Experienced criminal defense representation in Houston, Harris County & Texas
Jason Luong has been practicing law in Houston and Harris County, Texas and throughout Texas for over 22 years. As a former criminal district court judge, former prosecutor, and defense attorney, he handled cases from every angle.
Defendant, who was 18 years old at the time of the incident, was charged with killing her boyfriend, who was 32 years old. The incident occurred after the two had been out drinking and possibly using drugs. The defendant allegedly shot her boyfriend at point-blank range in the chest, fled the scene, and hid the gun at a separate location
Defendant, who was 18 years old at the time of the incident, was charged with killing her boyfriend, who was 32 years old. The incident occurred after the two had been out drinking and possibly using drugs. The defendant allegedly shot her boyfriend at point-blank range in the chest, fled the scene, and hid the gun at a separate location. The State charged Defendant with first degree murder. After trial, jury voted 11-1 NOT GUILTY. State DISMISSED charge.
Niece accused her uncle of inappropriate sexual contact and reported the incident to her sister, who was a CPS caseworker. The defendant faced a minimum of 25 years in prison. Jury found the defendant NOT GUILTY after less than an hour of deliberation.
Jason Luong represented a defendant who was stopped by police and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Always believing IN his client, Jason conducted an in-depth investigation revealing significant misconduct by the investigating officer. The charge was dismissed against Jason's client, and the investigating officer ultimately resigned.
Assault-Family Member -- NOT GUILTY. The defendant was charged with allegedly assaulting his then-pregnant wife with a broom. At trial, Jason Luong showed that the photos provided by the wife allegedly showing bruises had been altered.
Assault-Family Member -- NOT GUILTY. The defendant was charged with allegedly assaulting his wife while driving and forcing her out of the car on the freeway. Wife reported incident to park attendant.
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon -- NO BILLED by Grand Jury and charge DISMISSED. Iraq war veteran charged with allegedly shooting an individual at an automotive repair shop. Jason Luong provided in-depth packet for grand jury showing that the veteran was acting in self-defense in shooting the complainant in the leg after the complainant lunged at the defendant.
Sexual Assault of a Child -- DISMISSED. The defendant was accused by her nephew of allegedly sexually assaulting him several times when he was living with her and her family. Jason Luong did an in-depth investigation and uncovered inconsistencies in medical records and obtained affidavits from family members indicating that the nephew had a propensity for false accusations.
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon -- NO BILLED by Grand Jury and charge DISMISSED. The Defendant was accused of threatening a group of young men with a gun and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jason Luong provided a grand jury showing that the defendant had acted in self-defense after the group had accosted.
Injury to Child- Defendant -- NO BILLED by Grand Jury and charge DISMISSED. The Defendant was the boyfriend of injured child's mother. The child sustained severe burns to his hands caused by contact with hot or boiling water while being cared for by the Defendant. The state charged the defendant with intentionally injuring the child by placing the child's hands under scolding hot water. Jason Luong conducted an in-depth investigation and discovered that the water in the apartment was set 20 degrees hotter than allowed by city ordinance and that the incident was a tragic accident caused by the child falling into the bathtub with hot water.
DWI -- DISMISSED. The defendant owned a liquor store and had just left work. Defendant admitted to drinking some alcohol in his car to keep warm just prior to being stopped by the police. The Defendant did not speak English very well, and the officer used Goggle translator to administer field sobriety test. Jason Luong argued that test results and subsequent blood draw inadmissible because of language barrier.
DWI -- DISMISSED after jury selection. The defendant worked in the food service industry and had been stopped after work. Defendant failed field sobriety tests and provided high breath sample. Case dismissed after start of trial after Jason Luong showed State that breath test was inadmissible.
Past results are not a guarantee of future results, and the outcome of your particular case or matter cannot be predicted using a lawyer's or law firm's past results. Every case is unique and different and should be evaluated on its own merits, without comparison to other cases that may have had different facts and circumstances.