Criminal Defense Lawyer in Fort Worth
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If you’ve been accused or are under investigation for a drug offense
in Tarrant County, you need the assistance of an experienced criminal
defense attorney. Whether you’ve been arrested for possession of
marijuana or are accused of delivery of a controlled substance, The Law
Office of Michael Garcia can provide the representation you need.
Attorney Michael Garcia has represented numerous individuals facing drug
charges and applies his thorough knowledge of the law relating to search
and seizure in the defense of drug-related offenses. A proper understanding
of the law is essential to a robust defense when it comes to crimes involving
possession of marijuana or controlled substances. There is more to your
case than simply whether or not you had a prohibited substance in your
possession. The law requires that officers follow strict protocols in
the investigation of drug-related offenses. Attorney Michael Garcia holds
officers to these standards!
Drug case evaluations at The Law Office of Michael Garcia include:
- Examining the reason for the traffic stop (if applicable)
- Assuring that officers had probable cause to search
- Assuring that protocols were followed in securing search warrants
- Reviewing drug laboratory results
- Examining the alleged prohibited substance
- Retesting / reweighing the alleged prohibited substance
Regardless of how big or small your case, drug charges should not be taken
lightly. Enlist the help of a criminal defense attorney to ensure that
your rights are protected. Drug convictions result in a permanent criminal
record and can create obstacles in many areas of your life such as damaging
your reputation and affecting your ability to obtain employment.
Call The Law Office of Michael Garcia today so he can begin building your
defense. Michael offers a free initial consultation and is available 24/7
by phone or email.
If you are facing an assault charge, you need to secure a Fort Worth criminal
defense attorney before you do anything else. Retaining the representation
of a criminal defense attorney soon after your arrest will allow the attorney
to start building your defense early on in the legal process. Because
assaults often involve conflicting versions of events, you need an attorney
that’s capable to thoroughly investigating the accusations against
you. Attorney Michael Garcia has handled numerous assault charges in Tarrant
County and will not rest until all aspects of your case have been investigated.
Like many things, an assault charge is won or lost in its preparation.
You cannot afford to wait until the State has built its case against you.
The penalties for an assault conviction can be severe. Even an assault
resulting in minor injuries can cost you thousands of dollars in fines
and up to a year in jail. Attorney Garcia understands that no two cases
are alike, so no two defenses can be either. He also understands that
there are two sides to every story. When you secure Michael's services,
he will utilize every resource available to investigate your case. After
a thorough investigation is conducted, Michael will design a personalized
defense based upon the specific facts of your case. During this stressful
time, you need a Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer you can rely on.
Navigating the justice system following an assault charge can be a long,
confusing, and frustrating experience. Make sure you have the assistance you need.
If you are under investigation or have been charged with a felony offense,
it's time to contact The Law Office of Michael Garcia. Felony charges
are reserved for the most serious crimes, and a conviction can carry significant
jail time, years of probation, heavy fines and more. It is important that
you take this arrest very seriously.
With nearly a decade of experience defending felony charges, Michael may
be able identify problems with the evidence against you, inconsistencies
in witness statements and procedural errors that may add strength to your
case. Attorney Michael Garcia will provide a defense built around the
specific details of your case.
A felony charge is serious. The State of Texas is building its case against
you. You need to face these allegations head on by retaining the services
of The Law Office of Michael Garcia.
If you have been accused of driving while intoxicated (DWI), you are highly
encouraged to seek the representation of an attorney who will offer you
the capable, experienced and aggressive defense that you need. The Law
Office of Michael Garcia is equipped to help you mount the best possible
defense. Attorney Michael Garcia has handled hundreds of DWIs in Tarrant
County and has successfully defended DWI charges in negotiations, suppression
hearings and jury trials.
Attorney Michael Garcia understands that an arrest for DWI can leave you
feeling frightened and uncertain. Often, Michael’s clients have
submitted to field sobriety tests and have given a sample of their breath
or blood for analysis. Many are not confident when it comes to their case.
At your free initial consultation, Michael will explain the law as it
pertains to your case, answer any questions you have about the court process
and outline a strategy to defend the charge. There’s more to your
DWI than the officer’s opinion that you were intoxicated and the
results of a breath or blood test taken hours after you were stopped.
The Law Office of Michael Garcia offers DWI services that include:
- Administrative License Revocation (ALR)
- Occupational License (if necessary)
- Thorough Case Evaluation
- In Person Client Case Review
- Pre-Trial Negotiations
*Attorney Michael Garcia understands that a DWI conviction can have a serious
impact on your life. He will work tirelessly to defend your rights and
will pursue every viable path to victory. You deserve nothing less!
DWI case evaluations at The Law Office of Michael Garcia include:
- Examining the reason for the traffic stop
- Assuring that the officer had reason to investigate for DWI
- Scrutinizing the administration of field sobriety tests
- Assuring that protocols were followed in securing warrants and the taking
of breath or blood specimens
- Reviewing video evidence, researching medical conditions that can be mistaken
- Conducting on-scene investigations, running background checks on officers and more