If you are facing criminal charges, you must consider your next move extremely carefully. A misdemeanor conviction can have a serious impact on your family and your job prospects, while a felony offense can affect your ability to earn a living for the rest of your life. Both kinds of charges can involve high fines, jail time, and the revocation of your driver’s license—and some offenders may even face long prison sentences. With everything that is at stake, it is in your best interest to fight or minimize the charges against you as much as possible. But how can you know which course of action will allow you to move on as quickly as possible?
Too many people plead guilty to misdemeanor charges without fully understanding the consequences. They may be led to believe that pleading guilty will mean lesser punishments, or allow them to simply pay a fine and go home. The truth is that even if you are able to avoid jail time, accepting the charges will create limitations on your future and a criminal record that will hang over you and your family for the rest of your life. Whether you made a mistake or have been wrongly accused of a crime, we can help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Call (817) 952-6022 to tell us your story today or send us a message through our online contact form.We help our clients overcome a variety of criminal charges, including:
No matter what charges you are facing, you should always be aware of your options before entering your plea. Attorney Brett Cain can listen to your story, examine the facts of your case, and advise you on the next steps to take in your case. Our firm will always do what is in your best interest, and we will work to secure you a fair deal in any way we can. If we are unable to make a deal with the prosecution, we will not hesitate to defend you at trial.
At the Cain Law Firm, we will handle your case with vigilance and discretion. We will challenge the evidence against you, file motions to suppress evidence if it was illegally obtained, and fight to reduce sentencing so that you can move on with your life with minimal interruption. Simply fill out the form below on this page to let us know you would like to set up a free consultation and we will respond shortly.