Our San Antonio Violent Crime Attorney will make sure that you get the attention you need and deserve to preserve your rights and freedoms. At Soyars Law Firm, our experienced criminal defense attorney represents individuals who have been charged with violent crimes in San Antonio, Bexar County and the surrounding communities of South Texas. If you or someone you love has been charged with a violent crime in San Antonio, contact us to get the representation that your case deserves. Discuss your assault or violent crime charges with an attorney who can help minimize the impact on your life by working for reduced or dismissed charges. Do not speak with law enforcement officials about your situation until you have spoken with an attorney.
There are three basic ways of categorizing crimes of a serious nature: those causing harm against another person, those of a sexual nature and those against any kind of property. In order to be charged with a violent crime, the alleged offender has to be capable of committing the violent act and the intended victim must be fearful the individual is going to commit the act in the near future. Examples of violent crimes include but are not limited to the following: assault, battery, sexual assault, family violence battery, and vehicular homicide.
Any crime that uses violence as a means to an end or as the objective will be charged as a violent offense. These crimes hold the highest level of penalties, including life in prison without possibility of parole, steep fines, and a lifelong, permanent criminal record. If you were arrested and charged with a violent crime, consult a San Antonio criminal defense lawyer immediately to protect your future and defend your freedoms. Your San Antonio criminal defense attorney may be able to help you identify certain defenses to your violent crimes charge that can reduce your charges or result in a complete dismissal of your case. Therefore, it is important to consult with your attorney who can help you determine whether a defense is applicable to your situation. A well qualified San Antonio Criminal Defense Attorney will make sure that your case is properly studied, all the strategies evaluated, all the evidences intensively analyzed, justice is served, and that you are treated fairly.
No matter what specific violent crime you have been charged with, Ms. Soyars will be on your side to ensure that your rights, your freedom and your reputation are preserved. If you have been arrested for a Violent crime or any criminal offense, assert your right to remain silent and contact a San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer. For a review of your legal rights, call now to schedule a free consultation.
3g offenses are serious offenses that require you to have the best criminal offense attorney on your side. At the Soyar Law Office, we are fully prepared to utilize every option that you legally have available to your benefit. "3g Offense" is a term used to refer to criminal offenses that society considers to be especially harmful or egregious. It is listed in Section 42.12 (3)(g) of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, hence the name "3g."
Bexar County Statistics indicate that each year over 117,000 new criminal offenses are reported for Murder, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Theft and DWI’s resulting in approximately 20,000 criminal prosecutions per year in the Bexar County Courts. To handle this tremendous caseload, Bexar County maintains 13 criminal misdemeanor courts (“Bexar County Courts at Law”) and 10 criminal felony courts (“Bexar County District Courts”).