HOUSTON CRIMINAL DEFENSE
FORMER HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTY
TRUST AN ATTORNEY WHO UNDERSTANDS HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS
HOUSTON CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY WITH INSIDER KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
SKILLFULLY NAVIGATING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
TO DEFEND THE ACCUSED IN HARRIS COUNTY
When it comes to facing criminal charges, we know exactly what you are up against. The Lady Law founder, Houston criminal attorney Alisa A. Woodward, worked in law enforcement for eleven years. Conducted criminal investigations. Went undercover in the organized crime and narcotics unit and served as a Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy. Drawing on this insider knowledge of the methods used by law enforcement to build a case, we skillfully navigate the criminal justice system, vigorously defending those accused of crimes and protecting their rights. Lady Law has been serving residents of Houston and Harris County since 2010, with a reputation for excellence and a track record of success.
STAUNCHLY DEFENDING CRIMINAL CHARGES
Texas, like other states, classifies crimes based on the seriousness of the offense. Infractions are considered the least serious crimes; felonies are considered the most serious. Penalties for criminal offenses vary depending upon how the crime is classified, and may include mandatory jail time, fines, and other penalties. A criminal record can have long-term consequences for both you and your family; our criminal defense team staunchly defends all misdemeanors and felonies, building aggressive criminal defenses in each case.
Misdemeanors - In Texas, possessing up to two ounces of marijuana is considered a misdemeanor. So is carrying a gun without a permit. Penalties for misdemeanors in the Lone Star State may include jail time, fines, or both, depending upon the classification of the crime.
Felonies - Theft of a firearm, drug possession, causing serious harm to a family member, and murder are all felonies in the state of Texas. Felonies are classified according to the seriousness of the crime, and those convicted of a felony must serve time in state prison or state jail. The most serious capital felonies are punishable by death or life without parole.
FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE
When you need an advocate on your side, someone who will aggressively protect your rights, your freedom and your future, attorney Alisa A. Woodward is the Houston criminal lawyer you can count on for results. With eleven years’ experience working in the Harris County Sheriff’s Department, she knows what you’re up against. Attorney Woodward worked in the jail, served as a patrol officer in East Harris County, was an investigator in the Burglary Apprehension and Response Squad (B.A.R.S.), and worked as an undercover officer in the Harris County Organized Crime and Narcotics Task Force. This firsthand knowledge and years of experience in law enforcement makes her uniquely qualified to defend those facing criminal charges.
If you have been arrested and are facing criminal charges, contact an aggressive Houston criminal defense lawyer today.
We work tirelessly to protect your rights and liberties, fighting the charges brought against you. If you or a loved one has been charged with a misdemeanor or felony, don’t take a chance on the outcome. Contact The Lady Law today. Arrange for a confidential consultation with a member of our team; contact us today at 713-223-1600 or contact us online.
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"As a former Law Enforcement Officer, I am uniquely qualified to handle your criminal case."
- Alisa A. Woodward
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