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Offering Aggressive Criminal Defense Solutions in Johnson County and Beyond
Johnson County has over 175,000 residents and is included in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area. The Johnson County seat is Cleburne, Texas. Ranking in the 76th percentile for safety, Johnson County has a lower crime rate than the average county in the United States. The Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers with The Law Offices of David Sloane has defended hundreds of people accused of committing criminal offenses in Johnson County.
The most common criminal offenses prosecuted by the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office are:
- Drug offenses
The Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers with the Law Offices of David Sloane have the experience necessary to analyze a case and determine an effective defense strategy to secure our client’s goals. If you are accused of committing a crime in Johnson County, the experienced Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers at The Law Offices of David Sloane are ready to help you. Call (817) 349-7118 today to schedule a free consultation.
What to Expect if You Face Criminal Charges in Johnson County
Johnson County is comprised of 11 incorporated cities, towns, and municipalities, from Alvarado to Joshua, our criminal defense team can help you. The Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers with the Law Offices of David Sloane have defended individuals from every Johnson County Community from criminal prosecution. The Johnson County District Attorney’s Office is dedicated to enforcing the law and seeking justice in the Johnson County community. The Johnson County District Attorney’s Office has earned the reputation as one of the strictest offices in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. The Johnson County Attorney’s Office is charged with prosecuting misdemeanor offenses to enhance the public safety and welfare of Johnson County.
If you are accused of committing a criminal offense in Johnson County, your case will be heard in a Johnson County Court at the Johnson County Courthouse in Cleburne, Texas. Johnson County has three felony courts and two misdemeanor courts. The Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers with The Law Offices of David Sloane have defended individuals in every court in Johnson County. Furthermore, the Johnson County judges are well respected throughout Texas for their in-depth legal knowledge and orderly courtrooms. The Texas Second Court of Appeals is also located at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Tarrant County. The Second Court of Appeals has jurisdiction over appeals from criminal courts in Archer, Clay, Cooke, Denton, Hood, Jack, Montague, Johnson, Tarantino, Wichita, Johnson, and Young County. The Johnson County Clerks offices maintain records for the Johnson County Criminal Courts. The public can use department websites to search public records, request a copy of a record, make payments, and more. The Johnson County Sheriff’s Department is responsible for protecting and serving the Johnson County community.
Johnson County Constable & Area Police Departments
There are fifteen police departments in Johnson County located throughout the 11 incorporated cities, towns, and municipalities. The primary goal of each police department in Johnson County is to protect and serve their respective communities, and to enforce the laws of Texas. The Cleburne Police Department is the primary police department in Johnson County. The Cleburne Police Department is responsible for the safety of the Decatur community, the largest community in Johnson County. Johnson County Constables are officers of the courts who provide fair and impartial notification to citizens of court actions that may involve them. Johnson County has four constables, one for each precinct. With so many departments and law enforcement personnel, it’s easy to become confused about your case and how to proceed.
If you need to contact any of the departments mentioned above, please see below:
- The Johnson County District Attorney's Office website
- The Johnson County Attorney's Office website
- The Johnson County Courts website
- The Second Court of Appeals website
- The Johnson County Clerk website
- The Johnson County District Clerk
- The Johnson County Sheriff's Department website
- The Cleburne Police Department website
- The Johnson County Constables website
If you need more detailed information, the Johnson County Criminal Defense Lawyers with the Law Offices of David Sloane have represented hundreds of people accused of a criminal offense in Johnson County and they have the experience to help you determine how to move forward in your case. Contact our dedicated criminal defense attorneys by calling (817) 349-7118 today to schedule a free consultation!
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