Category: Criminal Defense

Deferred Adjudication Probation in Texas

Deferred adjudication is a special form of judge-ordered community supervision commonly known as probation. It permits a criminal defendant in Texas to accept responsibility for a crime without an actual conviction being placed on their record. A judge can grant deferred adjudication to a defendant and later discharge the defendant from this type of probation […]

criminal arrest

To some, being charged with a Class C misdemeanor may seem more like a nuisance than a real legal problem, but we beg to differ. A Class C misdemeanor, the lowest category of crime in Texas, won’t land you in jail, but it can cost you up to $500 in fines, plus court costs, and […]

criminal arrest

Anyone who faces criminal charges following an arrest or indictment needs an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent them as the criminal justice process moves forward. Individuals have the right to represent themselves in court, but this is a serious mistake. Few people facing criminal charges have the know-how and resources necessary to investigate the […]

Defending the Accused: The Role of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Criminal defense attorneys live by the standard that an accused person is innocent until proven guilty. At Minton, Bassett, Flores & Carsey, P.C., our criminal defense attorneys consider it a privilege to use our skills to defend the rights of each client we represent. Get the justice you deserve. Call us now at (512) 270-3612 […]