Criminal Defense Attorney in Tyler, Smith County and all East Texas
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Compassion for every case
Looking for a criminal defense attorney in Tyler Texas? You’re in the right place. I’m Ty Czapla, and I care about every case. If you are under investigation for a crime, or have already been charged, you could be feeling more desperate about your circumstances than any time in your life. Hiring the best criminal defense attorney may be the most important decision you face in the near future. You want an experienced lawyer by your side.
Even if you are guilty of a crime, you still have rights. I have been fighting for the rights of adults facing charges in Smith County and East Texas since 2011. I even represent those determined to be too poor to afford retained counsel. Our office takes appointments in Smith, Van Zandt, Cherokee and other East Texas counties. And, I am proud of my record of success and my reputation among county prosecutors and judges.
Criminal Defense Services
I have a successful record representing adults charged with many misdemeanors and more serious felonies. My criminal defense services include:
- Drug offenses
- DUI / DWI
- Traffic violations
- Drug possession or distribution
- Identity theft
- Credit card fraud and check forgery
- Sexual offenses
- Domestic violence
- Property offenses, breaking and entering
- Disturbing the peace
- Robbery and armed robbery
- State guns and weapons charges
- Expunge your record
Criminal – Theft by Check Class A&B
A Criminal Justice Lawyer with Integrity
It may be of some comfort to know that misdemeanor charges rarely go to trial. That is true of most felony charges, as well. Most charges are reduced or dismissed through skillful negotiations with the prosecutor.
I’m proud of my good reputation and integrity. It means I can be trusted when working out alternatives to the harsh penalties that can result from a conviction. When I come before the judge and assistant district attorneys (ADA), they are more likely to listen to my proposal.
Taking Your Case To Trial
After reviewing your criminal law case, we will determine if the ADA has enough evidence for a conviction. You can count on me to aggressively fight to keep a conviction off your record, including going to trial, if necessary.
In the criminal justice system, if you’ve been charged with a crime, especially if you didn’t commit a crime, the burden of proof is on the prosecution. They must prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt, with verifiable facts and circumstances.
Many criminal cases don’t end after initial sentencing. Individuals can find it difficult to follow probation and face motions to revoke. This can lead to severe punishments if not handled appropriately. Parole violations can also lead to severe consequences. Finally, many clients find the most lasting effect of a criminal charge or conviction is how it affects job opportunities. Convictions and even a deferred adjudication can show up on employer background checks. These public records can be expunged via an order of nondisclosure.
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