There are only a few reasons why you are looking at this page. You, a close friend, or a family member have recently been either:
- Arrested (released on bond or still in jail),
- Notified of an investigation (call from a detective, grand jury subpoena, search warrant executed, etc.), or
- Formally charged in a specific court (indicted or charged by information with a misdemeanor.)
You are now faced with navigating a complicated system with which you are entirely unfamiliar. You have essentially been dropped in the middle of the ocean with only water all around you. The decisions you make now, and in the future, will dramatically effect whether you ever reach dry land. This situation may affect you the rest of your life.
You need to know who to talk to, who to refuse to talk to, and what to do in the coming days, weeks, and months. You need the candid advice of an experienced criminal lawyer.
This office has handled hundreds of criminal cases. Bill has advised and represented those who have been investigated and/or prosecuted for murder, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, narcotics possession and/or distribution, computer sabotage, driving while intoxicated, sexual assault, domestic violence, theft and robbery, and many other issues.
For over fifteen years, Bill has focused the majority of his practice in criminal matters both as a prosecutor and a defense attorney. Each situation is different but Bill’s broad experience helps inform his preparation and defense of each client he represents.
Individuals and corporations have substantial rights guaranteed by the United States and Texas Constitutions.
Additionally, a complex body of law directs and limits a governmental entity’s ability to investigate, prosecute and punish alleged criminal activity.
If you are reading this, you are not prepared to manage your situation on your own. You need experienced, qualified help. And you needed it yesterday.