Round Rock Murder Defense Lawyer
Fight Your Charges in Williamson County, Georgetown, or Round Rock
If police have charged with murder or are the target of a murder investigation, you are in the position of facing very serious penalties, including fines, a long prison term, or in capital murder cases, the death penalty. With so much at stake, you need an aggressive advocate on your side. R. Scott Magee is a criminal defense lawyer with nearly 2 decades of experience working within the state's criminal justice system and winning.
He understands what it takes to craft a compelling defense and present that case persuasively and confidently at trial. Our firm will work tirelessly to craft a defense case that could win in court, get a reduced charge or to achieve a dismissal of the charges against you. Don't risk the dangers of a conviction by working with an inexperienced attorney. Let our firm provide the seasoned legal representation that can make a difference for your case.
Murder Penalties in Texas
Under state law, murder is classified as a first degree felony. Individuals convicted of this offense can face a prison term lasting from five to 99 years as well as a $10,000 fine. If a court decides the crime happened in the "heat of passion," the charges can be reduced to a second degree felony. This offense can result in a prison term of two to 20 years and a $10,000 fine.
If an individual is convicted of capital murder, the equivalent of first degree murder, he or she can face the death penalty or life in prison without parole. Defendants as young as 17 can receive the death penalty, and our state does impose death frequently in these cases. Regardless of situation and the charges filed against you, Attorney Magee is ready to review the details of your case, gather evidence on your behalf, and to craft a strategy to protect your rights and freedoms - and your life.
Don't wait to get the defense counsel acting for you. Schedule a free consultation today. This initial evaluation is confidential and will give you the opportunity to understand your legal options, based upon the facts and evidence in your case. You'll also gain a clearer understanding of the steps we can take to help you defend your case.
Our firm is prepared to handle both state and federal charges, so contact a Round Rock criminal defense lawyer today.