Have you been arrested for a federal crime in Houston, south Texas or anywhere in the United States? If so, you owe it to yourself and your family to consider what respected, responsive legal representation can do to brighten your long-range legal future.
That's what we offer at the Hochglaube & DeBorde Law Firm in Houston, founded and headed by dynamic former Harris County prosecutor Nicole DeBorde.
Attorney Nicole DeBorde's years as a prosecuting attorney can work in your favor when she handles your federal criminal defense case. She knows from experience how prosecutors think. Her keen knowledge of the inner workings of federal cases and her harmonious working relationships with judges, juries and prosecutors can be assets for you, too.
If you're a Texas resident or out-of-state visitor who has been investigated for, arrested for or charged with a federal crime, contact the Hochglaube & DeBorde Law Firm today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Ms. DeBorde wants to hear the details of your case and explain how she can help — the same way she's helped so many other clients for nearly 20 years.
Nicole DeBorde's prestigious Houston criminal defense law firm excels at handling federal cases involving matters such as:
The Hochglaube & DeBorde Law Firm understands federal sentencing guidelines and can eloquently speak for your rights while handling your appeal in a federal appellate court or during post-conviction proceedings as well. Ours is a full-service, statewide criminal defense law office with 24/7 availability to you and your family's questions, issues and concerns.
When you work with attorney Nicole DeBorde, what you see is what you get: a dedicated and experienced legal advocate at your side. From your initial consultation to your federal court date, an eloquent advocate of your right to due process and a lawyer acclaimed throughout the state of Texas.
Federal crime charges are serious business. Our trusted Texas lawyer is just as serious about successfully defending you by providing respected, responsive representation.