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Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense attorneys in Killeen

If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, the next step you take is important. The Carlson Law Firm has extensive criminal law experience. We will work every angle to help the charges be lowered or even dropped. If you have any criminal charges, please don’t hesitate to contact The Carlson Law Firm for a complimentary consultation.

  • Assault

    Assault is the use of physical force to purposely harm or injure another individual. When offensive contact is made, a misdemeanor or felony charge can be administered.


    Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a federal offense. Driving under the influence in Texas carries heavy fines, jail time and a loss of your driver’s license.

  • Drug Crimes

    If you are faced with possession, cultivation, trafficking, distribution or any other form of criminal drug charge, you may be facing a very difficult situation. There are defenses for drug charges, however, so get the help you need today.

  • Military Criminal Defense

    If you are in the military and are charged for a criminal offense, it is important to let The Carlson Law Firm help. We are experts in Article 15, discharge upgrades, Court Martials and separation boards.

  • Sex Crimes

    There are many different types of sex crimes, such as prostitution, sexual assault, indecent relationship with a minor and child pornography. All of these charges can lead to serious penalties. These situations must be handled with sensitivity.

  • Traffic Offenses

    Common traffic violations include DUI/DWI and hit & runs. These may be termed “Common” but they can come with very stiff penalties. Call us to get the legal assistance you need.

  • Violent Crimes

    A conviction for a violent crime can result in harsh penalties. Common violent crimes include murder, kidnapping, assault and domestic violence. The punishment for these crimes can include prison sentences, fines, and rehabilitation programs.