Notable Cases

Probation and no convictions for a man who pleaded guilty to 14 felonies.

The Daniel & Halstead defense team expertly defended Dawson Fuller, a young man accused of multiple felonies with penalties harsh enough to keep Dawson in prison for over 50 years.

Attorneys get slew of felony charges dismissed.

Military veteran Justin Jaloway avoids much longer prison sentence thanks to the Daniel & Halstead defense team. Through their efforts they were able to get 10 felonies and 2 misdemeanor charges dismissed. Among the many charges dismissed were drug possession, driving while intoxicated, driving without a license, and property theft.

Accused murderer found not guilty.

Thomas Gene Riddle pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity for the murder of his mother's fiancé. The Daniel & Halstead defense team was instrumental in getting the court to accept the plea.

La Vernia High School student avoids jail time.

Parker Beck will serve deferred adjudication for multiple counts of the charge of "unlawful restraint under 17 years of age". As long as Parker fulfills the terms of his sentence, his case will be dismissed.

Case dismissed for former Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy.

Charges dropped for business developer Ronnie Cain.

Woody Halstead was a member of the defense team for Gary Cain, a business developer who was charged with theft in the deal to bring Rackspace, a high-tech cloud computing company, to the City of Windcrest. Specifically, Gary Cain, along with his brother Ronnie Cain, were accused of defrauding Rackspace of $6.9 million and falsifying an invoice of $2.8 million to the City of Windcrest that was earmarked to build a road for Rackspace employees. The defense team argued that there was no fraud, nothing was hidden and there were no back-door dealings. After an 11-hour jury deliberation, Gary Cain was found not guilty of all charges. Charges were later dropped against Ronnie Cain when it became apparent that the case could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Follow the link to learn more.