Don’t Let A Felony Conviction Derail Your Life
If you’re facing felony charges, you’re likely feeling scared and overwhelmed by the situation before you. Law enforcement and prosecutors can be relentless when seeking convictions for felony offenses, which often leaves defendants feeling backed in a corner, with no way out. At Travis Bryan Law Group, we take an aggressive stance when representing our clients because we fully understand what’s at stake if you are convicted of a felony offense. We understand what you are going through and feeling, and we want to help.
It’s hard to overstate how severely a felony conviction can affect your life. Here are just a few examples:
- Drug violations: Almost all offenses associated with the cultivation, manufacture and distribution of controlled substances are classified as a felony. The penalties for these offenses include 180 days to 99 years in prison (depending on the quantity of drugs in your case) and fines up to $100,000 (again, depending on the amount).
- Domestic violence: Many domestic violence charges are considered felonies under Texas law. The sentence for a domestic violence conviction can also go up to 99 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000, depending on the details of your case – but the range of sentences varies widely depending on the situation.
In addition to massive fines and prison time, a felony conviction can follow you even after you have completed your sentence. When a felony appears in a criminal background check, it can affect your ability to find work, obtain housing, and apply for loans and lines of credit.
For all of the reasons listed above, it is absolutely crucial to take your felony charge seriously and mount a strong defense with the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney. At Travis Bryan Law Group, we will use every legal tool available to help you obtain the best outcome in your case.
What To Do If You’ve Been Charged With A Felony
If you are facing a felony charge, here are some tips that can help you respond and protect your ability to defend yourself later in court:
- Hire an attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you secure skilled legal representation, the better chances you will have of obtaining a positive outcome in your case.
- Stay silent. Don’t talk to law enforcement or the prosecuting attorney without your lawyer present. Police and prosecutors will not hesitate to use any statement you make against you.
- Do not authorize any search without a warrant. If the authorities want to search your house, your car or your belongings, don’t give them permission to do so without speaking to your lawyer first.
You deserve the chance to tell your side of the story and seek justice. With help from our lead attorney, Travis Bryan, that is possible. Every case we handle is a pre-trial flat-fee, and in the event we need to go to trail, we offer payment plans and case financing to ensure you have access to skilled counsel without breaking the bank.
Get Felony Defense Advice At A Free Initial Consultation
At our first consultation, we will get an understanding of your felony charge and then explain exactly how we can help. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 832-447-7619 or reach us via email. From our office in Pasadena, Texas, we serve clients throughout the Houston metro area and the Coastal Plains.