One of the most frightening experiences any person can go through in life is being accused of committing a crime, arrested by the police, and then booked into jail. Unfortunately, it seems that some people think that once a person has been arrested by the police, then he/she must be guilty. The Faus Law Firm strongly believes in "due process of law," the "presumption of innocence," and the "right to a jury trial" afforded to all of us by the U.S. and Texas Constitutions. Every day we firmly advocate these principles on behalf of our clients.
This may come as a shock to some people, but law enforcement criminal investigations are too often not done in the methodical and thorough manner depicted on TV crime shows such as CSI. Was evidence from the crime scene properly identified and secured by the police? Did the police interview all witnesses or just those from the accuser's point of view? Has any scientific testing been conducted on the evidence, and if so, was this testing properly done in accordance with accepted standards and procedures? Was the search and seizure of any evidence lawfully carried out by the police? Will this matter stay on your record forever?
If you or someone you deeply care about has been accused of committing a crime, no matter how serious, then you need a criminal defense attorney to protect your interests. The Faus Law Firm has got your back! We don't shy away from the tough cases. With over 25 years of legal and jury trial experience, we have successfully handled homicide cases, sexual assaults, drug cases, domestic violence cases, DWIs, automatic drivers' license revocation appeals, occupational drivers' licenses petitions, juvenile criminal defense, motions to revoke probation, and yes, even traffic tickets.
With over 25 years of legal and trial experience, you are in good hands with our law firm. When you face serious times like these, you shouldn’t have to go to court alone. Let our experience work for your defense.
- All Felonies and Misdemeanors
- Drug Cases
- Sexual Assault
- Child Abuse
- Child Sexual Assault/Abuse
- Internet Crimes
- Expunction of Records
A WORD OF CAUTION: never forget that whatever you say to the police can and will in fact be used as evidence against you in a court of law. Therefore, the Faus Law Firm strongly recommends that you invoke your constitutional right to remain silent and consult with an experienced and trusted attorney before making any statements to the police.