We first saw Mr Knox at the Collin County Jail meeting with another family on a Sunday afternoon. After seeing how he treated them, we asked for his number and called his office on Monday. We would, without hesitation, recommend Mr Knox to anyone in need of an attorney.
Criminal Lawyer Collin County | Collin County Defense Attorney
Bill Knox has been a Criminal Lawyer in Collin County for over 30 years. Our firm is dedicated to clients who need a Collin County defense attorney for a range of criminal issues.
We represent clients on Criminal cases in Collin County for both misdemeanor charges, including but not limited to Class A offenses, Class B offenses and Class C offenses.
Our firm also defense clients in some of the biggest Collin County felony cases including but not limited to felony Assault, Burglary, Forgery, Fraud, Theft, Sexual Assaults, Sexual Assaults of Child and more.
For top Collin County defense attorneys, you cannot find a better, more experienced, more aggressive firm than the Law Offices of Bill Knox. For an initial consultation, call 214-500-0000. Our staff is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
You will always be greeted by a friendly staff member who can and will immediately guide you in the right direction. Call now and speak directly with the criminal lawyer in Collin County – Bill Knox.
Misdemeanor Criminal Defense in Collin County
Our criminal lawyers in Collin County practice misdemeanor defense for clients with the following types of charges –
- Assault Family Violence
- Burglary of Motor Vehicle
- Drug Charges
- DWI & DUI
- Failure to ID
- Marijuana Possession
All of the charges above will be classified as varying degrees of Collin County misdemeanor criminal charges. Some of the charges listed above can fit into either of the three levels of misdemeanors – class A, class B or class C. For example, a misdemeanor theft may be filed as either a class A theft, class B theft or class C theft in Collin County. The filing depends upon the value of the item or items the police say were stolen.
Another example of varying degrees of misdemeanor criminal charges is applied to Possession of Marijuana. While over 4 ounces is charged as a felony in Texas, most people are arrested for Possession of Marijuana for personal usage which is defined as being under 4 ounces. However, a person may be charged with only a class B misdemeanor if the Marijuana weighs less than 2 ounces. If the Marijuana possession is between two and four ounces, the arrested person will be charged with a class A misdemeanor.
Call us now at 214-500-0000 to discuss your options on any of the misdemeanor criminal cases listed above. We look forward to helping you as your criminal defense lawyer in Collin County, Texas.
Felony Criminal Defense Attorney in Collin County
The Law Offices of Bill Knox also represents clients charged with more serious offenses which are filed as felonies. Felony cases are classified as State Jail Felonies, 3rd Degree Felonies, 2nd Degree Felonies or First Degree Felonies. We represent clients charged with any of the four degrees of felonies in Collin County. Below is a list of some of the felonies we represent for our clients in Collin County, Texas:
- Assault Felonies
- Drug Crimes
- DWI 3rd or more
- Intoxication Assault
- Probation Violations
- Sexual Assaults
- White Collar Defense
Class C Collin County Criminal Attorney
We do not represent clients with simple class C traffic citations in Collin County. However, we do represent clients in Class C matters such as theft, public intoxication and assault by contact. While the three types of Class C citations listed in the previous sentence are on the same level as a traffic citation, the stigma of having a theft, public intoxication or assault by contact on your permanent criminal record can have long lasting consequences when applying for jobs and in discovery for any general background check.
Our Criminal Lawyers in Collin County aggressively defend your rights to try and keep these Class C misdemeanors off of your permanent record. If you choose to go at these citations without legal representation and represent yourself, please know that paying the fine is an admission of guilt and the conviction will remain on your permanent criminal record.