A vigorous defense and a fair trial
After more than 1,000 years of tradition and refinement, the English/American legal system is one of the finest mechanisms for advancing justice and protecting the rights of the accused. But what happens when the system gets it wrong? How does someone wrongfully accused - or worse, convicted - clear their name?
The first step is for us to work with you and come up with a plan to get the results you need. Through our understanding of the law and your understanding of the circumstances, we will craft a path to success.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation. Let our certified criminal defense attorneys help you figure out your next steps. If you've been wrongfully accused or convicted of a crime, your rights must be protected, but there are fast-approaching deadlines.
We are multi board-certified criminal defense attorneys specializing in criminal defense and criminal appeals in both the Texas and federal court system. Our team of certified experts can help you defend against wrongful accusations or correct errors in the trial process, whether on direct appeal or through other post-conviction remedies.
Criminal trials and criminal appeals do not wait. You must assert your constitutional rights within strict deadlines or risk losing them forever. If you have been wrongfully accused or convicted, call our office immediately to schedule a free consultation with one of our criminal lawyers.
Q: My loved one has been falsely accused of a crime. How can I protect him or her from a conviction or a prison sentence?
A: Our law requires the government to prove, beyond any reasonable doubt, that a person accused is actually guilty of a crime. Our team of criminal lawyers is well-versed in trial practice and procedure and stands ready to hold the government to its burden. Contact our office today if you or a loved one stands falsely accused of a crime.
Q: We already lost at trial. What can I do now?
A: Call our office today to schedule a free consultation. Depending on the time that has passed, you may still be entitled to challenge procedural errors in the trial by way of a direct appeal or motion for new trial. You may also be able to challenge legal errors if your direct appeal has already been heard and decided against you. In some circumstances, other remedies may be available to you to vindicate either procedural errors, prosecutorial misconduct, or a violation of your constitutional rights. Contact our specialists in criminal appeals today to see what option works best for your situation.
Q: Our previous attorney didn't handle our case properly. How can I get new counsel?
A: All persons criminally accused are entitled to effective representation of counsel. This means a criminal defense attorney who is knowledgeable of the law, who adequately investigates the facts of the case, and who rigorously defends his or her client during the criminal process. If you believe that a prior attorney has not done these things, you may be entitled to relief. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment and discuss your particular situation.