There really is no such thing as a minor offense—all offenses can negatively affect your life. Partner with a Plano defense attorney at Chris Lewis & Associates, P.C. to battle your charge and protect your future.
Are you facing criminal charges in Plano, Texas? No matter what crime you’ve been charged with, it can negatively affect you. Even misdemeanors can wreak havoc throughout your life, so don’t make the mistake of thinking they’re not going to impact you. Convictions go on your permanent criminal record, causing you permanent and lasting harm.
Fight against a criminal charge by working with a Plano criminal defense lawyer at our firm. Your attorney will examine your case, look at all the different angles, and find the best approach to your defense.
Your Plano criminal lawyer at our firm can handle all different types of criminal cases. From misdemeanor drug charges to serious violent offenses, we can find the right defense for you and your situation.
There are many different types of crimes in Texas, and your penalties will depend on the classification of your crime. For instance, the class of misdemeanor or the degree of felony will affect your penalties.
For example, a class A misdemeanor can receive a fine of up to $4,000 and a jail term of up to one year. A felony of the first degree can receive a fine of up to $10,000 and a prison term of between five and ninety-nine years or life.
Below, here are some common types of criminal offenses in Plano that your attorney can help defend you against.
If charges have already been filed against you, you will need to battle the charge if you hope to avoid conviction. The prosecutor will probably try to offer you a plea deal, and they may try to convince you that you have no other options, but don’t believe them. There are defenses available against the conviction of a crime, so don’t give up without a fight.
Here are some of the defenses your Plano criminal attorney could use to defend you.
Your criminal record is important, and you don’t want anything negative to show up on there. You will be judged harshly because of your criminal record, and it can change your life in negative ways. The only way to not suffer the consequences of a conviction is to avoid conviction entirely, by fighting against your charge.
You don’t have to fight alone, though. A Plano criminal defense lawyer is a valuable asset. Your attorney will work to build the best defense your circumstances allow. Contact Chris Lewis & Associates, P.C. through the secure online form below, or call our office directly at 214-984-3113.