Misdemeanor & Felony Offense

felony

Justin Hall is an experienced Attorney / Lawyer that will defend your misdemeanor and felony offense. We serve Garland, Dallas, Rowlett, Rockwall and surrounding Texas cities.

Being accused of committing a crime is a heavy matter. Mr. Hall knows that this is a very important time in your life. All criminal charges are serious accusations, because your reputation is at stake. The Law Office of Justin K. Hall treats every misdemeanor offense as a serious charge.
Class “A” and Class “B” misdemeanors

In Texas, both class “A” and class “B” misdemeanors are punishable by a jail sentence, a fine or a combination of both. Most of our clients come to us with far too much to lose than to just roll over and plead out their criminal charge. Do not waste your time hiring a lawyer who will blindly lead you down the path to a conviction. Hire the Law Office of Justin K. Hall to fight for your rights. Remember, you are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Throughout the Dallas Metroplex, clients come to The Law Office of Justin K. Hall after they have been arrested and charged with a variety of misdemeanors and felony charges including the following:

  • Theft
  • Theft by Check
  • Sexual Assault
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Evading Arrest
  • Possession of Dangerous Drugs
  • Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Possession of Controlled Substances
  • Fraudulent Possession of identifying Information

Illegal Search and Seizure

At the Law Office of Justin K. Hall, we believe that illegal search and seizure is a threat not only to our clients, but to the liberty and privacy of all Americans. We will fight the State Government for you. We will challenge any piece of tainted evidence that the Government wants to use against you.

Please be Advised: The State may not be able to justify their obtaining the evidence they need to prosecute their charge against you. Just because a police officer felt that there was sufficient information to arrest you, does not mean that the State has enough evidence to convict you. The Constitution requires that you must receive guaranteed protections.