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Aggressively Protecting Your Rights After an Arrest

At Carl & Tavel, we know that being arrested and charged with a crime can be stressful, regardless of the circumstances. This is especially true when a criminal accusation comes as a result of a misunderstanding or is a false accusation. Our Montgomery County criminal defense attorneys are here to protect you from being taken advantage of and to guide you through the criminal justice system.

Reach out to our firm at (281) 377-1348 to set up a case consultation and seek the legal advocacy you need!

Unwavering Defense You Can Rely On

When you are facing the criminal justice system, your rights and freedom are in jeopardy. Our Montgomery County criminal defense lawyers can provide tenacious defense through each step of the process, from the investigation all the way to a trial if necessary. We understand that a criminal arrest and a record can be detrimental to your future. We work hard to minimize the effects on your life.

We defend a wide range of criminal matters, including:

  • Sex crime offenses
  • White collar crimes
  • Drug offenses
  • DUI
  • Traffic violations
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault and battery
  • Violent crimes
  • Internet crimes
  • Juvenile crimes
  • Theft crimes
  • Weapons offenses

Contact a Criminal Defense Firm That Gets Results

Depending on the nature of the allegations against you, you could be facing serious consequences, from time in jail or prison to community service and a hefty finer. At Carl & Tavel, we know that no two cases or clients are alike, which is why we take the time to address your case and investigate the details of your arrest. You can rely on us to protect your best interests, no matter how difficult your case becomes.

To schedule a case evaluation, please do not hesitate to call us now at (281) 377-1348.
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