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Do You Need a Texas Kidnapping - Unlawful Restraint Lawyer,Transport or Trafficking of Persons Defense Attorney?

If you are facing criminal charges for serious or violent crimes, don’t babble to the police first. Talk to us to avoid a possible life sentence.

If you’re a suspect or have been charged with a violent criminal offense, you need a criminal defense attorney immediately. Far too often people call a lawyer AFTER they’ve already talked to the police.

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT NOT TO TALK TO THE POLICE - Use It or Kidnapping - Unlawful Restraint LawyerYou'll Regret It Later!Kidnapping - Unlawful Restraint Attorney

Investigators are very good at getting people to talk. That’s what they’re trained to do. Even if you’re NOT GUILTY of the charges against you—especially if you’re not guilty—you need an attorney to speak for you. Let F. Edward (Ed) Brown, who is trained to talked to police, deal with the investigator on your behalf. What you said to me cannot be used against you in court. And all statements you make to Ed Brown are completely confidential.

One of the best crime against person defense attorney in the Waco, Temple, Killeen, Texas area has the courtroom experience and credentials that few defense lawyers can match. Ed Brown years of legal work in the Central Texas area has  earned a reputation among law enforcement officers and prosecutors that is an invaluable part of your defense.

If you’re facing criminal charges on a strike offense, let us negotiate with police and prosecutors on your behalf. Immediate investigation and early intervention can show the prosecution that their case is weak, leading to rejection, dismissal, or a misdemeanor filing rather than felony charges. This can save you thousands of dollars in bail premiums alone!

Ed Brown, Killeen violent crimes defense lawyer, works with the private investigators from Austin, Texas, located on-site in our office suite. Private investigations can pay off in successful results.

 Definitions of Kidnapping - Unlawful Restraint - Texas Penal Code ยง 20.01.

In this chapter:

(1) "Restrain" means to restrict a person's movements without consent, so as to interfere substantially with the person's liberty, by moving the person from one place to another or by confining the person. Restraint is "without consent" if it is accomplished by:

(A) force, intimidation, or deception; or

(B) any means, including acquiescence of the victim, if:

(i) the victim is a child who is less than 14 years of age or an incompetent person and the parent, guardian, or person or institution acting in loco parentis has not acquiesced in the movement or confinement; or

(ii) the victim is a child who is 14 years of age or older and younger than 17 years of age, the victim is taken outside of the state and outside a 120-mile radius from the victim's residence, and the parent, guardian, or person or institution acting in loco parentis has not acquiesced in the movement.

(2) "Abduct" means to restrain a person with intent to prevent his liberation by:

(A) secreting or holding him in a place where he is not likely to be found; or

(B) using or threatening to use deadly force.

(3) "Relative" means a parent or stepparent, ancestor, sibling, or uncle or aunt, including an adoptive relative of the same degree through marriage or adoption.

(4) "Person" means an individual, corporation, or association.

(5) Notwithstanding Section 1.07, "individual" means a human being who has been born and is alive.

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Mr. B., Thank you very much for what you did. Kenny., Iraq

Ed, I could not see my way through the day until my friend, Bob, told me about you. I really appreciate all that you did for me! You are okay in book. Neil., Alabama

Ed, As a dad and single again after 11 years, just a brief note to say thank you for your help on my case. It was a tough road and I am very satisfied with the effort you put forth on my behalf. I got my life back today.

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