Choosing how to respond following an arrest can shape an investigation’s future and any subsequent charges brought against you. Taking legal advice after being arrested or charged with an offense and making the right decisions at an early stage can be crucial to your case’s outcome.
The Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg provide criminal defense counsel for misdemeanors and felonies in Texas’s state and federal courts. Take advantage of our capabilities and resources in a free case evaluation today at (214) 696-9253, where we can help you understand and assess your situation with clarity and practical advice.
Do Not Leave Your Freedom and Your Future to Chance
Seeking help from a The Colony criminal defense lawyer could make a difference between being charged or released. If you are arrested, having legal representation at your side and protecting your rights could mean the difference between conviction, lesser charges, or acquittal.
With 30 years of experience as a former Senior Felony Prosecutor and State District Trial Judge, attorney Randy Isenberg is Board-Certified in Criminal Defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He and his team can help you if you have been arrested or are facing charges related to:
- ALR Suspended License
- Boating While Intoxicated
- Breathalyzer and Blood Test Defense
- Commercial DWI
- Criminal Defense
- Domestic Violence
- DMV Hearing
- Drug Crimes
- Drug Possession
- DWI Involving an Accident, Wreck, or Injury
- DWI Marijuana
- DWI Reduction
- And more
Arrests and criminal charges can have a dramatic and negative impact on you and your loved one’s family life. A criminal record can impact your freedom and your future, with far-reaching effects on your employment opportunities, ability to vote, own a firearm, and even get approved for a housing application.
Navigating the criminal law system in Texas can be complicated. Not every criminal defense attorney has the ability or resources to defend against complicated crimes or serious felony charges.
It can be beneficial to research law practices that are best suited to help with your situation. Our law firm offers a free case evaluation, which can be an excellent opportunity to ask questions and find legal representation suited to your needs.
How a The Colony Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help
We believe everyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty. Our legal services bring to life our commitment and care for our clients. While each of our clients has unique circumstances, there are many ways we can help with your situation. As a general overview, the services we provide include:
Researching the Facts
The first step of the process involves meeting you and getting to know as many details as possible about your situation. Asking specific questions enables us to determine possible defense strategies and learn about your case’s strengths and weaknesses.
Providing an investigation of your case allows us to discover possible avenues to have your charges reduced or dropped entirely. The prosecution must provide a copy of the evidence gathered in your case.
We carefully examine the evidence for any inconsistencies in the arrest, booking, and testing procedure that could result in the charges against you being dropped. We may even prevent some evidence being used against you at trial. The process can involve:
- Questioning the police about the arrest for probable cause
- Talking to witnesses
- Examining the evidence against you (police reports, witness statements, pictures, breath, urine or blood tests, medical records, crime lab reports) for inconsistencies
- Requesting independent testing of the evidence against you
Having considered and examined your case’s details, a lawyer can help you devise a defense strategy to counter the prosecution’s arguments. Our knowledge of criminal defense equips us with counter-strategies for many charges.
For a free legal consultation with a Lawyer serving The Colony, call (214) 696-9253
Handling Plea Bargain Negotiations with Prosecutors
Where we cannot get the charges against you dropped, plea bargaining is an option, as stated in Art. 26.13 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. This option can result in reduced bail, lesser charges, and shorter prison sentences—depending on your circumstances.
Additional factors such as overcrowded jails, overburdened court calendars—and in some cases, political or public agendas—make plea bargaining a useful and beneficial tool in resolving many cases. This option might reduce pressure on the criminal justice system. It is essential that your rights are protected during this process. We can help ensure you are treated fairly.
Our team can help you determine if accepting a plea bargain is beneficial for you. For example, if you are a licensed professional who is facing your license being revoked after a felony conviction, accepting a plea to a lesser charge could result in you keeping your license and protecting your career.
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Representing You at Trial
If no plea deal is possible, we will help you prepare for trial and provide you with an honest appraisal of the possible outcomes you may face. Your The Colony criminal defense lawyer can also protect your rights at all times and fight on your behalf.
If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of being arrested or charged with a criminal offense in The Colony area, the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg is ready to fight for you. To find out more about our services, call (214) 696-9253 for a free case evaluation.
Our Lawyers on Your Side
When you choose the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg to be your legal representation, you choose to work with a law firm with a single-minded purpose. That is to achieve the best possible outcome for each and all of our clients.
The preparation, strategy, and effort we devote to our clients is available to you. To find out more about our services and payment plan, call for a free review of your situation at (214) 696-9253 today. We can help you request an ALR hearing from the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) or prove that you did not commit a certain crime.