FORT WORTH CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY:
CRIMINAL ATTORNEY LAW FIRM OVERVIEW
Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney Bryan Hoeller and Criminal Attorney Lindsay Truly are experienced trial attorneys and former Tarrant County prosecutors. Combined, they have tried over 150 cases, from DWI to Capital Murder,and are dedicated to providing the best legal representation in state and federal criminal defense, DWI, white collar, assault, and drug charges.
Call or contact us today to set up a free 30 minute consultation with experienced Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney, Federal Crimes Attorney, DWI Lawyer, or a White Collar Crimes Lawyer. Our principal criminal law firm is located at 6008th Avenue in Fort Worth, Texas. Parking is located in the back. We offer payment plans and accept all major credit cards.
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CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY: RESULTS
Our criminal law firm aims to provide our clients with the best possible Fort Worth criminal defense attorney or DWI defense. For criminal cases, we offer clients a personalized approach with a specific goal in mind. That goal might include a dismissal, No Bill, reduction in charge, or to achieve the best deal available. An experienced criminal attorney at our top-notch law firm will also help you minimize the collateral consequences of a criminal charge.
WHY CHOOSE A CRIMINAL ATTORNEY AT THE LAW OFFICE OF BRYAN P. HOELLER?
At the heart of every criminal and DWI case in Fort Worth, Tarrant County is the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Constitution protects us from illegal traffic stops and unlawful searches and seizures. Our criminal defense attorney is dedicated to protecting your constitutional rights, while also offering you a smart, tailored strategy that fits your unique case and fits your unique needs. Here are some of the questions that we ask when evaluating your case and making sure you are getting the best criminal attorney in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
REASONABLE SUSPICION TO STOP OR CONTACT YOU?
If the arresting officer does not have reasonable suspicion or probable cause to contact you, then it is an illegal stop. If this happens, all of the evidence can be suppressed and your case might be dismissed.
PROBABLE CAUSE TO SEARCH OR ARREST YOU?
If the arresting officer does not have probable cause to search you, your vehicle, or your person, then it is an illegal search and seizure. If this happens, all of the evidence can be suppressed and your case might be
PROOF BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT?
To be convicted of a criminal offense, the State must be able to prove your case Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, the highest burden of proof in any area of law. If they are unable to meet that burden, then the result of the case could be a not guilty.
LEGAL DEFENSE OR MITIGATION?
Even if the State can prove the elements of the offense, you might have a legal defense that justified your actions (ex. self-defense). There also might be mitigation evidence that allows for probation or a minimum sentence.