Case Results

STATE VS. T.D. (TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS): Stuckle and Associates represented a 13 year old juvenile boy who was accused of inserting his penis into the mouth of his 9 year old cousin. The State had pushed for the juvenile to be placed in an out of the home sex offender treatment program for six months on a full time basis. The State also wanted sex offender probation and juvenile sex offender registration. The work of the defense team resulted in the prosecutor dismissing all the charges instead of going to trial.

STATE VS. J.B. (Dallas County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were retained to represent a man accused of penetrating his 6 year old daughter’s sexual organ on multiple occasions during court ordered custody. The former wife and mother strongly advocated the case to the district attorney. Stuckle and Associates took the case to a jury trial resulting in a finding of not guilty to all of the allegations. The trial team demonstrated the child complainant had been coached by her mother.

STATE VS. S.P. (Tarrant County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates won a jury trial in which their client, a young male, had been accused of penetrating the anus of his brother in law on many occasions. The trial team caught the complainant on the witness stand in many inconsistent statements and the alleged victim even had to admit he lied about some of his accusations. The jury was out an hour before they came back with a not guilty verdict.

STATE VS. T.M. (Collin County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were retained by parents to represent their son for several Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Indecency With a Child charges. The case went to jury trial and the defense team won as the jury found not guilty on all the accusations.

STATE VS. C.D. (Collin County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were hired on a 13 year old juvenile boy who was incarcerated in the Juvenile Detention Center. After a hearing the law firm was able to return the boy home to his parents. The case was prepared for trial and resulted in a non-reporting deferred prosecution. This meant the juvenile did not have to go to court and has no juvenile record.

STATE VS. M.C. (Midland County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were hired by parents to represent their son on multiple counts of sexual offenses of a 12 year old mentally challenged girl. The firm took the case to jury trial and the client was acquitted and found not guilty of all of the accusations.

STATE VS. S.E. (Collin County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates defended a 14 year old juvenile accused of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a 8 year old neighbor girl and her 6 year old sister. The law firm prepared the case for trial. The State reduced all charges to a deferred prosecution where the 14 year old juvenile did not have to go to court. The juvenile did not have to register as a sex offender and all records are now sealed from the public.

STATE VS. A.L. (Dallas County, Texas) : Stuckle and Associates were hired to represent a juvenile whose family wanted to replace the lawyer they had previously retained. The prosecutor was seeking a determinate sentence to place the juvenile in the penitentiary to serve a possible sentence of forty (40) years for a sexual offense. Stuckle and Associates defended the case which ultimately ended in a misdemeanor juvenile probation with all charges sealed when the juvenile turned 19 years old. No jail time was served.

STATE VS. J.L. (Taylor County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were hired by parents to defend their 12 year old son accused of Aggravated Sexual Assault of his 9 year old sister. The law firm investigated the case and prepared a jury trial. The State dismissed rather than go to court.

STATE VS. D.B. (Collin County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates represented a man charged with the continuous sexual abuse of his adopted daughter over an 8 year period. The trial team prepared the case and took it to a jury trial. The jury returned a not guilty verdict on 14 separate counts of sexual abuse.

STATE VS. B.C. (Tarrant County, Texas): B.C. had been accused of touching the breasts of his 15 year old granddaughter and penetrating her sexual organ with his finger on numerous occasions. Stuckle and Associates prepared a grand jury package for the client that resulted in the dismissal of all the charges.

STATE VS. A.S. (Tarrant County, Texas): A.S. was charged with penetration of his 8 year old daughter during custody visitation. The charge was heavily pursued by a vindictive ex-wife and her new husband. Stuckle and Associates were able to prove the accusation had been coached to the child by her mother and her husband. The State dismissed all charges before the jury trial was to begin.

STATE VS. B.W. (McIntosh County, North Dakota): Stuckle and Associates were hired as special counsel out of state (pro hac vice) to defend a Father who had been falsely accused of numerous sexual assaults of his 14 year old daughter over many years. The case involved high profile expert witnesses and was very difficult as the alleged victim suffered from Aspergers Syndrome. The State dismissed all of the accusations a week before the jury trial started.

STATE VS. K.B. (Tarrant County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates defended a 14 year old juvenile accused of penetrating a 12 year old girl with both his penis and finger on numerous occasions. The law office challenged the suggestiveness of the forensic interview and biased police investigation. Despite findings the charges were valid by Child Protective Services the State dismissed when Stuckle and Associates demanded a jury trial.

STATE VS. S.A. (Collin County, Texas) : Stuckle and Associates were retained to represent a man charged with Aggravated Assault with A Deadly Weapon (Rifle) who was accused of pointing a firearm at another with intent to kill. Stuckle and Associates proved their client acted in self defense and he was acquitted.

STATE VS. R.D. (Hunt County, TEXAS): Stuckle and Associates represented a juvenile charged with indecency to a child. The law office investigation found other instances in which the complainant had falsely charged other boys of similar conduct. The State dismissed when the matter was set for trial.

STATE VS. J.R (Travis County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were called right before parents were taking their son to talk to a police detective regarding an Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child case. Based upon information provided by the law firm the interview with the police was cancelled. Stuckle and Associates were hired and their trial preparation produced a strong defense case. When faced with a real possibility of losing the case the State dismissed all charges.

STATE VS. Z.F. (Travis County, Texas): Parents hired Stuckle and Associates for their juvenile son who was charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child against his 14 year old cousin. The law office prepared the case for a jury trial. At the last moment the State agreed to dismiss the charges upon completion of 16 hours of therapy by a counselor chosen by the parents.

STATE VS. B.W. (Tarrant County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were retained to represent a man charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of two minor children placed in his car for the evening. The law firm prepared the case for a jury trial. During the investigation, Stuckle and Associates uncovered evidence of the mother coaching her minor children on what to say in court. The State dismissed upon being presented with this evidence uncovered by the defense.

STATE VS. B.P. (Parker County, Texas): Stuckle and Associates were hired by a Grandfather accused of touching the breasts of his 14 year old granddaughter for sexual gratification. After a jury trial resulted in a mistrial the State reduced the case to a misdemeanor without any jail time or any sex offender registration.