Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Prosper

Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Prosper

If you have been charged with a crime in Prosper or in one of the surrounding communities, consult the criminal defense attorneys at Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian. You have many questions about your case and we can answer those questions for you and explain in simple terms exactly what you can expect in court. We will explain your legal options and help prepare you for court putting you in the best position possible when you face the judge.

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    DWI Charges

    DWI cases involve both a civil and criminal component, and our Prosper, Texas DWI attorneys are experienced at handling both.

    The civil portion of DWI charges involves the Department of Public Safety’s attempt to have your driver’s license suspended. Although it is possible to obtain an occupational license that allows individuals to drive for up to 12 hours per day, for individuals who commute long distances or travel extensively for their employment, the suspension of their driver’s license, even with the limited driving privileges, can literally cost them their job.

    The criminal portion involves criminal charges and can result in possible jail or prison time, depending on whether the charge is a first, second or third offense, and fines up to $10,000.

    If you have been arrested and charged with a DWI, it is important that you contact a Prosper DWI attorney immediately. Whether or not you were intoxicated is based not only the officer’s observations of your behavior and proper administration of field sobriety tests, but also on the science behind determining blood alcohol content from Breathalyzer and blood tests.

    Our attorneys not only understand the science behind these results, but are experienced in pinpointing the weaknesses in the science and explaining it to the jury. The result: the DWI attorneys at Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian have successfully won our clients’ acquittals and dismissals of all charges.

    Drug Crimes

    Drug offense is a broad term that covers any number of drug-related crimes, including:

    • Possession of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia
    • Delivery of a controlled substance
    • Possession or delivery in a drug free zone, such as a school
    • Drug trafficking or manufacturing
    • Forging or altering a prescription
    • Money laundering in connection with the drug trade

    Defense of drug crimes cases requires a thorough understanding of not only the substantive and procedural laws, but of the science behind drug testing, especially where drug manufacturing is concerned.

    Every drug crimes charge has very specific factual elements that the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt in order to win a conviction at trial. If the defense can raise reasonable doubt as to even one element of any crime, then the jury has no choice but to enter a verdict of not guilty.

    Our Prosper drug crimes attorneys have handled thousands of drug crimes cases and will meticulously examine all of the evidence to find the weaknesses in the prosecution’s ability to prove each element, and use those weaknesses to obtain a dismissal of all charges or an acquittal at trial.

    Call Our Prosper Attorney Today

    Any charge, whether a misdemeanor or felony should be taken seriously. We have handled thousands of cases and understand the specific elements the prosecution must prove in order to win a conviction. Our team of experienced attorneys will examine all of the evidence to find the holes in the prosecution’s case, and will review whether the police violated any of your constitutional rights. Your initial consultation is free, call us today at 972-200-9395 or fill out our online form.

    Written by: Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian Last Updated : January 3, 2024