Texas Treats Violent Offenders Harshly. We Offer Protection.
Texas has a high violent crime rate, and prosecutors and lawmakers have reacted accordingly, punishing violent crime offenders severely. Depending on the crime, even first-time offenders can face significant prison time, in addition to thousands of dollars in fines and other punitive damages. For repeat offenders, the penalties are even more punishing. Without strong legal representation, you may be facing years behind bars, in addition to the damage to your reputation and your ability to find gainful employment after serving your sentence.
Emmanuel Albarado can help. As a criminal defense attorney representing clients in Denton and across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, he has tried many violent crimes cases, obtaining acquittals and dismissals along the way.
A Hard-Earned Reputation For Winning Tough Cases
We have helped clients facing a variety of criminal charges, including domestic and family violence charges. As a comprehensive law firm, we understand the wide-ranging impact these criminal offenses can have on your life, including complicating a family law or immigration issue.
In divorce cases, allegations of domestic violence, assault or another violent crime can place you in a severely disadvantaged position in relation to alimony, child custody or child visitation.
If you are here illegally, a green card holder or in the U.S. under another visa status, being charged with a violent crime can constitute a “crime of moral turpitude” and affect your ability to remain lawfully in the U.S.
In addition, we have assisted college students from nearby universities with criminal charges stemming from hazing and other fraternity activities.
Protection For Victims Of Violent Crimes
As part of our immigration practice, we also help victims of domestic violence and other crimes remain in the U.S., even if their status is in jeopardy. We assist clients seeking U visas and complete the necessary documentation on their behalf.
Strong Legal Counsel On Your Side
To discuss your case with an experienced lawyer, 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.