Serious Defense For Violent Crime Charges
Crimes of violence carry some of the harshest sentences. With the possibility of years in prison and a felony record, you need a sophisticated and aggressive defense to fight for your freedom and your future.
The legal team at Zendeh Del Law Firm provides formidable representation for the most serious charges. Our criminal defense attorneys have decades of collective experience, led by a former prosecutor who has handled violent crimes from the other side. We are committed to fiercely asserting your rights and skillfully challenging the allegations.
There is no time to lose. Call us immediately at 888-4-ZEN-LAW if you or a loved one is charged with a violent crime in Texas.
We Know How To Handle Crimes Of Violence
Violent crimes are those that involve weapons, force, bodily harm or threat of physical harm. With 40 years of combined experience, our trial lawyers have handled thousands of cases, including the most serious crimes of violence:
- Assault and aggravated assault
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Domestic assault
- Sexual assault
- Armed robbery and aggravated robbery
- First-degree burglary or home invasion
- Manslaughter (criminally negligent homicide)
- Murder charges (intentional homicide)
Punishments can range widely from a couple of days in jail to life in prison or even the death penalty for capital crimes. You need to know where you stand, and you need an attorney who has a plan for protecting your rights and fighting the charges.
Jason Zendeh Del formerly served as a criminal prosecutor for the state of Texas. Now he draws on that experience in prosecuting violent crimes to defend the accused. He will probe every facet of the government’s case for weaknesses or rights violations to put his client in a position for a more favorable outcome, whether that is a dismissal of unfounded charges, an exclusion of evidence, or a reduction of the charges to a lesser offense or nonfelony.
Use Your Right To Talk To A Lawyer
Although it is upsetting and unnerving to be arrested and interrogated, it is important to exercise your right to remain silent and to consult with an attorney. There is nothing to be gained – and much to lose – by talking to investigators.