Fort Worth Violent Crime Attorneys
Free Consultations throughout Arlington & Tarrant County
Violent crimes are taken very seriously in Texas. Being charged with one puts you at risk of jail time, huge fines, and dealing with the challenges that accompany a criminal record. It is always in your best interest to work with an experienced Fort Worth violent crime attorney who can help you fight the charges and avoid a conviction. At Goza & Carreras, Attorneys at Law, we have a lawyer who is board certified in criminal defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, giving our team the in-depth knowledge and insight necessary to help you get the best possible outcome for your situation.
Violent Crimes We Handle
Any time a person uses violence to threaten or injure a person, they could be charged with a violent crime. While some are more serious than others, all charges deserve as much preparation as possible to avoid losing your freedoms and dealing with a criminal record. At Goza & Carreras, Attorneys at Law, we can help you better understand the charges and evidence filed against you and begin building a strong case to protect your rights.
Our firm handles violent crimes such as:
By the time you are arrested and prosecuted for a violent crime, your rights are immediately in jeopardy. In some cases, prosecutors have already begun building a case against you using evidence they previously obtained.
How We Can Help
No matter how severe your criminal charges may be, you still have rights. Prosecutors are not allowed to use evidence that was illegally obtained by police. They also cannot use certain tactics in court to smear your character. It is up to your advocate to protect your rights and help you tell your side of the story in the most compelling way. At Goza & Carreras, Attorneys at Law, our Fort Worth violent crimes attorneys have more than half a century of combined legal experience and a long list of successful case outcomes. We can help you pursue the best possible outcome for your situation.
Get started on your case now by calling (817) 402-2188.