32 Years of Legal Experience
Texas Felony Defense Lawyer
A conviction for a felony offense in Texas or federal court can mean facing a lifetime of problems. Even if you are able to avoid prison by agreeing to probation, your record may follow you around for decades. You have more than your freedom at stake. You may also face the loss of opportunities for jobs, education and government programs.
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If you have been charged with a felony offense, or think you are under investigation, get experienced criminal defense help immediately. The Law Offices of Lee Hernandez has a proud 32 year history of fighting aggressively to help people avoid the worst that a federal or state felony charge will mean to their future.
What Makes Us Different?
Many defense attorneys take cases and expect you to agree to a plea bargain. We never forget that a plea bargain is a conviction. We expect our cases to go to trial. That means investigating thoroughly and preparing the evidence to win in front of a jury. By preparing for court, we are able to work with the prosecutor from as strong a position as possible; this allows us to obtain the best offer for your consideration.
Contact our offices in San Antonio to discuss your federal or state felony charge. Your future and your freedom are on the line. Let us start fighting for you immediately.
We represent clients charged with federal and state felony offenses, including:
- Drug charges
- Fraud, embezzlement and other white collar crimes
- Robbery, theft and other property crimes
- ATF weapons charges
- Sex crimes
- Felony DUI
Federal Charges – We’ve Been Handling Federal Charges for 32 Years
If you are facing federal charges, you need to understand that your defense case will be different than in state court. In the first place, federal crimes can move through the system very quickly. Your attorney will have to act quickly during the pre-trial period and while filing motions to protect your rights. In addition, federal charges don’t happen unless a specific federal agency can prove it has sufficient evidence against you. Your attorney will be defending you against the full power and resources of agencies such as the ATF, Homeland Security, the FBI and DEA. Get the experienced legal defense you need.