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Allen Criminal Defense Attorney
Defending the Accused in Collin County, Texas Since 1998
If you face criminal charges near Allen, Texas, then your reputation, finances, and future are all at stake. Even a first-time misdemeanor charge could cost you thousands of dollars, months of incarceration, and a future job hunt where you’re branded as a convicted criminal. You need a serious defense attorney. At the Law Offices of Kyle K. Shaw, PLLC, you can find powerhouse defense that never rests until your rights have been fully protected.
One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is knowing that I helped and protected someone through a very dark and stressful point in their life and guided them to an outcome that is often better than what they expected. - Attorney Kyle Shaw
Whether you face drug, DWI, or violent crime charges, our Allen criminal defense lawyer is prepared to battle any misdemeanor or felony charges that threaten your liberty. Attorney Shaw personally handles every single case from start to finish. You’ll have direct access to him at every stage of your case. In matters as urgent as criminal charges, you deserve to work one on one with a qualified defender, not an assistant or staff. Additionally, in DWI/DUI cases he works for a flat fee, and for every criminal charge, he offers a free consultation to discuss your case and evaluate what your options are. Take the first step to getting the hard-hitting defense you need: Contact Attorney Kyle Shaw today.
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Trial-Tested & Client-Recommended for 15+ Years
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Kyle K. Shaw – Founding Attorney
From DWI defense to violent crime cases, Attorney Kyle Shaw brings trial-tested defense that gets results. Kyle has secured case dismissals and not guilty verdicts in all types of misdemeanor and felony cases, winning for clients who faced marijuana possession charges as well as for those standing trial for felony assault. No case is too “minor” to warrant his powerhouse defense, and no charge is too difficult for him to overcome.
Known for his grit and skill, Kyle makes accessibility another trademark of his legal service. He gives out his personal cell phone number to clients, and he answers his phone on nights and weekends, ensuring that he is available to clients whenever they have legal questions or concerns. When your rights and freedoms are at stake in a criminal case, he will be there for you to provide the critical legal support you need and deserve.
Mr. Shaw is a amazing attorney. From the very beginning, Mr. Shaw's PHENOMENALLY graceful work ethic regarding my case and CARING about me as an individual simply cannot be over emphasized enough. He has gone way above and beyond any expectations I could have had. When unexpected hindrances revealed themselves in my legal proceedings, Mr. Shaw was undaunted. I state this with passion of the truest form when I say every step of the way in my journey has been a tremendous honor having this man by my side.
What rights do I have during a criminal arrest?
First off, you have the right to remain silent: Use this! You may feel the urge to explain your side to the police, but anything you say can easily be twisted and used against you. You also should be read your list of rights, which includes the right to remain silent as well as the right to an attorney. Before you speak with anyone else about your case, you have the right to speak with a lawyer. Asserting this right from the start is crucial to safeguarding your future.
Can I refuse a chemical DWI test in Texas?
If you have a Texas driver’s license, then you have given your “implied consent” to submit to any blood, breath, or urine test. This means that if an officer suspects you of driving while intoxicated and requests that you submit to a chemical test, you must do so. Otherwise you will automatically forfeit your driver’s licensed if you do not promptly and timely request a hearing on this issue.
What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony in Texas?
A misdemeanor conviction in Texas can mean up to one year in local or county jail, while in some cases there might also be a fine of up to $4,000. Felony crimes are much more serious can be punished by a year to life in state prison, while capital felonies are punishable by death. Criminal fines for a felony typically are no more than $10,000.
What if I'm innocent? Do I still need a defense lawyer?
Unfortunately, innocence is not its own automatic defense. A Texas court or jury must be convinced of your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and while the burden of proof is on the State of Texas, you will still need to build compelling evidence and arguments, as well as navigate the criminal justice system and all its procedures to do so. With your reputation and freedom on the line, you can’t afford to take risks: Failure will be far costlier than hiring a skilled defense attorney.