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Houston Felony Defense Attorney

Being charged with a felony is not something you can deal with on your own. A Houston felony defense attorney can make your like a whole lot easier because you will not only get legal counsel, but also help along the way. The attorney will build a case to use against the prosecution during the trial to avoid the felony charges from being a part of your permanent record.

The Law Offices of Joe Ray Rodriguez P.C.

Criminal Defense Attorney, Joe Ray Rodriguez graduated from Law School with a purpose and a mission; to defend and assist people facing criminal charges and ensuring that individuals’ rights and liberties are upheld under the Constitution. To that end, Mr. Rodriguez founded Rodriguez & Associates P.C. in 2002, a criminal defense law firm designed to ensure that each client’s unique needs are met.

It may be a little difficult for you to find a defense attorney because of your situation. If you’re locked up in a jail cell, you don’t have your phone and you don’t have access to the internet. This means you should sit tight and not answer any questions until an attorney is present.
You will want to ask a friend or family member to contact a Houston felony defense attorney to show up on the spot and assist you. They can make sure you don’t say anything to the police officers that could be problematic later on. For this to happen, services don’t even have to be retained. You can think of it as a trial run to see what you think of them.

After the bail hearing, you will be able to look at having someone post bail for you. This can be done on your own or an attorney can tell you about how the bail bond process works. Recommendations for various bail bond companies can be made as well.

You may want to ask about what an attorney can and cannot do for you. Some are more hands on than others. If you have never faced felony charges before, you may have no idea about what’s going on and what to do next. This means you will have to look for an attorney who is going to guide you through all of the steps with a hands on approach.
Ask questions. This is of the utmost importance. The only way to know anything about an attorney is to ask questions. This is to your benefit so you know they can handle your case. Felony charges can negatively impact the rest of your life and this may be avoided by finding the best possible representation.

Some questions you may want to ask include:
What kinds of cases have you represented in the past?
How many cases have you won?
What services do you offer?
What are the fees for representation?

There is no question that’s off limits and if it’s going to help you decide on who to hire to represent your case, then it’s worth asking. You don’t have to be shy because the attorneys have heard every possible question at least one time before.
Are you ready to find a Houston felony defense attorney? It starts by making a phone call to schedule a consultation. Have an attorney review your case, ask some questions, and then retain their services now and through to the trial date.

Case Results

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon: Dismissed

Arson: Dismissed

Assault: Dismissed

Bail Jumping: Dismissed

Burglary of a Habitation: Dismissed

Discharging a Weapon: Dismissed

Disorderly Conduct: Dismissed

DWI: Dismissed

Possession of a Controlled Substance: Dismissed

Robbery: Dismissed

Sexual Assault: Dismissed

Contact us for a Free Consultation

(713) 522-3232

1512 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004

Open Everyday from 9am-5pm