Ball & Hase

Ball & Hase
Ball & Hase is listed in the Attorneys category in Arlington, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Ball & Hase which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Ball & Hase on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for Ball & Hase is:
4025 Woodland Park Blvd
Arlington, TX 76013
(817) 860-5000

"Ball & Hase" - ZapScore Report

Ball & Hase has an overall ZapScore of 74. This means that Ball & Hase has a higher ZapScore than 74% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Arlington, Texas is 36 and in the Attorneys category is 17. Learn more about ZapScore

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Sad to hear Richard "Racehorse" Haynes died today at age 90. He was a great lawyer. He succeeded due to his skil and perserverance. He was a credit to the legal profession and will be missed.

I have been defending a case for nearly 3 years involving a claim of sexual assault on a college campus. Both parties were intoxicated, one recalls (albeit intoxicated) consensual behavior. The other claims no recall, so she must have been assaulted. The case should never have been indicted, but in the current public frenzy over college sexual assaults, which no doubt need attention, this fine young man nearly had his life ruined. Last week the case was finally dismissed by the District Attorney. The prosecutors who did the final work on it are to be commended on their judgment and hard work on the case. I have never been so pleased to have a client's case dismissed than this one. My client is a fine young man who can now get a promising life and future back under way. My office staff cried when they learned. I got misty eyed myself. My client sobbed when I told him the joyful news. This is why I do what I do. A word to young men about to go off to college. We are in a different world today. You must treat women with the utmost respect of course, You should also be aware that a regret by some over intoxicated hanky panky can turn into your worst nightmare. If you can't prove consent you may be in dire straits. Universities are terrified about the implications of Title IX and will give you no quarter. Let's be careful out there. wb

How to handle a situation where client is arrested for investigation of DWI and taken to local hospital where blood is drawn over client's objection purusuant to a search warrant. To add insult to injury, client recieves bill from hospital for 100s of dollars for this undesired medical visit. What to do??? Send a well drafted attorney letter telling the hospital to send the bill to the police and otherwise f**k off (in professional lawyer lingo of course). Another option is to pick a nice figure, let's say $25,000 and send a demand letter to the hospital for this amount for the intentional battery they committed on client who gave no consent to treatment or to be stabbed with a needle. Results..........we never hear from them again.

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MOMENT OF COMPASSION: Today in Judge George Gallagher's courtroom in Fort Worth, he asked non-violent inmates who were awaiting court appearances if they wanted to watch President Trump's inauguration. All seven said yes, and they all sat in front of the bench, respectfully, along with attorneys and staff, and watched this moment in history. Something you don't see every day. WFAA-TV

Finally resolved a case I have been working on since 2011. Client involved in car accident where a 10 year old boy was killed. Client was charged with intoxication manslaughter. Jury trial in 2013 resulted in being found guilty with sentence of 10 years imprisonment. Appeal resulted in reversal of conviction with an order that the blood test was illegally obtained and could not be used. Case set for new trial without blood test. A plea agreement was reached for time-served on a plea to manslaughter instead of intoxication manslaughter. At the guilty plea, the sister of the little boy that was killed presented a statement called a victim allocution. In response, client asks to speak to her, which request was granted. Client gave a heartfelt sincere apology for the poor judgment he used that caused this and asked for foregiveness. The sister replied "I forgive you." Not a dry eye in the house. I am frequently amazed at the capacity of human beings for compassion in the face of difficult circumstances. wb