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The Law Office of Edward A. Jendrzey
Texas Criminal Defense
Few things turn your life upside down like being accused of a criminal offense. It affects not only your personal life, but also your family, employment opportunities, and educational opportunities. A conviction for a criminal offense can result in a substantial loss of your freedom, or substantial and costly restrictions on your freedom.
Some crimes, upon conviction, result in the loss, or suspension, or your driving privileges even though the crime has no relation to driving (i.e., drug offenses). Other crimes, upon conviction, can impact your ability to possess a firearm (felonies, misdemeanor family violence convictions). An arrest is only the first step in what can be a long, time-consuming process in which you are certain to have many questions. If you have been accused of a crime, it is in your best interest to contact an experienced, criminal defense attorney immediately.
Your Legal Representation
My law practice is devoted almost exclusively to criminal defense. Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, I was a prosecutor for approximately 10 years. My past experience as a prosecutor provides invaluable knowledge on how to prepare a defense for persons accused of criminal offenses. Neither myself, nor any other attorney, can guarantee a specific result. However, I will devote as much attention to your case as it takes in an effort to achieve a favorable outcome. I will tell you what you need to know, even though it may not be what you want to hear. I will communicate with you at every stage of the process, and as often as necessary to make sure you understand your options and approve the course of action we take.
If you are looking for an attorney who works hard to provide effective representation, contact Edward A. Jendrzey, Attorney at Law for a free, initial consultation.