Criminal Defense is one of our firm’s primary areas of practice. We began defending the rights of individuals accused of criminal activity in 1967, and have continued to focus in this area until today. In the event you or someone you care about has been accused of wrongdoing, it is of the utmost importance to secure the very best legal assistance to protect your rights and your freedom. This firm has the experience to see that each client receives an aggressive defense to any and all accusations made against them. While no one can honestly guarantee a particular outcome to any case, make no mistake about it, the outcome will always be better with experienced and skilled legal counsel providing your defense.
Our criminal defense firm can work with you from the time of the accusation, until the matter in dispute has been resolved. We are prepared to assist in the acquisition of bail, reduction of bail, grand jury presentations, pretrial investigation and negotiation, as well as the actual trial of any misdemeanor or felony charge. Our firm is prepared to provide assistance in a wide variety of misdemeanor and/or felony cases including, but not limited to, the following:
- DWI’s, including enhanced cases or cases of Intoxication Assault or Manslaughter
- Drug Possession
- Family Violence/Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Probation Revocation (Misdemeanor and/or Felony)
Wheeler & Wheeler, P.C. is one of the longest practicing law firms in Rockwall County, Texas. We have an excellent rapport with the officials of this county and will work out a deal that is best for you. Call Wheeler & Wheeler today to schedule an appointment with Keith Wheeler, an experienced Rockwall criminal attorney who will get you the results you need, 972.771.8515.
Our fees are based on the level of complexity of the particular case, as well as the time commitment required to provide each individual’s case with the necessary amount of attention to achieve the best possible outcome. The particular fee for your case will be established by the attorney primarily responsible for the case following an initial office conference and review of the accusations and facts involved.