Aggravated Offenses

HELP FROM AN EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL LAWYER

Have you or someone you know been charged with an aggravated offense, such as aggravated assault or aggravated battery in the greater Houston area? If so, the best course of action is to seek professional legal assistance and representation from a capable attorney. Contact a Houston criminal attorney at the Law Office of Jim Medley today for a consultation about your case. Jim Medley serves prospective clients in the greater Houston area, including all of Harris County..

The Law Office of Jim Medley criminal defense team has a former Texas peace officer with 10 years of experience as a patrol officer, police trainer and an investigator in various fields, as well as seven years of experience in teaching college courses in use of force law. The firm’s attorney have researched Texas law on self-defense issues in great detail. Thus, their legal expert has a unique perspective on cases involving the use of illegal force and can provide an aggressive defense for anyone accused of an aggravated offense.

WHAT CONSTITUTES AN AGGRAVATED OFFENSE?

Some of the factors that may make a crime aggravated are the use of a weapon during the crime, the age of the victim, or the seriousness of the injuries involved. Aggravated offenses include some factor that makes the offense more serious than others. Aggravated offenses include aggravated burglary, robbery, menacing, harassment, DWIsexual assault and many more. Because aggravated offenses are more serious, they may be charged as felonies, which carry severe penalties in terms of imprisonment, fines and probation.

It is always in your best interests to retain the services of a capable criminal lawyer when faced with any criminal charge. In the case of charges of aggravated offenses, it is even more important. Involving a Houston criminal lawyer at the Law Office of Jim Medley early in your case can make a significant difference in the outcome. Don’t risk your freedom and future. Contact the Law Office of Jim Medley today and consult with a Houston criminal lawyer without delay.