Brown County Violent Crimes Attorney
Defending Against Violent Crime Charges in Texas
Violent crimes are considered some of the most serious offenses in the state of Texas. If you are convicted of a violent crime, you could face years or even decades behind bars, as well as other severe penalties. At Woodley & Dudley, our Brown County violent crimes lawyers are prepared to fight for you.
Call Woodley & Dudley today at (325) 246-3250 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our violent crimes lawyer in Brown County.
Types of Violent Crimes in Texas
Texas law categorizes various offenses as violent crimes, each carrying distinct characteristics and legal implications. Some common violent crimes in the state of Texas may include:
- Assault: Assault charges in Texas cover a spectrum of actions, from threatening behavior to causing bodily harm.
- Weapons Violations: Weapon violations can encompass a variety of offenses related to the possession, use, and carrying of weapons.
- Domestic Violence: Domestic violence cases involve acts of violence or abuse within familial or intimate relationships.
What are the Penalties for Violent Crimes in Texas?
The penalties for violent crimes in Texas can be severe, ranging from fines to lengthy prison sentences. The specific consequences will depend on factors such as the nature of the offense, any prior criminal record, and the degree of harm inflicted. Woodley & Dudley is committed to providing you with a robust defense aimed at minimizing the potential consequences you face.
Defenses Against Violent Crimes Charges
Some common defenses against violent crime charges may include:
- Self-Defense: If you acted in self-defense or defense of others, we can skillfully present evidence to establish that your actions were justified under the law.
- Insufficient Evidence: We can meticulously scrutinize the evidence against you, challenging any weaknesses or inconsistencies to weaken the prosecution's case.
- Constitutional Violations: We can assess whether your constitutional rights were violated during the arrest or investigation, seeking to suppress any evidence obtained unlawfully.
- Mistaken Identity: In cases where mistaken identity is a factor, we can work diligently to prove that you are not the perpetrator.
Contact Our Brown County Violent Crimes Lawyer Today
When facing charges for violent crime charges, securing the right legal representation is crucial. Woodley & Dudley brings a wealth of experience, legal acumen, and a commitment to justice to every case. Contact our Brown County violent crimes attorney today to schedule a consultation and take the first step toward a robust defense tailored to your specific situation. Your future deserves a dedicated advocate—choose Woodley & Dudley.
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