Building A Strong Criminal Defense

There is no such thing as a "minor" criminal charge. Even a conviction for a misdemeanor will result in a criminal record that will follow you for life, which can make it difficult to find employment, housing or to qualify for certain loans. When there is so much on the line, you need help from a lawyer who can help you build a strong criminal defense.

Attorney Kate Bihm understands the criminal justice system from both sides. As a former Montgomery County prosecutor, she knows how these cases are tried, and she is prepared to put her knowledge and experience to work for you. Call The Bihm Firm, PLLC, in Conroe at 936-647-2779 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.

Defending Against A Wide Range Of Criminal Charges

Kate's criminal law practice involves defending against a variety of criminal charges, including:

Drunk driving: DWI/DUI charges can happen to anyone. A conviction can result in steep fines, the loss of driving privileges and even jail time. Do not attempt to fight these charges on your own. Kate will work hard to protect your rights and your driving privileges every step of the way.

Drug offenses: A large part of Kate's practice is dedicated to helping clients protect themselves against drug charges. Whether you are facing simple possession charges or serious drug trafficking charges, Kate will challenge the evidence at every turn.

Record sealing and expungement: A single mistake should not haunt you for the rest of your life. Certain charges that did not result in a conviction may be sealed from public view or expunged altogether. Kate can let you know what your options are for moving forward.

Issues surrounding probation: Navigating the rules and requirements of probation can be difficult. Even an innocent slip-up can result in your being sent to jail or prison for a lengthy period of time. Kate understands the probationary system in Texas and can serve as an effective advocate if you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation.

Protect Your Rights. Contact A Lawyer As Soon As Possible.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, it is important to seek skilled legal counsel right away. Call 936-647-2779 or complete an online contact form to schedule an appointment with Kate Bihm.