Keller Criminal Defense Attorney
Defending Criminal Charges
There are many different stages in a criminal case, beginning with the
arraignment hearing that follows an arrest. If you have been charged with
a crime, a lawyer at The Alband Law Firm can explain the criminal court
process in detail, and what you can expect from the prosecution. Navid
Alband worked as a prosecutor for five years and is intimately familiar
with the state's internal procedures and how they try cases. He has
also been a criminal defense attorney for many years and is dedicated
to protecting the rights of individuals charged with
felonies and federal offenses.
If you are seeking representation in a criminal case, contact our firm
for help. We are highly focused and results-driven
criminal defense lawyers that provide our clients with relentless advocacy. Our firm can assist
you with any type of criminal defense, including
federal criminal defense and
juvenile criminal representation.
We are skilled in cases involving charges of
fraud, as well as
narcotics/drug crimes and
probation violations. We also represent individuals seeking
expunctions of their criminal record.
If you are the subject of
bench warrants or
warrants, it is strongly advised that you seek immediate representation by a qualified
defense lawyer. When a warrant has been issued for your arrest, you can
be apprehended at any time. Our firm can seek a dismissal of the warrant
and take other effective measures to avoid an arrest.
Help for Criminal Cases
A guilty verdict in a criminal case can ruin your life. Sentencing will
depend on many factors, including your past criminal history and the nature
of your offense. If your case involved a misdemeanor, a conviction could
result in probation, but can also lead to jail time, community service
and the loss of your driving privileges. Even if this is your first offense
and the court orders probation instead of jail, you will end up with a
criminal record that will limit your job options and can prevent you for
acquiring certain types of professional licenses and security clearances.
A felony conviction will typically result in incarceration in a state prison.
You can also receive the death sentence for committing particular types
of murders such as multiple murders, the murder of a police officer and
a murder that occurred during the commission of felony offenses such as
rape, robbery and kidnapping.
When fighting any type of criminal charges, you will want an experienced
and proven litigator that can execute a compelling defense. Our firm is
extremely persistent and is committed to achieving the best possible resolution
to your case.