If you find yourself in the market for a criminal defense attorney, you’ll likely need to hire someone quickly. But beware: hiring an inexperienced lawyer could be the worst mistake of your life.
Being charged with a crime can be daunting, but you don’t have to go through it alone. You need an attorney who knows the ins and outs of the court system and is dedicated to fighting for what’s best for you. With experience, knowledge, and determination, we will make sure that justice is served.
During the first meeting, ask about the lawyer’s background and experience, how they will assess and manage your claim, and how much their services are.
Common matters we defend in Tarrant County include:
- Aggravated assault
- Aggravated assault deadly weapon
- Assault Bodily Injury
- Assault of the Elderly
- Assault on a Child
- Child molestation
- Child pornography
- Criminal mischief
- Disorderly conduct
- Domestic violence
- Driving with a suspended license
- Drug dealing
- Drug manufacturing
- Drug Possession
- Failure to appear in court
- Fraud, including check forgery and identity theft
- Hit and run not resulting in death
- Possession of a Controlled Substance
- Possession of alcohol under the age of 21
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of illegal drugs
- Reckless driving
- Sexual Assault of a Child
- Sexual assault or aggravated sexual assault
- Simple assault
- Super Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
- Theft or shoplifting
- Possession of a prohibited weapon
- Violation of a protective order
- White collar crime
What types of cases does your firm handle?
We represent clients in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in both state and federal courts.
Does your firm specialize in any types of cases?
We take on all types of cases, but we have the most experience with drug offenses, sex offenses, computer crimes, intoxication offenses, assaults and homicides, fraud, and thefts. In white-collar cases where usually businesses or individuals are charged with a crime related to their occupation, such as government fraud or securities fraud, we have represented both in State and federal courts.
What types of cases has your firm tried?
We’ve tried everything from simple State misdemeanors such as DWI or assault, to more serious State felonies such as sex and drug offenses, aggravated assault, theft, fraud, and murders. To federal white-collar crimes like health care fraud.
How much of your practice is devoted to criminal law?
The majority of our law practice is criminal law. Although, we do have a few select civil cases that are handled in-house; they usually contain a criminal element. In addition, on behalf of businesses or individuals, we also drum up and present prosecutions (e.g., when an employee of a large company has stolen a mass sum of money).
Why should I hire your firm?
We strive to achieve the greatest success possible for your case, ensuring that you obtain the best possible result. We think everyone is entitled to courtesy, discretion, and a competent defense from an expert attorney.
We’ll handle your case with the highest level of care and personal attention, striving to safeguard your rights and good name. If we can obtain a favorable settlement before going to court, we will; it’s not our policy to settle early or make concessions. We try for dismissal as often as possible, usually by offering the prosecutor no choice but to accept it. We’ll fight for you every step of the way in court, drawing on our over 20 years of trial expertise.
What makes your firm different?
We distinguish ourselves from other criminal defense attorneys by our credentials, track record of success, and level of customer service. While we’ve been consistently recognized as an aggressive and experienced criminal law practice with a proven track record of winning outcomes, what our clients have written about us – that we’re approachable, that we genuinely care about them, that we treat their cases with the utmost importance, and that we go above and beyond the call of duty to obtain the best possible outcome – is most gratifying.