Criminal Defense Frequently Asked Questions
Useful Information About Your Criminal Process
Facing criminal charges can leave you with a great deal of unanswered questions.
In this situation, it is better to get answers from a skilled lawyer than
other less reputable sources. We have compiled a list of commonly asked
questions below to help clear up any confusion. If you do not see your
contact us and we can help you get the answers you need.
If a Law Enforcement Official Asks Me Questions, Do I Have to Answer?
Absolutely not. It is most important that you remain silent until you have
your Frisco criminal defense attorney with you. You do not have to talk
to law enforcement or answer their questions and anything you say can
be used against you.
Should I Hire an Attorney if I Suspect I Am Under Investigation?
The sooner you hire an attorney, the better. Even if you have not been
arrested or charged with a crime, it is highly advisable that you hire
a lawyer if you have reason to believe that you are under investigation
so that we can build a case in your defense.
What Are the Penalties for Theft Crimes?
The exact penalty for a crime depends on the specific nature of the crime
in question. For example, if you have shoplifted something of minor value,
the penalties you face if convicted are far less for grand theft auto
of a valuable vehicle.
What Happens if I Am Convicted of Domestic Violence?
If you are found guilty of family or domestic violence, the consequences
can vary. In most cases, there will be a restraining order and you will
lose your ability to see your children. You may also face jail time, depending
on the severity of the incident.
What Is DWI & What Are the Penalties?
DWI, also known as driving while intoxicated is a very serious offense
in Texas. Being charged with a DWI can lead to the suspension of your
license, points on your license, jail time, heavy fines, and a permanent
mark on your criminal record.
Feel free to call our office today at (469) 333-3333 to request a free,
with one of our Frisco criminal defense lawyers at the office of Biederman