Freeman Law Obtains Dismissal in Pro Bono Eviction Case
Recently, Freeman Law attorney Matthew Roberts successfully obtained a court dismissal for a pro bono client in an eviction case. In that case, the lessor (an apartment complex) sought to evict a tenant for non-payment of rent. However, Mr. Roberts was able to successfully argue in two court hearings that the Center for Disease and Control’s recent moratorium order should apply. In the second court hearing, the court dismissed the case entirely.
Roberts was quoted as saying: “Our firm and our employees are all residents of the community of Dallas and Frisco—we strive to give back where we can. We were happy to offer our services to a client who needed our help in asserting her rights under federal law.”
Freeman Law founder and managing partner, Jason Freeman, also commented: “We continue to leverage our skills in the courtroom to obtain successful results for our clients. This is another reminder that our firm and attorneys are willing to litigate cases to completion, if necessary, to obtain successful results for our clients.”