Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a severe crime. In Texas, most first-offense DWIs are Class B misdemeanor offenses. First-offense misdemeanor DWIs in Texas expose a client to a potential sentence of up to 6 months in jail. However, suppose there …
A criminal charge of any kind, whether it is a state or a federal charge, has the ability to negatively affect your entire life. You might face long prison sentences, costly fines, and restitution, as well as long-term damage to your reputation and ability to obtain employment. To say “much is at stake” is an understatement. That is why avoiding a Texas state, or a federal criminal charge must be your goal when you learn that you may be under criminal investigation.
With such high stakes, you must protect yourself by obtaining a competent and experienced lawyer to defend you. You should obtain defense counsel at your earliest opportunity to do everything possible to try to stop you from being charged with any criminal offense. If you are under the stress, fear, strain, and unknown of being charged with a criminal offense, then you owe it to yourself to contact Fickman Criminal Defense to protect your rights and fight for your future.
With nearly four decades of experience, Robert J. Fickman understands the fear people have when facing potential criminal charges. He works hard to protect clients who are under investigation. He uses his experience and skills to do his best to protect his clients from ever being charged with a state or federal criminal offense. He works hard for all his clients no matter who they are, where they came from, or what criminal charges they may be facing.