Felony Cases

  1. Definition of Felony
    Definition of Felony
    Felony charges involve the more serious crimes. They include possible sentences in a State Jail (vs. a Local Jail) or a State Prison.
The following are examples of felony charges for which assistance is offered:    
  • Drug cases
  • Sexual Assault Charges
  • Burglary/Robbery/Theft
  • Assault-Family Violence-Enhanced
  • Unauthorized Use Motor Vehicle
  • Evading in a Motor Vehicle
  • Homicide/Aggravated Assault
  • Felony DWI
  • Firearm Charges
  • Arson
  • Organized Crime/Conspiracy
  • Felony Theft
  • Motions to Revoke Probation
    
Assistance is also available in the following areas:    

  • Appeals
  • Occupational Driver's License
  • Non-disclosures
  • Expunctions
  • Early Release
  • Modification of Probation
    
If you want to read about the law under which you have been charged, go to Texas Constitution and Statutes homepage.

For more information on the felony courts in McLennan County, go to McLennan County's Official Website.



Call 254-753-3100

Representation is available for all felony cases.