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Of all the criminal acts you could be accused of, Murder is one of the most frightening and worrisome. As a death penalty State, Texas hands down extreme punishments for murder “beginning at the moment of arrest. You may be denied bail. You may lose friends and family. You may receive the harshest possible penalty” even if the death wasn’t your fault.


AVR Law Firm can fight for you. With a background in criminal criminal defense, A.Vega Rubio knows exactly how murder charges and trials in Texas are pursued, and how best to defend your rights and freedom.


Our lawyers will help take away a large degree of the fear and uncertainty involving the proceedings by educating and informing you about the charges and next steps you need to take. We’ll examine your case with exacting attention to detail, so that we may challenge evidence and testimony being used to assert your guilt.


“Remember” you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. We will not let the stress and strain of a murder accusation convince you to act in any other manner than that which reinforces your innocence.

If a person reasonably believes under the circumstances apparent to them that they are under the immediate threat of deadly force from another person, they are entitled to use deadly force to protect themselves. Therefore, self-defense is always a possible defense in murder cases. A jury views the circumstances from the standpoint of the person accused of causing the death of another person. This means that if any reasonable person in that circumstance would believe that they were under the immediate threat of deadly force, then they are entitled to use deadly force.


Our defense attorneys in Austin, Texas understand that a murder charge places your life on the line and we will defend you with the energy and dedication those stakes require. Contact AVR Law Firm immediately if you are being investigated or have been charged with murder. A strong defense is one that starts today.

It is important to hire an experienced murder attorney to defend against these cases because the possible penalties are so severe. Without having an attorney that knows all the possible defenses and ways to challenge the prosecutor’s evidence, a defendant will not have a chance of winning the case.

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