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C.B.

2016-10-21T16:09:36+00:00October 21st, 2016|Testimonial|

"Roger will take personal interest in your case and represent you as if he was in your place. I found Roger to be very caring and intelligent. He truly wants the best outcome for you! He or his staff would always answer my emails in a very timely manner, and not just some short answer to get rid of you. The questions were answered very thoroughly, well researched, and easy to understand. On several occasions I needed to speak with Roger and he always called me back, even sometimes late into the evening. The personal attention he gave me always made me feel like I was his only client. Roger always took the time to explain what was going on to me and made sure I understood it as well. I never felt rushed with him, but actually always felt like I was a priority."

L.K.

2016-10-21T16:06:08+00:00October 21st, 2016|Testimonial|

"Mr. Jain and his staff were awesome and very respectful of my case. They kept me very informed and I felt that the information provided was clear, concise and honest. They truly seem to care."

Natha

2016-10-21T15:53:54+00:00October 21st, 2016|Testimonial|

"I am pleased to write a referral for Thomas Smith and the Roger G. Jain & Associates, P.C. law firm.  I recently engaged Mr. Smith as my counsel for a family legal matter.  I was unfamiliar with the general process for this legal matter, and Mr. Smith patiently answered my questions and explained to me what to expect on two calls before I even officially hired him.  Throughout the entire legal process, Mr. Smith remained in touch and provided me with crisp and clear legal counsel on how to proceed and about next steps.  My legal matter has now concluded with a satisfactory resolution, and I am very pleased I hired Mr. Smith to have represented me.  I recommend him and the Roger G. Jain & Associates, P.C. law firm without reservation."

Carrying weapon in prohibited place

2019-02-03T17:46:02+00:00October 21st, 2016|Criminal Cases, Track Record|

Type

3rd degree felony

Facts

Client arrested after attempting to board airplane with suitcase full of kitchen knives in his carry on luggage that client had received as a gift. Since client was a foreign national, the incident received media attention. Our investigation resulted in statements from several sources, both locally and overseas, that he was neither a violent person or a terrorist. We submitted a packet of this information to the grand jury, and the grand jury chose to “no bill” or to not pursue the criminal charges.

Result

Dismissed

Defendant

2019-02-03T17:46:07+00:00October 20th, 2016|Civil Cases, Track Record|

Facts

Our client was sued for $101,284.32 bank note and personal guaranty. Client had money withdrawn on a line of credit without client’s permission or consent. When this information was brought out, the bank dismissed the lawsuit.

Result

Case dismissed by bank

Amount Client Received

n/a

Defendant

2019-02-03T17:46:20+00:00October 19th, 2016|Civil Cases, Track Record|

Facts

Our client and our client’s fellow business owner were sued by their bank for a $60,000 personal guaranty. We did not represent the other defendant. After approximately six months of litigation, the bank agreed to settle with our client for $3,000. The bank did not provide a reason why it accepted the reduction; however, the bank maintained the right to pursue its remedies against the other business owner.

Result

Settled for client’s payment of $3,000

Amount Client Received

n/a

Forgery

2019-02-03T17:46:25+00:00October 19th, 2016|Criminal Cases, Track Record|

Type

State jail felony

Facts

Client lost his wallet containing his driver’s license. His driver’s license was later used by another person in an attempt to cash a forged check. While attempting to cash the check, the perpetrator became spooked when questioned by the clerk, and he left our client’s driver’s license at the counter. HPD investigated the incident, and the investigating officer made a report stating that our client appeared on the videotape attempting to cash the check. However, when the HPD officer was subpoenaed to bring the video to court, the officer admitted that our client was actually not on the video, and the officer stated that she was instructed by her superiors to go ahead and file criminal charges against our client so that the officer could get experience in how to process reports. The case was dismissed, and the HPD officer involved was later terminated.

Result

Dismissed

Defendant

2019-02-03T17:46:32+00:00October 18th, 2016|Civil Cases, Track Record|

Facts

Our client had a judgment against him for a debt that he owed in the amount of $33,224.95 plus interest, and he received a notice of garnishment from his bank that his accounts and assets had been frozen. Our research revealed that he was never served with the lawsuit, and the process server who claims to have served him has since had her licensed revoked for giving false testimony that she had served other defendants.

Result

The judgment was set aside, the garnishment was lifted, and our client agreed to a confidential settlement.

Amount Client Received

Confidential

Evading detention with a vehicle

2019-02-03T17:46:40+00:00October 18th, 2016|Criminal Cases, Track Record|

Type

State Jail Felony

Facts

Client was driving on a rural highway when an officer activated his lights. Client kept driving for approximately 10 miles until she found a lighted area to pull over. The officer filed charges for evading detention with a vehicle. We convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the charges, because these days, it is not unreasonable for a woman to keep driving — even for 10 miles — until she finds a place she feels safe pulling over.

Result

Dismissed