Aggressive Criminal Defense
If you or a loved one have been, or might be arrested, you need an aggressive Texas Criminal Defense Attorney. You have two options when it comes to hiring a criminal defense attorney in the Houston, Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, and Galveston County areas. You can hire a lawyer who is just out to make a quick buck, who skims the offense report in court, and then urges you to take the first plea deal offered by the state, or you can a hire me.
I do things the right way. I aggressively pursue all information and evidence related to the case. I don’t accept what the police, “victim,” and other witnesses say as the truth. I hit the pavement. I interview people. I file subpoenas. I discover the truth to tell your story of innocence. Representing criminally accused is my first and foremost passion. I am here to fight the government on your behalf. If you have been charged with a crime in Texas you are facing jail, prison, fees, fines, probation, losing your license, your right to bear arms, your respect and dignity. I fight my hardest to protect your rights.
I out-work my opponents. I out-prepare my opponents. I truly care about my clients, unlike may other lawyers. I will never tell you what deal to take. I empower you to make the best decision for yourself. Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, DWI, DUI, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Controlled Substance, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Crack, Heroin, Assault, Family Violence, Robbery, Burglary, Theft, Fraud, Forgery, Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon, Felon in Possession, Manslaughter, Prostitution, Compelling Prostitution, Manufacture, Sale, or Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Sex Charges, Sexual Assault, Aggravated Sexual Assault, Solicitation of a Minor, Improper Photography, Internet Crimes, Probation Violations, Motions to Suppress, Motions to Adjudicate, Criminal Appeals, and many more crimes, I am prepared to represent you with honor, dignity, and everything I have.
Charged With A Crime? Here’s What To Expect
Step 1: Request A Consultation
Enjoy the comforts of our Houston area law office at your consultation as I evaluate your case. Not only will I learn about your case at your consultation, but unlike other lawyers, I will learn about you and foster a relationship of trust while answering your questions and putting your mind at ease. Call me today to review your case consultation.
Step 2: Hire Lawyer
At the end of your consultation, I will set a fee for your case. The price will be custom made for your case. I guarantee that my fee will be fair for the both of us. Payment plans are offered to eligible clients. We also accept credit cards. If you agree to hire us, I will prepare a custom contract for you to sign.
Step 3: Lawyer Investigates And Works For Dismissal
As soon as you sign the contract and make your initial payment, I will file a notice of representation and begin working on your case. Unlike other lawyers, I will work your case up as if I am taking it to trial right from the get-go. I will track down all potential evidence and witnesses, conduct interviews, and expose weaknesses in the State’s case. I will work for a hard for a dismissal or the best deal, but rarely show the prosecutor all my cards. I also look into whether we can file a motion to suppress. Throughout this process, we will be returning to court usually once a month for “docket.” During this time frame, I will keep you informed about your case, and educate you so that you can make the best decision to either negotiate a deal, or take the case to trial.
Step 4: If Case Not Dismissed, Decide Whether To Take Case To Trial, Or Plea
If your case is not dismissed, I will continue to intensely prepare for trial. I will spend hours upon hours, often late into the nights and weekends, planning, preparing, and practicing to try your case. I have found that preparation is key. You and I will work on your testimony, to help determine whether you will testify. At this stage, I also work on how to keep the bad evidence out, and get in the good evidence in through the rules of evidence.
Step 5: Try Case
The best offers are frequently made on the day of trial. Sometimes cases are dismissed at the trial setting. Either way, I will be ready for trial, and I leave that decision for you. If there is a trial fee, your trial fee will be due the day we set your case for trial. I want to be clear, the trial fee is not for actually trying the case, its for preparing the case, because that’s when the I put in all the work that allows me to be successful at trial. My goal is to get you a not guilty verdict.
Step 6: Appeal
If we lose, I will offer to be the lawyer on your appeal. An appeal would be a new contract and a new fee. An appeal is a long process, so be prepared. Hopefully, we don’t get here.
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