Being arrested in Texas can land you in jail for years, but I guess if you are reading this page you or a family member have been arrested for either a felony or misdemeanor. Step one is getting released from custody through posting bail or a pr bond. Then you need to hire a skilled Texas Criminal Attorney such as myself to represent you or your family member.
I understand this is the last thing anyone plans for but since mistakes happen it’s time to suck it up and call my office immediately. Good news for you is that I’m a former assistant district attorney with years of experience. I mention that I spent years as a prosecutor because those years gave me an insight into the inner workings of the prosecutor’s office.
Face it, when your freedom is at stake do you want to take the risk on a legal professional that runs a general practice or do you want a criminal attorney that’s in criminal court every single day? I’m sure you chose the latter, and your next thought is moving towards cost. Like I said before, I understand nobody plans for being arrested and for this reason I offer payment plans, reasonable down payments and free consultations 7 days a week.
It’s impossible for me to cover every single criminal charge that I’m able to defend you against but here is a short list.
Ok, you’ve spent the time to read through this entire page & I hope it’s clear that defending people against a felony or a simple misdemeanor criminal charge is what I’ve dedicated my career to. My job is to keep my clients out of jail & I take it very serious.
Texas Criminal Defense, let’s be clear after an arrest you need to find and hire the best criminal attorney you can find. I accept cases throughout South Texas including:
Bexar County | San Antonio | Live Oak | Kirby | Universal City | Guadalupe County | Seguin | Helotes | Converse | Comal County | New Braunfels | Selma | Boerne | Nueces County | Corpus Christi | Port Aransas | Aransas Pass | Robstown | Atascosa County | Poteet | Laredo | Pleasanton | Jourdanton |