A Strong Advocate For Your Alcohol Or Drug-Related Criminal Case
Whether you have been charged with DWI, accused of conspiracy in a drug bust or named as a suspect in an underage drinking case, you owe it to yourself to defend your freedom and your future as decisively as possible. Your reputation and a lifetime of opportunities may be on the line after you have been arrested or investigated over allegations of any of the following:
- Illegal drug possession or manufacturing
- Distribution or trafficking
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Driving while intoxicated (DWI)
- DWI with a child passenger
- Underage DWI
- Driving without a valid driver’s license after a DWI-related driver’s license suspension
- Underage possession (MIP) of alcohol
- Underage consumption of alcohol (MIC)
- Furnishing alcohol to a minor
- Any crime with aggravation factors involving alleged intoxication
When Carl Henry Judin III, Attorney and Counselor, is your defense law firm after a drug or alcohol-related arrest or charges, you will have more than technical legal advocacy. Attorney C.H. "Hank" Judin III is also vitally interested in helping you get the help that you need if chemical dependency is a problem.
Aggressive In Court – Nonjudgmental – Analytical – Empathetic
When you have been charged as a minor or as an adult, you can be reassured that awareness of your best interests will be at the heart of all that we do on your behalf. Rehabilitation may improve your life overall as well as improve your prospects for a favorable outcome in your criminal case. Many past clients have found this to be true.
Mr. C.H. "Hank" Judin III brings a strong track record in criminal defense over several decades. As a former prosecutor, he is skilled at reviewing evidence, interviewing witnesses and building a defense that challenges the prosecution’s case against his client, no matter what the charges.
Clients benefit from his extensive training in the area of drug and alcohol abuse and criminal defense. He is active in this area through both legal professional organizations and rehabilitation organizations. He genuinely wants clients to get the help they need, keeping them out of jail and on a path toward greater health.
He also brings extensive knowledge of alternative sentencing options. He is currently president of the Texas Association of Specialty Courts and an active member of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.