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Defending Against Charges Involving A Firearm

In Texas, you do not need a license to carry a concealed firearm, but having a legal weapon on you can still have consequences. While you have the right to carry a firearm, you cannot wield it in an unlawful manner. If you commit a crime while holding a weapon, you will additionally face unauthorized carry of a weapon (UCW) charges. When you are facing UCW charges on top of your other criminal charges, you need to be sure your lawyer is prepared to take on the challenges of your case.

At The Law Offices of James Angelino, I stand up to protect my clients against their charges. As a former police officer, I know how the prosecution will build a case against you, and I use my history as an officer paired with my decades of experience in law to pursue the outcome my clients deserve in their defense cases.

What Is At Risk In Your Case

A conviction of a UCW can make any charges you are facing worse. While you are already facing penalties for other charges, a UCW can add thousands of dollars in fines and years more in prison. These consequences can have lasting consequences that threaten your rights, future and freedom, which is why I do everything possible to help my clients overcome these charges.

I take the time to review the smallest details in these cases to look for any opportunity of overcoming these charges. From police errors to insufficient evidence, I explore all options for defending my clients. When beating these charges is not possible, I can also continue defending you by negotiating for lesser charges and sentencing.

When you come to my Prosper office for help, you can rest easy knowing I am doing everything in my power to defend you. While I represent your best interests, I will keep you informed about your case, what I am doing for you, and how I expect things to resolve. You will never be left in the dark about your case while I am your criminal defense attorney.

Build Your Defense With An Experienced Attorney

If you are facing UCW charges, build your defense with someone who has extensive experience in these matters. Contact me by calling 214-310-9196 or email me here to schedule your initial consultation today.