Mandy Miller Legal: The Katy Criminal Defense Lawyer You Need
Violent crimes are serious offenses in Texas. Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony violent crime, you can expect significant consequences. If you have been involved in a minor bar fight or are faced with charges of homicide, you will need the experience of my firm on your side. At Mandy Miller Legal, PLLC, I can use my trial experience to help you fight for your rights.
As your Katy violent crime attorney, I can represent you with a wide range of misdemeanor and felony violent offenses, including:
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Texas is known for its tough prosecution of individuals charged with crimes of violence. It is important to know the laws pertaining to your case. Laws are constantly changing, which is why you will need the guidance of an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in this area of practice. For example, the penalty for the offense of initiating or communicating a false report of an emergency involving an institute of higher education has increased from a Class A misdemeanor to a state jail felony. I remain on top of the changing laws to ensure that you have a complete understanding of the charges you face and possible defenses.
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If you have been arrested and charged with a violent crime, you must seek out the experienced counsel of my firm to advocate on behalf of your best interests. I can look at all possible defense options to help you avoid a conviction and the life-altering penalties you may face. My firm can fight for you from the start of your case until the very end. If there is a reason to have your case dismissed or the charges against you reduced, I will find it and develop a defense accordingly.
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