Criminal Law Attorney

Craig A. Fletcher is ready to handle Marshall, Carthage, or Center, TX criminal law case.

If you are dealing with a criminal law charge Craig A. Fletcher wants to represent you. With years of legal experience, Craig can represent you in all areas of criminal law including misdemeanors and felonies. Below is a brief list of just a few of his areas of practice and additional information. Contact us today for assistance with your Marshall, Carthage, or Center, TX criminal law case.

Types of Criminal Cases

Craig handles a wide variety of cases including:
 

 

  • DUI Cases
  • Assault and Battery Cases
  • Domestic Violence Cases
  • Drug Related Cases
  • Burglary and Robbery Cases


 

 


More information about these kind of cases are explained in detail below.

 

 

 

 

DUI Cases

How many drinks does it take to reach the legal limit in Texas? This is a standard question that is typically asked by the driver who wants to know just how much he can drink before he reaches the legal limit, which is .08 BAC. This score is configured based on a few different variables, including elapsed time between drinks and other factors such as weight and sex. Click here to read more about DWI law, and if you are in need of representation be sure to call Craig.

Assault and Battery Cases

Depending on the state, assault and battery may or may not be treated as separate crimes. In the state of Texas they are the same. Depending on the circumstances of the case, a case of assault may be escalated to a case of aggravated assault. The difference between the two is that aggravated assault involves the use or exhibition of a weapon or one that could have caused serious bodily injury. If you are looking for someone to represent you in an assault and battery case, and a worthwhile attorney-client relationship is important to you, Contact Craig now!

Domestic Violence Cases

If you are dealing with a case of domestic violence and are in or near the Marshall, TX, area, contact Craig a today and he will not only represent you but help walk you through the mental and physical aspects of the crisis. In the case of a domestic situation, when force is used to cause or threaten bodily harm, it is called domestic violence. In order to convict one of domestic violence the prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the action was intentional and knowing.