Having the best criminal criminal defense lawyers can make all of the difference in the outcome of your case. Our attorneys understand that an arrest and being retained by law enforcement can be a traumatic experience. Thankfully, our firm not only includes a former prosecutor, but we also have the experience you need.
We have handled thousands of criminal cases in Fort Worth, Dallas, Plano, Granbury, and Tyler, and beyond these communities, across the state of Texas. We understand that the sooner you retain legal counsel, the sooner law enforcement can no longer interrogate you, question you, and further their investigation, so call us today.
Of course, we want law enforcement to do their job, but it is not a good idea for one to freely give them information without a defense plan, which means cooperating with them ONLY with proper legal representation (it is always interesting to see the difference in the questions asked to a person alone versus when they have legal counsel). Therefore, retaining the best criminal defense lawyers is a game changer, and we are the best criminal lawyers.
Regardless of what phase you are in in the criminal process, you have due process and constitutional rights, so use them. Exercise your right to an attorney, and understand what you should and should not say to law enforcement during their investigation by first retaining our firm. We understand law enforcement and their play book. If experience matters, we are the best lawyers for your defense, so to secure the best possible outcome on your case retain our firm today. Our trial record is successful and we can help!
Perhaps this is not your first time in the criminal justice system and you are on regular or deferred probation, and the State has alleged that you violated probation and filed a motion to adjudicate or a motion to revoke probation. Although the burden of proof is different than when you were originally charged with a crime, and the punishment may be a bit different, the need for legal counsel as soon as possible is the same. The sooner you involve an experienced criminal defense lawyer, the greater your odds of success.
Needless to say, these matters will involve an extensive interview with us in person. You can chat with us live, call us or email us with your urgent concerns so we can promptly answer your questions and help you learn more about what you are facing.
Under Texas law, criminal offenses are split into misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors are categorized as Class C, Class B and Class A. Excluding Class C cases, misdemeanors carry with them the possibility of county jail time and a fine. Felonies are divided into state jail, third degree, second degree, first degree, and capital murder and carry with them the possibility of prison time and a fine.
Our primary goal will be to keep you out of jail and minimize what is on your record. We can talk with you about the facts of your case to explain the possible punishment ranges of your case and whether a reduction of the punishments options or a dismissal or probation is an option for you.