Sometimes, law enforcement and prosecutors can be so determined to solve crimes that they end up arresting and charging innocent people. In other scenarios, individuals who have violated the law end up facing charges or sentences that far exceed the crimes they actually committed.
Regardless of what some might want to believe, the reality is that our criminal justice system is flawed. For this reason, our law firm, R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law, works to defend individuals who are facing criminal charges and to help them ensure that their rights are being properly protected.
We do everything in our power to help our clients reach the best results possible results in their cases, whether that is through a plea deal that results in reduced charges, a case dismissal that is reached by weaknesses identified in the case, or an acquittal that is reached by taking the client's case to trial.
Our skilled Cedar Park criminal defense attorney, R. Scott Magee, has almost 20 years of experience. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, as well as of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He has also been admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court. When you work with us, you get legal counsel based on experience, as our firm has handled thousands of criminal cases at both the state and federal level.
Coming to Your Defense, Regardless of the Charges
We live in a country where individuals are considered innocent until they are proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. At our firm, we work tirelessly to prove reasonable doubt in our clients' cases and to tell their side of the story. We deal with all types of criminal cases, such as those involving charges for theft crimes, drug crimes and driving while intoxicated (DWI) offenses. We also handle some of the most complex types of cases, such as those involving charges for sex crimes and serious violent crimes. Attorney R. Scott Magee can thoroughly examine your case and help you build a strong defense plan.
Crime Statistics for Cedar Park
Cedar Park, Texas has a total crime rate of 14.86, which means that there are 14.86 annual crimes for every 1,000 people who live in the city. This rate is made up of a violent crime rate of 1.37 and a property crime rate of 13.49. Cedar Park's rate of crime is well below average when compared to communities of similar size throughout the U.S. The chances of becoming a victim of a crime in this city are 1 in 67, compared to the national average of 1 in 30.
Need an attorney for a criminal case in Cedar Park?
In addition to serving Cedar Park, our law firm also assists individuals throughout Williamson County. We offer free consultations for those who want to discuss their cases with a Williamson County criminal defense attorney.
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