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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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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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¿Acusado de Lavado de Dinero?


Un cargo por lavado de dinero requiere que el gobierno pruebe más allá de una duda razonable que el acusado adquirió ingresos de una actividad específica que era ilegal, y que el acusado usó esos ingresos para participar en una transacción financiera, ya sea de manera domestica o internacional. Un cargo por lavado de dinero basado en el transporte o el intento de transportar ingresos de los Estados Unidos a un país extranjero, de un país extranjero a los Estados Unidos, o dentro de los Estados Unidos, requiere que el gobierno pruebe más allá de una duda razonable...

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Get to Know Attorney Alexandria Cazares-Perez

Alexandria Cazares-Perez is a criminal defense attorney licensed to practice in the State of Texas and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, and Eastern District of Texas. She was raised in both the U.S. and Mexico, and is a native bilingual Spanish speaker. Alexandria graduated from St. Mary’s University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and then obtained her Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law. While pursuing her studies, Alexandria sought every possible real-life, practical experience related to criminal cases: she interned for the Hidalgo County District Attorney’s Office;...

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Federal Drug Trafficking

Federal Drug trafficking charges are very serious offenses.  The penalty for federal drug trafficking offenses will depend on the quantity of drugs and other factors such as relevant conduct or whether a firearm was involved. When a drug trafficking crime involves firearms, it is common for a person accused to also be charged with using or carrying a firearm during or in relation to, or possess a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.  Depending on the firearm involved, the mandatory minimum sentence will increase. For specific federal drug charges, visit our website: https://cazaresperez.com/federal/ If you have...

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Accused of Committing Sexual Assault?

Sexual assault is a very serious offense in the State of Texas. A person can be charged with sexual assault of an adult or a minor under the age of seventeen. Such allegation can become aggravated if the person accused: Causes serious bodily injury; orAttempts to cause the death of the victim or another person in the course of the same criminal episode; orBy acts or words places the victim in fear that any person will become the victim of an offense under §20A(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8); orCauses the death, serious bodily injury, or kidnapping of any person; ...

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Federal Firearms Charges

A possession or receipt of a firearm or ammunition charge requires that the government prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the accused possessed or was in receipt of the firearm or ammunition, that the accused was prohibited from possessing or receiving a firearm or ammunition, and that the firearm or ammunition traveled across a Stateline or came from a foreign country at any time. When a drug trafficking crime or federal crime of violence involves firearms, it is common for a person accused to also be charged with using or carrying a firearm during or in relation to, or possess a...

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Texas Drug Charges

State Drug charges in the State of Texas can be very serious.  The penalty for drug offenses range from a Class B Misdemeanor to a First-Degree Felony. Depending on the penalty, the punishment and the fine will vary. It is essential that a person charged with a drug offense hire an attorney as soon as the person knows that either they are under investigation, have a warrant out against them, or charges have been filed.  Waiting to hire a criminal defense attorney could affect the result of the person’s case. A conviction for drug offenses in the State of Texas...

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Facing Criminal Charges?

If you have been contacted by law enforcement or know that you have a warrant against you, it is essential that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately.  Do not interview or answer questions until your attorney has advised you to do so.  A conviction for State or federal charges may negatively affect your future and cause you lifetime consequences. Know your rights and make sure your rights are being protected.  Contact Alexandria Cazares-Perez for a free consultation - (214)635-3509. Hablamos Español. ...

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