When Charged With A Violent Crime, You Need Experience On Your Side

In Texas, the consequences of a violent crime can range from a lengthy incarceration sentence to the death penalty itself. Due to the severe nature of the punishments, it is crucial for you to have solid representation. Risking your case to the inexperience of an unseasoned attorney may land you in prison: or worse.

Get the fierce advocacy you need from the legal team at Brown and Brown Law Offices today. When it comes to protecting your rights, we are relentless.

When Is A Crime Considered Violent?

When a state or federal crime involves force, threats or the use of a weapon, it is instantly classified as a crime of violence. This means that even if the offender had no intent to cause harm, they will face severe penalties.

If charged with any of the following violent crimes at the federal or state level, contact an attorney at once:

  • Aggravated assault charges
  • Assault and battery
  • Homicide or murder charges
  • Manslaughter
  • Robbery
  • Domestic violence

Whether you were simply involved in a drunken bar fight or accused of something more serious, we can help. Work with one of our skilled attorneys to defend your position today.

work with attorneys who know when to settle and when to fight

With over half a century of experience in criminal law defense, our lawyers know what to expect in a fight. We do not settle for the easy route. Instead, we always aggressively seek the best possible outcome for you and your case.

Visit our San Antonio office to discover what our firm has to offer. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, call us at 210-354-2662 today or send us your inquiry online. As a bilingual firm, we serve both English and Spanish-speaking clients. Hablamos español!