24/7 BAIL BONDS IN TARRANT COUNTY / FORT WORTH TEXAS
Get Bonded out 24/7 in Fort Worth or Tarrant County – Call 817-878-BOND
When hiring a lawyer for Fort Worth criminal defense, one of the most important considerations is his or her reputation among judges,prosecutors, and fellow attorneys. It can make a signifigant difference in your case. If you have been charged, accused, or are under investigation for a criminal offense in Tarrant County, it is of the utmost importance that you hire a competent criminal defense lawyer that will represent you in an effective and efficient manner. As a Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer, I will personally handle your case and ensure that you receive effective legal representation that places an emphasis on one-on-one personal contact. Click on one of the links below for more information regarding specific charges.
Save Money – NEVER PAY TWICE!
At The Hampton Law Firm, we provide a full-service Tarrant County bail bond office for all of our criminal defense clients. Traditionally,those charged with a crime spend a significant amount of money on hiring a bail bondsman to get them out of jail. Upon being released from jail, they will have to spend even more money to secure the services of a criminal attorney to defend them. At the Hampton Law Firm, you will never have to pay twice for the services of a bail bondsman and a criminal lawyer. We will apply your bail bond fee to your legal fee and secure your immediate release from jail. Additionally, by hiring The Hampton Law Firm you can rest assured that you will be zealously represented from the beginning to the end of this stressful time.
How Do Tarrant County Bail Bonds Work?
If your loved one or friend has been arrested, it can be an overwhelming and intimidating experience. Most citizens that have been arrested in Tarrant County are entitled to be released from jail while they fight their criminal charges in court.Under normal circumstances, a citizen that has been arrested is entitled to a bail bond. Typically, a magistrate judge will set a bail bond amount based upon the citizen’s prior criminal history, the perceived risk that the citizen will flee Tarrant County and several other factors.
Tarrant County Writ of Habeas Corpus
If your loved one or friend has been arrested in Fort Worth, Grapevine, Keller or in the surrounding cities of Tarrant County and there has been a delay in the setting of your bond, you will need the assistance of a Fort Worth criminal attorney in seeking a Writ of Habeas Corpus.A Writ of Habeas Corpus is a procedure in which a criminal lawyer can seek the assistance of a magistrate judge in securing the release of a citizen from jail. Contact The Hampton Law Firm’s 24 Hour Bail Bond Hotline now for a free consultation and a determination if your friend or loved one can obtain a Writ of Habeas Corpus.
HAVE YOU BEEN CHARGED WITH A FELONY IN FORT WORTH?
If you, a friend or a loved one have been arrested and charged with a crime in Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield or surrounding cities, it is very important to determine if you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. If you have been charged with a crime that has been classified as a felony, you need to contact the Hampton Law firm immediately. Crimes that have been classified as felonies carry with them serious consequences, including the strictest penalties and fines provided for under Texas law. Depending upon the charge and the circumstances of your case, a conviction for a felony crime can result in the imposition of a prison sentence ranging from 180 days in a Texas state jail facility to life in prison.
Fort Worth Aggravated Assault Lawyer
Have you, a friend or a loved one been accused of aggravated assault?
Under Texas law, you have committed an aggravated assault if you have committed an assault and, in the process, caused serious bodily injury to another person (including serious bodily injury caused in domestic violence cases where the abuse is directed at the spouse of the accused). A determining factor as to whether you are charged with aggravated assault will be whether a serious bodily injury occurred or whether a deadly weapon was displayed or used during the assault. If one of these aggravating factors is present in your case, you could be charged with the second degree felony crime of aggravated assault.
If you are convicted of the crime of aggravated assault, you could face 2 years to 20 years in prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000. If an aggravated assault took place in a domestic violence situation or against a public servant (ex. Police officer), you could be facing a first degree felony punishable by a prison term of 5 years to 99 years and a fine not to exceed $10,000.
Aggravated Assault is categorized as a violent crime that can result in devastating consequences if you are convicted. For example, if you are convicted of an aggravated assault charge, you may face the long-term consequence of limited employment opportunities due to a violent criminal conviction being on your record for the rest of your life.
If you have been arrested and charged with an aggravated assault in Texas, you need an aggressive and experienced criminal lawyer on your side. An aggravated assault conviction could carry with it the prospect of prison time, hefty fines and other serious long-term consequences.
Contact the Hampton Law Firm now to schedule a free consultation to determine your rights and legal options.