Defense Lawyer for Texas Citizens against Serious Arrest Charges

The Dallas Texas Law Office of Frank A. Perez has a plethora of experience when it comes to defending clients against charges that are as severe as you can get in terms of the potential penalties that defendants face. Simply put, if you have been charged with a serious crime in the Dallas or Fort Worth area, that’s either state or federal in nature, you cannot hesitate to contact our office to schedule an initial consultation. You need to move as quickly as possible to make sure that your rights are protected.

Below is a brief overview of the sorts of crimes we handle for our clients:

Federal Charges and Federal Arrest Cases in Dallas Texas

Federal charges are almost always quite severe in nature, and if you are convicted in Dallas, you would likely be subject to strict sentencing guidelines with very little possibility for an early release. Below are some examples of the types of federal cases we handle:

  • Drug crimes
  • Computer crime
  • Kidnapping
  • White collar crimes
  • Computer crime
  • Internet stings

As stated, you simply cannot afford to hesitate if you’ve been charged with a federal crime. Contact the firm today to schedule an initial consultation.

Texas State Charges

While Texas State charges are an entirely different matter when compared to federal crimes, the punishments for convictions can be quite severe, up to and including the death penalty in certain circumstances. Below are some of the state charges we handle:

  • Manslaughter
  • Negligent homicide
  • Vehicular homicide while intoxicated
  • DWI
  • Arson
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Theft

Your Next Step: Contact the Law Office of Frank A. Perez

As you see, the Law Office of Frank A. Perez handles very serious criminal matters. If you have been charged or could be charged with any of the crimes listed above, or any that do not appear on the list, you need to contact our offices immediately to schedule an initial consultation in order to make sure that your rights are protected.