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It's Important to Know What to Do After Being Arrested. Our Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Explains the Important Steps to Take.

Arrested for a Crime?

Choosing the right attorney can make all the difference.

Have you been arrested for a crime in the Fort Worth area? If so, you are probably very nervous about what the future might bring, and reasonably so! The state of Texas is notorious for being exceptionally harsh on criminals, and for most, if they had a choice of which state to be prosecuted in, Texas would be their very last one they would choose.

Let's face it, once you've been arrested for a crime, the state has already made up their mind about you, and this is not a favorable position to be in, not in Texas. At this very moment, your future and your freedom are hanging by a thread and you need the best Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer you can find. Who you choose to represent you during this critical time in your life is extremely important and this cannot be stressed enough. The last thing you want to do is choose a green and overburdened public defender who isn't emotionally invested in your case, and who sees you and your case as just another number in the revolving door of criminal cases.

At The Alband Law Firm, you and your case are treated with the respect, care and compassion that you deserve. The outcome of your case is extremely important to us, and so are your future and your freedom. We are not a weak or apathetic defense firm, instead we work tirelessly to defend our clients and to get their charges reduced if not dismissed at all costs. When Texas law enforcement and prosecutors are against you, you deserve an equally competent and formidable defense attorney working by your side to defend you and your rights!

Why a Former Prosecutor is Critical to Your Case

After law school, our founding attorney Navid Alband spent five years in the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office as a prosecutor. During which time he handled cases in County Courts, 4, 6, and 10, the 372nd District Court of Texas, Criminal District Court 1, the 323rd District Juvenile Court, and the Tarrant County Jury. Over his legal career, he has tried over 100 cases to a jury, which is more than a lot of new public defenders can say, especially when they are fresh out of law school.

As a former prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney, he has the knowledge, insight and experience to understand how the "other side" thinks and acts. He always brings his unique insight to the table when defending his clients and this experience of his, is absolutely priceless when it comes to negotiating with the prosecution on our client's behalf. At our firm, our promise to you is that we will always educate you and keep you informed about your charges and all of the implications that they have. We will give you honest and forthright advice about how to proceed forward and we won't keep you in the dark about any recent developments. We will closely evaluate every aspect of your case and meticulously search for any violations to your constitutional rights, as well as any other potential flaws or holes that may exonerate you.

Sometimes the smallest technicality can be the one thing that exonerates you; however, it takes the trained eye of a passionate and aggressive attorney to reveal such flaws, but you are entirely worth the effort. When your entire future, your reputation and your liberty are at stake, you have no other choice but to choose a skilled and competent defense attorney.

Contact The Alband Law Firm today to schedule a confidential consultation, the sooner we get on board, the better the chances of turning your case around in your favor.

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