Getting arrested for or charged with a crime is a scary and emotionally overwhelming experience, especially if it is your first time facing the criminal justice system. A conviction is punishable by severe penalties, including fines and even time behind bars. To avoid conviction or get your charges/sentence reduced to avoid serving jail or prison time, you must hire a skilled attorney to defend you from start to finish.
If you or a loved one is currently facing criminal charges in Brazoria County, let our legal team at Gutheinz Law Firm, LLP fight for you inside and outside the courtroom. With more than three decades of combined experience, we understand how to build an aggressive and effective defense strategy and obtain the most favorable result in court.
Our firm handles the following types of criminal cases:
Discuss your case with our Brazoria County criminal defense lawyers by calling us at (281) 888-0470 to learn about your available legal options.
There are two main types of crimes in Texas: misdemeanors and felonies. While misdemeanors are not as serious as felony offenses, a conviction can still lead to a jail term of up to one year.
The following are the misdemeanor classes in TX:
On the other hand, felonies are typically punishable by imprisonment, rather than jail time. In addition, a prison sentence for a felony offense is generally more than one year.
Felony classes in TX include:
Due to the seriousness of the criminal penalties mentioned above, it is imperative to seek legal representation from our experienced firm. Do not hesitate to let us help you get your life back on track.
Contact us today at (281) 888-0470 to learn more about our legal services in Brazoria County.
The client was charged with continuous sexual assault of a minor which was dismissed due to the advocacy of defense counsel.
Client was charged with aggravated assault which was dismissed due to the advocacy of defense counsel.
Client’s Felony criminal mischief dismissed when defense established that the alleged victims account and statement of damages was not true.