Houston Criminal Attorney James Sullivan Defends Clients from Rogue Prosecutors

Houston Criminal Trial Lawyers

Houston Misdemeanor Lawyers James Sullivan and Associates represent clients accused in criminal court in Harris, Fort Bend, and Waller County.  They have stood up to prosecutors with questionable ethics and secured acquittals from juries, no bills from grand juries and even dismissals from the prosecutors.  

If you want dedicated Houston Criminal Defense Attorneys to represent you, contact James Sullivan and Associates at (281) 546-6428 for a free confidential consultation.

In the Houston Chronicle, Daniel Medwed, a law professor at the University of Utah who teaches and writes about wrongful convictions, puts the spotlight on rogue prosecutors in the State of Texas. Who are these rogue prosecutors? They are prosecutors who intentionally and knowingly withhold and refuse to disclose evidence that exonerates an accused. Rather than acknowledge that the wrong person was initially accused and dismiss the case, they continue to prosecute an innocent person and thus allow the responsible party to go free.

In the case of the wrongly accused Michael Morton, it is possible that Debra Masters Baker may not have been killed by Mark Norwood had the State allegedly not pursued a conviction against a person that evidence indicated was innocent and that the State withheld from the defense. The prosecutor in that case is now a state district judge and is being investigated by a "court of inquiry" by a Fort Worth judge appointed by the Texas Supreme Court.


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Our Houston criminal lawyers defend clients charged with crimes in district courts and county criminal courts, including domestic violence (assault of a family member), drug possession or drug delivery, violent crimes, and juvenile delinquency.