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  • Brandon Sims was set for trial on March 14, 2016 in the 262nd District Court in Harris County in Case No. 1480112. His client had been incarcerated for several months awaiting his trial date on a Felony Assault Causing Bodily Injury - Family Violence Case. During jury selection, the prosecution and defense struck so many potential jurors on legal grounds there were not enough remaining jurors to ...
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  • Stay Connected with The Sims Law Firm, PLLC

    || 11-Apr-2016

    Being arrested or charged of a crime can be a stressful experience. If you are facing criminal charges, your future, reputation, and rights could be in jeopardy. At the Sims Law Firm, PLLC, our Fort Bend criminal defense attorney is committed to aggressively representing our clients, no matter what the complexity of the charges they face may be. We take pride in delivering compassionate counsel ...
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  • On February 9, 2016, Brandon Sims was set for trial on a criminal trespass case in County Court at Law #3 in Fort Bend County, Texas. The client had been charged with criminal trespass on February 14, 2015 because she had been issued a criminal trespass warning and was told to leave the location on multiple occassions by several police officers. However, the client did not leave and remained on ...
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  • Criminal Defense Lawyer Brandon Sims was set to pick a jury on a Felon in Possession of a Firearm case is the 262nd District Court in Harris County, Texas on January 25, 2016. The defendant was facing 2-10 years in prison with up to a $10,000 fine. Over the course of the representation of the defendant, affidavits were secured to call into question the credibility of the two HPD police officers ...
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  • In a recent case, Attorney Brandon Sims was able to get a not guilty verdict for a client accused of felony assault. Our client was accused of strangling his girlfriend during a fight outside of a bar, and the prosecution claimed that police officers had to restrain our client and tackle him to the ground. Initially, Attorney Sims attempted to obtain a plea deal from the prosecutor, but was not ...
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  • Will I Go to Jail for Shoplifting in Texas?

    || 31-Mar-2015

    Most people view shoplifting as a petty theft crime. What they may not realize, however, is that this theft crime can carry serious and long-lasting legal consequences in the state of Texas. Depending on the value of the property that was stolen, as well as the number of times that you have been caught before, you could expect to face a minimum of $500 in fines for shoplifting—even if you ...
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  • Understanding the Marijuana Possession Laws in Texas

    || 20-Mar-2015

    Unlike some other states in the U.S.—which have legalized the medicinal, and even recreational, use of marijuana—Texas has yet to decriminalize any form of marijuana possession, use or sale. Criminal charges for marijuana possession will draw stiffer penalties in Texas than most other states in the country, which is why you should waste no time in retaining the help of a Fort Bend ...
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