Conviction for a criminal charge in Denton, Texas, can put you behind bars for months, years, or decades and involve substantial monetary fines. Depending on the severity of the charges, you may even lose important civil rights, such as the right to own or possess a firearm. A Denton criminal defense lawyer can help protect your freedom and your future, standing by you through the complex maze of criminal proceedings.
Attorney Randall Isenberg will bring more than three decades of experience – as a criminal defense lawyer, state district court judge, and chief felony prosecutor – to building your case. This unique insight into the local court system and the prosecutor’s mindset means he has what it takes to help you through this challenging time in your life. You can call the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg today to schedule a free consultation.
Why Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney for Your Denton Case?
Being accused of a crime is a terrifying experience, but you retain the right to appoint your own counsel – and you should use it. A criminal defense lawyer will represent you through every phase of the criminal proceedings, acting as your advisor and advocate.
When you choose the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg to fight your criminal charges in Denton, our lawyer will:
- Allow you to tell your story in a judgment-free and compassionate environment
- Protect you and your best interests throughout the legal process
- Ensure you understand your options and what they may mean for your future
- Use legal knowledge to build the strongest possible case in your defense
- Keep you from making incriminating statements to police
- Carefully review all evidence in your case, looking for any procedural errors or potential violations of your legal rights
- Attempt to get the case dismissed before charges are officially filed, if possible
- Negotiate a plea deal, if this is the best option for your case
- Present your defense in court
Any weaknesses our team finds in the case against you can provide the critical leverage we need to have the charges dismissed, reduced, or undermined in court. You deserve to have someone fighting for you during this time, and our firm can provide that.
We Offer Straightforward and Reliable Support
The Texas criminal justice system can be intimidating, but we take the time to prepare our clients and guide them through the legal system so they know they aren’t alone. You can hear what past clients say about our service in Google reviews like these:
- “Thank you for all your hard work! Best law firm in DFW! Highly recommend!” – Renee
- “They really know how to do there job right. And will get you the best deal possible.” – Julia
- “The whole Isenberg staff is great, and they stood by me through out my case. Once Mr. Isenberg quotes you a price to handle your case, he handles your case for that price… If I could rate the Isenberg Law Firm higher than 5 stars, they would be the highest amount of stars available.” – Derrick
For a free legal consultation with a Criminal Defense Lawyer serving Denton, call (214) 696-9253
Results We’ve Obtained for Recent Clients
Every year, we handle many cases in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and surrounding communities. Some of our recent criminal case results in October 2021 include:
- 3 dismissed DWI cases
- 2 dismissed criminal mischief cases
- 1 dismissed unlawful carrying of a weapon case
- 1 dismissed marijuana possession case
We’ve also had several cases of reduced charges. Our attorneys will identify the best possible outcome regarding your charges and build a defense to get you there.
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What You Can Expect If You Face Criminal Charges in Denton
The potential penalties for conviction under the Texas Penal Code depend on the alleged crime and any potential aggravating factors. Upon conviction, you can expect to spend time behind bars for many types of offenses. You will also have to pay a substantial fine as well as court costs and fees. You might face community supervision (probation) and community service, as well.
You will also have a permanent criminal record that will show up if someone, such as a potential employer or landlord, runs a background check on you. However, a criminal charge does not merit an automatic conviction. You can fight the charges against you.
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What Options You Have for Fighting Your Charges
The best possible outcome – and the one that our team fights hard for when possible – is the dismissal of your charges. In some cases, we can persuade the prosecutor that their case will not stand up in court or convince the court to dismiss the charges.
In other cases, we attempt to negotiate a reduction in charges, known as a plea bargain or plea deal. We may opt for this in your case if doing so would potentially help you avoid jail time or another harsh penalty.
Ultimately, we may recommend going to trial for your charges. Because the prosecution must meet its burden of proof, establishing your guilt may present a challenge. In that case, we only need to introduce reasonable doubt to the judge or jury.
Whatever course we identify as the best for your case, we will answer any questions you have so you can make an informed decision about your future.
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Cases Our Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Handle for You
Randall Isenberg is board-certified in criminal defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Randall and the rest of our team at the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg can assist you in any of the following matters. If you do not see your exact charges listed below, contact our office to learn more.
- General Criminal Defense
- DWI Reduction
- Felony DWI
- Underage DWI
- Under 21 DUI
- Commercial DWI
- Intoxication Assault
- Intoxication Manslaughter
- Boating While Intoxicated
- Drug Crimes
- Drug Possession
- Prostitution, Solicitation, and Other Sex Crimes
- Murder, Assault, and Other Violent Crimes
- Family or Domestic Violence
- Weapons Offenses
- Probation Violations
- Expunction and Non-Disclosure
- ALR License Suspension
- DMV Hearings
Depending on your charges, your prior criminal record, and any aggravating circumstances that may affect the alleged offense, you could face charges ranging from a Class C misdemeanor up to a first-degree felony.
When to Call a Criminal Defense Attorney
So, even if you believe the prosecutor has only just started considering filing charges – or if you know the police have you under investigation – you should call a criminal defense lawyer immediately. In many cases, your lawyer may successfully convince the prosecutor not to file charges or to file less serious charges against you.
Also, the quicker our team can begin digging through the evidence, the sooner we can uncover any potential problems or violations of your legal rights.
Speak with Our Criminal Defense Team for Free
At the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg, we know how important it is for you to have legal representation as you face criminal charges. For that reason, we offer complimentary consultations and case reviews. You can talk to our team, ask questions, and better understand the process before hiring us. You can also use this information to help you decide on the next step.
Call us today (214) 696-9353 to learn more and hire a criminal defense lawyer in Denton.