In Richardson, criminal charges pose a significant threat to your future and your freedom.
Misdemeanor and felony criminal charges carry the threat of jail or prison time, along with harsh financial penalties, fees, and court costs. You may have to serve probation and community service, attend court-ordered classes or counseling, and pay restitution to any potential victims.
In addition to the frightening prospect of criminal penalties, the Texas legal system can pose a daunting challenge. A compassionate but aggressive criminal defense lawyer in Richardson can protect your legal rights. More importantly, an attorney can offer you hope for the best possible outcome in your case.
If you are facing criminal charges, attorney Randy Isenberg and the legal team at the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg can help. With more than 30 years of experience in the Texas criminal justice system—as a state court judge, chief felony prosecutor, and criminal defense lawyer—Randy Isenberg has the knowledge and experience to get the job done for you.
Contact our office today at 214-696-9253 to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation and case evaluation.
What Criminal Charges Mean for Your Life
The potential penalties for a criminal conviction in Richardson depend on the type and severity of the charges you face.
Based on the stringent Texas statutes, most criminal offenses carry jail or prison sentences and substantial fines. Whether you enter a guilty plea or the court convicts you, you will have a permanent criminal record, which will affect virtually every aspect of your life.
Whenever anyone runs a background check on you, your conviction will show up. Potential employers may use this information to decline your job application. Property managers can also decline your application to rent a home or apartment. Your record may prevent you from obtaining or keeping a professional license, and it can disqualify you for college admission and student loans.
A felony conviction will rob you of some of your most fundamental rights, such as the right to sit on a jury or own a firearm. Depending on the nature of your crime, you could also lose your driver’s license or even custody of your children.
How a Lawyer Can Help With Your Case
When you turn to the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg to help you, you can rest assured that we will be there for you, protecting your legal rights and fighting for your future.
Our legal team will carefully evaluate the details of your case and explain your options. We will get you answers to all your questions and identify the best possible defense strategies.
We will put our extensive resources to work on your behalf, looking for potential violations of your legal rights, mistakes made by the police, and any problems with the evidence. Our goal is to identify details that we can use as leverage to negotiate with the prosecutor, with the goal of getting your charges reduced or dismissed.
Although our primary goal will always be the dismissal of your criminal charges, we are always prepared to take your case to trial, if necessary. If the prosecution refuses to negotiate, we will build the strongest possible criminal defense.
Whatever charges you may face, the prosecutor has the burden of proving your guilt. Our team will work tirelessly to protect you, your future, and your freedom.
Choose a Richardson Criminal Defense Lawyer to Protect Your Future
Board-certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in criminal defense, Randy Isenberg represents clients in Richardson who face misdemeanor or felony charges relating to areas of practice that include:
- Felony DWI;
- Under 21 DUI;
- Commercial DWI;
- Boating while intoxicated (BWI);
- Intoxication assaultand intoxication manslaughter;
- Drug possession;
- Drug crimes, including manufacturing and delivery;
- Family and domestic violence;
- Prostitution and sex crimes;
- Murder and assault;
- Firearms and weapons offenses;
- Criminal appeals;
- Probation violations;
- Expunction and nondisclosure;
- ALR hearingsand driver’s license suspension; and
- General criminal defense.
If you face a criminal charge not listed above, contact us to discuss your case personally.
Attorney Randy Isenberg is also certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) as a Criminal Defense Advocate and listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers by Martindale-Hubbell.
Our legal team will stand by your side through every aspect of the legal process, answering all your questions and advocating for your rights. You need a dynamic and dedicated attorney and team to fight for you, and that is precisely what you will have when you work with the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg.
Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney as Soon as Possible
Once the police arrest you and take you into custody, a prosecutor determines which type of criminal charges to pursue. Once the prosecutor files charges, your legal challenges become significantly more complex.
You must contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as the police arrest you or as soon as you learn they might have you under investigation. If our legal team can get to the prosecutor before they file charges, we can potentially convince them to file a lesser charge. In a best-case scenario, we can help you avoid a nasty legal battle by proving they have no case.
The sooner you put our team to work on your case, the sooner we can identify the best legal strategies to help and protect you.
Meet With a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Richardson Today for Free
When you schedule your no-cost, no-obligation case evaluation with the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg, you will have the opportunity to ask all your questions and get the answers you need to make informed choices about your future.
We look forward to showing you how our team can help you through this challenging time in your life. Contact us today at 214-696-9253 to schedule a consultation or to speak directly with a criminal defense lawyer in Richardson.