CRIMINAL LAW

CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN HOUSTON, TEXAS

CRIMINAL LAW

  • MISDEMEANOR CASES

  • ADMINISTRATIVE LICENSE REVOCATION

  • EXPUNCTIONS

  • NON-DISCLOSURES

  • OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES

When you need an attorney to advocate for you when you are facing the power of the State of Texas, contact Attorney Ta'Mara Foster.

MISDEMEANORS

If you are facing a misdemeanor charge in Harris County, Fort Bend, Brazoria or Galveston County, Texas, contact Ta'Mara Foster for counsel.

ADMINISTRATIVE LICENSE REVOCATION

If you are facing an Administrative License Revocation (ALR), you should act immediately to retain your rights.  If you wait, you risk having your driver's licensed suspended, revoked or denied and your driving privileges revoked.  If you need legal assistance with challenging an ALR, contact Ta'Mara Foster.

OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE

It is difficult to travel in or around the Greater Houston,

Texas area without the use of an automobile.

 

In the event that you have had your driving privileges revoked, suspended or denied, you may be eligible to obtain an Occupational Driver's License in order to drive to and from work and attend to essential needs.

 

If you need an Occupational License in Houston, Harris, or Fort Bend County, contact Ta'Mara Foster.

EXPUNCTIONS AND NON-DISCLOSURES

Having a criminal offense or arrest on your record has collateral consequences.  Criminal convictions and arrests last long after you have repaid your debt to society or rehabilitated yourself and can be a annoyance or embarrassment that you are forced to further explain away or prevent you from obtaining housing, employment, certain licenses, the right to hold a political office or obtain the right to possess and carry a firearm.

Not to mention the raised eyebrows received upon a cavalier Google search from friends, family or colleagues.

 

If your arrest did not result in a charge, or was dismissed, you may be eligible for an expungement or "expunction" of the arrest record.

If you have completed the requirements of your charge under deferred adjudication or meet other requirements of the statute, you may be eligible for a non disclosure of the charges.

 

Everyone deserves a second chance, and certain laws of our state are in favor of those who meet certain specifications.

Don't fall for a legal online "paper mill" service that will charge you to provide a background check, have a non lawyer or even computer software, draft your expunction or non disclosure paperwork and leave you to fend for yourself in court. Trust this important process to an attorney who will represent you from start to finish.

 

Contact Attorney Ta'Mara Foster for counsel on your circumstances, eligibility and representation and look forward to an opportunity for a fresh start.

FIRST OFFENSE, SECOND CHANCE

Attorney Ta'Mara Foster is passionate about helping young people accused of a crime, who are in need of a legal advocate and are serious about their future.

If you have been accused of a State Jail Felony or Misdemeanor crime in Harris or Fort Bend County for a first offense in Texas (and have no other cases closed or pending in other states), between the ages of 17 and 22 years of age, and make less than $30,000 per year, you may be eligible for reduced legal fees.

Contact Attorney Ta'Mara Foster for additional details if you meet this criteria and to discuss your case further.  

  

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