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Montgomery County Criminal Defense Attorneys

Conroe, Texas criminal law attorney

Experienced Attorneys Defending Texans Against Criminal Charges

For anyone who is facing criminal charges in Conroe, Texas, it is essential to have the assistance of a qualified and experienced criminal defense attorney. The laws that affect criminal cases in Texas can be complex, and defendants may be uncertain about the procedures that will be followed in court, the types of evidence that may play a role in a case, and the options for pursuing an acquittal or negotiating a plea bargain. At Pullan & Young, our lawyers can help defendants understand the best ways to protect their rights while ensuring that they can resolve their cases successfully. With our knowledge of the legal system and our previous experience working as prosecutors, we can provide defendants with effective representation and build strong defense strategies that are tailored specifically to each individual's unique situation.

Legal Help With a Wide Range of Criminal Cases

Our firm can provide representation for defendants who have been charged with a wide variety of crimes, including:

  • DWI - Drunk driving, which is referred to as Driving While Intoxicated in Texas, is a serious offense that can lead to large fines, the loss of one's driver's license, and even jail time. DWI charges may apply if a driver was allegedly under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, prescription drugs, or any other intoxicating substances. While most first or second DWI cases will result in misdemeanor charges, cases involving multiple previous convictions or other aggravating factors may lead to felony DWI charges.
  • Drug charges - Offenses involving controlled substances are often prosecuted harshly in Texas. The specific charges can vary depending on the substances involved in a case and the amounts of drugs a person was accused of possessing, distributing, or manufacturing. Possession of even small amounts of "hard drugs" will often be charged as a felony, and more serious felony charges will apply if a person is accused of possession with intent to distribute.
  • Theft - Property crimes will generally involve accusations that someone took money or property that belonged to someone else. The level of offense will depend on the value of what was allegedly stolen, and a person may face either misdemeanor or felony charges. Other property crimes that may be related to theft include burglary and robbery, and they will often result in felony charges.
  • Sex crimes - Offenses of a sexual nature are taken very seriously, and those who are accused of committing sexual assault will often face felony charges. Sexual offenses involving children, including indecency with a child, online solicitation of a minor, and possession or promotion of child pornography, are likely to result in severe penalties if a person is convicted.
  • Family violence - Accusations of domestic violence or domestic abuse can occur in a variety of situations, and they can lead to multiple types of penalties, including protective orders that may limit a person's ability to communicate with their family members or prevent them from returning to their home.
  • Weapons charges - While the state of Texas has permissive gun laws, there are many situations where residents may face criminal charges related to firearms or other weapons. These charges may include unlawful carrying of weapons, unlawful possession of a firearm, or possession of prohibited weapons.
  • Assault - A person may be charged with this offense if they are accused of intentionally inflicting injuries, threatening to harm someone, or making "insulting or provocative" contact with another person. While assault is usually charged as a misdemeanor, felony aggravated assault charges may apply in cases involving serious injuries or the possession of dangerous weapons.
  • Murder - Accusations that a person caused someone else's death through intentional actions or negligence may result in homicide charges. In some cases, a person accused of murder may be charged with a capital felony, and they may face the death penalty if they are convicted.

Our team can provide legal help throughout the entirety of a criminal case. We can assist with matters related to a grand jury, helping our clients determine whether they can take steps to avoid an indictment. In addition to providing representation during a trial, we can provide post-conviction support, including pursuing appeals, filing writs of habeas corpus, or assisting with matters related to parole. We can also provide representation to minors facing juvenile crime charges.

Contact Our Conroe Criminal Defense Lawyers

At Pullan & Young, we are committed to helping clients in the Conroe area defend against criminal charges. Our team is dedicated to providing aggressive representation and fighting to protect our clients' rights as we seek favorable outcomes to their cases. Whether you have been charged with DWI, theft, drug offenses, or any other type of crime, do not hesitate to contact us at 936-647-1540 for legal assistance. We offer free consultations, so you can discuss your case without any obligations and determine your best options for moving forward with your case.

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