- Assault and battery
- Weapons charges
- Drug charges
- Burglary, robbery and theft
- Fraud and embezzlement
- Sexual assault and rape
- Intoxicated manslaughter and intoxicated assault
- And other felony charges
Contact us to arrange for a consultation with our firm as soon as possible. A lawyer can discuss your legal options and possible defense strategies with you.
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Protecting Your Rights, Defending Your Freedom
At Scott M. Brown & Associates, we believe that everyone accused of a crime deserves the strongest defense possible. We will aggressively defend your rights and freedom at every stage of the legal process.
Our firm will carefully review all the evidence in your case — using a private investigator to develop additional evidence when that will help your defense effort. Whenever possible, we will make aggressive use of motions to exclude evidence and testimony.
If possible, we will seek a dismissal of the charge. If that cannot be done, we will explain your legal options — including an acceptable plea to a lesser charge or contesting the charge at trial.
Scott M. Brown & Associates will leave no stone unturned in your defense. We will work to build a strong and successful defense of your rights and freedom.
Expungements And Orders Of Nondisclosure
We also represent clients in other criminal law matters, including expungements and probation violations.
If your charge was dismissed, if you received a deferred adjudication or if you were found not guilty of a crime, it may be possible to obtain an expungement. This destroys all records concerning the event. If you were found guilty of a Class B misdemeanor, Class A misdemeanor or eligible felony and successfully completed a deferred adjudication probation, we can file a petition for an order of nondisclosure. When approved by a judge, this prevents people outside the criminal justice system from learning about your conviction.
Contact A Criminal Defense Attorney Today
For immediate assistance about a criminal law matter or to speak with an attorney, contact Scott M. Brown & Associates today.
We have offices in Angleton and Pearland, Texas, to serve you.