If you are facing criminal charges in Balch Springs, Texas, or somewhere else in that area, you should consider hiring a Balch Springs criminal defense lawyer from the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg to help you with your case. Our legal team has helped several clients get their charges dismissed or reduced because we are thorough in our investigation and have the legal background to understand your rights.
Call (214) 696-9253 for a free case evaluation. We are interested in hearing what kind of charges you are facing, how your arrest went down and whether your rights were respected, and what kind of evidence the prosecution has against you. We may be able to strategize an argument that can refute any claims made against you and guide you throughout the litigation process so that your rights remain protected.
Your Criminal Defense Team Can Guide You Every Step of the Way
At the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg, we treat our clients with respect and the understanding that every citizen is innocent until proven guilty. Should you decide to work with one of our defense attorneys, you will not only receive a legal representative but a variety of other legal services from both your attorney and our legal team.
Multiple factors are involved in building a client’s defense argument, so below are some basic services we provide each client we take on.
When you call the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg at (214) 696-9253, a team member from our firm will immediately conduct a free case evaluation and listen to your situation. We can collect the information you already have available to you and answer questions about the charges you are facing. From there, we may ask for more information to assess how we should help you, such as whether you will need more evidence to support your case.
The case evaluation also acts as a consultation, so we can discuss our rates and what other services we provide to you as our client. If you agree to work with us, we can assign a Balch Springs criminal defense lawyer to take on your case and provide you with further information on what to expect.
Even if there is an arrest report about your case, it might not have all the details about the arrest, the charges you are facing, and the circumstances that led to the arrest. In many cases, an additional private investigation may be necessary to perform to:
- Retrieve information not mentioned in the arrest report
- Determine whether the arrest was fair and properly conducted, such as whether you were read your Miranda rights
- Determine whether you were coerced by police officials during or after the arrest
- Review the evidence being used against you
- Retrieve additional evidence to defend your case
- Review the laws of the state and determine whether you breached your duties or violated these laws
It is crucial that you remain honest with your defense attorney. Under the attorney-client privilege, all communications with your lawyer will remain confidential, as it is their sworn duty. Doing so can also help your lawyer take the appropriate steps to protect your rights and prepare for the prosecution’s arguing statements.
You may be asked in your initial free consultation to provide any evidence you have already available to you, including any evidence you may be able to retrieve yourself. However, your legal team may also be able to assist you in getting other forms of documentation or testimony that you might not have access to or know how to get.
Your legal team may be able to help you retrieve:
- Bodycam footage of the arrest that took place
- Photos and videos of the scene of the crime or arrest
- Photos and videos that might contest these allegations
- Eyewitness testimony
- Expert witness testimony, such as from a forensic science analyst, mechanical engineer, or medical professional
- Data records, such as black box information, cell phone records, or criminal records
According to the Texas Penal Code §2.01, the burden of proof lies on the prosecution to support their claims against you. However, as your defense team, we intend to prepare your case with evidence of our own to refute these claims and protect your innocence as much as possible.
Depending on the crime in question, certain statements about your character can upset you and tempt you to defend your reputation. This reaction is exactly what the prosecuting attorneys want. Any statements you make can be used against you, so it is in your interest to remain silent and have your defense attorney communicate on your behalf.
Your lawyer can act as your personal representative during:
- Phone calls with the prosecution team, insurance company, news reporters, and any other inquiring parties
- Interviews or interrogations with police officials
- Search and seizure procedures
- Witness questioning
The main duty that most people expect from a criminal defense attorney is legal representation. As your legal team, we intend to review the circumstances of your arrest, criminal charges, and evidence to build your defense argument.
In doing so, we may be able to:
- Have your charges reduced, such as from a felony to a misdemeanor
- Have your charges dismissed altogether
- Organize a plea deal if necessary
- Avoid other charges from being introduced
- Protect you from unlawful arrest, warrants, and coercion
Hire a Balch Springs Criminal Defense Lawyer from the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg
If you are facing criminal charges and need legal defense, contact the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg to represent you. Our firm leader, Randall B. Isenberg, has over 30 years of experience in criminal justice and has served as a State District Judge and Chief Felony Prosecutor in his career. His background in serving both prosecuting and defending parties has helped him shape his strategies and lead his legal team.
Our team wants to help you with your case. We are willing to investigate what you are being accused of, how your arrest and interrogation was conducted, and whether other crucial factors were neglected or omitted in your case. As your defense team, we aim to protect your rights and keep you from having your future stained by a criminal conviction.
Call our office at (214) 696-9253 for a free case evaluation to get started.