A Firm With A Trusted Reputation In Criminal Defense
The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker, P.C., is a full-service criminal defense firm with a focus on personalized attention and aggressive legal representation. When you meet her, you will see that Mrs. Tucker is a lawyer who is both devoted to her clients and unafraid to take on criminal cases in Denton County, Collin County and Dallas County courthouses.
If you need help fighting a criminal charge, hers is the firm to call.
Defense Against DWI And Intoxication-Related Charges
Mrs. Tucker excels in defending driving while intoxicated (DWI) cases, driving under the influence (DUI) cases and boating while intoxicated (BWI) cases. These intoxication-oriented offenses (which also include public intoxication, furnishing alcohol to a minor, and minors charged with possession, consumption, or underage drinking and driving) are very complicated and must be handled with care and attention to detail. For more information, please see the following pages on DWI and defending intoxication-oriented cases:
NOTE: ALR hearings are extremely time-sensitive so contact Mrs. Tucker as soon as possible after your arrest. You can also request the ALR yourself if needed. Read our page on the all-important ALR hearing.
- The hidden cost of a DWI and a DWI conviction
- DWI, implied consent and driver’s license suspensions
- Texas DWI penalties
- Field sobriety tests
- Breathalyzer and blood tests
- Texas DWI Frequently Asked Questions
Possession And Other Drug Offenses
If you have been charged with a drug crime in Texas, aggressive legal representation is essential. Texas drug laws are very complicated and can even cause driver’s license suspension. Mrs. Tucker has extensive experience providing legal advice for clients charged with:
- Possession of drugs like marijuana
- Distribution of a controlled substance
- Possession of dangerous drugs
- Prescription fraud, and drug delivery cases
She is also ready to answer any frequently asked questions about drug charges that you may have.
Have You Been Accused Of Violating Probation?
Probation violations can result in motions to adjudicate, motions to revoke, motions to surrender and motions for early release. For more information, please see our defending probation violation cases page.
Skilled Defense Against Theft Charges And Other Property Offenses
Mrs. Tucker represents clients charged with all manner of theft offenses including embezzlement, shoplifting, issuing a bad check, and theft of property, theft of service or theft by check. She also provides legal advice to those charged with burglary, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, burglary of a motor vehicle, robbery, credit card abuse, debit card abuse, forgery and fraud.
Get Help Clearing Your Criminal Record
Even if you are found “not guilty,” or your case was dismissed, or declined and never filed, did you know that your arrest may still appear on your record? An expunction erases all evidence of your arrest.
Your record is still out there if you completed deferred adjudication probation. An order of nondisclosure is the only way to seal your criminal record and prevent criminal justice agencies from releasing your records to the public. These orders are most helpful when a prior deferred adjudication probation is keeping you from leasing an apartment, buying a home or getting a job.