Accused of A Crime in Houston?
Don’t Panic. You Have Options.
Led By Founding Attorney Tonya D. Jones
850 W Little York Rd #B, Houston, TX 77091
Legal Representation, An Imperative
Securing experienced legal representation is one of the most important steps an individual or family can take when dealing with complications associated with any entanglement with the criminal justice system. This is particularly the case in Houston, Harris County, TX.
With certain Harris County law enforcement precincts developing a reputation for mishandling evidence, nationally renown issues in HPD’s crime lab, and the untimely destruction of evidence in others; having an independent criminal defense lawyer on your side is the best first step to addressing criminal charges.
Challenging the State of Texas
The State of Texas will face difficulties in the face of a defendant who has an attorney that’s ready to fight the charge and investigate the case as opposed to the defendant plea-bargaining with prosecutors.
Depending on the charge, securing legal counsel could save your life.
You’re Innocent Until Proven Guilty
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
Understanding Criminal Charges
When a person is accused of a criminal offense they’re innocent until proven guilty. Too many times in our society persons arrested for a criminal offense aren’t afforded the legal guarantee of “the presumption of innocence”.
With competent legal representation on your side, you’ll have a strong chance of being humanized in the eyes of a jury rather than being painted as a public menace by the state, and in high-profile cases, the media.
Again, a criminal charge only means that you were “accused” of a crime. It doesn’t mean that you have character flaws or that you were involved in criminal activity of any kind.
A Full Service Criminal Law Firm
Message Jones Law, PLLC
Our Criminal Law Practice
Jones Law PLLC is has defended hundreds of Houstonians accused of both misdemeanor and felony offenses by the Harris County Dist. Atty’s offense. We’re also ready to assist parents and guardians of juvenile offenders.
Don’t discuss your case.
Don’t entertain prosecutors.
Contact Jones Law, PLLC.