Fighting For Your Rights & Your Family
Trust Your Criminal Law Case To A Certified Specialist
A criminal charge is not a legal matter to leave to chance. If convicted, you face a broad range of consequences, including fines, probation and even prison time. The damage may not go away once your time is served. A mark on your criminal record could affect future employment opportunities, a professional license or even a gun license.
The good news? We can fight your case before it comes to that. This is your chance to do everything in your power to secure a good outcome and a future free from legal turmoil.
At The Law Office of Mito Gonzalez in McKinney, I have more than 20 years of experience as a criminal defense lawyer and am certified as a criminal law specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As a certified specialist, I have demonstrated a level of acumen in criminal law shared by a very small percentage of attorneys. Anyone can claim experience, results and a good reputation, but when the state certifies you as a specialist, it is concrete proof that you possess these qualifications.
As a former prosecutor, I know how prosecutors will approach your case. I can draw upon my background to anticipate and counter their tactics.
Experienced In All Facets Of Criminal Law
Over more than two decades of criminal law experience and experience as a juvenile law attorney, I have handled just about every type of criminal offense you can think of including:
- Drunk driving (DWI/DUI)
- Drug charges
- Assault charges
- White-collar crimes
- Sexual assault
- Capital murder
- Juvenile charges
I have also dealt with offenses you have probably never heard of like criminal simulation, misapplication of fiduciary property, securing execution of a document by deception and fraudulent concealment of writing.
Whatever charge you face, I am here to answer all of your questions regarding criminal law and to fight for your future.
Talk To A Criminal Defense Lawyer First
Never speak with law enforcement officer without an attorney to advise you. No matter what you do for a living, nothing can adequately prepare you for dealing with trained law enforcement officers. Every mistake you make before hiring an attorney makes defending your case more difficult.
The state hires the top prosecutors and investigators. Some have spent their entire careers in law enforcement. I know how hard these men and women work and how well-versed they are at their jobs as I used to be one of them. That is why it is so important to hire an experienced attorney to work for you. When the time comes to present a case against you, law enforcement will not give less than their 100 percent best effort; neither should you.