Mike Monks, Houston criminal defense attorney
Getting charged with a crime is one of the most painful ordeals that you will ever have to experience. As an accused individual, you still have rights. And your rights must be defended in court by an aggressive criminal defense attorney.
Mike Monks, a partner at the Monks Law Firm in Houston, is leading criminal defense attorney in the area. Mike has over 30 years of experience defending clients that have been accused of felony and misdemeanor assault, drug possession, DUI/DWI, and other criminal charges. He works diligently to ensure that his clients get a fair trial in the court of law.
Having effective representation in criminal court is key in securing the best possible outcome for your case. If you or your loved one is facing charges or has been charged, you need to contact Mike Monks today. Click here to request a consultation.
Criminal Defense Areas
Mike Monks specializes in many criminal defense areas:
The Texas Controlled Substances Act makes it illegal to have certain drugs in your possession. These drugs are on a schedule called Penalty Groups, which range from I (the most serious) to IV (least serious). Marijuana and LSD are not placed into any Penalty Group. Regardless, the penalties can be severe; so severe that you may be facing a significant prison term. | Learn More
DUI / DWI
DWI is taken very, very seriously by local law enforcement. Anyone that faces drunk driving charges faces serious consequences in the event of a conviction. Moreover, drunk driving cases in Texas have a process that moves quickly by design. This is no different in Houston area courts. In fact, the Harris County District Attorney’s office is among the most aggressive in prosecuting drunk driving cases. | Learn More
Unlike most other states, Texas treats assault and battery as the same crime. In fact, Texas law only refers to “assault and battery” as “assault”. However, assault charges have a great degree of variance in scope. | Learn More
Misdemeanor assault occurs when an individual commits an act of statutory assault against another. However, state law specifically notes when an act of statutory assault warrants a misdemeanor charge. | Learn more
Don’t see the particular criminal charge that you or your loved one is facing listed above? That’s okay. Mike Monks may still be able to help you and represent you as your criminal defense attorney. Click here for a consultation.