Richardson Police, Dallas County Felony Tampering With a Governmental Record Case No Billed
Mr. Lowe’s client was a college student at a hotel party in Richardson, Texas with underage students drinking alcohol. When Richardson police arrived to breakup the underage drinking at the party, Richardson police requested to see the client’s Identification. The client showed Richardson Police a fake ID from West Virginia. After confirming the ID was fake, Richardson police arrested the client and charged him with a violation of Texas Penal Code section 37.10(c)(2)(A). The crime Mr. Lowe’s client was charged with was a 3rd degree felony which is punishable by up to ten (10) years in prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000. Mr. Lowe’s client was on full academic scholarship at a major University. Mr. Lowe’s client had never before been arrested.
Mr. Lowe’s investigation and other work resulted in a “No Bill” from the Dallas County Grand Jury. In other words, the Dallas County Grand Jury declined to indict Mr. Lowe’s client. Mr. Lowe will be able to expunge his client’s record in the near future.
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