Have you been charged with a crime? Don't know where to turn for help?
If you or a family member has been arrested for a crime, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. You are worried about your future and your family's future. A criminal conviction can result in a stiff sentence including jail or prison time and fines. Some criminal convictions can result in a permanent criminal record and affect your ability to rent an apartment, drive your car or even obtain certain jobs. If you are an immigrant, a criminal conviction may result in deportation or removal.
You Have a Constitutional Right to Have an Attorney Present When Questioned by Police
It is your right under the United States Constitution to have legal counsel present when you are questioned by the police. If you are facing criminal charges in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, or anywhere in Texas. Contact the Dallas criminal defense lawyers at Bailey & Galyen for immediate assistance. It is very important that you obtain the advice of qualified counsel as soon as possible — before you talk to the police or a federal law enforcement officer. Se habla español.
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At the law firm of Bailey & Galyen, we have the experience and knowledge needed to provide aggressive defense against a wide variety of crimes, including state and federal charges. As Board Certified Criminal Trial Law Specialists*, John Robinson and Martin Miller are highly regarded criminal lawyers who have successfully defended thousands of clients against a multitude of crimes.
Anything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law
According to the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, you cannot be compelled to incriminate yourself. However, many people who are charged with a crime make statements that are self-incriminating because they do not seek the advice of a lawyer. Don't make that mistake! Anything you say to the police during an investigation can and will be used against you in a court of law. Call us before you say anything during a police interview or interrogation — even if they tell you that you are not a suspect! Remember, you have the right to remain silent.
Criminal Law and Immigration Consequences - Avoid Deportation - Se habla español
If you are an immigrant, you need to know that the commission of a felony (or in some cases misdemeanor charges) can lead to your deportation or removal. Because Bailey & Galyen is full-service law firm, we have attorneys who practice in both immigration law and criminal law . Contact the firm for more information and assistance about the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction. Spanish speaking assistance is available.
Our Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Help
If you or someone you know has been charged, or expects to be charged with any of the following crimes, contact the Texas criminal law lawyers at Bailey & Galyen for help.
- Drunk Driving
- Traffic Violations
- Domestic Violence
- White Collar Offense
- Juvenile Matters
- Drug and Narcotics Charges
- Jail Release
- Criminal Non-Disclosure
- Occupational Drivers License
- Administrative License Revocation
- Driving While License Suspended/Invalid (DWLS or DWLI)
- Traffic Violations
- White Collar Crimes
- Drug Crimes
- Expunctions or Non-Disclosures
- Assault And Battery
- Domestic / Family Violence
- Property Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Internet Crimes , Computer & Sex Crimes
- Professional Misconduct Cases
- Fraud, Embezzlement, Money Laundering
Contact Our Lawyers Certified as Specialists in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Contact us today to speak with a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist who knows how to formulate a successful defense strategy.
For more information, please see:
- Criminal Law Frequently Asked Questions
- Criminal Law Practice Center
- Recent Case Results
- Texas Criminal Law Lawyers website
* Texas criminal defense attorneys John Robinson and Martin Miller are Board Certified as Specialists in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.