San Antonio Criminal Defense Attorney
With over 15 years experience representing people charged with crimes ranging from the most serious felonies to misdemeanors, Kurt Gransee will defend and attack the allegations made against you and your family. An experienced criminal attorney can make the difference between being put in jail or going free; or the difference between having a clean record or having a record that will forever haunt you and your future.
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Mr. Gransee is a former Bexar County DWI Task Force Prosecutor and has been successfully defended Texas DWI cases, intoxication assaults and intoxication manslaughter. Our extensive experience will be used to defend you against allegations of Texas Internet Sex Crimes, Texas Sex Crimes, Texas Sexual Assaults, Texas Drug Charges, Texas Assaults, Texas Thefts, MTR's and White Collar Crime. Nearly every Texas Crime has been successfully handled by the lawyers at Rush & Gransee, L.C.
Among the cases he has successfully defended are both felonies and misdemeanors, including:
- Asset Forfeiture
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Charges
- Expunction/Sealing Records
- Internet Sex Crimes
- Motion to Revoke Probation
- Sex Crimes/Assault
- Theft Defense
- White Collar Crimes
- Criminal Evidentiary Issues
You have legal and constitutional rights that need to be protected from the moment you are a suspect in a crime. Contact a criminal defense lawyer as soon as you believe that you may be a suspect in a crime. Kurt Gransee is an aggressive and experienced San Antonio criminal defense attorney who knows the criminal laws and will make sure that our clients are afforded all protections accorded by the law. While we cannot guarantee the result of a given case, we can assure you that we will put our experience to work defending the charges against you and protecting your valuable rights. One of the most valuable rights is the right to remain silent and to not talk to a police officer. Your right to remain silent must be properly invoked to be effective. Read our article which discusses how to invoke your 5th amendment right to remain silent.
It is important to interview at least a few Texas criminal defense lawyers prior to making a decision of who to hire to defend you against criminal charges. When interviewing an attorney make sure that you are not feeling rushed to make a decision and that the lawyer will put your interest first. Make sure that the lawyer has the office facilities and staff to prepare a thorough defense. It is preferable if the lawyer has a full-time secretary to assist and not just answer phones. An experienced lawyer handling Texas criminal defense matters should have a library or other sources of criminal laws and a portfolio of motions to be used in preparing a defense. Too many criminal defense lawyers rely on outdated seminars and manuals to evaluate their client's potential defenses. Normally, getting a great result for a criminal defendant takes time, effort, and cunning. Cases will usually get better with the passage of time and it is the exception when the first plea offer is the best thing that will ever happen. The proper handling of a criminal defense case usually requires preparing for a trial and through that preparation you find weaknesses in the prosecutor's case. An experienced criminal defense lawyer will have successfully handled numerous cases similar to yours but they will not be factually identical.
Texas criminal law changes everyday because of court decisions and the Texas Criminal Statutes change every two years; therefore, a diligent criminal lawyer will make every effort to research the law on each client's case, always looking for a defense or theory to be used at trial. Also, if any lawyer guarantees a result you should ask them to put it in writing and watch as they backtrack from their statement.
In many cases, a skilled criminal defense lawyer can use his or her knowledge of the law to have some or all charges dropped. In some cases the best route is to go aggressively forward and demand a trial. In some cases, the attorney may negotiate a plea agreement with the prosecutor for significantly lesser charges and penalties before the case ever goes to trial. Kurt Gransee will keep you informed of your options throughout the process and will proceed as you desire. Many years of experience on both sides of the criminal justice system, has given Kurt Gransee the knowledge and experience to work on behalf of clients who have been charged with crimes. If trial is necessary to protect your legal rights, he is an accomplished criminal trial attorney.
The prosecutor will attempt to use all evidence; however obtained, to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that an individual is guilty of the crime for which he or she is charged. We will challenge that evidence through all legal means and with all resources at our disposal. We will assure that the legal rights and interests of our clients are protected at all stages of the legal process.
Being accused of a crime is a frightening and stressful event. Even in the most minor cases, it makes sense to secure competent and knowledgeable counsel who can help streamline the criminal justice process, provide zealous representation, and minimize the impact on the criminal defendant's life. If you or someone you know has been charged with committing a crime, do not delay in contacting Rush and Gransee, P.C. We are experienced San Antonio, Texas criminal defense attorneys who can help you to protect your legal rights.
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