With a combined experience of more than 35 years, team of criminal defense attorneys of MAS Law Firm is here to provide you dedicated, aggressive, honest, and cost effective legal services for your criminal matter. Call or Email to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION with our team. Let our experience be on your side to protect your rights!
At MAS Law Firm, our experienced attorneys proudly help clients in a wide-variety of criminal matters. We have helped hundreds of clients over the years who have been criminally accused. Our criminal defense team can help your with:
If I am Innocent do I still need an Attorney?
Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys
Yes, perhaps even more so than when you are guilty! Simply being innocent is insufficient to prevent a conviction. While the criminal justice system strives to protect the wrongly accused, it is very far from perfect and even further from automatic. Countless innocent people are arrested and convicted every year and Dallas County has exonerated dozens of innocent citizens after decades of wrongful imprisonment. These wrongful arrests and convictions can range from minor offenses, such as citations to more serious offenses like possession of controlled substances, DWI, and family violence all the way through severe felonies.
A criminal defense attorney investigating the charges can bring forth the exculpatory evidence to the attention of the prosecutors to have the charges dropped. Other times the attorney may recommend not sharing the evidence from prosecutors and surprising them with it at trial. Such decisions should be make with an attorney with experience and expertise in the prosecutors, jurisdiction and the charges brought forth.
To discuss your case with a FREE CONSULTATION with one of our experienced criminal defense lawyers, call us at 1.866.789.1664, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the form on top of this page.
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