If you are an individual or business owner who has been charged with an environmental crime, you have the legal right to talk to an attorney before speaking to the government. Even if you are innocent of the alleged crime, it is important to get an attorney involved at an early stage.
The DeBorde Law Firm in Houston offers defense to individuals and corporate clients charged with a range of environmental crimes. Contact attorney Nicole DeBorde, a former Harris County prosecutor, for an aggressive response to the government's case against you. We offer a free initial consultation.
Attorney Nicole DeBorde has nearly 20 years of experience defending individuals charged with a range of criminal offenses. She defends both individuals and corporate clients charged with:
Businesses and corporations are required to comply with a host of environmental and pollution laws. Attorney DeBorde assists clients who have been charged with violating state and federal pollution laws including the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act. She represents clients in matters involving the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other agencies.
An environmental crime conviction can yield severe penalties including hefty fines and incarceration. Many accused of environmental crimes are unaware of any wrongdoing. Many are business owners whose employees have been accused of the alleged crime. However unaware of the charges you are, the prosecution will proceed relentlessly.
If you or your company has been accused of an environmental crime, it is important to minimize your risk for potential penalties by talking to an experienced lawyer. Our firm will do an extensive investigation of the charges and determine your best defense strategy.
If you have been contacted by the government regarding an alleged environmental crime, you have the legal right to speak to an attorney before you answer any of their questions.