At Crocker Russell & Associates, our criminal defense attorneys primary goal is to help all their clients in a time of uncertainty. We fight for our clients to reduce or dismiss their charges and avoid jail time. Our attorneys will negotiate with prosecutors and advocate on your behalf to get you the best possible deal. We thoroughly investigate your case, aggressively defend, and act to ensure the best possible outcome; even if that means taking your case to trial.
If you have been arrested, you need a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The earlier of our of criminal defense attorneys is involved in the case, the better your rights are protected. Once we are retained, we will evaluate your options and advise you the next steps in your case. Remember, never speak with law enforcement without the presence of an attorney.
If you are found guilty, a judge or jury of your peers will impose a sentence. The judge or jury must follow the sentencing guidelines that the Texas Penal Code allows. That sentence may include jail time, probation, community services and/or a monetary fine.
If you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime, contact us to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Crocker Russell & Associates fights for people all over the Dallas-Fort Worth area who have been charged with criminal offenses.
No. You have the right to remain silent. If choosing to remain silent, you must verbally inform the officer you are invoking your right to remain silent. Once you have invoked your right to remain silent, do not engage in any further conversation with law enforcement.
You need an experience criminal attorney to advise you of your options. At Crocker Russell & Associates, our criminal attorneys can possibly lift your warrant or coordinate with law enforcement to get you in and out of processing quickly. We will be there every step of the way to ensure that your rights are protected.
Yes. Never plead guilty to a crime without having an experienced criminal attorney review the State’s evidence against you. Our attorneys will be able to determine if any evidence is inadmissible and cannot be used against you. We may also be able to negotiate a lesser criminal conviction with lesser mandatory sentencing on your behalf.