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Super Bowl XLVI kicks off Sunday in Indianapolis

Posted on January 30th, 2012 No Comments

Houston criminal defense attorneys of Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C. are overjoyed to announce the 2012 Super Bowl this Sunday.

At 6:30pm EST, the New York Giants will play the New England Patriots in a highly anticipated Super Bowl game.  Both teams played each other four years ago in the 2008 Super Bowl, and the New York Giants beat the Patriots ruining their 18-0 winning streak.

This year, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady are back for their fifth Super Bowl appearance in 11 seasons.  The Patriots record is 15-3 this season, and the Giants record is 12-7.

The game kicks off at 6:30pm EST at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and airs on NBC.  For more information on the game, visit the Super Bowl website.

Houstonians volunteer to plant trees to help rebuild parks

Posted on January 24th, 2012 No Comments

Houston criminal defense attorneys of Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C. are excited to announce that hundreds of Houstonians volunteered their time to plant trees in Memorial, Mason, Hermann and MacGregor Parks this weekend.

The drought has cleared out thousands of trees in the Houston area, and the Houston Parks Department asked for volunteers to help bring back the peaceful tranquility that the trees once brought to each park.

Director of Parks and Recreation, Joe Turner, stated, “Here we’ll be planting approximately 20,000 trees. We won’t cover the freeway up tomorrow, but our goal is, down the road, we will have the freeway covered back up,” Parks & Rec. Director Joe Turner said.

For more information on how to volunteer and donate, visit

Man faces charges of assaulting police officer

Posted on January 20th, 2012 No Comments

A 21 year-old Houston man has been charged with assaulting a public servant resulting in bodily injury after punching the officer and lunging for his gun.

The officer was responding to an emergency call involving a stolen vehicle when he saw a man inside the car. After the man refused to exit the vehicle, the officer tried to arrest him. The suspect ran off but was apprehended a short time later, which was when he started punching the officer. The serviceman had to use his stun gun to subdue the man.

But even the stun gun wasn’t enough. The man tried to run off again but was caught. He continued to beat the officer and tried to take his gun. The suspect was finally taken into custody with the help of a good Samaritan.

If you or someone you love has been charged with assault, contact the Houston assault lawyers of the Johnson Law Firm today by calling 713-222-04

Former Cypress man charged with sex crime of minor again

Posted on January 9th, 2012 No Comments

Chad Foster, 33, formerly of Cypress, was charged on Dec 14 with online solicitation of a minor after being arrested on Nov 3 for sexual assault charges of a child.

Foster was formerly the youth minister at Second Baptist Church in Cypress when he was accused by a 14 year old girl of showing her live sexual images of himself on Skype, texting with her, and talking to her on Facebook.  She also told police that she watched him masturbate 12-15 times on Skype.

15,000 text messages between Foster and the girl were found by authorities on the girl’s phone from Jan 1 through Nov 2 of 2011.

Foster was accused separately of having sex with a 16 year old girl multiple times while he was youth pastor at Community of Faith Church in Cypress.

Foster is currently out on $40,000 bond.

If you have been charged with a sex crime, contact Houston sex crimes defense lawyers of Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C. by calling 713-523-0404.

Houston Texans go to the playoffs

Posted on January 4th, 2012 No Comments

Houston criminal defense attorneys of Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C. are excited to announce the Houston Texans hosting the Cincinnati Bengals in the Texans’ first NFL playoff game in history.

On Saturday, Jan 7, the Houston Texans will host the Cincinnati Bengals at Reliant Stadium at 3:30pm.

The Texan’s defensive coordinator, Wade Phillips, could be seen as the glue that keeps this team together.  Phillips, who was ousted from his head coach position for the Dallas Cowboys, relocated to Houston as defensive coordinator for the Texans, and has turned the defense around with picks like cornerback Jonathan Joseph and linebacker Brian Cushing.

For more information about the game, visit