Being charged with a criminal offense can put your reputation, professional licenses, future opportunities, and freedom in jeopardy. The police and prosecution have a plethora of resources to help them establish a case, why shouldn’t you have someone on your side? At Brender Law Firm, we have decades of experience in successfully winning criminal cases. It is crucial that when in the middle of a legal predicament that you understand your rights and have a knowledgeable professional fighting for you. Our attorneys are compassionate, competent, and dedicated to protecting you and your interests.

The Brender Law Difference

We are committed to serving those in need of help.

Proven History

Our attorney’s experience spans across a variety of criminal offense cases as well as previous experience as a prosecutor.

Bail Assistance

We can assist you through the process of posting any day, any time. Call Dallas County at (214) 226-5889 or Tarrant County at (817) 476-1083.

Compassionate Team

Brender Law Firm aims to make each client feel heard, supported, and confident that they are in caring hands.

Free Consultation

Are you or a family member in need of legal assistance? We provide a free consultation to evaluate your case and the next steps necessary.

When choosing the right criminal defense attorney, you want a firm that always has your best interests in their representation. Below are results on some of our recent cases.  Every case has a different set of facts and cannot guarantee a particular outcome.

When in legal trouble, it is important to understand what your attorney can do for you. Although each criminal case is unique, our attorneys have the specialized skills necessary to achieve the best possible results. In addition to representing you in court, our attorneys can help you cope with any feelings you may be experiencing during this stressful time. Your attorney can also negotiate with prosecutors on your behalf for reduced charges or lighter sentences. We can work with you and the court system to find sentencing programs that are best suited to your needs, promoting self improvement and will reduce the chance of recidivism. 

We recommend working with Brender Law Firm because we have extensive legal experience that includes a background in prosecution. This works in our clients best interest because we are able to anticipate the best strategy for your defense based on the specific prosecution involved in your case. Throughout the duration of our professional experience, we have developed a keen understanding of local court traditions that are unwritten yet extremely useful.

If there is one thing that you can do to protect yourself is to always have an attorney present before answering any questions! This is one of many legal rights that are put into place to benefit someone accused of breaking the law. This will also ensure that our attorneys can best preserve your rights and begin to support you from the very beginning.

Throughout the years of experience in defending criminal cases, we have been able to help our clients through criminal charges such as:

  • DWI
  • Drug Charges
  • Sealing Criminal Records
  • White Collar Offenses
  • Juvenile Offenses
  • Probation Violations
  • Theft or Burglary
  • Offenses Involving Violence

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I’ve been charged with DWI?
If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI), it would be in your best interest to have an experienced attorney on your side. Our attorney’s background as a prosecutor gives an advantage of knowing how a case might be built against you and how to best defend you.
My drivers license was revoked. What can I do?
It is important to hire an attorney immediately if you are charged with a DWI. Under Texas law, you only have fifteen days to file an appeal of your driver’s license suspension. We can help you through this appeal process and protect your right to drive. If your license is suspended, we can help you obtain an occupational driver’s license so you can continue to take care of your responsibilities.
Can I seal my court records?
This would depend on the specific circumstance. If possible, records of prior arrests and charges can be sealed. Although it is not an easy process, our attorneys have extensive knowledge of the law that could assist in ensuring that any false arrests are sealed.

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