Baird Law Firm specializes in the practice areas listed below. Charlie Baird has served clients in the Texas criminal justice sentence for more than 35 years. He will defend you vigorously and protect your constitutional rights.
If you’ve been accused of any of the crimes or are being investigated by police, don’t delay. Get an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
The crimes below are serious allegations and at Baird Law Firm we take these allegations and your liberties seriously.
Assault occurs when one person injures another with the threat of violence.
Aggravated assault is an assault which criminal laws normally punish more severely due to seriousness. Factors which elevate an assault to an aggravated assault normally include the use of a weapon, the status of the victim, the intent of the perpetrator, and the degree of injury caused.
Domestic violence is a crime of abuse, violence, or threatening behavior that is committed within a family structure. In some cases, authorities who are aware of an alleged crime may file charges even if the victim does not wish to.
Indecency with a Child
Indecency with a Child is when a person exposes their body knowing a child is present or causes the child to expose his or her body for sexual gratification of the alleged perpetrator.
A child pornography case involves a person creating or distributing any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor (persons less than 18 years old).
Protective Order Violations
A Protective Order violation is when any person violates a court order instructing a person to desist from abusing or harassing another person.
Kidnapping is forcibly taking another person. Penalties are stronger if there are additional circumstances such as kidnapping a minor or kidnapping during a carjacking.
Murder, manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide involve a person who takes the life of another without justification.
Sexual assault is an assault of a sexual nature or any sexual act committed without consent on an adult. It can also be “statutory rape” if with a minor (persons less than 18 years old).