If you are facing a criminal or DWI charge, you should retain an experienced Grapevine criminal defense attorney or DWI Lawyer as soon as possible. Our lawyers are all former Tarrant County prosecutors with over 150 combined jury trials, from DWI to capital murder. Whether for serious or minor offenses, criminal charges can have a devastating effect on your future and financial welfare. Felony charges may even involve jail time and other penalties. Therefore, it is critical that you are fully informed of your legal rights, as well as have the help of an attorney who can develop a solid defense strategy for you.
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What Should You Do If You’re Arrested?
If confronted by the police, it is important that you:
- Remain silent (even if they ask you questions), and
- Request a criminal defense attorney or DWI lawyer immediately.
You must remember that while you are in the custody of the police, anything you say and do can be used against you. Off-hand comments or actions may be taken out of context, and the prosecutor could present them in court as evidence of your guilt. Be polite, calm, and hire a Grapevine criminal defense attorney as soon as you can.
Whether you are innocent or guilty, you have rights that should be protected. Don’t negotiate or appear before a judge without your Grapevine criminal defense attorney. Your lawyer can help you navigate the complex Texas criminal justice system, and ensure that your rights are safeguarded.
Building You a Strong Defense Case
At the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, we are relentless when it comes to giving you the best criminal defense possible. We will hold the government to its burden of proof. You can’t be convicted unless the government can prove that you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
Your Grapevine criminal defense attorney will analyze the evidence and legal issues involved in your case. Among the questions we investigate are:
- Did the officer have reasonable suspicion or probable cause to stop you?
- Did the stop, search, or investigation violate the law?
- Is suppression involved in your case that would cause certain evidence to be thrown out?
- Did the officer follow procedures during your arrest and investigation?
- Did the search warrants meet legal requirements?
Expert witnesses, forensic labs, and independent investigators can also be vital to your case. We customize our approach so that we can thoroughly prepare your case and advocate on your behalf.
We pride ourselves in tailoring our defense strategies to each individual client. Our lines of communication are always open, and we will do everything we can to ensure that you fully understand all of the legal options available to you. Our goal is to minimize the penalties of your criminal charges and achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Deferred Prosecution and Diversion Programs
For first time offenders, Tarrant County offers several different deferred prosecution and diversion programs. When you complete these programs, they can help you protect your criminal record. As a result, it may be easier to attend college, get a job, or obtain housing in the future. Speak to a Grapevine criminal defense attorney or DWI lawyer to see if you qualify for one of these programs.
We Handle Even the Toughest Criminal Defense Cases
We represent clients in a wide variety of misdemeanor and felony cases, including:
- Murder and violent crimes,
- Gun and weapons charges,
- White collar crimes (such as fraud, embezzlement, and money laundering),
- Drug possession and delivery,
- Theft, burglary, and robbery,
- Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI), and
- Domestic violence and violation of a protection order.
Everyone deserves compassionate legal representation from an attorney willing to devote time and attention to their case. At the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, we handle both state and federal cases.
Speak to an Experienced Grapevine Criminal Defense Attorney & DWI Lawyer Today
Attorney Bryan Hoeller has extensive experience as a former Tarrant County prosecutor, and uses that experience to minimize the impact of his client’s criminal charges. Call the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller today to speak with a Grapevine criminal defense attorney who will fight for you.