Defending Clients Against Felony Charges For Over 40 Years
Facing a felony criminal charge can be terrifying. It is in your best interests to retain an attorney who is well-versed in criminal defense. At The Law Office of E.G. Morris, our lawyers have over four decades of experience defending Texas residents in felony cases. We use our intricate knowledge of state law to build a solid and persuasive defense, whether in pretrial negotiations or in court. We can defend you against felonies, including:
- Drug offenses
- Sex crimes
- DWI and DUI
- Domestic violence
- Computer crimes
- Assault and battery
- White collar offenses
- Environmental offenses
- Fuel taxation
- Insurance fraud
- Vehicular homicide
- Computer-related crimes
- Family violence
What Is The Difference Between A State And A Federal Crime?
A federal crime occurs when a suspect violates a law passed by the United States Congress. A state crime, however, involves violating a local or state law. There are many areas where state and federal laws overlap, and many crimes can be prosecuted in both state and federal court.
What Is The Difference Between A Misdemeanor And A Felony?
There are two classifications for crimes at the state and national level: misdemeanors and felonies. Felony offenses are more severe than misdemeanors, often involving violence or the presence of a firearm. Felonies carry higher potential penalties, including prison time.
Work With A Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist
The Texas Board of Legal Specialization has certified our founding attorney, E.G. Morris, as a criminal law specialist. This distinction goes to a small percentage of lawyers who demonstrate exceptional knowledge and skill regarding criminal defense. He has garnered numerous other accolades for his work as a defense attorney. His expertise gives him the insider knowledge that you need in your defense case.