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Joseph Mick Aguilera

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Whether you are charged with DWI or a serious felony offense, it is critical that you have strong legal representation to defend your case. The state of Texas has harsh penalties and a failure to properly defend the case can result in a lengthy jail or prison sentence. Texas still has the death penalty, and in certain murder cases the prosecutor will be seeking the death penalty. Never face a serious criminal charge without an experienced San Antonio Attorney to fight for you, whether DWI, burglary, rape or other criminal offense, as a San Antonio criminal lawyer I am prepared and ready to fight for you

Position Organization Location Duration
Attorney Law Office of Joseph Aguilera San Antonio Texas 01/1990 - Now
State / Court Date
Texas 1989
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  • Scene By SA Best Lawyer 2011-2012
  • Criminal Defense 1000 Cases
    Felony Defense 1000 Cases
    Misdemeanor Defense 1000 Cases

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Fee:Free Consultation

Service Type:Private

Language:English, Spanish


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San Antonio, TX 78212

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