Federal Criminal Cases
Guy L. Womack. & Associates, P.C. represents clients throughout the United States in federal criminal matters such as healthcare fraud, narcotics trafficking, human trafficking and other white collar crimes.
With offices in both Houston and McAllen, we can serve Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, Laredo and many other cities around Texas. The firm has also traveled extensively outside of Texas to other states as California, Georgia, New York, Indiana, Kentucky and Louisiana.
We are committed to our clients and will travel to represent them wherever needed
United States. v. T.M., out of Corpus Christi, Texas Federal District Court. A Florida resident coming from the Texas/Mexico border charged with conspiring with her husband to possess with intent to distribute marijuana. Client was stopped at the Falfurrias, Texas checkpoint and vehicle searched by U.S. border patrol and DEA Agents. After aggressive defense by Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C., all charges were dropped and case dismissed
United States v. O.M., a large marijuana conspiracy case out of the Southern District of Texas, Victoria Division. Client was indicted. After aggressive defense by Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C., all charges were dropped and case dismissed.
United States v. J.A. Tried in U.S. District Court in San Antonio for possession with intent to distribute 3 kilograms of cocaine found in his hotel room. Jury deliberated 3 hours, acquitted defendant.
United States v. E.N. Indicted on Federal charges of possession with intent to distribute 3 kilograms of cocaine found strapped to legs and waist. Despite sentence guideline range of 87-108 months, sentenced only to time served – 4 days.
United States v. K.S. Commercial trucker indicted on Federal charges of smuggling several tons of marijuana. Case dismissed by U.S. Attorney’s Office on the morning of trial, insufficient evidence. Tractor Trailer returned to defendant.
United States v. L.H. Venezuelan smuggler, a licensed doctor in Mexico, found in Houston with 7 kg. of heroin in suitcase. All evidence suppressed as fruit of illegal search. Government appealed to 5th Circuit, who upheld the trial court’s suppression. Defendant allowed to return to Venezuela, all charges dropped.
United States. v. E.M. while on state bond for possession of 3,000 lbs. of Marijuana, the defendant was arrested and charged with leading a convoy of load vehicles carrying over 2,000 lbs. of Marijuana in the Rio Grande Valley. After he was indicted, the Defense filed a motion to suppress all evidence as being the result of an unlawful stop, and the Government dismissed all charges. State bond not revoked.
United States v. E.M. II, 3 months later, the same defendant as above, was again arrested and charged with leading a convoy transporting over 2,000 lb. of Marijuana in an un-related incident in another city in the Rio Grande Valley. After aggressive challenging of evidence at a Detention Hearing, the Government again dismissed all charges.
United States v. J.G. charged with conspiracy to knowingly and intentionally possess with intent to distribute more than 950 lbs of Marijuana. After aggressive legal representation, the Government chose to dismiss all charges on the eve of trial.
United States v. J.M. a defendant was arrested and charged with trafficking in 60 kg of Cocaine. After aggressive questioning of the Government agent at his Preliminary Hearing, the Government chose not to charge Defendant, released him from custody and dismissed the charges against him.