Aggressive Defense Strategies For Aggressive Accusations

If you or a family member has been arrested and/or accused of committing a violent crime, you will need to be proactive to set up a solid defense. Violent crime convictions often result in serious penalties in Texas. If convicted, you could not only face a lengthy prison sentence, you will also be left with a criminal record that damages your ability to gain housing, employment and educational opportunities. It is important to protect your future and your freedom with the help of a skilled criminal defense lawyer. At The Law Offices of David C. Hardaway, I provide winning defense strategies against allegations of violent crime, whether we're dealing with a complete fabrication, a case of Self-Defense or Mutual Combat, or something entirely different.

Detailed Legal Defense For Violent Crime Allegations

I am licensed to practice in all Texas courts. I have represented people from all walks of life who have been accused of a variety of violent crimes, including (but not limited to):

I work closely with you to understand your unique situation. Through open and honest conversations, I will use an empathetic yet pragmatic approach to help determine your best options for a strong legal defense. My direct approach with clients helps me secure successful case results time and again, in and out of the courtroom. As a successful trial attorney, I am prepared to zealously advocate on your behalf to a jury of your peers should that become necessary. You trust me as your last line of defense; and the stakes are high. I will take every possible step to help you move forward from this difficult time in your life.

Contact My San Marcos Office Today To Schedule A Consultation

I will answer any questions you have and discuss how I can help you mitigate criminal charges. Your case will never get pushed aside. I am available at any time when your legal needs are urgent. Call my office today to arrange a personal appointment. You can reach my office by calling 512-212-1706, or fill out the confidential online contact form.