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Grand Jury Proceedings

Fort Worth Law Firm Overview- The Clark Law Firm

http://www.texasclarkfirm.com/ 817-332-7739 The Clark Law Firm represents individuals in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro in criminal defense and family law matters. Contact the firm to schedule a free in-office consultation.

Fort Worth Grand Jury Proceedings Attorneys

Tarrant County Felony Defense Lawyers

Grand juries are convened prior to the filing of felony charges. A grand jury's purpose is to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to indict an accused. Grand juries fulfill this purpose primarily by examining evidence presented by prosecutors in order to return an indictment against a defendant.

Grand juries hear thousands of cases. If you face a grand jury, it is imperative that the grand jury fully understands the facts and circumstances surrounding your case.

The Fort Worth, Texas, criminal defense and grand jury proceedings lawyers of The Clark Law Firm have provided effective and successful grand jury legal representation to numerous individuals facing possible felony charges.

Have you received notice that you will be investigated by a grand jury? Do not face a grand jury without experienced legal help. Contact The Clark Law Firm at 866-941-2598 or 817-717-1051.

We present a second side to the grand jury so that its members understand that there is more to your case than the version presented by the district attorney. Our grand jury practice may include:

  • Calling witnesses, and sometimes you, to testify on your behalf
  • Providing an alternate summary of evidence
  • Providing a presentation packet of documentary evidence
  • Conducting research and legwork beforehand which can include gathering statements, taking pictures, visiting alleged crime scenes, gathering documents and securing affidavits

When successful in preventing the indictment of felony charges against you, you may then be eligible for an expunction, commonly referred to as an expungement, of the arrest and related charges. For a no-charge office consultation of your grand jury proceedings, contact our office.

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If you have questions regarding grand jury proceedings, contact our firm. We accept credit cards and no interest payment plans. We also employ Spanish speakers. We have free parking. To contact our firm, call 866-941-2598 or 817-717-1051.