Houston criminal lawyer Jack B. Carroll is always ready to help Houstonians and remains available to answer and questions from our clients and the public.
When a person is arrested and charged with a criminal offense they’ll likely be frightened by the possibility of jail time and losing their freedom. Houston criminal lawyer Jack B. Carroll has worked with thousands of defendants over the course of his career, many of which, were charged with serious felony offenses.
Regardless of why you were arrested, and whether the charged is a felony, misdemeanor, or federally prosecutable offense, you’ll have options. Options that you need to know about and that may affect your freedom. We’ve always recommended that our clients take advantage of our affordable payment plans and free case reviews. As a professional Houston criminal justice attorney, Jack B. Carroll will share his insight with you into the best manner to proceed with the handling of your case.
We’ve practiced criminal justice law in Houston, Texas, and at the federal level since 1990 and have the skills and know-how you’ll need on your side to avoid the worse the Texas penal system has to offer. If we can get your criminal case dismissed we’ll fight for it, and we’re willing to take a case to a full-blown criminal trial if the situation demands it.
We also practice a high level of ethics. Our legal team will be honest with you about your options and truthful with you about how we think you should handle your case. We’ve always been in good standing with the State Bar of Texas and provide stellar legal representation with a touch of excellence.
Our criminal defense practice areas include drug offenses, criminal record sealing, assault & domestic violence offenses, theft crimes, felony & misdemeanor cases, murder charges, and sex crimes.
Houston criminal defense attorney Jack B. Carroll has assisted thousands of Houstonians who have come into his office looking for professional legal counsel after being charged with a crime by the Houston Police Department or the Harris County Sheriff’s office. When a person is charged with a crime their whole life could flash before their eyes due to the fact that some criminal offenses can result in