In Texas and all other states, each person accused of a crime is presumed innocent under the law unless proved guilty in court. Depending upon the circumstances leading up to and surrounding your arrest, the criminal charges against you could carry potentially serious penalties and consequences if convicted. It is usually prudent for anyone accused of a weapons-related or other crime to seek help with a criminal defense in the matter from an experienced legal professional.
Like all citizens, you have constitutional rights that must be protected and upheld from the time of your arrest throughout the process of an impending trial and potential sentencing. Attorney at Law, Scott H. Palmer, P.C. is experienced in assisting clients who have been charged with weapons-related crimes in the state of Texas. Whether you have been accused of illegally possessing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit or using a firearm or weapon to commit a crime, retaining legal representation could be crucial in achieving a positive outcome in your case.
The legal team at the office of Scott H. Palmer, P.C. is prepared to aggressively defend your case so as to minimize the potential penalties and possible sentencing you might incur. Being arrested and charged with a weapons violation can have long-lasting, negative effects on one's personal and professional reputation. It would be advisable to anyone in a similar situation to contact a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible after an arrest has taken place. This would allow an experienced attorney to assess your individual case and help you determine what options might be available as you prepare to face the charges against you.
In addition to criminal charges involving weapons violations, the attorneys at the Texas law office of Scott H. Palmer, P.C. are prepared to assist you in developing a defense strategy regarding any type of criminal allegation. The first step would be to call to arrange a free consultation. Our dedicated legal team is available to you seven days a week, 24 hours a day.