Criminal Defense

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We can assist you with Misdemeanor Class A and B and Felony

Assault Cases (Assault, Family Violence, Aggravated Assault)


Bail Bonds


Burglary Cases (Burglary of a Habitation, of a Building, of a Vehicle)


Domestic Violence


Drug Crimes (Possession, Possession with the Intent to Deliver, Manufacture, Delivery)


Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)


Expunctions


Gang Crimes


Juveniles


Robbery Cases (Robbery, Aggravated Robbery)


Theft Cases (Burglary, Robbery, Shoplifting, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and More)


Traffic Tickets


Violent Crimes (Assault, Manslaughter) 


Weapons Cases (Unlawful Carrying Weapon, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, Deadly Weapons)


Podemos ayudarlo con delitos menores de clase A y B y delitos graves

 Casos de Asalto (Asalto, Violencia Familiar, Asalto Agravado)


Casos de robo (robo de una vivienda, de un edificio, de un vehículo)


Delitos de drogas (posesión, posesión con la intención de entregar, fabricación, entrega)


Conducir en estado de ebriedad (DWI)


Casos de robo (robo, robo agravado)


Casos de robo (robo, uso no autorizado de un vehículo motorizado)


Casos de armas (Arma portadora ilegal, Posesión ilegal de un arma de fuego por un delincuente, Armas mortales)

DWI and Intoxication Charges

WE CAN HELP:

1) Attack the legitimacy of the stop

2) Anyone against the accuracy and legitimacy of the tests

3) Move to the suppress certain evidence

4) Seek to expose improper police procedures

5) Plea to a lesser offense

6) Seek alternatives or treatment options


DWI automatically triggers drivers license suspension. You have the option to request an ALR (Administrative License Revocation) hearing within 15 days of your drunk driving arrest.


Your license will be suspended 180 days if arrested and you fail to contest your license suspension, or 2 years if you refused to submit a chemical testing or have previous DWI, intoxication assault, or intoxication manslaughter charges on your record. 



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Juvenile Cases

In Texas juveniles are defined as minors, older than 10 years of age and under the age of 17. They are treated differently than adult offenders and the general goal of the juvenile system is rehabilitation an opposed to punishment:


Offenses:

Truancy

Breaking Curfew

Transfer Hearing (to a adult court)

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Criminal Defense in Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Tarrant County.