From misdemeanors to felonies, we have the expertise and experience to fight for you. We have a reputation for being ready to fight when the prosecution is not being reasonable. Why negotiate over punishment when there is insufficient evidence to prove guilt? Why should anyone ever be pressured to "take a deal" when they're innocent?
We begin our investigation into your case from the perspective that the prosecution should have to show they can prove their case and, if they can't, they should dismiss it. If not, they know we are ready to put the case before a jury.
Whether a business or personal dispute, you want experienced trial lawyers on your side. As Aggressive Trial Attorneys, whatever the issue, we will work relentlessly to help you achieve the best possible outcome. We have experience in both state and federal courts, and we are not afraid to go to the mat fighting for our clients.
Texas is an at-will employment state, which means that, unless you are under contract, you can be fired from your job for any legal reason (or no reason at all). You cannot, however, be fired or denied promotion based on your race, color, religion, gender, national origin, or (with some exceptions) your age. Your employer also may not retaliate against you for filing a complaint about illegal business practices, discrimination, or sexual harassment.