Criminal Law

Lubbock Criminal Defense Attorney

Two essential parts of American jurisprudence are the ideas that: every person is innocent until proven guilty, and every person deserves full representation under the complexities of our legal system.  Olguin and Price Law Firm is committed to ensuring these two core principles are upheld for all who seek our counsel.

In handling many types of misdemeanor and felony criminal cases over nearly 15 years of practice, we have the experience necessary to handle your unique case.  And when facing criminal charges, whether, for misdemeanor or felony charges, it can be a grave matter.   While some sentences can be life-altering, even misdemeanor charges can be on your permanent record and have long-term effects on your ability to get a job or pursue a career path.  Becuase of this, you need an attorney with trial experience in criminal cases.

Not sure what options you or your loved one has in a criminal case?  Please don’t hesitate to use the contact form to the right and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Lubbock Criminal Law

Generally, a criminal charge can be executed at the state or federal level. However, some can be prosecuted as both state and federal crimes. Most crimes are state crimes and follow the laws established by the state constitution. These crimes are prosecuted by the state or district attorney and have penalties involving state detention facilities.    Some of the types of state misdemeanor and felony crime include:

  • Drug possession
  • Assault and domestic assault
  • Theft and Burglary
  • DWI
  • Murder / Homicide
  • Probation revocation

It should be noted that when a crime at the state level takes place across state lines, it will frequently come under federal jurisdiction.

When federal crimes go to trial, they are prosecuted by US attorneys and can carry punishments in federal detention centers.  Types of federal crimes include:

  • Money laundering
  • Hate crimes
  • Immigration crimes
  • Drug trafficking
  • Identity theft

If you have been charged with a crime in the state of Texas, you need passionate, effective and experienced legal representation.  And if you need legal help in any of our practice areas, you can reach us via the contact form on the right of this page, or to schedule a free consultation, call 806-741-1111 today.

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