Killeen Kidnapping Lawyer
Are you facing kidnapping accusation?
Are you fearful at the outlook of a life sentence?
Do you need a lawyer to serve as your aggressive and loyal defender in protecting your rights?
Killeen | Waco | Temple, Criminal Defense Lawyers Available to Protect Your Rights in Kidnapping Investigation
Facing an kidnapping investigation alone can be intimidating. People are often scared, and sometimes
even innocent people say incriminating things that require an explanation later in court.
At the Brown Law Firm in Belton, Texas, I have more than eighteen (18) years experience available to help you with issues related to kidnapping investigation. I make sure
that your rights are protected; I go to great lengths under the law to prevent the filing of charges against
I understand how law enforcement approaches and investigates kidnapping . I use my knowledge and
experience to help my clients through what can be a difficult time, and to mitigate any potential damage cause
by enforcement investigation.
Early Action by Kidnapping Attorney Can Help You!
Kidnapping allegations often place the accused in a difficult position. Because of the stigma
of kidnapping charges, good people who are arrested for kidnapping often find their personal and
professional lives ruined. Even if the situation fails to escalate beyond formal accusations, personal and
professional consequences may be felt for years to come.
At the Brown Law Office, serving Temple and Killeen, I do everything possible under the law to prevent charges
from ever being filed if you contact me early during the investigation. I work
with clients thoroughly and completely investigating the facts involved. I can also negotiate with government
agencies like prosecutors and law enforcement.
Being accused of a kidnapping does not make you a bad person. You still have rights and
dignity to uphold. I am ready to defend your rights immediately.
Kidnapping - Texas Penal Code § 20.03.
(a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly abducts another person.
(b) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that:
(1) the abduction was not coupled with intent to use or to threaten to use deadly force;
(2) the actor was a relative of the person abducted; and
(3) the actor's sole intent was to assume lawful control of the victim.
(c) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree.