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Farmers Branch Criminal Defense Lawyer

Farmers Branch Criminal Defense Lawyers

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Criminal Defense Areas Of Practice For Farmers Branch

If you have been charged with a criminal offense by The City Of Farmers Branch Police Department it is imperative that you seek advice from an experienced criminal defense lawyer in your area.  The criminal defense lawyers at The Beltz Law Firm are experienced in helping with a variety of criminal offenses.  Some of the criminal offenses that the lawyers at The Beltz Law Firm have handled are listed below for your review.  This is not an exhaustive list, but will give you as a consumer an idea of the areas of criminal defense that we are experienced in defending.

Farmers Branch Criminal Defense Lawyer
Farmers Branch Criminal Defense Lawyer

First Degree Felony

• Imprisonment in the institutional division for life, or
• Imprisonment in the institutional division for not more than 99
years or less than five years with the exception of aggravated
sexual assault, which adds a 25-year minimum punishment if the
victim is younger than 6, or younger than 14 and the offense
contained threats of serious bodily injury or death, or use of a
deadly weapon
• In addition to imprisonment, may receive a fine not to exceed
$10,000

Second Degree Felony

• Imprisonment in the institutional division for not more than 20
years or less than two years
• In addition to imprisonment, may receive a fine not to exceed
$10,000

Criminal Defense Lawyers In Farmers Branch
Criminal Defense Lawyers In Farmers Branch

Third Degree Felony

• Imprisonment in the institutional division for not more than 10
years or less than two years
• In addition to imprisonment, may receive a fine not to exceed
$10,000

State Jail Felony

• Confinement in a state jail for not more than two years and not less
than 180 days
• In addition to confinement, may receive a fine not to exceed
$10,000

Class A Misdemeanor

• Confinement in jail for a term not to exceed one year
• Fine not to exceed $4,000
• Both such fine and confinement

Class B Misdemeanor

• Confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days
• Fine not to exceed $2,000
• Both such fine and confinement