We often get calls from people wanting to get an expunction for some prior criminal offense for which they were arrested. Expunctions are a way to clear someone’s record - but there are limitations to when an expunction is possible.
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You deserve to know what lies ahead in terms that make sense. The Harris twin brother team of attorneys explain things in a way that helps you make informed decisions.
We'll help you understand the law as it applies to your case, and we'll aggressively fight for you and your rights in court. We use our experience to form an aggressive defense for each individual client.
We’re here to help figure out solutions and next steps when you’re faced with a criminal charge. We focus on your future, not your past.
We aim to get to know you on a deeper level so that we can provide the most effective representation for your needs.
Our firm is founded on our core values of hard work and preparation. We bring this approach to the management of every case.
Client charged with Injury to a Child after police believed that she was excessively punishing her child. Harris & Harris was able to get the case fully dismissed.
Client had been previously placed on probation for 3 felony theft cases, a Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, and an Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. The State had previously tried to revoke his probation 2 times.
Client charged with a felony Aggravated Assault/Deadly Weapon. The case alleged that the client grabbed a butcher knife and chased his wife around her vehicle. Harris & Harris successfully got the charge reduced to a misdemeanor.
Client arrested for DWI and admits to drinking 4 or 5 bourbon drinks. Pled to Obstruction of a Passageway.