Our criminal defense attorneys put your best interests first
We understand what you’re going through at The Webb Firm, P.C. That’s why we want to help. Our experienced Conroe criminal defense lawyers know how the legal system works in Montgomery County. We know how prosecutors think and work. That’s because our law firm was founded by one of them.
Attorney Amanda Webb previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. She regularly prosecuted cases and earned the respect of her peers. That’s why she consistently receives rave reviews from fellow attorneys and former clients. Such testimonials matter to us because we’re proud to make a dramatic difference in people’s lives.
Our law firm prides itself on our employees. That’s because the attorneys and staff members at our firm work hard every single day for people who need our help the most. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, our attorneys can help you demand justice.
Don’t underestimate the complexity of your case. Even if you know you didn’t do anything wrong, that doesn’t mean your charges will automatically be dropped. Often, you will need to mount a vigorous legal defense. Otherwise, you could end up in jail for months or even years, fined thousands of dollars and face other serious penalties.
Evidence matters when it comes to complex legal cases. Without the facts, you may have a hard time getting your charges dropped, your case dismissed or achieving another positive outcome. That’s why we don’t waste any time when getting to work on your case.
We take a detailed approach towards representing people charged with serious crimes in Texas. Often, we begin by reviewing the arrest report. Did the arresting officer follow all the rules and regulations? Or did they cut corners or mishandle evidence? We also often consult with experts in their field to analyze evidence in even more detail.
Put your trust in a Conroe criminal defense attorney who puts your best interests first. Contact us and schedule your free consultation today. Your case matters here.