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Asalto Agravado con Arma Mortal

Una persona comete asalto agravado con arma mortal si la persona comete asalto y la persona causa lesiones corporales graves a otra persona, incluyendo el cónyuge de la persona; o usa o exhibe un arma mortal durante la comisión del delito. Asalto agravado con arma mortal es un delito grave de segundo grado. Este delito se convierte en un delito grave de primer grado si la persona: Usó un arma mortal durante la comisión del asalto y causó lesiones corporales graves a una persona con la que el actor tenía una relación de noviazgo o es miembro de...

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Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Accused of Committing Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon? A person commits the offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon if the person commits assault and the person either causes serious bodily injury to another, including the person's spouse; or uses or exhibits a deadly weapon during the commission of the assault. Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon is a second degree felony.  This offense is a first degree felony if the person either: Used a deadly weapon during the commission of the assault and caused serious bodily injury to a person with whom the actor was in a dating...

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Worried About Your Pending Criminal Charges?

Are you worried about your pending criminal charges during this Coronavirus pandemic? Let the Law Office of Alexandria Cazares-Perez help ease your mind during this time of crisis. We can fight your charges for you while you tend to more important things. Our firm has experience in the different phases of a criminal case and represent persons who are investigated or charged with State or federal crimes. Your free consultation over the phone or video chat can still be scheduled at your convenience. Contact us now: 214-635-3509. ...

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Theft Charges


A person may face theft charges if the person unlawfully takes property with intent to deprive the owner of such property. The penalty for theft charges will depend on the value of the property taken. The penalty for when a person is charged with a state theft offense is as follows: Charge Class C Misdemeanor Class B Misdemeanor Class A Misdemeanor State Jail Felony 3rd Degree Felony 2nd Degree Felony 1st Degree Felony Penalty < $100.00 $100.00 - $750.00 $750 - $2,500.00 $2,500 - $30,000.00 $30,000.00 - $150,000.00 $150,000.00 - $300,000.00 $300,000.00 + Attorney Alexandria Cazares-Perez is available for a free confidential consultation.  We are committed to helping each client, providing skilled and aggressive representation.  Do not...

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Enfrentando Cargos Penales Durante una Pandemia

Con el rápido desarrollo del coronavirus, el despacho penal de la abogada Alexandria Cazares-Perez continuará con su compromiso de ayudar a cada cliente, proporcionando una representación calificada y agresiva.   Entendemos que no importa que tan disruptiva se convierta la situación que nos rodea, el sistema judicial penal sigue adelante. Es por eso que nuestro despacho continuará representando a nuestros clientes actuales y brindaremos consultas gratuitas y confidenciales a clientes potenciales.   Si ha sido detenido por la policía o está bajo investigación penal, es necesario que se comunique con un abogado con experiencia en defensa penal de inmediato. Esperar podría afectar el resultado de su caso. Póngase en contacto con nosotros al (214)635-3509. ...

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Facing Criminal Charges During a Pandemic

With the rapidly developing novel coronavirus disease, the Law Office of Alexandria Cazares-Perez will continue our commitment to helping each client by providing skilled and aggressive representation.  We understand that no matter how disruptive a situation becomes to the world around us, the criminal justice system soldiers on. Our office will continue to serve current clients and give free and confidential consultations to potential new clients. If you have been arrested, or if you are under criminal investigation, it is essential that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Waiting to do so could affect the result of your case. Contact our office...

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Criminal Investigation? Arrested?

Are you under criminal investigation? Have you been Arrested? Need a Criminal Defense Attorney? FREE CONSULTATION If you have been contacted by law enforcement, know you are currently under criminal investigation, have been arrested, or have pending criminal charges, it is essential that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Do not interview or answer questions until your attorney has instructed to do so. Waiting to contact a criminal defense attorney may affect the result of your case and cause you lifetime consequences. Call the Law Office of Alexandria Cazares-Perez now to schedule your free...

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Offense Committed Within an Area Subject to a Declaration of Disaster or an Emergency Evacuation Order

Tex. Penal Code §12.50- If an offense of assault, robbery, burglary or theft is committed within an area subject to a declaration of disaster or an emergency evacuation order, the punishment is increased to the punishment prescribed for the next highest category of offense. If you have recently been charged with assault, robbery, burglary, or theft, contact our office at (214)635-3509. ...

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Money Laundering Charge

A money laundering charge requires that the government prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant acquired the proceeds from specific unlawful activity. The defendant must have also used those proceeds to engage in a financial transaction, either domestically or internationally. A money laundering charge based on the transportation or the attempt to transport the proceeds from the United States to a foreign country, from a foreign country to the United States, or across state lines, requires that the government prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant conducted or attempted to conduct a financial transaction using...

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