Laredo Criminal Defense Attorneys

We Can Help You Fight Against Your Charges

If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime in Texas, our Laredo criminal defense lawyers are here to ensure the protection of your rights and freedom. Whether you are facing felony or misdemeanor charges, and regardless of whether your case is being prosecuted at the state or federal level, we have the knowledge and experience to help you fight to get your charges reduced or dropped altogether.

When you work with Gonzalez Druker Law Firm, you can receive the personalized legal attention that you deserve. From day one of handling your case, our legal team can make sure that you understand your rights and legal options. We can also assist you in making informed decisions about how to proceed through every stage of the legal process.

Representing Clients on Every Level

No matter how simple or complex your situation may seem to be, it is crucial to have an experienced law firm on your side to help you defend against the accusations that have been made against you. Depending on the nature and severity of the alleged crime, a conviction could mean hefty fines, substantial jail time, driver’s license suspension, and a range of other life-altering consequences.

Our legal team can offer the strategic counsel you need for all types of criminal charges.

Criminal Charges


The most severe types of criminal offenses are categorized as felonies, and as such, receive the harshest penalties. Murder, manslaughter, robbery, arson, stalking, check forgery, and child endangerment are all examples of felonies. In Texas, felonies are classified into five different types, including capital felony, first, second, and third-degree felony, and state jail felony. Depending on the type, a felony is punishable by 180 days to life in prison, or the death penalty, and a fine of up to $10,000.

Tough Accusations

Texas State cases

Most crimes fall under the jurisdiction of the state court. The only cases that the Texas State court is not allowed to hear are lawsuits against the United States and those involving particular federal laws, including bankruptcy, copyright, patent, and some maritime cases. The state court handles both felonies and misdemeanors and deals out punishments in accordance with the state legislature.

Federal crimes

The federal court takes on far fewer cases than state courts. Generally, the federal court will only hear cases involving violations of the U.S. Constitution or federal law, cases in which the United States is a party, cases between citizens of different states, and cases pertaining to bankruptcy, patent, copyright, and maritime law. Cases that are handled on the federal level require the most aggressive defense, as the federal government has a vast amount of resources at their disposal to prosecute alleged criminals.

Get an Experienced Legal Team on Your Side

If you have been charged with a crime, ensure that you have a strong legal advocate on your side who is willing to fight on your behalf. Turn to Gonzalez Druker Law Firm to receive trustworthy legal advice about the right path forward during these extremely difficult times.

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