There are a lot of questions when you're threatened with criminal charges. There's uncertainty about the legal process, but that comes with a bigger question about what it means for your future: how it will affect your record, your reputation, your job, your family and your freedom. You need an attorney who can answer your questions, tell it like it is, and one who will work hard to give you quality, personalized representation. Your life as you know it may be on the line, so you need to choose the best lawyer you can.
Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, is a third-generation Texas lawyer who knows the local law and courts. He is certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is a lifelong resident of Arlington. He is invested in the community and, more importantly, he is dedicated to making sure his clients get the attention they need. He has been selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers**, a Thomson Reuters rating service, for the years 2004-2007 and 2009-2017 and is AV Preeminent rated* by the Martindale-Hubbell rating system.
Every case is different, which is why you need a lawyer who will work directly with you. Your personal situation is important and Mr. Ashworth's customized service has a direct impact on your life.
When you visit the office, you'll sit down with Mr. Ashworth face-to-face and the staff will be readily available throughout the process. Some cases can be resolved prior to the filing and prosecution of a case. Some cases can be resolved at the grand jury level, and others can be negotiated prior to trial. If you elect to take your case to trial, then Mr. Ashworth will be prepared to defend you in the courtroom. When you sit down to discuss your case, he will present your options, and let you decide which resolution is best for you.
Mr. Ashworth is an experienced criminal law attorney who can help a person facing criminal investigation or allegation, from driving while intoxicated to drug possession, assault, murder and sex crimes. He will describe the legal process, the offense charges, and the defenses available.
If you or a loved one is concerned that alcohol and/or substance abuse play a role in the criminal allegations against you, he can help you find assistance, which may affect the outcome of your case.