Montgomery County is a popular area situated north of Houston. Residents in Montgomery County enjoy beautiful cities, excellent schools, and a peaceful environment. Although it is a great place to live, crime still occurs. If you have been arrested for any type of crime and need an aggressive defense, contact attorney Ned Barnett, a veteran Montgomery County criminal lawyer at (713) 222-6767.
Sex crimes including sexual assault, public lewdness, indecent exposure, prostitution, and solicitation are incredibly serious charges. If convicted of a sex crime, you may face years in prison and mandatory registration as a sex offender for the rest of your life.
With a highly skilled sex crime lawyer like Ned Barnett, you may be able to avoid or reduce the severity of devastating consequences such as:
- Loss of a job or professional license
- Inability to qualify for federal and state educational grants
- Denial to study at the college of your choosing
- Loss of child custody
- Confiscation of your property
- A damaged reputation
If you’re accused of taking another person’s property without permission, you may be charged with a theft crime. Some of the most frequently committed theft crimes involve shoplifting, robbery, burglary, identity theft, forgery, auto theft, and embezzlement. Whether you’ve been arrested for shoplifting or armed robbery, a conviction will severely impact your life even after your sentence is completed by leaving you with the embarrassment of a permanent criminal record.
If you have been charged with any type of theft crime, the Law Offices of Ned Barnett can help fight your charges and in some cases, get your case dismissed.
Since Texas is a border state with many transportation hubs and international ports, drug crimes are particularly prevalent. If you’ve been charged with marijuana or other drug possession, distribution, or trafficking, you will be faced with extensive penalties and consequences such as:
- A sentence in jail or prison
- Loss of your driver’s license
- A permanent criminal record
- Loss of your right to own firearms or vote
- Expensive fines and court fees
- Loss of your professional license
You will need a Montgomery County criminal lawyer to review the circumstances of your drug case and find reasons and inconsistencies that can help it be dismissed so that you can get your life back on track.
The Texas DWI laws prohibit drivers from operating a vehicle while you are intoxicated with a .08 blood alcohol level. It’s crucial to note that you cannot get a DWI conviction removed from your permanent record in the state of Texas unless your case becomes dismissed, charges are declined, disposition has been deferred, or you were found not guilty. Therefore, it’s vital to find a Montgomery County criminal lawyer that can evaluate the specifics of your case to help dismiss it or minimize consequences.
Contact a Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyer
Our criminal defense attorney Ned Barnett will create a comprehensive, individualized defense strategy for your case so that you can achieve the best possible outcome. Remember, early intervention is the key to defending any case, so contact the Law Offices of Ned Barnett at (713) 222-6767 immediately after your arrest. Ned Barnett has 30 years of legal experience that includes trying criminal cases as a state and federal prosecutor, which can be utilized to provide you with the strongest defense possible.