Violent Felony Crimes / Offenses

Violent Felony Crimes – Murder, Aggravated Assault (With a Deadly Weapon), Manslaughter, Robbery, Sexual Assault, etc.

If you have been arrested or charged with a violent felony criminal offense, you need to hire an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney. At Eyler Law Offices, we have substantial experience with violent crimes and will represent individuals charged in both state and federal criminal justice systems. At Eyler Law Offices, we have an extraordinary amount of experience from years of defending and prosecuting criminal offenses, and we use that experience to provide you with the best representation and defense possible. By having prosecutorial experience it helps us understand and respond to any evidence used by the government in your case.

We understand the seriousness of all criminal cases and we begin our investigations into the facts of the case immediately. We understand the devastating impact that being charged with or convicted of a violent felony offense can do to a person’s life and family. Our goal is to find any facts and evidence that will aid and assist us in the defense of your case. Your Constitutional rights are important to us, and we will act quickly to protect you against any violation of those rights. If you have been arrested or charged with a violent felony crime/ offense, call Eyler Law Offices at (214) 540-7750 or email us from our contact form.

Violent Crimes Defense

We defend the rights of people charged with various violent criminal offenses in state or federal court, which includes some of the following:

  • Assault – Family Violence/ Domestic Violence Assault
  • Assault and Battery
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Assault on a Peace Officer or Police Officer
  • Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • Injury or Endangerment of a Child
  • Child Abuse
  • Manslaughter
  • Aggravated Robbery (Armed Robbery)
  • Murder/Homicide
  • Negligence Homicide
  • Attempted Murder
  • Kidnapping
  • Sexual Assault/ Rape

At Eyler Law Offices we will ensure your rights are protected and that you understand fully the details of your case. We will fight to make sure your rights are respected throughout the legal process. We will investigate your case to also ensure that the law enforcement officials followed the law and did not abuse their authority at any time in their investigation. Throughout our investigation, we will interview any pertinent witnesses and examine all evidence to help us decide the merits of the case. We know how to review search warrants for any potential Constitutional law violations which could lead to an illegal search and seizure ruling in the case. In other words, we know how important it is to review all of the law and facts of an alleged felony offense to gain a full understanding of all aspects of the case. We will keep you fully informed of what is happening with your case.


The federal government and the State of Texas have extremely harsh penalties for those convicted of violent felony crimes. Those penalties may include extensive prison sentences of up to life in jail with very large monetary fines. Anyone accused of a violent felony crime should protect him or herself with a highly skilled criminal defense attorney. The government’s aggressive prosecution will make it imperative for you to have a truly experienced and skilled defense attorney who can handle your case and protect your constitutional rights. We have the knowledge and capability to represent you for any violent felony criminal offense in a state or federal court. At Eyler Law Offices our experience and knowledge will greatly benefit anyone facing violent criminal felony charges in state and federal court.

If you need an attorney in the Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex, contact Eyler Law Offices at (214) 540-7750 to discuss your criminal charges, or email us from our contact form.

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