At the Combs Law Group, we are proud of the work we do for our clients. Although we are a relatively young law firm we have achieved some outstanding case results over the past few years. These results are the end product of tireless work we put into each and every client case we defend. As you evaluate your options in choosing your St. Louis criminal defense lawyer we suggest you read through some of the cases we have outlined below. These will give you a good sense of our commitment to winning and delivering outstanding outcomes for our clients. We aim to do this for every client and would be honored to work with you on your case. So contact us today for a free case evaluation and let’s get started on your case.
2nd Degree Murder
St. Louis County man charged with Murder in the second degree after another man died in St. Louis County bar and grill, after an extensive review of the evidence Mr. Combs got the charges reduced and our client received probation, 2 weeks’ time served, and 60 days house arrest.
Felony Possession Firearm
A St. Louis County man was charged with felon in possession of a firearm, the client had an extensive federal criminal history, after negotiations with the prosecuting attorney our client received probation and 60 days house arrest.
Felony Hit & Run
A St. Louis city man jumps curb, flips his car and hits 2 pedestrians injuring them both. The circuit attorney’s office alleged the man was driving while intoxicated, after extensive plea negotiations our client received probation with no felony conviction and no jail time.
A St. Louis City man while looking for apartments to rent exposed himself to a realtor. The client was looking at having to register as sex offender and a felony conviction. Mr. Combs was able to secure probation, no felony conviction, and no sex offender registration.
Possession With Intent
A St. Louis County man pulled over during a traffic stop was found to have in his possession a large amount of THC vape pens. The client was looking at possession with intent to distribute, a class B felony. Mr. Combs was able to keep the case in municipal court, as opposed to state court, where client paid a minor fine for littering.
Felony Drug Manufacturing
St. Louis County man was caught in possession of a slab of THC wax and was charged with attempting to sell/manufacture a controlled substance. Mr. Combs was able to get the charges reduced to littering with a fine.
Felony Drug Possession
A St. Louis City man charged with possession of heroin, Mr. Combs drafted and filed a motion to suppress evidence based upon lack of probable cause, the Judge agreed with Mr. Combs’ argument and suppressed all evidence, forcing the state to dismiss the case.
A St. Louis County woman learned 2 years after moving out of state she had 8 charges in Missouri including, but not limited to, child endangerment, multiple driving while suspended, and other charges. After plea negotiations, Mr. Combs was able to get 5 of the 8 charges dropped and the remaining 3 reduced to littering with fines.
2nd Degree Domestic Assault
A St. Louis County man was charged with domestic assault in the second degree, a class C felony. While the case was pending, the client was charged with kidnapping in the second degree and another count of domestic assault. After a comprehensive review of the evidence and plea negotiations, Mr. Combs was able to secure a dismissal for the kidnapping and domestic assault and the client received probation on original charges.
Felony Marijuana Possession
A Montgomery County man stopped while traveling from Colorado to Atlanta, GA was accused of felony marijuana possession. After an extensive review of discovery material, Mr. Combs was able to secure a complete dismissal of all charges.
A St. Louis County man charged with felony DWI/DUI because of multiple arrests in his past. After lengthy plea negotiations, Mr. Combs was able to get the charged reduced to a misdemeanor.
Felony Drug Manufacturing
A St. Louis County man was caught in possession of a slab of THC wax and was charged with attempting to sell/manufacture a controlled substance. Mr. Combs was able to get the charges reduced to littering with a fine.
Assault On A Minor
A St. Louis County man was charged with assault on a minor. After prosecuting attorney refused to offer a reasonable plea deal the case went to trial and Mr. Combs secured an acquittal.
First Degree Assault
A Pike County man charged with Assault in the first degree following a stabbing at a New Year’s Eve farm party, the client insisted self-defense. After not getting a favorable plea deal from the prosecuting attorney Mr. Combs argued self-defense and secured an acquittal.
Felony Drug Trafficking
A St. Louis County man was charged with drug trafficking after he was found with 67 pounds of marijuana in a local hotel. After plea negotiations, Mr. Combs was able to get the case dismissed.