Your Criminal Defense Advocate
Being convicted of a crime in Texas can carry some serious consequences, even if you are charged with a misdemeanor offense. Many individuals have seen their job, education and housing options limited because they have charges listed on their criminal record. Without knowing, they let one past mistake affect their future.
For more than two decades, I, William A. Walsh, have fought to protect my clients’ rights throughout all stages of a criminal case. I established my Granbury firm, The Law Office of William A. Walsh, to minimize the impact current charges may have on your life. An experienced trial attorney, I represent Hood County residents in felonies and misdemeanor cases.
Designing Aggressive Legal Strategies To Combat Many Criminal Charges
Using my extensive criminal defense skill set, I can tailor an effective course of action to combat charges related to:
- Sex crimes such as rape or public indecency
- Violent crimes such as assault or domestic abuse
- Drug charges such as possession or trafficking
- Alcohol charges such as DWI or minor in possession (MIP)
As your advocate, I provide sound legal counsel throughout your case. I also make sure that you are fully informed of the consequences of your actions before you appear before a judge. When I negotiate a plea deal, I keep your best interests in mind.
Concerned About Your Charges? Talk To A Skilled Trial Lawyer Today.
Schedule a free consultation with me to review the details surrounding your case. Working together, we can develop a legal strategy according to your unique circumstances. For your convenience, you can reach my office online or over the phone at 682-500-1077. I will offer offsite consultations as well.
A Note On One Of My High-Profile Cases
Rebecca Anderson was arrested for allegedly having sex with an inmate while she was a jailer. The media coverage convicted her before she was ever indicted. The Hood County sheriff made comments that impugned her innocence, which is presumed under the U.S. Constitution. According to the sheriff, the “tip” came from an ex boyfriend. I am defending Ms. Anderson and have seen no evidence to date that she did or may have committed this crime. http://www.fox4news.com/news/ex-hood-county-jailer-arrested-for-inappropriate-relationship-with-inmate