Felony And Misdemeanor Offenses

All Criminal Charges Are Serious Accusations

When you are accused of committing a crime, your social and professional reputation is at stake. Justin Hall understands that this is an important time in your life when so much is on the line for you, including your job, your house, your investments, and any future opportunities.

At The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., every client's legal matter is treated with the attention as though they are facing a serious charge, even when facing a misdemeanor.

Contact Mr. Hall at 972-587-7506 for a free initial consultation. If you prefer you may complete the online form to contact him for aggressive, detailed-oriented criminal defense.

Penalties For Class "A" And "B" Misdemeanors In Texas Include Prison Time

Mr. Hall fights for your rights. With each case and client, Mr. Hall's core value remains that you are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Clients go to The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., with far too much to lose if they just plead out their criminal charge.

Class "A" and class "B" misdemeanors are punishable by imprisonment, a fine or a combination of both. Mr. Hall vigorously defends your rights if you or a loved one has been arrested and charged for:

  • Theft
  • Theft by check
  • Sexual assault
  • Indecent exposure
  • Possession of dangerous drugs
  • Unlawful possession of a firearm
  • Possession of marijuana
  • Possession of controlled substances
  • Fraudulent possession of identifying Information

The team at The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., navigates through the video evidence, which makes cases more difficult to defend. Mr. Hall strives to work out a better deal on the strength of a plea or the intent factors.

Have You Been Accused Of A Theft?

Theft and property crimes can range from simple shoplifting to armed robbery. Theft charges can be filed against any person who takes personal property belonging to another, without that person's permission and without the intent to pay for the property taken.

Depending upon the value of the property taken and whether a weapon was used, your theft charge may carry with it the possibility of severe penalties.

Theft convictions can have long-lasting repercussions. Besides carrying with them the possibility of jail time and a huge fine, theft convictions are also considered a crime of moral turpitude. This label will greatly affect your ability to get a job in the future.

Not every theft case is as clear cut as it may appear without considering all of the facts of the case. Many theft charges are the result of misunderstandings.

Some theft cases arise out of arguments over rightful ownership of property. The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., takes on the responsibility to investigate and to uncover all of the nuances of your case.

With a rigorous investigation and presentation of important evidence, Mr. Hall will provide aggressive criminal defense of theft crimes such as:

  • Burglary or a robbery charge
  • Breaking and entering
  • Car theft charges
  • Credit card fraud and check forgery
  • Embezzlement
  • Fencing and possession of stolen goods
  • Shoplifting crimes

He will fight to get the best result possible, including dismissal, reduced charges, or an acquittal. Contact The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., in Garland today at 972-587-7506 or by email.

Has The State Filed A Motion To Revoke Your Probation?

People are granted probation as an alternative to serving a jail sentence, but if you do not comply with the conditions of your probation you could be sent to jail. You will need an attorney to negotiate with the probation officer and with the district attorney to avoid having your probation revoked.

The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C., represents clients who have been granted probation by the court and have been accused of violating the requirements of that probation.

Jail time should always be a last resort. Call 972-587-7506.