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A criminal charge of any type has the ability to send an accused individual's life into complete upheaval. From protracted periods of incarceration, costly fines, license revocations, professional harm and damage to community standing, the implications of being convicted of a crime in Texas are things everyone should attempt to avoid.
Because the stakes are so high, it is incumbent upon those facing criminal allegations, no matter the category, to seek aggressive defense counsel as soon as possible. If you are under the inescapable stress, strain and fear known to result from the attention of police and prosecutors, you owe it to yourself to align with a West Texas criminal lawyer committed to protecting your rights and fighting for your future. Our attorneys practice statewide with offices in Amarillo, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, and San Antonio.
Criminal Offenses in Texas
A skilled Texas Criminal Defense Group attorney with experience defending charges throughout West Texas possesses significant knowledge in handling matters pursuant to a broad array of penal code provisions, including:
High Stakes for Criminal Defendants in Texas
Texas has some of the strictest penalties for breaking the law anywhere in the country. In a country that leads the world in both the number of people in prison and the percentage of citizens behind bars, those statistics can sound daunting.
If you are facing any kind of criminal charges, a knowledgeable Texas criminal lawyer can protect your rights and defend you tirelessly. Experienced criminal lawyers understand the ways in which prosecutors think and, therefore, can often anticipate how a prosecutor may handle a case. That knowledge allows for diligent and comprehensive preparation of a potential client's defense strategy. Call Texas Criminal Defense Group today to set up a confidential consultation with a Texas criminal attorney.
Latest Case Results
Nancy aggravated assault felony was dismissed this week. Nancy’s roommate called the police claiming Nancy pulled a gun on her/pistol-whipped her. Even though there were no injuries, the police arrested Nancy and when she bonded out the roommate had stolen her jewelry and broken into her safe with a crowbar, and pawned a bunch of…
Pedro’s DWI was reduced to Obstruction of a Highway. Pedro is an employee with a CDL so a DWI conviction would have been bad news. – REDUCED
Gabriel was a passenger in a car that was reported stolen. They got in a wreck with another car, Gabriel ended up running from the scene, and was chased and tackled by the other driver. Gabriel ended up biting and punching the other driver to get him off of him. – DISMISSED
Caleb was charged with a racing case (a misdemeanor). We turned several offers down and set it for trial. Three days before the trial, we agreed to do a short-term pre-trial diversion program. Caleb accepted. In 6 months, the case will be dismissed. Caleb will not have to report or do probation and stay out…
Eulogio had a DWI 1st over a .15-BAC .172. We were able to get the charge changed to an obstruction of a roadway, 8M deferred adjudication. REDUCED
Tyler BAC .28, DWI 1st w/open container. We had the blood analyzed which showed the blood should not be considered. We were able to get Tyler a deferred adjudication for 8 months and a $200 fine. With Tylers BAC being that high, it could have been a class A with no ability to get a…
Inna’s harassment conviction could have seriously jeopardized her U.S. status and could have subjected her to removal. Chase and our criminal defense team spent time gathering evidence in the case. We gathered evidence showing the alleged “victim” was harassing OUR client. At the pre-trial hearing Chase, after many hours of negotiation the case was dismissed…
Andrew’s assault family violence case was DISMISSED. Judge rushed this case to trial. The client can now avoid an MTR for this new alleged offense. DISMISSED
Dominique’s DWI was reduced to Obstruction of a Highway yesterday. She was driving drunk on NYE, their blood alcohol score was .124, and was at risk of being kicked out of her college in South Korea because of a possible DWI conviction. She client was given 12 months deferred probation, and the judge waived the…
Sandy was 43 years old and new to the area. After making a u-turn she was pulled over by the police. They alleged that she was “weaving” down the road. The Jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY.
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