RECENT SUCCESS


In April of 2015, the Cook & Cook Law Firm was hired to represent a client for a felony Possession of Marijuana charge brought against him by the State of Texas which alleged that he was unlawfully carrying up to 5 pounds of marijuana on a train.  After much investigation into how the police searched the luggage of the young man, our Firm concluded that absolutely, without a shadow of a doubt, the young man was searched unlawfully...

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On the morning of January 27th, 2015, Cook & Cook prevailed in getting a trial case dismissed.  Lead Counsel Justin David Cook was hired less than 24 hours prior to obtaining the dismissal, and took on the case just before the second trial setting.  We are so glad for Client Zuniga, as he was wrongfully charged with assault family violence....

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On August 12th, 2013, a jury of twelve acquitted our innocent client of the 3rd Degree Felony Charge: “assault family violence choking.”  In addition, the jury acquitted the client of standard assault.  We were very pleased with this result, and worked extremely hard to see that the jury would understand the important facts of this case that led to the acquittal. Quite interestingly, this was a case where the alleged...

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Possession Cases Dismissed!

Possession Cases Dismissed!


Posted on Feb 5, 2013

Today, our Firm was notified that two Cook & Cook Client’s had their possession of a controlled substance (possession of drugs 1-4 grams) cases DISMISSED with the Attorneys at the Cook & Cook Law Firm by the local District Attorney’s office.  Both cases were dismissed due to insufficient evidence. For your reference, we have enclosed the Possession of a Controlled Substance Statute.  Because the cases were...

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Burglary Case Dismissed

Burglary Case Dismissed


Posted on Jan 28, 2013

Congratulations to Justin Cook for getting his client’s burglary case in the 175th District Court of Bexar County, Texas dismissed today.  The Cook & Cook Client was charged with burglary.  Burglary is the legal name for the act of entering a house with intent to steal, or to assault another person.   Depending on the specific facts of the case, the punishment can range from the state jail felony level (2 years jail) all the...

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Theft Charges Dismissed!

Theft Charges Dismissed!


Posted on Oct 25, 2012

We are so happy for our Cook & Cook Client who got her theft charges dismissed today, which were pending out of county court 2 dismissed today, before the honorable Judge Wolf.  In this case, the client was accused of stealing from JCPenny’s.  The client was an innocent woman who was punched in the face by the security guard of the store.  Attorney Megan Cook issued a subpoena to obtain the security guard training records,...

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