Bexar County Criminal Law Attorney
Law Offices Of Deborah S. Perry, PLLC
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Texas, you are probably feeling overwhelmed and unsure where to turn for help. As an experienced Bexar County criminal law attorney, I know what people go through if they have been arrested in connection with a criminal offense. It is important to understand, however, that regardless of the crime you have been accused of, you do have rights. As a criminal defense attorney, it is my job to protect those rights and ensure that you receive the most aggressive defense possible.
Part of that defense includes a thorough investigation into your case to determine if proper police procedures were followed and whether your rights were violated at any time. For example, if an improper search was conducted, we may be able to suppress any evidence found in that search. Whether you are facing a misdemeanor or serious felony such as sexual assault or drug charges, if convicted you could be facing serious long-term penalties, including jail time, major fines and mandatory registration as sex offender.
DUI/DWI Defense Attorney
The sooner you contact a lawyer — even if you think you may only be involved in a criminal investigation — the better your chances of mounting a successful defense. Once arrested on a criminal charge, it can be imperative that you contact a defense attorney as there are strict timetables your attorney has to work within. A DUI or DWI arrest requires an immediate response to protect your driver’s license from revocation. For a DUI charge, two processes must be followed; one is the criminal charge and the other is the administrative hearing. Failure to address either could have serious consequences affecting future driving privileges.
Contact The Law Offices Of Deborah S. Perry, PLLC
If you have been charged with a crime, don’t just assume there is nothing you can do. As an experienced criminal defense lawyer, I work one on one with my clients to develop a comprehensive strategy for defending against the charges and ensuring that your rights are protected. It is important to remember that you are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. That means you have a right to vigorously defend yourself against any accusations regardless of guilt or innocence.