When you choose our law firm, you will work directly with Texas lawyer Q. Lynn Johnson. Your case will be evaluated and a customized case strategy will be designed to provide the best available outcome. That strategy may involve attacking weak or improperly obtained evidence to have it thrown out, ultimately leading to dismissal of the charges. Negotiation may be used to pursue reduced charges or a reduced sentence. Knowledge of diversion programs and alternative sentencing is critical in this part of the criminal defense process.
Criminal charges may need to be fought at trial. We always carefully prepare for this aggressive approach. Rest assured, we will defend your constitutional rights to the fullest extent allowed by law.
If you have been accused of a DWI, drug offense, domestic violence or any crime, you already know that you are in trouble. You already know that you could go to jail or be fined. What you might not know is that you have options and you have rights, regardless of how serious the criminal charges are.
Make certain you hire a Dallas criminal law attorney who knows what the options are, who can protect your constitutional rights, keep you out of jail and do your talking for you. You will find that attorney at the Law Offices of Q. Lynn Johnson, PLLC.
"I recommend Lynn Johnson to anyone who needs a determined, unconditional and understanding attorney. Lynn Johnson will go the extra mile to do everything that is possible to achieve a positive outcome to your case."
Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony, state or federal, early and aggressive intervention by an attorney can have a dramatic impact. If you have not yet been charged but are under investigation, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney now. We know how to work with law enforcement and prosecutors to obtain a positive outcome very early in the process.
Call 214-256-1888 for a free phone consultation or send us an email today.
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