Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Attorney.
Are You Being Investigated?

Are You Being Investigated for a Crime?

Legal Help from Our Criminal Defense Lawyer in Fort Bend

Have you been the subject of a police investigation? Are you worried that charges may be brought against you? It’s never too early to call in a lawyer. Fort Bend criminal defense attorney, Brandon Sims, offers legal support to clients facing the investigation process to help them prepare for whatever might be coming and to provide invaluable legal guidance.

Some criminal cases are more complex, and require law enforcement to spend time investigating the situation before arresting a suspect. If you believe you are suspected of having committed a crime, it is only reasonable to fear an arrest and formal charges. The wisest decision would be to call on an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney to guide you.

How Attorney Brandon Sims can help while you’re under criminal investigation:

  • He can help prevent you getting charged at all by helping you avoid mistakes that could work against you.
  • He can help you understand your rights and what you should and should not say or do.
  • He can help you avoid saying anything that would make you look suspicious or guilty.
  • He can even start presenting strong arguments and evidence regarding your innocence that could persuade law enforcement to drop the investigation.
  • If it does look as though you might be charged with a crime, Brandon will help you get a head start in preparing the defense strategy.

Start Fighting for Your Rights Now!

The things you say and do while under investigation can have a serious impact on what happens next. If you don’t have a lawyer present with you, you should be incredibly careful what you say to law enforcement, and perhaps even exercise your right to remain silent. Even if you know you are innocent, your words can be used against you anyway.

It is always a good idea to be proactive before a criminal charge is officially brought against you. Working with an attorney early can put you in a much more secure position, as it gives you more time to prepare for a trial.

When you call on our Fort Bend criminal defense lawyer, Brandon Sims, he will stand beside you during the investigation and help ensure that your rights are respected. He can even work toward getting the investigation dropped before the matter goes any further.

For dedicated representation, call The Sims Law Firm, PLLC today at (713) 766-1445!

What Our Clients Are Saying

Reviews From Satisfied Clients
  • “He never made me feel like I was just a number.”

    Adrian
  • “Exceptional lawyer”

    Anonymous
  • “The best of the best!”

    Previous Client
  • “I definitely recommend Brandon Sims to anyone!”

    Anonymous
  • “Awesome Lawyer!”

    Lizbeth
  • “Thanks to Brandon, I am able to resume life and put behind me this unsettling time in my life.”

    Issac
  • “Outstanding attorney”

    Devin
  • “I couldn't have asked for someone better or more professional for my case.”

    Anonymous
  • “He was also willing to meet with me on a couple Saturday mornings due to my work schedule. He is very knowledgeable of the law and was always extremely professional.”

    Amanda W.
  • “Brandon went out of his way...”

    Anonymous
  • “Thank you again!”

    Previous Client
  • “I strongly advise you to hire this firm if you're in trouble with the law.”

    Matthew
  • “He lobbied very hard on my behalf and I believe this is the reason I was able to receive the outcome that I had hoped for”

    Criminal Defense client
  • “Extremely diligent and professional.”

    Anonymous
  • “Would definitely hire him again no matter how complicated the case!”

    R. Allen

Protect Your Future.

  1. Remember that time is of the essence. Stalling or failing to retain legal counsel makes it more difficult to gather witness statements and favorable evidence while memories are fresh. Additionally, relevant evidence in your case may only be retained by law enforcement for a short amount of time.
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