Protecting & Defending the Rights of the Accused
Bryan, TX College Student Defense Attorney
Texas A&M Student Criminal Defense
Facing criminal charges is stressful and potentially damaging to your future. Just like anyone else, you can be charged with any type of offense, from a low-level misdemeanor to a first-degree felony, which will be prosecuted in the local criminal courts.
Common campus crimes can include:
- Drug possession
- Selling or distributing illegal drugs
- Criminal trespass
- Criminal mischief
- Underage drinking offenses, including buying alcohol with a fake ID
- Driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
- Shoplifting and other theft crimes
- Sexual assault, date rape, sexting, statutory rape
As a college student, your life has just begun and your future can be as productive and fulfilling as you choose to make it. While at school, however, if you are charged with any type of criminal offense, that future can be seriously impacted. Being convicted of a crime can put you at risk for jail or prison time, heavy fines, community service, probation, and other court-ordered sanctions or programs.
Contact us at 979-353-6632 to discuss your case with our Bryan college student defense attorney today.
In the State of Texas any tampering, alteration, or presenting of a license issued to another individual is a criminal offense according to Texas Penal Code §521.451. This typically can be charged as a Class B Misdemeanor which may come with up to 180 days in jail and/or up to $2k in fines.
When charged with a crime as a college student, your first priority should be to get trusted legal representation. In such cases, you can turn to The Law Office of Jay Granberry for expert help. Our attorney is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, which distinguishes him from the majority of attorneys across the state. Board certification is the highest level of professionalism that an attorney can achieve, reflecting outstanding experience and competence in a chosen area of law.
It will also leave you with a permanent criminal record that can make it difficult to gain future employment, rent an apartment, obtain a professional license, or receive educational aid. Many of these charges are serious crimes carrying heavy penalties and call for the services of an experienced defense attorney. When your freedom and future are at stake, we urge you to take advantage of the outstanding support and service you will find at The Law Office of Jay Grandberry.
Reach out to us at (979) 353-6632 or contact us online to arrange for a consultation
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