Evading Arrest Can Result In Prison Time
In Texas, a person commits the crime of evading arrest when he or she intentionally flees a police officer to obstruct them from conducting a search or arrest. If you are charged with evading arrest in a motor vehicle, you are facing serious felony criminal consequences in addition to the initial charge the police officer claims to have been investigating you for.
Our attorneys have over 80 years combined experience working with people throughout North Texas. If you have been charged with evading arrest, we will protect your rights and freedom.
Result: Dismissed! Charge: Felony Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle. This client was coming home from work at the movie theatre after midnight when police lit up their squad lights and chased him for 14 miles through a construction zone before pulling him over. Guns drawn in a shady Dallas complex, the police pulled him out of his car and put him face down on the pavement. His father hired Mr. Pelley. The case is now dismissed. State of Texas vs. E.J.
Result: Dismissed! Charge: Felony Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle. This client was working on his crotch-rocket motorcycle on the weekend with his buddies in Arlington. He gave it a test run in a 30 mph zone at around 75 mph. When the police turned on their lights, that 75 mph turned in to around 135 mph and involved swerving in and out of oncoming traffic. When the police finally tracked him down, the mufflers were still smoking hot from the chase and the three officers forced him to put his face in the mud with three service weapons pointed at the back of his head. His fiancé hired Mr. Pelley and our defense team recently got his case dismissed. State of Texas vs. A.R.
Result: Dismissed! Charge: Felony Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle. This client was driving at night when the cops turned on their lights. He had a major lapse in judgment and took off at over 100 mph. The police finally pulled him over. His family hired Mr. Pelley and his case was dismissed. State of Texas vs. J.W.
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