Harris County Criminal Lawyer Jim Sullivan Fights the Government at Jury Trial


John Henry Wigmore (1863-1943)
John Henry Wigmore
Houston Criminal Defense Attorneys Jim Sullivan and Associates have practiced criminal defense law for 40 collective years and have represented over 4,000 clients.  They defend people charged with all types of criminal cases, ranging from misdemeanor assault to felony aggravated robbery.  They get results (see Trial Case Results above).  They recommend trial by jury in most cases to get the best result possible.  As John Henry Wigmore wrote in 1929, “the jury… adjusts the general rule of law to the justice to the particular case”, ie. the jury can bring justice in a case where the law itself does not allow it.
Law and justice are from time to time inevitably in conflict. . . . The jury . . . adjusts the general rule of law to the justice to the particular case. Thus the odium of inflexible rules of law is avoided, and popular satisfaction is preserved . . . That is what jury trial does. It supplies that flexibility of legal rules which is essential to justice and popular contentment. ~John Henry Wigmore, American jurist, 20th century
A jury nullification in a trial occurs when a jury reaches a verdict contrary to the judge’s instructions as to the law.  This is just one of several reasons a trial by jury in criminal cases is preferred.
Attorney Jim Sullivan is is Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Juvenile law is different than criminal law (see Juvenile Crime). Note: Among the more than 83,000 active lawyers in Texas, there are only 38 lawyers Board Certified in Juvenile Law in private practice. The other 27 such lawyers work for the government.
If you want serious representation, you can call Attorney Jim Sullivan at 281-546-6428.
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