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Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you’ve been wrongfully accused of a crime or are facing unfair criminal charges, you need an experienced advocate on your side who will fight for your rights. Experience makes all the difference. An experienced Houston criminal defense lawyer who understands criminal law from all possible sides will be able to prove your side of the story and grant you the freedom you need to move forward with your life.

Will Mejia served 10 years as a prosecutor and reached the rank of District Court Chief Prosecutor at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. He’s tried more than 40 jury trials in Texas. He understands how to navigate complex criminal matters and can help you fight your charges. Don’t let a criminal conviction ruin your life. Fight back with help from The Mejia Law Firm.

Criminal Cases We Handle

Will Mejia’s prior years of experience as a prosecutor and expertise allows us to handle a wide variety of criminal cases at our Houston firm. Understanding the opposition gives us experience many criminal defense law offices simply don’t have. We have extensive knowledge on how cases are prosecuted and apply a strategic and detailed approach to fighting for you.

If you were charged with one of the following crimes in Texas, we may be able to help you:

  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Theft Crimes
  • Drug Crimes
  • Probation Violations
  • Terroristic Threats Cases
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Misdemeanor Charges
  • Expungement and Non-Disclosures

If you do not see your situation listed above, we encourage you to get in touch with us regardless. We may still be able to provide assistance.

How Can a Criminal Defense Attorney Help?

If you or a loved one has been recently arrested or are being investigated for a crime in Texas, you may feel as though your life has been turned upside down. The uncertainty of what to do may seem paralyzing. We’re here to reassure you that your case is far from over—even if you have been arrested.

Criminal charges don’t imply a sentence immediately. It takes time for the prosecution for build a case against you. Furthermore, you have a legal right to seek representation. Regardless of the crime you’re being accused of, you have a right to seek out a defense attorney. By doing so, you have the best chances of overcoming the charges or lessening the consequences of your sentence.

The sooner you reach out to a Houston criminal defense lawyer during your investigation, the better your chances are of fighting back. You don’t have time to wait. The Mejia Law Firm is prepared to answer any questions you may have and can help put your mind at ease. Get in touch with us today to learn how we may be able to help you and your family.

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