IF YOU'VE BEEN CHARGED WITH A CRIME, YOU NEED AN EXPERT ATTORNEY NOW! We can help! Do not wait, the police & prosecutor are already working on a case against you.
If you are being charged with any of the following crimes, contact VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM to retain representation by the firms’ aggressive litigators and trusted criminal defense lawyers.
The first step after any arrest should be to retain an attorney as soon as possible. Texas prosecutors work hard to ensure that accused individuals are convicted and receive the highest amount of penalties available, and without the representation of an attorney, you could find yourself facing substantial penalties and even jail time.
If you find yourself facing any of the following legal concerns, contact VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM to retain representation by the firms’ aggressive litigators and trusted criminal defense lawyers.
Driving While Intoxicated
A DWI conviction can result in the suspension of your driver license and cancellation of auto liability insurance. More importantly, even a first time DWI offender faces serious penalties including jail time, fines, and time-consuming classes and rehab. Protect your future and your rights by working with VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM. Our first goal in every DWI case is to see the charge dismissed or reduced. To reach that end, our firm investigates and evaluates each DWI case as if it’s going to jury trial. This approach ensures that every client, whether guilty of the charge or not, receive a just a fair result.
Drug offenses are very serious offenses that require the representation of an experienced and understanding criminal defense attorney. If you have been arrested and charged with the sale, manufacture, or possession of an illegal or controlled substance, you need VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM on your side. Our team utilizes Licensed Substance Abuse Counselors and local rehabilitation resources to identify and tackle addiction problems with the goal of eliminating or mitigating any additional punishment the State might be seeking.
Pretrial Diversion Program
Did you know that most first time offender’s charges with a non-violent offense qualify to have their case dismissed upon successful completion of a Pretrial Diversion Program? Denton County has such a program, and the attorneys at VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM know how to set clients up for admission and successful completion of PTD. After a dismissal, our attorneys take the extra-legal steps necessary to have all records related to our clients’ arrests destroyed by seeking an Expunction. For more information about Pretrial Diversion, click here.
Did you know that if you were never convicted of an offense you can petition to have records related to your arrest and prosecution sealed by an order of non-disclosure or destroyed altogether by an order of expunction? When a record is sealed or expunged, you may legally deny that your arrest ever occurred. Sealing and expunging records is a crucial step in the process of moving forward with life after an arrest because it protects your character and reputation as you seek an education, professional licensing, employment, housing, and personal relationships.
Sex crimes are aggressively-prosecuted offenses that often result in lengthy prison time and mandatory sex offender registration. If you are convicted of a sex offense, you may also be required to abide by sex offender probation terms which require regular polygraph examination and sexual therapy and counseling. Protect yourself and your good name by contacting with VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM immediately if you ever have a concern or fear about a sex charge in Denton County.
Theft, burglary, robbery, identity or credit/debit card abuse are all examples of theft-related crimes. In Texas, theft is considered a crime of “moral turpitude”. Theft is also enhanceable. This means that multiple charges, even for what would be a misdemeanor theft, can be enhanced to a felony if you have previously been convicted. VICTORIA BARR LAW FIRM handles theft-related charges with the utmost care to protect our clients’ present and future interests.