San Antonio Defense Lawyer
The right to a lawyer is fundamental to the American system of justice. But one of many reasons that our system often fails and wrongfully convicts the innocent, is that not everyone has the kind of attorney they need and deserve. When a person is charged with a crime, they deserve a San Antonio defense lawyer who believes in them, and who understands how to thoroughly investigate a case, prepare a detail-oriented defense strategy, and then deliver that argument with real passion and belief at trial. At The Law Office of E.R. Báez, defendants find the kind of attorney they need.
Our Criminal Defense Practice Areas
With experience both deep and wide-ranging, The Law Office of E.R. Báez serves and protects defendants charged with crimes that include both common, everyday offenses, as well as the most serious charges that can be brought in the state of Texas.
Contact our office today at (210) 361-1112 or reach out here online to arrange for a consultation.
Drug crimes cover everything from small-scale possession to large-scale distribution and trafficking. They can involve substances that range from an illegal prescription all the way up to heroine. What they all have in common is that they can permanently mar a person’s record, and as they become more serious, can result in jail time.
The good news is that there are several viable defense strategies that a committed and aggressive San Antonio defense lawyer can employ. In drug cases, those strategies often begin with investigating the manner in which evidence was gathered. Were a defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights violated? We’ll find out. And we’ll find out everything else we need to know to protect our client’s rights and freedom at trial.
When a person’s breath or blood test comes over the legal limit at .08% or higher, it’s easy for that person to feel despair—like there’s nothing left to do put plead guilty to DWI and throw oneself at the mercy of the court. But that’s not true. Prosecutors are unlikely to tell people there are more than a few ordinary, everyday reasons that can cause breath or blood tests to be wrong. Prosecutors will likely not cue the defendant in that police officers have to show they had a legally viable reason for the traffic stop and administering the test to begin with.
Prosecutors may not tell our clients that, but we certainly will. We’ll dig in and investigate all possible paths of acquittal for our client. Contact The Law Office of E.R. Báez by either calling (210) 361-1112 or through filling out our online contact form today.