Just because you have been convicted of a crime does not mean you’ve lost your chance at justice. With a criminal defense attorney who is experienced in appellate cases on your side, you may still be able to achieve a positive outcome in your case.
Jason has successfully protected clients facing a wide variety of felony and misdemeanor criminal charges at the appellate level, including (but not limited to):
- Assault, battery, and other violent offenses
- Burglary, larceny, and other forms of theft
- Domestic violence and/or abuse
- Drug crimes
- Federal crimes
- Probation violations
- Practicing medicine or law without a license
- Unlawful possession of a firearm
At Jason Horton Law, Attorney Jason Horton is licensed to practice in higher federal and state courts in Texas and Arkansas. He has had great success in pursuing our clients’ best interests on appeal, and he is prepared to do the same for you. If you wish to appeal a prior criminal judgment against you, you are in good hands with an experienced Texarkana criminal appeals lawyer.
Call (903) 226-8335or contact us online to schedule your free, in-person consultation. We are prepared to provide same-day appointments if necessary.
What Sets Jason Horton Law Apart from Other Criminal Defense Firms in Texarkana
When it comes to his clients, Attorney Jason Horton is personable, accessible, and highly relational. Most attorneys are ego-driven, but Jason has developed a reputation for being trustworthy and practicing law with integrity. In fact, members of law enforcement and other people in the criminal justice industry often call Jason Horton Law when they need help.
Attorney Jason Horton, has also received a variety of honors for his outstanding practice of criminal law, such as:
- AV Rating
- SuperLawyer in criminal and appellate law
- National Trial Lawyers Top 100
- 10 out of 10 AVVO rating
- ALT Magazine’s Top Lawyer
Don’t wait any longer – call Jason Horton Law now at (903) 226-8335.
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If you’ve received an adverse judgment, don’t wait a minute longer to begin the appeals process. State and federal appellate courts have strict rules regarding when and how appeals can be filed, and you owe it to yourself to consult a seasoned legal professional as soon as possible and begin developing a strategy.
When you call Jason, he will be forthcoming about the likely outcome of your case and give you legal counsel you can trust. He never makes promises we can’t keep, but he does promise to work as hard as possible to do everything within his power to help you..