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Skilled Legal Defense Can Make A Difference In Your Violent Crimes Case

If you have been charged with homicide, assault, domestic violence, a firearm offense or any other violent crime, the caliber of your legal representation may make all the difference. Without a skilled defense, you could face jail or prison and the long-term aftermath of a felony conviction.

Contact The Law Office of Larry McDougal in Richmond for a free consultation with an award-winning defense lawyer. Larry P. McDougal Sr. draws on an extensive law enforcement background and has represented the accused in Fort Bend County for more than 37 years.

Call 281-725-6025 Or 800-417-8130 For Reliable Criminal Defense Advice

After several years of recognition as the county’s outstanding criminal defense attorney in the Fort Bend Sun’s annual readers’ poll, Larry P. McDougal Sr. won the 2009 President’s Award from the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Our founding attorney’s statewide reputation for excellence in client service reflects his experience, attention to detail and ability to expand the options available to clients for a favorable resolution.

When Law Enforcement Officers Need A Lawyer …
Law enforcement associations throughout the state of Texas frequently hire Larry P. McDougal Sr. to represent officers who are under investigation for using excessive or deadly force throughout Texas.

Fort Bend County Violent Crime Defense Law Firm

Our father-and-son legal team advises clients facing any felony or misdemeanor charges for crimes of violence, such as:

  • Murder or manslaughter
  • Aggravated assault (great bodily harm)
  • Simple assault
  • Sexual assault
  • Concealed gun violations
  • Felon in possession of a firearm
  • Spousal assault or family violence
  • Violations of domestic violence protective orders
  • Juvenile offenses involving
  • Juvenile assault or weapons offenses

It is important to get dependable legal advice as soon as possible after your arrest or before you have been formally charged with a crime. Our attorneys can advise you about steps you can take to avoid making your situation worse, such as contacting the alleged victim or giving a statement to police. We also advise clients about the possible repercussions of a domestic violence conviction or the consequences of a weapons charge, which may range from the loss of gun rights to an impact on parental rights or future employment.

We can also work with the prosecution toward reduction or dismissal of the most severe charges before the authorities become committed to a particular view of the case.

A Former Police Officer And Prosecutor On Your Side

Larry P. McDougal Sr. formerly worked as a police officer, a sheriff’s deputy and a prosecuting attorney. Those insights have helped him become a highly effective defense lawyer because he knows how law enforcement investigates and how the prosecution builds its case. This enables him to challenge different facets of the investigation and arrest. Are the victim and witnesses credible? Do they have a motive to falsely implicate you? What evidence ties you to the gun or the crime? Did authorities have the proper basis for search warrants?

If you are accused of assault or a violent crime, we make sure that you have an opportunity to tell your side of the story. We will make every effort to dismiss or downgrade the charges, through pretrial motions or plea negotiations. We are always prepared to go to trial to avoid prison and other adverse effects of a felony record.

No matter how serious the charges, we are confident we can make a difference in the outcome. Call 281-725-6025 or 800-417-8130 for a free, confidential consultation. If you prefer, email us to speak with our Richmond violent crimes defense lawyers.