Unlike other criminal defense attorneys, he immerses herself in your case to provide you with the strongest defense possible. Starting from the moment you engage him, Daniel investigates the charges brought against you. He starts with the legality of the stop – did the officer have a reason to stop you? Is there something that could get your case dismissed just from the stop? Next, he reviews the evidence. He will try to seek out something that can lead to a reduction of charges or even a dismissal. At your hearings, Daniel Garcia fights for you, presenting evidence in the best light. Setting him apart from the pack of criminal defense attorneys, Mr. Garcia personally handles your case – instead of passing you off to a less-experienced associate. When you’re represented by Mr. Garcia, you’re represented by an experienced, knowledgeable attorney who works hard to get your charges reduced or dismissed.

Contact him at (512) 942-7411.


The criminal court process can be confusing. Here’s what happens: The process is set in motion once you’re arrested Remember that you are well within your rights to not say anything without an attorney with you. Usually the first step is when you are taken into custody and be allowed to post bail. Mr. Garcia can help you get out of jail by posting a personal bond.

Your first court appearance will be your arraignment, and you’ll want to have an Austin criminal defense lawyer with you. The court will tell you what charges are being brought against you, let you know what your rights are, and let you plea guilty or not guilty. If you don’t plead guilty, the government will begin building a case against you during what’s known as the discovery process. They’ll examine the particular evidence in your case, review police reports, and interview the arresting officers. Your Austin criminal lawyer will request all of these documents as well, along with documents that may help your case, like medical records, to build your defense. You’ll have several court dates as well, and while nerve-wracking, it can actually be beneficial to have more court dates.

Depending on what turns up during discovery, you will either plea bargain out your case, meaning you’ll accept a penalty in exchange for a lesser charge or sentence, or you’ll go to trial in front of a jury or judge. After examining and hearing evidence from both sides, the jury will return a guilty or not guilty verdict, with the penalty decided after that. The court process is difficult to navigate without help, and a misstep can cost you thousands of dollars, your driver’s license, and your freedom. Call an Austin criminal lawyer immediately to explore your options and start building your defense.

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