DALLAS CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
WE ARE READY TO DEFEND YOU
The criminal defense attorney you choose to represent you is a critical, potentially life-changing decision. Whether you are facing a misdemeanor or a felony, you could be facing consequences ranging from the loss of driving privileges, steep fines and a permanent criminal record to probation, and lengthy jail or prison sentences. T. Christopher Lewis and the experienced team at The Law Office of T. Christopher Lewis can personally guide you through each step of the process, treating you with compassion and respect.
ASSAULT & BATTERY
From simple assault, to misdemeanor, to aggravated assault, to felony offense, prosecutors want
to convict you! You will need a criminal defense.
ARSON & PROPERTY
Willfully or maliciously damaging and destroying someone else’s property is a crime Texas handles very seriously. The consequences of a felony can have devastating effects on your life.
(Suspended License, Texas DWI, Felony DWI) Traffic offenses can range in severity, from a minor traffic infraction to a more serious felony DUI.
(Drug Possession, Intent to Distribute, Drug Manufacture) As an attorney for over 20 years, we have insider's perspective on how these cases are investigated and charged
When the children in our community get into trouble, they turn to T. Christopher Lewis. We've earned a reputation for representing juveniles and minors with skill, compassion and proven results.
Immigrants new to the country can often find themselves in a one-sided situation after being arrested. Many people in our society are distrusting of immigrants simply because they are not official residents or citizens of the U.S.
(Appeals, Bond Motions, Expungements) Helping clients through a variety of court proceedings, including bond hearings, arraignments, preliminary hearings and trials.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE
If you have been contacted by CPS or are being investigated, it’s important that you retain experienced legal representation. Your rights are very different than they are in the court systems.
FIREARM & WEAPONS
There’s a reason that the right to bear arms comes second only to freedom of speech, religion, and assembly in the Bill of Rights. It’s one of the fundamental rights we hold, but also can be one of the most controversial.