What Are Your Options After A Criminal Arrest?

If you're being investigated or you have been formally charged with a criminal offense, you probably feel like your options are limited. Do not trust a law enforcement agent or officer. They will work to get you to talk — something that can jeopardize your future.

Take immediate steps to protect your rights. Trust criminal defense attorney David E. Cazares. He has your best interests at heart.

Your Texas Defense Attorney Is Here

At David E. Cazares, P.C. Attorney and Counselor at Law, we believe there is always a solution. When you contact our office in McAllen, we'll get right to work separating fact from fiction and outlining all possible criminal defense strategies. We will use due diligence to build a solid case against misdemeanor or felony charges of:

  • DWI (drunk driving)
  • Drug crimes such as illegal possession or sale of controlled substances or prescription drugs
  • Assault charges
  • Domestic violence
  • Murder or manslaughter
  • Theft crimes

No matter the severity of a crime, one thing is certain — you face very serious consequences if convicted. Call us at 956-616-5751 or send an email to schedule a consultation today.

Why Having A Local Defense Lawyer Matters

In criminal cases, the attorney you choose to represent you matters. David's knowledge of the law has earned him a reputation within the Texas criminal justice system as an ethical and experienced Hidalgo County defense lawyer. Prosecutors and judges know that when David enters the courtroom, he will fight for you from a position of authority and integrity.

Erasing A Permanent Mark

One of the most damaging results of a criminal conviction or arrest is the mark on your permanent record. This can limit your job opportunities, your ability to get housing or your immigration status in the United States.

In certain cases, the arrest and conviction can be expunged, or removed, from your record. This means the case will no longer appear on background checks, like it never happened.

If your case is not eligible for expunction, you could possibly obtain a Notice of Nondisclosure. While a Notice of Nondisclosure does not completely erase a past arrest or conviction from your record, it can prevent private companies or other private entities from being able to see it on a background check.

Contact Us

Whether you are seeking DWI defense, or have a prior conviction that needs attention, talk to us. Call 956-616-5751 today to schedule an appointment and learn more about your options.