Charged With A DWI Or Drug Crime? Know Your Rights.
In North Texas, Denton and other communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, law enforcement focuses a great deal of attention on drunk driving and drug crimes. Police departments devote a substantial amount of resources to these crimes, and those who are arrested can be facing serious penalties.
At The Albarado Law Firm, P.C., we represent individuals facing criminal charges. Our founding attorney, Emmanuel Albarado, was a former prosecutor before starting our firm. He knows how the other side prepares these cases, and will use this knowledge to build a strong defense on your behalf.
Fighting For You Throughout Your DUI Case
For clients charged with DWI/DUI, it is important that you understand exactly what is at stake in your case. You will be facing a license suspension, and also could be looking at jail time and high fines if convicted. Repeat offenders face even more severe penalties, and could even be charged with felonies in some circumstances.
If you have been arrested for a drug crime, you also could be looking at serious prison time, depending upon the facts of your case. We have helped a number of individuals charged with drug offenses, including cases involving:
- Possession of controlled substances, such as marijuana, synthetic marijuana, cocaine, Xanax and other prescription medications
- Trafficking and intent to sell controlled substances, including prescription medications
- Manufacturing and distribution of illegal drugs
Whether you were charged with drunk driving or one of the above-mentioned drug crimes, you need to take these allegations seriously. Our attorney will meet directly with you to review your case. Emmanuel will help you learn more about the steps you need to take to offer a strong defense.
As the son of a championship boxer, Emmanuel brings a fighting spirit to his cases. He is not afraid to go into the courtroom to fight to protect your freedom. He will work hard to help you obtain the relief you need. You can count on him to be in your corner throughout your entire case.
Know Your Rights. Discuss Your Case With A Former Prosecutor.
You should never simply plead guilty to a crime, because there may be far-reaching consequences that impact many different areas of your life. To speak to our criminal defense 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.