You’ve Been Charged With A Crime. What Are Your Options?
In Texas, being charged with a criminal offense has the potential to disrupt your entire life. From facing thousands of dollars in fines to imprisonment and other punitive actions, a criminal record will hurt not only your reputation, but also your ability to find and keep employment. In some cases, criminal charges could hamper your ability to remain lawfully in the United States and may hurt your immigration status. Without strong, capable legal counsel, you will face the full brunt of the law.
The criminal defense lawyers at The Albarado Law Firm, P.C., offer aggressive representation to individuals in Denton and across North Texas and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. We pride ourselves on our hard-earned reputation for success in court. Lead attorney Emmanuel Albarado has earned full acquittals for individuals charged with a variety of serious offenses.
Experienced Defense For A Variety Of Allegations
As a former prosecutor and as the son of a former world champion boxer, Emmanuel Albarado knows what it’s like to fight and will do so to protect your rights.
We handle a variety of matters, including:
- Felony charges, ranging from murder to white collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement
- Misdemeanor charges, from shoplifting to minor drug possession
- Driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges, helping to protect your license from revocation or suspension
- Assault and domestic or family violence cases, including instances of fraternity hazing
- Sex charges, from indecency to sexual assault
- Drug charges, including marijuana possession
While criminal charges are always serious, their consequences can be even more severe for individuals who are in the U.S. as green card holders or without documentation. In these instances, being charged with a crime can negatively impact your immigration status; in some cases, criminal charges can be grounds for deportation.
No matter the nature of your case, we’re ready to protect you. We are trial lawyers. We’re not afraid to go in front of a jury to prove your innocence.
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To discuss your case, please call our main Denton County office at 940-222-8939 or send us an email using our contact form. We also operate a secondary office serving Cooke County and Collin County. Se habla español.