Facing criminal charges in Conroe, Texas can be an intimidating and uncertain process. You may wonder what your best legal options are, how to best prepare for your court hearing, and what will happen to you in the future. In these situations, you need an expert Conroe criminal defense attorney on your side who can advocate for your best interests – and the Law Office of David A. Breston can help.
Our attorneys have represented clients facing criminal charges throughout Conroe and the Houston area for over 20 years. Our clients choose our firm due to our wealth of experience and dedication to our clients.
When law enforcement officers place you under arrest, this sets off a chain of events known as the Texas criminal justice system. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you will undergo a series of steps that will ultimately lead to a guilty or not guilty verdict.
In the state of Texas, you can receive either a felony or a misdemeanor charge if you commit a crime. Felonies are more serious crimes that usually involve high amounts of stolen property, violence against another person, and other aggravating factors.
Felonies are usually punishable with longer jail sentences and higher fines than misdemeanors, which are less severe. For a misdemeanor crime, you may spend a shorter amount of time in jail, pay a smaller fine, and may be subject to community service and other administrative penalties.
Are you in need of a criminal defense attorney in Conroe? Look no further than the Law Office of David A. Breston. Our attorneys will provide you with guidance from arraignment to verdict, protect your rights along the way.
Contact us today to schedule your free confidential consultation and to discuss your legal options.
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