Violent Crimes Defense Attorney in Plano, Texas
Collin County Law Firm for Clients Accused of Assault, Domestic Violence, and Murder
While any criminal conviction can lead to serious consequences, being convicted of a violent crime can absolutely devastate your life. Having a felony conviction for a violent crime like robbery, assault, or homicide can lead to not only years of incarceration but also a lifetime of damaging stigma. You may struggle to find a place to live, obtain gainful employment, or have custody of your children after a felony conviction.
At The Crowder Law Firm P.C., we believe that those charged with a violent crime deserve an aggressive legal defense. We work with clients to learn their side of the story so that we can build a defense strategy that gives you the best chance of a favorable outcome. Our team will do everything we can to get your charges reduced or dismissed whenever possible.
Tenacious Lawyer Fighting Violent Crime Charges in Dallas
Violent crime continues to be a serious problem in our society today. However, just because a person has been charged with a crime involving violence does not mean that he or she is automatically guilty of that crime. At our firm, we help clients facing all types of violent crime charges including:
Assault: The crime of assault includes making contact with another in a manner that causes injury or is offensive in nature;
Domestic violence: Violent acts toward a romantic partner or another member of your household can be prosecuted as domestic assault. Criminal charges are also possible for violating a protective order;
Robbery: Unlike other property crimes, the defining characteristic of the offense of robbery is the use of violence or the threat of violence to commit theft. Armed robbery and carjacking are especially serious types of robbery; and
Homicide: According to Texas law, criminal homicide includes murder, capital murder, manslaughter, and criminally negligent homicide. Causing a death related to drunk driving may be charged as intoxication manslaughter.
We also represent those who have been charged with weapons and firearms violations.
Violent crimes in Texas can be prosecuted as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on a number of factors, including where the alleged offense occurred, the age, status, or occupation of the victim, and the defendant's prior criminal history. Penalties for a violent crime can range from a short jail sentence for simple assault to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murder. Prosecutors could even seek the death penalty in capital murder cases.
Quality Legal Defense for Those Accused of Murder or Another Violent Crime
If you or a loved one have been charged with a violent crime, it is essential that you hire an attorney who has the experience and skill necessary to represent clients accused of serious crimes. Attorney Darlina Crowder has represented numerous clients accused of violent crimes, and she knows the way that prosecutors handle these cases. She has secured more than 300 acquittals and not-guilty verdicts for her clients in her 20-plus year career as a criminal defense attorney in Plano . She and the rest of the team at The Crowder Law Firm P.C. are ready to put their experience to work for you.
Call 214-303-9600 for a Free Consultation
Never try to fight criminal charges for a violent crime on your own. Contact our office to learn how we can help with your case. Call 214-303-9600 to schedule a free, confidential consultation today. We serve clients accused of violent crimes in Plano, Fort Worth, Dallas, McKinney, Garland, Denton, Frisco, Grayson County, and the surrounding areas. Se habla Español.