Any criminal charge, from DWI, assault, drug charges or theft, is a serious matter. You are placing your fate in the hands of a criminal justice system that might be unfamiliar and complex to you. You need a defense attorney who will guide you through the legal system with a focus on protecting your rights and pursuing the appropriate outcome.
Get an Attorney With Local Experience
If you have been arrested on a criminal charge, a great deal of what happens now depends on the priorities and attitudes of the local prosecutors handling your case, as well as the procedures that have been adopted by the local court system. It is important for your criminal defense attorney to be knowledgeable and comfortable representing you in the jurisdiction where you are facing charges. Williamson County is unique due to its tough-on-crime stance, which results from a very conservative political ideology. I'm in court in Williamson County virtually every day a docket is scheduled, and I have experience negotiating with many of the same prosecutors for several years.
My office is located in the Tamiro Plaza, two blocks from the Williamson County courthouse and jail. The majority of the cases I handle are in Williamson County, and I have a great deal of credibility among the local prosecutors. I am also familiar with the criminal procedures and personalities in Travis County. Although the laws are the same, Williamson and Travis counties' criminal justice systems have many differences due to political and other disparities between them. I have the experience to represent clients in both jurisdictions.
If you have been charged with a crime, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with me. An appointment outside of regular business hours may be scheduled if necessary. I accept many forms of payment, including credit cards and if needed, payment plans can be arranged. If you are looking for a lawyer on behalf of a friend or family member who is currently in custody, I can discuss my services with you and then meet with that individual in jail. Contact me for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss whether you need a lawyer and what I may be able to do to help you.