We aggressively defend people in Bexar and surrounding counties who have been charged with a variety of criminal offenses, including:
- Drug Crimes
- Parole Violations
- White Collar Crimes
- State Charges
- Federal Charges
Our attorneys have fought hard and have earned the respect of other defense attorneys, prosecutors, and the judges of our courts. We have earned this respect by fighting hard and never giving up. We understand that when someone is charged with a crime, it is absolutely essential to have someone on your side who will listen to your concerns and is willing to aggressively defend you.
We have the unique advantage that one of our attorneys spent a decade as a law enforcement officer. This gives us the ability to approach your defense from all angles and gives us multiple perspectives on your case.
Just because you have been arrested does not mean you are a criminal. For many, this is a terrifying process. We have dedicated ourselves to standing between our clients and those accusing them of crimes, and ensuring that our clients are fully informed throughout the entire process.
Our attorneys have taken the steps to educate themselves on both the science and the law behind these cases. We understood long ago that the only way to defend our clients was to understand the science and nuances of our client’s cases. We have also spent time cultivating relationships with investigators and experts to make sure that our clients have a full and complete defense, whether it be in State or Federal court.
An arrest or conviction for certain crimes may come with consequences that you may not expect, such as a driver’s license suspension for a DWI arrest or Drug Possession conviction, for example. Time is of the essence to make sure that you are protected and that there are no surprises. We’ve taken the time to learn these collateral consequences to improve our ability to represent our clients’ best interests.
Do not wait until you have been charged with a crime to hire an attorney. In criminal cases, law enforcement has a habit of focusing like a laser on their selected suspect instead of gathering all the evidence and following the evidence. If you think you may be questioned by police in relation to a crime, then you need to hire an attorney to protect your rights and gather any possible evidence that could be used to defend you.
Sometimes, you may be able to expunge your arrest record or seal the arrest details from public access and potential employers. There are many factors that need to be considered to determine what can be done to best protect your reputation.
Contact us today for a free consultation if you have been, or think you may be, charged with a crime.