3 a.m. and after failing all the field sobriety tests blew a .15. He had no hopes of winning the case. Mark Lassiter was hired and the case was dismissed. January 2012.
  • Two officers testified a client nearly ran them over in a parking lot. Then the car jumped a barrier and struck a fence. They approached with guns drawn and arrested him for DWI. Mark Lassiter was hired and in a motion to suppress was able to get the entire case dismissed because of the differences in the two officers accounts. Mark was also able to get the officers to admit the report that was written about the incident was inaccurate.
  • A client was arrested for DWI after cops were called due to a large fight in a parking garage. The client was intoxicated well beyond a reasonable doubt. He wanted to simply plea his case without hiring an attorney. Mark Lassiter after meeting with him discussed all the allegedly unwinnable cases that good preparation had won for his clients. The client decided to take a chance and ultimately the case was dismissed because the State incorrectly completed important paperwork.
  • A client was charged with DWI and Possession of a Controlled Substance. She faced over a year in prison. Mark Lassiter was hired and immediately set the case for trial. After the second trial setting Mark was able to convince the State to dismiss both cases after finding a defect in their case
  • A client was arrested after an officer claimed he drove on the wrong side of the road then continued to swerve for another half a mile. The client when asked to recite the alphabet did so giving (attempting to anyway) every 3rd letter. Again in counting numbers the client tried to recite by every 3rd number even though the officer merely asked for a recitation in order. The client stopped doing the field sobriety tests after continually losing his balance. He wanted to plead but Mark Lassiter told him to try the case because he believed he could win. In a jury trial, Mark Lassiter did win and the client now has no DWI on his record.
  • A man was charged with public intoxication after he was found passed out behind the wheel of his car. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial in a city that has a policy on not dismissing any cases. After explaining to the prosecutor why he would win the prosecutor then dismissed the case.
  • A client was charged with DUI after crashing into a utility pole. The officer questioned the driver and he admitted he had crashed into the pole because he had to much to drink. Mark Lassiter was hired and convinced the client to take the case to trial. In trial Mark Lassiter got the client a not guilty verdict and the case is now off his record.
  • A client was charged with DWI after hitting traffic barriers and weaving across 3 lanes of traffic. When the officer got her out of the car she admitted to drinking so much she had to pull over and throw up. She thought there was no chance of success if the case went to trial. Mark Lassiter convinced her there was a chance and in trial received a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was charged with DWI after making a wide right turn without using a blinker on a motorcycle. The officer claimed he failed all the field sobriety tests. Mark Lassiter was hired and took the case to trial. The client had a CDL and could no longer make a living if Mark lost. He didn’t! He received a not guilty verdict 5 minutes after the close of evidence.
  • A client was charged with DWI after hitting traffic barriers and weaving across 3 lanes of traffic. When the officer got her out of the car she admitted to drinking so much she had to pull over and throw up. She thought there was no chance of success if the case went to trial. Mark Lassiter convinced her there was a chance and in trial received a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was charged with DWI 2nd after driving her car into a curb and blowing out her two left side tires. Witnesses saw and testified she acted and smelled drunk. The officers who arrived testified they could not get her to understand anything because she was so intoxicated. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and received a not guilty verdict after only 30 minutes.
  • Client was arrested leaving the american airlines center after running a red light.  Although he passed two sobriety tests he blew a .15 at the jail and was charged with DWI.  The prosecutor wanted him to plea and attach an interlock device to his car.  Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and got a not guilty verdict for the client.
  • A client was charged with DWI after being caught driving over 100mph down the freeway. The client refused to do any field sobriety tests so the officers took him to the jail and got a warrant to draw his blood. He tested at .13. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial even in a county that is very tough on DWI suspects. He received a not guilty verdict for his client.
  • A client was pulled over and arrested for DWI after driving the wrong way down a major roadway, messing up saying the ABC’s and performing poorly on the field sobriety tests. Mark Lassiter was hired and took the case to trial even though the judge in the court told him she would be found guilty. A jury returned a verdict of not guilty in 30 minutes. Now the charge is completely off her record and she can claim this event never happened.
  • Client was pulled over for running a red light directly in front of an officer. The client was not able to stand up straight on the video. Mark Lassiter was hired and the case was dismissed after several meetings with the prosecutor.
  • A client charged with Felony DWI was facing 2-10 years in prison. Mark Lassiter was hired and the case was outright dismissed before trial.
  • A 911 call was made about a drunk driver and a client was arrested after the 911 caller stated the driver had consumed well over 7 drinks. The driver took a breath test almost 1 1/2 times the legal limit. Mark Lassiter tried the case in a small county where nobody thought it was possible under these facts to get a not guilty verdict. But that’s exactly what happened. The jury returned a not guilty verdict in under an hour.
  • A client was followed by the police and eventually arrested after hitting the concrete median wall several times. The client blew over the legal limit and appeared drunk on video. Mark Lassiter was hired and he got the case dismissed outright.
  • A client was charged with DWI after failing all the field sobriety tests and talking back to the officer. Mark Lassiter was hired and after showing the prosecutors everything the police had done wrong with the case, he convinced them to dismiss the case entirely.
  • A client was pulled over and drinking 3 pitchers of beer with his buddies. He hired Mark Lassiter who took the case to trial. The judge returned a not guilty verdict after holding the prosecutor did not prove their case.
  • A client was charged with DWI after rolling her vehicle three times on a freeway. At trial Mark Lassiter was able to acquit her of all charges and the case was expunged.
  • A client was charged with DWI after getting lost and being unable to even stand on her own. She was put in the back seat of the cops car for safety and she promptly fell asleep. At the jail she blew a .18. If she was convicted she would have lost her job. Mark Lassiter took the case and was able to get the case entirely dismissed without needing a trial as he was able to show the officer did not do his investigation properly.
  • Client was pulled over after going 30 mph hour the speed limit. He then refused all field sobriety tests even though the officer kept attempting to convince him to take them. Mark Lassiter was hired and took the case to trial getting a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was arrested for DWI after admitting to drinking several shots and failing the field sobriety tests. She blew a .10. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and got a not guilty verdict.
  • A client was charged with DWI 2nd after being arrested for driving all over the road. The case was then bumped up to a Felony for having 2 prior DWI’s. Mark Lassiter was hired and he got the case dropped back down to a DWI 2nd misdemeanor charge. Then he fought the case and after a motion to suppress was able to get the entire charge dismissed.
  • A client charged with DWI had a blood test score almost triple the legal limit. Mark Lassiter filed for a suppression hearing and after winning the hearing, the entire case was dismissed.
  • A client charged with DWI was found with 3 open containers in the vehicle. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and the jury returned a not guilty verdict within 5 minutes.
  • A client was arrested for DWI after driving over 100 mph down the highway. Mark Lassiter was hired and the client was acquitted of all charges and can now claim he was never arrested.
  • A client was charged with DWI after being involved in a serious car accident. Mark Lassiter was hired and at trial the client was acquitted of all charges.
  • A teenage client was arrested for DWI and blew a well over the legal limit. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and got the judge to throw out all the evidence based on the officers mistake. The charge is now erased from the clients record.
  • A client was charged with DWI with a breath test score of .15. Mark Lassiter took the case and set it for trial. On the day of trial the prosecutors dismissed the case based on information Mr. Lassiter provided to them regarding their only witness in the case.
  • A client was charged with DWI 2nd with a .19 breath test score. The client faced mandatory jail time if convicted. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
  • A client was charged with DWI after driving on the wrong side of the road. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial, got a not guilty verdict and expunged the matter from the client’s record.
  • A client charged with a DWI blew a .13 breath test score. Mark Lassiter was able to get the entire case dismissed before trial on a motion to suppress.
  • A client from outside the DFW area was charged with a DWI 2nd. On only the second appearance by the client, Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and received a not guilty verdict.
  • A client charged with DWI had a breath test score of .10. Mark Lassiter took the case to trial and the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty.
  • A client was facing jail time after a DWI charge with a breath test score of .08. After a trial the client was acquitted of all charges.