Violent Crimes in Texas
Experienced Defense from Our Houston Criminal Lawyers
The Texas Department of Public Safety reports that a violent crime is committed
in this state once every 5 minutes. Aggravated
assault occurs every 7 minutes,
robbery every 18 minutes, rape every hour and
murder every 8 hours. These crimes are serious, and yield extremely harsh consequences
if you are convicted.
Are you wrongfully accused of a crime?
Many of the people who come to our firm for help with fighting violent
crime charges have been wrongfully accused. This is common in cases where
the suspect was not the aggressor but was actually acting in self-defense.
Perhaps you never even hit anyone, yet you are now being accused of some
type of violence. Maybe you were mistakenly identified as the perpetrator
of a crime you didn't commit.
Even if you did commit the crime, our experienced
criminal defense team at Guerra & Farah, PLLC is ready to help you by ensuring that
you receive fair treatment under law and are not subjected to harsh criminal
Fighting Violent Crime Charges in Houston, TX
We approach every case we represent with the idea that the case will go
all the way to a full jury trial. This means that we invest enormous amounts
of time and effort into investigating the situation, both by reviewing
the evidence which the prosecutor is using and by conducting our own independent
investigation of the situation to discover any evidence or testimony which
may be valuable in clearing your name. For example, it is sometimes possible to have
domestic violence charges dismissed by demonstrating that the alleged victim made false
accusations out of a desire to obtain the upper hand in a divorce. Even
when it is not possible to prove the innocence of our client or have the
charges dismissed, we may still be able to get the charges reduced, such
as from murder to
If you have been accused of committing a violent crime in Houston, do not
hesitate to call
our team at Guerra & Farah, PLLC or to fill out a
free case evaluation form to learn more about your rights and defense options.
Contact our office now to speak with an Houston criminal defense lawyer who can help you
understand your rights and to begin working on a strategy for your case!