If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, the biggest mistake you can make is not hiring a criminal attorney as soon as possible.
As soon as law enforcement makes contact with you, your rights have potentially been violated. Only a competent criminal lawyer can protect your rights. Do not hesitate. Make sure your rights are protected; call J. Brandt Thorson, PLLC at (903) 758-4878 today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
J. Brandt Thorson, PLLC was founded by attorney J. Brandt Thorson who has devoted his career to the practice of criminal law primarily in East Texas. Brandt is a former felony prosecutor in Gregg County and has extensive jury trial experience in criminal cases. Since leaving the Gregg County DA’s office in 2006, Brandt Thorson has successfully defended hundreds of clients throughout the state of Texas in a wide variety of cases. Though not an exclusive list, Brandt has represented clients in the following types of cases:
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Robbery
- Aggravated Sexual Assault
- Assault, Family Violence
- Criminal Mischief
- Deadly Conduct
- Driving with License Suspended
- Drug Possession
- DUI by Minor
- Driving while intoxicated (“DWI”), DWI Enhanced, DWI Subsequent offense or Felony DWI
- Felon in Possession of Firearm
- Intoxication Manslaughter
- Manufacture or Delivery of Controlled Substance
- Minor in Possession and/or Consumption of Alcohol
- Possession of Controlled Substance
- Possession of Marijuana
- Sexual Assault
Attorney Brandt Thorson also has extensive experience dealing with the ancillary consequences of criminal matters such as probation revocations from deferred adjudication and regular probation, obtaining occupational driver licenses, and addressing failure to appear charges that affect your driver’s license or ability to obtain a driver license.
Has your money or property been seized by law enforcement? Have you been served with papers regarding asset forfeiture? East Texas Criminal Lawyer Brandt Thorson also has extensive experience dealing with asset forfeiture of money and property as a result of alleged criminal activity. It is important that you contact an attorney immediately if you are served with papers in an asset forfeiture case. Your rights may only be protected if a lawyer addresses the lawsuit before the judge enters a judgment against you regarding your property.
Brandt can also help you clear your record through the expunction process or assist you in sealing records through a petition for non-disclosure. Protect your rights in your criminal case; call Brandt Thorson today at 903-758-4878.