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Liberty Hill Criminal Defense Attorney

Fight Your Charge with the Help of a Criminal Lawyer in Liberty Hill

At R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law, our Liberty Hill, TX, criminal defense attorney has the experience to fight your charge aggressively. Attorney R. Scott Magee has nearly two decades of experience and is Board Certified through the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Criminal Law. We have handled many state and federal criminal cases, including arson, DWI, assault, domestic violence, drug crimes, and theft. Whatever charge you are facing, you can count on our team to provide the legal representation you need.

Whether you have been wrongly accused or have made a mistake that you have learned from, our criminal lawyer in Liberty Hill can do what it takes to protect your rights and seek an optimal outcome on your behalf. We have a track record of results and have obtained victories for past clients, including dismissals, reduced or dropped charges, and favorable plea bargains. Although past successes do not guarantee future results, our achievements for the people we previously served speak to our tireless dedication to every case we handle. We are ready to put in the time and effort necessary to defend you.

Liberty Hill Criminal Defense Lawyer Fighting Misdemeanor and Felony Charges

Texas generally separates crimes into misdemeanors and felonies. Although misdemeanors are considered the lesser of the two, a charge and conviction for either can profoundly affect your life.

Misdemeanors and penalties carry the following criminal penalties:

  • Class C misdemeanor:
    • Up to $500 in fines
  • Class B misdemeanor:
    • Up to 180 days in jail and/or
    • Up to $2,000 in fines
  • Class A misdemeanor:
    • Up to 1 year in jail and/or
    • Up to $4,000 in fines
  • State jail felony:
    • 180 days to 2 years in state jail and/or
    • Up to $10,000 in fines
  • Third-degree felony:
    • 2 to 10 years in prison and/or
    • Up to $10,000 in fines
  • Second-degree felony:
    • 2 to 20 years in prison and/or
    • Up to $10,000 in fines
  • First-degree felony:
    • 5 to 99 years in prison and/or
    • Up to $10,000 in fines
  • Capital felony:
    • Life without parole, or
    • Death

In addition to the sentences listed above, anyone convicted of a crime can face a slew of collateral consequences – those arising from state and federal rules and regulations. For instance, it could be challenging to find a place to live, get a job, or qualify for government benefits.

If you are facing criminal charges, our Liberty Hill defense attorney is here to challenge the accusations against you. At R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law, we don't cast judgment or apply the same strategy to every case. We will listen to your side of the story, conduct an in-depth review of your case, research relevant case law, and analyze pertinent evidence. By getting a complete picture of what happened, we can develop a defense strategy tailored for your specific situation.

Our defense lawyer in Liberty Hill provides counsel for various offenses, including, but not limited to:

  • Arson: A person may be charged with this offense for intentionally or recklessly causing a fire or explosion.
  • Assault: Charges arise when a person causes or threatens to cause bodily injury to another.
  • Cyber crimes: This umbrella term covers a gamut of offenses committed through the Internet, such as possession of child pornography, identity theft, or online harassment.
  • Domestic violence: Accusations are made when a person allegedly harmed or threatened to harm a household or family member or someone they are in a dating relationship with.
  • Drug crimes: Controlled substances offenses include possessing, distributing, manufacturing, and trafficking drugs.
  • Expungement: Persons arrested for or convicted of a crime may seek to have their criminal record destroyed or sealed through expungement or non-disclosure.
  • Juvenile crimes: Offenses committed by minors 17 years of age or younger generally go through the juvenile court system, where processes differ from the adult justice system.
  • Murder: These charges arise when someone intentionally takes the life of another.
  • Theft crimes: A person commits theft when they intentionally and unlawfully take another’s property. Penalties are tied to the value of the item involved.
  • Probation violation: If a person is sentenced to probation but does not comply with the conditions the court set, their probationary period may be extended or they may be sent to jail.
  • Sex crimes: A range of offenses fall under this category, including public lewdness, indecency with a child, sexual assault, and indecent exposure.
  • Violent crimes: These offenses involve conduct resulting or that could result in bodily injury to another. Examples include assault, domestic violence, manslaughter, and robbery.
  • White-collar crimes: Generally, these offenses are committed in the business or government sector and do not involve violence against others. However, they cause harm in the form of financial losses or other damage. Examples of crimes include bribery, embezzlement, and fraud.

Learn about your legal options by speaking with our Liberty Hill criminal defense attorney. We'll help you understand avenues we can pursue and possible outcomes.

Liberty Hill DWI Lawyer

In Texas, a person can be charged with driving while intoxicated when they have an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more or their normal faculties are compromised because they consumed alcohol and/or drugs. The offense is either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the individual's criminal history and whether any aggravating circumstances were present. Penalties include jail or prison time, fines, and/or driver's license suspension.

Although a prosecutor may have evidence against the accused, that does not mean the case is hopeless.

A Liberty Hill DWI attorney may be able to fight the charge by challenging:

  • The arrest and stop,
  • Field sobriety test performance, or
  • Chemical test results.

At R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law, we handle all types of DWI cases, including:

  • First-time DWI,
  • Multiple DWIs,
  • Underage DWIs, and
  • Aggravated DWIs.

Reach out to us for more about how we can work to protect your freedom and driving privileges.

Contact a Criminal Lawyer in Liberty Hill Today

Fighting a criminal charge requires developing a carefully crafted defense, which can take a substantial amount of time. Therefore, you must call a defense attorney right away. At R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law, we will get to work on your case soon after you retain our services.

Schedule your free initial case evaluation by calling us at (512) 600-1560 or contacting us online.

What Makes Us Different?

  • Board Certified Attorney

    Attorney Scott Magee is Board Certified for his specialization in Criminal Defense.

  • Protect Your Freedom

    We will fight for you. We are committed to tirelessly pursuing evidence that proves your innocence.

  • In-Depth Investigations

    We do not take shortcuts. We perform an in-depth investigation of the arrest circumstances.

  • Free Case Evaluation

    We offer free case evaluations to help clients learn more about their legal options.

  • Respected in the Community

    Attorney Magee is a reputable attorney who is respected by his peers, colleagues, and universities.

  • Results That Matter

    We fight to obtain dismissals, reduced or dropped charges, and favorable plea bargains.

  • We Will Fight For You

    We represent individuals facing state and federal charges in Texas.

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