Criminal Defense

All Fort Worth Criminal Charges Demand a Skilled Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney

Being arrested or charged with a crime in Tarrant County and surrounding areas can be a paralyzing experience. You may have all kinds of emotions racing through your brain – anger, embarrassment, confusion, sadness – but you do not know how to act on them or what is going to happen to you.

Will you lose your job? Will your spouse leave you? Are your kids going to be taken away? Can you still get into college? How are you going to pay for all of this? Do you have to go to prison? Depending on the specific crimes you are being accused of and the charges you face, any of those fears may be valid concerns.

There are three ways that people tend to react to facing criminal consequences. The first is that they shrug them off. They decide that their charges are “minor” and that it is not worth their time to bother fighting them. The second possible reaction is that people lose hope and feel like there is no point in contesting the charges. Either the system is rigged against them, or they believe that the case the prosecution has is too good.

Do not let yourself get mired in having one of those reactions. They are traps, and falling into either of them is exactly what law enforcement officials and prosecutors want to happen. It makes their job a whole lot easier if you just lie down and take whatever punishment they decide to give you.

Pick the third option: protect your rights by reaching out to an experienced Fort Worth defense lawyer like Jeff Hampton.

Charges do not seem serious enough? Being convicted of anything can make your life a lot harder by reducing your rights, hurting your reputation, and limiting your ability to do seemingly easy things, such as get a job, find a place to live, and more.

Convinced you will not be able to win anyway? Who says? One of the founding principles of our country is that someone is innocent until proven guilty. You do not even have to prove your innocence – just cast enough doubt so that your guilt is not certain. The burden of proof is on the prosecution.

This may not seem like a big thing, but when your life and your future are on the line, it matters a lot. Over the years, Mr. Hampton has taken on a number of supposedly “hopeless” cases and helped his clients clear their names – or at least greatly reduce their charges and penalties.

Charges That Tarrant County Defense Attorney Jeff Hampton Can Help You Fight

When you are trying to choose a criminal lawyer to represent you, one of the most important things to do is see if they are experienced in handling your specific charge. You would not head to a brain surgeon for a broken arm, and you cannot expect that an attorney will know how to help you with your charges just because they passed the bar.

However, be wary of selecting someone with too narrow a focus. Unlike some other defenders who concentrate solely on one criminal act, such as DUI, Jeff Hampton prides himself on having both a depth and breadth of knowledge when it comes to Texas criminal law.

Why is this important? Because all too often, one charge leads to another. You may initially be brought in on that DUI, but if officers find drugs on your person or stolen goods in your vehicle, you can bet you will soon be facing charges for those alleged offenses as well.

What exactly can the Hampton Law Firm help you with?

24/7 Bail Bonds

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Aggravated Assault

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Assault

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Assault by Contact

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Assault of a Public Servant

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Assault with Serious Bodily Injury

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Burglary

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Can an officer order a blood test

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Child Endangerment

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Criminal Mischief

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Record Expungement

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Record Sealing & Nondisclosures

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Criminal Trespass

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Deadly Conduct

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Disorderly Conduct

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Domestic Violence

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Driving with a Suspended License

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Drug Crimes

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Drug Possession

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Drug Trafficking & Distribution

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Evading Arrest

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Failure To Identify

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Failure to Mirandize

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Failure to Stop and Render Aid

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False Report to a Peace Officer

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Family Violence Lawyer

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Felonies

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Forgery

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Harassment

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Identity Theft

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Illegally Obtained Evidence in Texas – Illegal Stops – Searched Without a Warrant

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Indecent Exposure

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Injury to a Child

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Interference with Emergency Telephone Call

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Interference with Public Duties

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Juvenile Crimes

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Marijuana Possession

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Methamphetamine Possession

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Minor in Possession Lawyer (MIP)

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Misdemeanors

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Murder

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Obstruction of a Highway Charges Lawyer in Fort Worth, TX

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Occupational Driver’s License

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Possession of Cocaine

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Fort Worth Prescription Drug Charges Defense Lawyer

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Probation Violation

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Prostitution and Solicitation

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Protective Order Violation Lawyer – Defense in Fort Worth

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Fort Worth Public Intoxication Lawyer

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Fort Worth Public Lewdness Charges Lawyer

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Fort Worth Racing on a Highway Charge Lawyer

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Resisting Arrest

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Fort Worth Retaliation Charges Defense Attorney

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Fort Worth Robbery Lawyer

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Fort Worth Selling Alcohol to Minors Defense Lawyer

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Sexual Crimes

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Shoplifting/Retail Theft

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Stalking

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Tampering with a Government Record

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Theft by Check

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Theft Crimes

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Theft of Service

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Types of DWI Breath Tests

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Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle

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Valid Legal Defenses Used in Texas Criminal Court Trial

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Weapon Possession

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Weapons & Firearm Charges

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What are Examples of Field Sobriety Tests

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If you do not see your specific charge listed here, reach out to our office. This is just a partial list of some of the most common things we handle for clients.

 

What Criminal Lawyer Jeff Hampton Does to Help His Fort Worth Clients

 

 

Being there for questioning.

There is nothing that the police love more than someone who does not have a lawyer. Most people are not aware of this, but cops are given quite a lot of latitude in what they can say and do to get you to admit to a crime – and make no mistake, their only real goal is to get a confession.

After you hire Jeff Hampton, he will make sure that he is there to advise you on when to speak, when to stay silent, and how to answer. Moreover, he will be watching the officers as well to make sure that they dot every “i” and cross every “t”. If they fail to follow proper procedures or violate your rights, it can help your case a lot in court.

Diving into evidence gathering.

The right evidence can make or break your case. Because of this, you need someone on your side who is experienced at locating and collecting evidence.

On the one hand, this means choosing a lawyer who understands the necessity to act quickly and efficiently, because some types of evidence cannot be collected after a certain amount of time has passed. On the other hand, it means making sure your representative will aggressively pursue any evidence that could potentially help you, working hard to track down witnesses and connect with the right agencies and right people to get what you need to help your case.

Understanding the other side.

A big part of the reason why Jeff Hampton has had so much success as a Tarrant County defense attorney is due to the fact that he intimately understands how prosecutors and law enforcement officials think. Why? Because he used to be a prosecutor. He used to spend his

This is advantage for you because he is now able to use that knowledge to anticipate prosecutorial arguments and plan counterarguments that will poke holes in them and undermine their case. In the end, that is all you need to do to avoid conviction – create enough doubt in regards to your guilt.

Crafting winning strategies.

Knowing how prosecutors think helps this enormously, but that is only half the battle. Mr. Hampton also has an in-depth knowledge of Texas criminal law and valuable experience in both pre-trial litigation and in presenting cases before judges and juries. He has built strong defense strategies for clients facing all kinds of criminal offenses, and he knows how to look at the specific facts of your case and determine which strategy is more likely to provide you with the best possible outcome.

Let Tarrant County Defense Attorney Jeff Hampton Start Planning Your Criminal Defense Strategy Today

Time is not on your side in criminal cases. As soon as your file lands on the prosecutor’s desk, you can be sure they will to start building the state’s case against you. Moreover, as mentioned above, some evidence is very time-sensitive. If it is not gathered immediately, for all intents and purposes, it is simply gone and will not be able to help you.

The bottom line? Waiting to hire a lawyer can severely damage your chances at getting a positive outcome.

Do not fall into this trap. You can take the first step to building a winning strategy today by reaching out to the Hampton Law Firm for a free initial consultation. How do you do this? Easy. Take a few moments to complete our simple online review form, call our office at (817) 877-5200, or email Mr. Hampton directly at jeffhampton@thehamptonlawfirm.com.

Only you can take charge of your future.