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Houston, Texas, Drug Charges and DWI Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with a criminal offense in a federal or state court in Texas, it doesn't make you a bad person. In fact it doesn't even make you guilty of the crime. At the Law Office of Joseph Salhab, we have seen thousands of good, respectable people face the nightmare of being charged with a crime. Anyone can be accused. In the case of DWI, all it takes is the accusation of a single police officer.
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Our firm has focused exclusively on the area of criminal defense law since we opened our doors in 1988. Senior attorney Joseph Salhab is a former prosecutor who provides more than 24 years of criminal law trial experience. At the Law Office of Joseph Salhab, we always remember that your case is the most important thing in your world right now. That's why we will work with you as if you are our only client. Every case is unique because every person and family is unique.
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Attorney Joseph Salhab has received the AV rating* and is a Texas board-certified criminal law specialist. Together with associates at our firm, Mr. Salhab has earned a reputation for integrity among federal and state judges and prosecutors. Our only goal is to make sure that your rights are zealously protected as we fight for the best possible outcome for your case. Call our offices to learn what so many satisfied clients know — when you are facing the worst time of your life, there is no substitute for passionate and experienced legal representation on your side.
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