If you have been charged with a crime in Grand Prairie, you face the real possibility of spending time behind bars. In addition, you will have to pay substantial fines and deal with a permanent criminal record.
A criminal defense lawyer in Grand Prairie can offer you hope. Your lawyer will protect your legal rights and help you understand the potential implications your charges carry.
Attorney Randall Isenberg of the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg provides professional legal representation to clients facing criminal charges in Grand Prairie. Contact us today for criminal defense help: 214-696-9253.
How Can a Grand Prairie Criminal Defense Lawyer Help Me?
Whether the police have already arrested you or if they have just opened an investigation, a criminal defense lawyer has a unique skillset to help you.
Never assume that the problem will go away on its own if you are only under investigation — this assumption can land you behind bars. Get a lawyer involved as soon as possible.
If the prosecutor has not yet filed formal charges, your lawyer may be able to intervene and help you avoid facing charges.
Whatever crime the police or prosecutor assert that you committed, a criminal defense lawyer may be able to uncover evidence to exonerate you, or to prove that the police violated your legal rights.
Whether your criminal defense lawyer can use this information to make your charges go away or to build a strong case to defend you in court, you can rest assured knowing that an attorney will fight to protect your future.
What Types of Crimes Does the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg Handle?
No matter what type of criminal charges you may face, the potential outcome can significantly affect your future. A criminal defense lawyer at the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg can handle any of the following crimes:
The Texas weapons and firearms laws allow prosecutors to level these charges on a standalone basis or as an enhancement to other crimes such as robbery and assault. In some cases, you may even face federal weapons charges. The Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg may be able to help minimize the potential damage of these charges.
Many good people find themselves facing domestic or family violence charges even when they did not commit a crime. But, even if you did nothing wrong, the nature of these serious charges can land you behind bars anyway. We can get to the bottom of your situation and work to help preserve your future.
Texas drunk driving charges can seriously disrupt your life. Beyond the fines and jail time, having a DWI or felony DWI on your record can interfere with your ability to get a job or rent a home. Randall can work to identify potential mistakes in the prosecutor’s case, or instances where the police violated your legal rights, and use this information to get your charges dismissed or reduced. And, if it becomes necessary, we will prepare your case for court.
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Breath & Blood Testing
Just because you apparently failed chemical testing (e.g., breathalyzer, blood, urine) for blood alcohol concentration does not mean you are guilty of drunk driving. We can explore your case for errors in the testing procedures and use this information to challenge the prosecutor’s case.
Expunction & Non-Disclosure
Upon conviction for almost any crime in Texas, you will have a permanent criminal record that can potentially strip away your civil liberties, prevent you from holding a professional license, getting a job, or even renting an apartment. The Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg may be able to help you clear your name — and your record — by getting your criminal record expunged or sealed from public view.
Administrative License Revocation (ALR) & Suspended License Hearings
Without your driver’s license, you cannot get to work or school, to doctors’ appointments, or take care of important personal business. An ALR and suspended license lawyer at the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg will preserve your legal rights during the ALR hearing and attempt to help you either retain or recover your license, or obtain a provisional permit to drive.
Violating your probation can send you back to jail for the maximum possible sentence for your crime. Whether you actually did violate your probation or if the state alleges that you did, we will fight to preserve your freedom.
In Texas, violent crimes like murder and assault can send you to prison for years, decades, or even for life. Randall can work to get your charges reduced or, if necessary, build a case to establish reasonable doubt in court.
Sex crimes carry substantial fines and lengthy prison terms. But that is not always the biggest concern. The social stigma — even if the prosecutor does not achieve a conviction — can destroy your life. We may be able to help clear your name and protect your future.
Engaging the services of a criminal defense attorney in Grand Prairie at the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg can help protect your legal rights. We will work tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome in your case.
Get Criminal Defense Help Today
As if facing criminal charges was not daunting enough, choosing a criminal defense lawyer in Grand Prairie can be a challenge in itself.
Make sure your attorney has the knowledge and experience you need. Attorney Randall Isenberg is board certified in criminal defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. In addition, he is also certified as a criminal defense advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Randall also has more than 30 years of experience as a criminal defender, felony prosecutor, and state district court judge.
This unique combination of experience gives Randall the insight necessary to understand the prosecution’s approach for building a case against you. He will put this extensive level of knowledge and experience to work for you.
If you would like to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with a criminal defense lawyer in Grand Prairie, contact the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg today at 214-696-9253.