Khalil Saman serves the entire state of Texas in both state and federal courts but is most active in Harris, Montgomery, Galveston, Brazoria, and Fort Bend County.
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Harris County is the largest county in Texas and contains the following cities:
Baytown, Bellaire, Bunker Hill Village, Deer Park, El Lago, Friendswood, Galena Park, Hedwig Village, Hilshire Village, Houston, Humble, Hunters Creek Village, Jacinto City, Jersey Village, Katy, La Porte, League City, Missouri City, Morgan’s Point, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pearland, Piney Point Village, Seabrook, Shoreacres, South Houston, Southside Place, Spring, Spring Valley Village, Stafford, Taylor Lake Village, Tomball, Waller, Webster, and West University Place.
Need a Houston Criminal Defense Attorney?
If you are in Houston and find yourself in trouble for DWI, assault, or marijuana/drug possession, you need a Houston criminal defense attorney who has experience in the Harris County courts. If you have a case in Houston or anywhere in Harris County, then you need a lawyer that knows the courts, knows the Assistant DAs, and knows how to effectively maneuver through this massive system. We have an office conveniently located in midtown, just five minutes away.
The Saman Law Firm Houston office is located at:
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Montgomery County was just the third county established after the birth of the Republic of Texas. The main courthouse was built in 1936. Today, the courthouse complex is made up of three buildings containing courts.
Montgomery County is considered a rural county and is comprised of the following cities and unincorporated areas:
Cities – Conroe, Cut and Shoot, Houston (small portion), Magnolia, Montgomery, Oak Ridge North, Panorama Village, Patton Village, Roman Forest, Shenandoah, Splendora, Stagecoach, Woodbranch, Woodloch, Willis
Unincorporated Areas – Dobbin, Decker Prairie, Imperial Oaks, New Caney, Porter, River Plantation, Tamina, The Woodlands
Facing DWI Charges in Conroe?
Don’t face DUI or DWI charges in Conroe alone. If you are facing criminal charges for driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated, you should find an experienced DWI lawyer in Conroe who understands the court systems and can defend you. If you have been arrested for a DWI, you only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing. Don’t wait till your license is suspended; call (936) 647-5550 today!
Need a Montgomery County Criminal Lawyer?
If you have found yourself in trouble in Montgomery County, whether it is for DUI, assault, or marijuana/drug possession, then you need a Montgomery County criminal lawyer that knows the system. You need an attorney that practices in the County courts regularly, one who is familiar with the judges and the assistant district attorneys. If you are in Conroe or anywhere in Montgomery County and find yourself facing criminal charges, contact the Saman Law Firm and talk with a Montgomery County lawyer who will provide you with the aggressive and effective defense!
Our Conroe office is located close to the courthouse for your convenience.
Galveston County was formally established under the Republic of Texas on May 15, 1838. The county was formed from territory taken from Harrisburg, Liberty, and Brazoria counties, with governmental organization taking place in 1839. Today, Galveston County is known for the Kemah Boardwalk, the Johnson Space Center, Mardi Gras, festivals, the Pleasure Pier, good eats, and of course, the beach.
Galveston County Is Comprised of the Following Cities:
Bayou Vista, Clear Lake Shores, Dickinson, Friendswood, Galveston, Hitchcock, Jamaica Beach, Kemah, La Marque, League City, Santa Fe, and Texas City.
Criminal Justice and Trial Attorney in Galveston
Are you looking for an aggressive and experienced criminal lawyer in Galveston? Look no further than The Saman Law Firm, where he is wholly dedicated to providing his clients with the right kind of aggressive and effective defense required to go up against the various charges thrown in his clients’ way. Mr. Saman currently serves a wide area that covers Harris County, Montgomery County, Galveston County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, and virtually everywhere else in the great state of Texas. As long as Mr. Saman sees potential clients in need, he will do his utmost best to provide them with the best possible defense in a court of law.
It does not matter whether you are staring down the barrel at criminal charges leveraged against you in Galveston County, or perhaps it is for DUI, assault, or marijuana/drug possession; Mr. Saman is always here as an aggressive Galveston criminal defense attorney in the business. Over the years, Mr. Saman has managed to build up a strong and vast network of contacts, where they include district attorneys, various judges, as well as a veritable knowledge concerning the ins and outs of the county court system. As each county is different, Mr. Saman knows Galveston like the back of his hands, as well as the other areas in which he serves in order to provide clients with the perfect balance of an aggressive yet effective defense.
If you are up against a DWI or DUI charge in Galveston, do not fret. You are not alone in this battle, and Mr. Saman is here to help anyone who has been slapped with criminal charges for driving while under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Saman is an experienced Galveston DWI attorney who has vast experience in understanding how the court systems work, with a proven track record in defending your case. Do take note that anyone who has been arrested for a DWI will have a 15-day window period from the date of arrest to request a hearing, so tarry no more lest your license gets suspended. Give Mr. Saman a call today, and let him work out the aspects and details of your case before he presents a solid defense that will hopefully help obtain the best possible result on your behalf.
Mr. Saman understands that things can be a blur when you are slapped with a DWI charge, which is why he would like to lay down some ground rules on what a DWI is and what it is not. A DWI is very different from other crimes, where it is considered to be a stackable offense and often has other far-reaching consequences. Being a sackable offense, this translates to any kind of subsequent DWI charge, making the big picture worse. For instance, the first DWI charge is considered a Class B misdemeanor, while facing a second DWI charge would see the offender end up with a Class A misdemeanor that could translate to double the jail time and fines, and any additional DWI offenses beyond that are tantamount to a 3rd-degree felony which might see one being locked up in the slammer anywhere from 2 to 10 years and having to cough up a whopping $10,000 in fines. All of the above does sound scary to the uninitiated, but as a DWI lawyer in Galveston, Mr. Saman is well versed with the law and does know his way around things in order to help out anyone who has been hit with a DWI charge.
If you are going to have a fun night out with family and friends where there is bound to have some alcohol involved, the best way to avoid being pulled over by an overzealous law enforcement officer who is looking to slap you with a DUI charge would be to take advantage of one of the many ride-hailing services. However, not all situations allow that kind of luxury, which is why having just a single drink might see you end the night on a sour note. The law enforcement officer would most probably ask you to step out of your vehicle and participate in the form of Standard Field Sobriety Test, where even a totally sober person will most likely fail. After all, virtually all reactions can be considered to be a sign of intoxication, and chances are you will not be permitted to get in touch with your lawyer. Starting a test too soon might be a sign of intoxication, and if you have no idea what time it is because you forgot to wear your watch and your phone is out of battery, that is another finger pointing in your direction. The lack of exercise over the years has led to weak core muscles, stopping you from holding up one leg for thirty seconds without balancing yourself with your arms is also another sign of intoxication. Breathing into the Intoxilyzer 5000, a breath test machine that is considered to operate within normal bounds even though it has up to a 20% margin of error will most probably not end up in your favor. All of these are stacked against you, which is why it is of utmost importance you know how to get in touch with The Saman Law Firm, an experienced DWI attorney who knows how to defend you effectively in Galveston.
Facing DWI Charges in Galveston?
Don’t face DWI or DUI charges in Galveston alone. If you are facing criminal charges for driving while intoxicated, you should find an experienced Galveston DWI lawyer who understands the court systems and can defend you. If you have been arrested for a DWI you only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing. Don’t wait till your license is suspended; call (409) 795-4397 today!
Get an Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you find yourself facing criminal charges in Galveston County, whether it is for DUI, assault, or marijuana/drug possession, you need a Galveston criminal defense lawyer that knows the County court system backward and forwards. You need an attorney that knows the DAs, the judges, and how the system works. Every county is different, and Mr. Saman knows Galveston. If you are facing criminal charges, contact the Saman Law Firm and talk with a Galveston lawyer who will provide you with the aggressive and effective defense!
Do not take chances with your future, and having a criminal record on the books is something that is going to end up being a stumbling block, be it for your career advancement or employment chances. The Saman Law Firm is here to help anyone out who is in a tight spot and needs the very best and sharpest legal minds in the Galveston area to defend them.
Brazoria County is home to the first capital of Texas, Velasco, which was annexed by the city of Freeport. Today, Brazoria County is comprised of several cities, with Pearland being the largest city. The following cities are located in Brazoria County:
Alvin, Angleton, Brazoria, Brookside Village, Clute, Danbury, Freeport, Lake Jackson, Liverpool, Manvel, Oyster Creek, Pearland, Richwood, Sandy Point, Surfside Beach, Sweeny, West Columbia.
If you find yourself facing criminal charges in Brazoria County, you need an attorney that knows the Court System. You need an attorney that knows the Judges and how they operate their courts. You need an attorney that knows DAs and how to communicate effectively with them.
Ft. Bend County
Since the 1970s, Fort Bend County has been one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. It is named for a blockhouse at a bend of the Brazos River; the fort was the start of the community in the early days. Its county seat is Richmond, while its largest city is Sugar Land. It was founded in 1837.
Today, Sugarland is the largest city in Ft. Bend County. Here is a list of all the cities located in Ft. Bend County:
Arcola, Beasley, Fulshear, Houston (small part), Katy (partially), Meadows Place, Missouri City (mostly), Needville, Orchard, Richmond, Rosenberg, Simonton, Stafford, Sugar Land, and Weston Lakes.
Are you facing criminal charges in Fort Bend County? If so, then you need an attorney that knows the county. An attorney that knows the Judges and the DAs and how to effectively communicate with them.
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