Attorney Tony G Mendoza defends people charged with misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses aggressively and with competence. Many times people are charged by Austin Police or Texas law enforcement with a crime they did not commit. The government has the obligation to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime was committed and that you committed the crime. Whether arrested for DWI, Assault or another criminal matter, you need a smart and tough lawyer to establish the facts and assert defenses. Contacting this office immediately after arrest is essential to preserving your rights and crucial to establishing an effective legal defense. This office provides timely and aggressive criminal defense representation in Austin, Travis, Williamson, Hays, Bastrop, Bexar and other counties throughout Central Texas. Call Tony G Mendoza for a free consultation and jail release. (512) 609-9606
Law Enforcement and Police Charges
Texas Penal Code
- Possession of Controlled Substance
- DWI Driving While Intoxicated
- Driving While License Suspended
- Probation Revocation
- Disorderly Conduct
- Resisting or Evading Arrest
- Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
- Public Intoxication
- Intoxication Assault
- Fraud or Forgery
Attorney Tony G Mendoza is experienced in all of these criminal matters.
Attorney Fees and Flexible Payment Option
The Mendoza Law Firm, L.L.C. usually charges a flat fee for criminal and DWI legal representation. Depending on the nature of the criminal charge or driving while intoxicated charge and the difficulty of your legal case, your fee will vary. There are flexible payment options available and monthly payment plans.
We all do things we regret. Unfortunately when your mistake resulted in a criminal charge like Driving While Intoxicated, there is typically a criminal record that is created and attached to your identity. The paper and digital trail left behind from a criminal episode can sink your hopes of a new job, prevent you from leasing an apartment, or could even negatively influence child custody issues.
What is an expunction?
Generally, when a judge signs an order of expunction for a particular criminal case, the release, maintenance, dissemination, or use of expunged records and files for any purpose is prohibited. Furthermore, the person arrested may deny the occurrence of the arrest and the existence of the expunction order. Whether you qualify for an expunction is a complex legal issue and it is crucial to hire a criminal defense attorney that is knowledgeable and experienced in this area.
Are you on Probation? Do you know about early termination?
Being on probation is costly. With ever rising fuel prices, transportation costs and monthly fees, the cost of being on probation is substantial. Being on probation is also inconvenient and time consuming.
The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure allows for the termination or reduction of your probation (community supervision) term under certain circumstances. At any time after you complete 1/3 of the original probation period or two years, whichever is shorter, you may apply for early termination of probation for many offenses. There are many other issues particular to your case that must be studied before a determination can be made as to whether you qualify for early termination of probation. Call for a free consultation.