State v. C.B.; Cause No. 2501***; Harris Texas County Court – Class B Misdemeanor

Defense of Charge: Class B Misdemeanor

Case Result: Dismissed

Trespassing in Texas – Class B Misdemeanor

My client was charged with trespassing, a class B misdemeanor. Specifically, he was at a restaurant and got into a verbal altercation with some of the staff, who then asked him to leave. Police were called to the scene and conducted a thorough investigation. My client was arrested and charged with trespassing, a class B misdemeanor.

Under Texas’s laws, a Class B misdemeanor can result in up to 180 days in jail, a fine of up to $2,000, or both.

In Texas, Class B misdemeanors can still have a lasting impact on your life. If convicted, you may face the following consequences: jail time, fines, probation, in some cases, your license can be suspended, and having this crime on your record, which can affect your future employment prospects, housing opportunities, and other aspects of your life

Officers produced a detailed investigative report that is referred to as an offense report. It was summarized as follows:

Investigative Summary

  • On March 17, 2024, I, Deputy (redacted), responded to the above location regarding a Deputy who had a disturbance at the location regarding a male who was kicked out but refused to leave.
  • Upon arrival, I met with Deputy (redacted), who advised me that the male was kicked out of the restaurant due to harassing the female servers at the location. The female servers advised the manager on duty, who was identified by his Texas Driver’s License.
  • The manager advised the Deputy on site what the problem was and wanted the male removed from the location. The Deputy approached the male, who was later identified as C. R., and advised him he had to leave the business. C. R. stated he was not doing anything wrong and became confrontational. The deputy gave him multiple opportunities to leave the location, but C. R. began causing a disturbance inside the location.
  • The Deputy attempted to detain C.R., who became resistant. The deputy guided C.R. to the floor to gain control of him and detain him.
  • Deputies contacted the Harris County District Attorney`s Office, presented them with the facts of this case, and accepted criminal charges of criminal trespass.
  • C.R. was taken and booked into the Harris County Joint Processing Center

My argument was that my client was a paying customer and had a right to be there. We went to court, and the prosecutor disagreed and argued that my client should have left once he had been given a warning.

I continued to fight for my client and argue that these allegations were false and that my client was not unreasonable. After thoroughly reviewing the evidence, I continued to point out that my client was a paying customer and had every right to be there. Further, the story told by one of the employees did not line up with my client’s version of events.

Case Dismissed

After a long fight, I was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the case against my client.

If you are charged with a crime in TX, it is important that you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who has successfully handled criminal cases involving all types. I was happy to help my client and get this case dismissed.


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