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Texas Criminal Process

The criminal process in Texas can be complicated, and even those facing relatively minor criminal charges under the Texas criminal code can find themselves entangled in a difficult bureaucratic process in which it can be difficult to understand your best choices under the law. That’s why it’s so important to have the help of a lawyer when facing criminal charges in Texas.

Attorney Ian Inglis understands how hard it can be to navigate the Texas criminal process on your own, and as such, is here to help criminal suspects in whatever way he can. That’s why he and his legal team have created the following list of informative articles dealing with some of the most important aspects of the Texas criminal process, including:

  • Preliminary Arraignment
  • Preliminary Hearing
  • Arraignment
  • Pre-trial Conference
  • Negotiated Plea
  • Open Plea
  • Nolo Contendere Plea
  • Not Guilty Plea
  • Trial
  • Sentencing

If you are facing criminal charges in Austin, contact Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950 to learn more about what he can do to help you through this difficult situation.

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