FAQs and Resources

FAQs and Resources

I’ve been arrested.  What should I do?

Being arrested is one of the most frightening and confusing moments in a person’s life, especially if it’s never happened before. Whether you have been arrested for a drug crime in Texas or a Federal Crime, law enforcement is trained to take advantage of that confusion to accomplish their primary goal: to gather as much evidence as possible.  Therefore, it’s important that you exercise your Fifth Amendment right and remain silent.  You also want to immediately ask to speak to a good criminal defense attorney.

A close family member, friend, or loved one has been arrested.  What should I do?

Once arrested, your close family member, friend, or loved one has to rely on you to accomplish a number of tasks that need immediate attention. Contact Mayr Law, P.C. today to obtain competent legal advice and representation by calling the Victoria Office at (361) 333-5620 or contact us online.

One of the most frustrating aspects after one has been arrested is the amount of time that it takes before they can be bonded out.  Each hour that the person is in custody grows more and more painful.  Sierra Hatley and Brent Mayr can assist clients by referring them to a number of reputable bonding companies that will work with you to help get your family member or friend out of jail as soon as possible.

When do I need an attorney?

The moment you believe you are even suspected of a crime.  Whether it’s the flashing lights in your rearview mirror, the boss calling you in to “question” you, or a phone call from a friendly detective just “trying to get some information,” law enforcement is going to use every opportunity to gather evidence against you and the best way to protect yourself is having knowledgeable, experienced criminal defense attorneys like Sierra Hatley and Brent Mayr there with you. Don’t wait for the handcuffs to go on. 

If you or a loved one is suspected of, arrested, or charged with a crime, contact Mayr Law, P.C. today to obtain competent legal advice and representation by calling the Victoria Office at (361) 333-5620 or contact us online.

Resources

» Victoria County Court Records

» Victoria County Jail Inmate Search

» Victoria County Court at Law (misdemeanors) Information

» Victoria County District Court (felonies) Information

» Texas VINE – for locating jail inmates in counties other than Victoria

» U.S. Southern District of Texas (for federal case information)

» Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

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