Attorney John L. Venza continues his achievements in getting favorable results in criminal court. Just in the last week, he has accomplished some impressive victories for his clients. He had 3 cases dismissed, two for the charge of Assault – Family Violence, and one Assault Causes Bodily Injury case. His clients were completely free from facing the repercussions of a conviction, which would have been extensive. In family violence cases, there can be real consequences with regard to access to your children, as well as mandated treatment, fines and a conviction on your permanent criminal record. Any violent crime accusation, even if a misdemeanor, can have long term repercussions.
He also negotiated a plea deal for one client who was facing charges of Possession of a Controlled substance with Intent to Deliver, (greater than or equal to four grams but less than 200 grams). As the defendant was facing a first degree felony, and had a prior felony conviction, the potential sentence (which was enhanced) would have been a minimum of 15 years and as long as life in prison. The deal henegotiated with the prosecutor was for 2 years, and the client will be eligible for parole within the next month.
If you are facing a criminal charge, you want to know that you lawyer takes your case very seriously, and will be relentless in fighting for any advantage for you. At the Law Office of John L. Venza, you can be confident that your case will be given the attention and focus it deserves at every point of the legal process. As a former prosecutor, Mr. Venza has extensive experience at trial, and a real knowledge about how to present a case to the court that has a better chance of success. The firm is 100% criminal defense and has achieved prominence in the Fort Bend, TX area. If you are facing a criminal charge, you should find out more about the firm before you make a decision.
The Law Office of John L. Venza, Jr. defends against all types of misdemeanor and felony charges throughout the area of Fort Bend, Sugar Land and the surrounding communities.