Assault Family Violence - Collin County
Recently I took in a Collin County Assault Family Violence case that had initially been handled by another attorney. I needed to do some things immediately to get the case on the right track. This was a case that could be considered for a dismissal if handled properly. The case also involved CPS, and their involvement needed to be terminated. Assault family violence cases in Collin County, to be handled well and to receive the appropriate outcome, need an attorney who has first hand knowledge of the current best practices in Collin County for navigating these cases. I work on assault family violence cases all day every day in Collin County. I am always up to date on the best way to handle an assault family violence case at the misdemeanor and felony level in Collin County. This can change from month to month and even from day to day. When you meet with me I will show you examples of recent packets I put together to defend my client and show you the outcome. I will show you these packets and outcomes from a case I wrapped up yesterday, last week, last month and then also going back to review cases I worked last year and the year before. This will help you understand where we need to go with your case and what we will need to do to build your packet. When we work on your case, you work with me directly and not other lawyers or staff. I have been working assault family violence cases for almost 20 years, 4 years as a prosecutor in Tarrant County and 16 years running my own criminal defense law firm in Plano. My business model is that I do not do court appointed work and I keep a small caseload, working one on one with each client until we achieve an acceptable result. I stay involved with my client as long as necessary to make sure that when I leave my client on their own, their criminal situation is completely resolved.