Williamson County Criminal Defense Attorney
Lawyer Representing the Accused - Located in Round Rock
Attorney R. Scott Magee handles misdemeanor and felony cases on both the
state and federal levels. He is admitted to practice in Texas and in the
U.S. District Court for the Northern and Western Districts of Texas as
well as the U.S. Supreme Court. Attorney Magee's legal career began when he
graduated from law school in the top 15% of his class.
Why choose Attorney R. Scott Magee?
We represent individuals facing
state and federal charges in Texas.
We fight to obtain dismissals, reduced or dropped charges, and favorable
Attorney Magee is a reputable attorney who is respected by his peers,
colleges, and universities
free case evaluations to help clients learn more about their legal options
We serve clients in
Round Rock and throughout Williamson County.
Since earning his JD from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, he has
been involved in litigation throughout his legal career. He has served
as an adjunct lecturer on the topics of government and politics at several
universities and colleges throughout Texas and has served as a city manager. With
nearly 20 years of experience defending the rights of the criminally accused in Round Rock, Attorney
Magee has the knowledge, tools, and experience to defend you against the
harsh Texas criminal justice system.
Don't Fall Victim to the Harsh Texas Criminal Justice System
You've been arrested, now what? It doesn't matter if you're
innocent of the charges; once law enforcement officers and prosecutors
have made their mind up about you, they will invest their energy and resources
in securing a conviction against you. Think innocence will guarantee you
will walk away free? Think again.
Every day innocent men and women are wrongfully convicted on circumstantial
evidence, coerced or false confessions, and even by a misinformed jury.
When you face the possibility of incarceration, hefty fines, community
service, the loss of your right to bear arms, victim restitution, and
possibly the loss of your parental rights, you cannot afford to rely on
a green defense attorney or an overburdened public defender who simply
doesn't have the resources to adequately defend you and your freedom.
Our firm represents adults and juveniles who are facing charges involving:
I've been accused of domestic violence, could I lose my kids?
It is a possibility depending on the circumstances of the case. Since domestic
violence matters are often "he said, she said" cases, it's
critical to have a Round Rock criminal attorney working tenaciously to
fight your charges and protect your parental rights.
What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?
Misdemeanors are less serious than felonies and carry a maximum of one
year in jail and up to $4,000 in fines, whereas felonies involve from
180 days confinement in a state jail and a maximum $10,000 fine for a
state jail felony to life imprisonment and a maximum fine of $10,000 for
a first degree felony.
Contact a Williamson County criminal lawyer at our firm today!
If you or someone you love is facing criminal charges, what you do here
and now can not only make or break your case, but seal your fate. Regardless
if you are facing your first DWI charge, or if you've been arrested
for possessing a controlled substance, or murder charges, you need an
aggressive Round Rock criminal attorney fighting in your corner. Attorney
R. Scott Magee will evaluate your circumstances and search for every possible
angle that may turn a bad situation around for the better. We understand
that you have a lot to lose upon conviction and we will work tirelessly
to obtain positive results in your case.
Are you facing criminal charges in Round Rock or Williamson County? Don't wait!
Contact our criminal attorney to schedule your free case evaluation at (512) 600-1560 today.
We serve clients in Round Rock,
Georgetown, and all of