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CRIMINAL DEFENSE IN CONROE, TEXAS
Have you had criminal charges filed against you? We know how stressful it can be to represent yourself, especially when you’ve broken the law. Our law office in Conroe specializes in criminal defense cases of all complexities – whether it be a traffic violation, drug felony charge, or anything in between. Discover how we can help you find a positive resolution to your case by scheduling a free consultation with our Conroe criminal defense lawyers.Contact Us
Law Office of Todd Lehn
DWIHave you been faced with a DWI charge in Montgomery County? Driving while intoxicated isn’t handled lightly in the State of Texas. Once you’re released from custody, your DWI arrest will carry a Criminal Charge and Administrative License Revocation (ALR) that will need to be addressed within strict time limits. Todd Lehn knows what it takes to help you make the best decisions moving forward, and will give you the resources necessary to face your charges with confidence.
Possession of MarijuanaHave you been arrested for Possession of Mairjuana or other illegal drugs? These types of criminal charges can carry serious consequences, including a driver’s license suspension, so it’s important to have an experienced and trusted lawyer on your side. Todd Lehn works hard to understand every aspect of your case to ensure that you’re given the best legal representation possible. Todd will help you understand the process and help you make the right decisions while navigating the criminal justice system.
Traffic Tickets & Class “C” MisdemeanorsMany tickets carry risks far beyond a simple fine and court costs. Paying a ticket can lead to a suspension of your driver’s license, loss of your right to own or possess firearms or ammunition, or being convicted of a crime of moral turpitude, among other things. It can also lead to a permanent entry on your driving record or criminal history record.
Unfortunately, court clerks and police officers often give motorists inaccurate information, so it’s important to understand what you're really facing by speaking with an experienced lawyer. Todd Lehn is the former head prosecutor for all of the Justice of the Peace Courts in Montgomery County and he has handled thousands of cases in those courts. He also has vast experience handling cases in the municipal courts in Montgomery County. Todd can give you straightforward legal advice which will likely save you time and money, as well as possibly saving your driving record and criminal history record.
Theft CrimesBeing arrested or ticketed for a theft crime can lead to disastrous consequences, even if it is your first offense and was something as small as a shoplifting violation. If you are convicted of theft, a permanent entry on your criminal history record will occur, and you will potentially face problems obtaining a job or finding a place to live, and you will never be allowed to serve on a jury. Theft is considered a crime of moral turpitude in Texas. Having an experienced Montgomery County Criminal Defense attorney on your side is key to receiving a favorable outcome. Todd Lehn examines every aspect of your case to help you make the right decisions for your future.
Public IntoxicationBeing arrested for Public Intoxication immediately puts a mark on your criminal history. Todd Lehn can help you understand how to achieve a successful outcome on your case, which can ultimately lead to the ability to have that mark removed from your criminal history. His team will take the time to learn the details of your case and to advise you properly in order to get your record cleaned up.
Occupational Drivers LicensesIf you’ve had your driver’s license suspended or revoked, maintaining employment can be difficult. Our law office has the resources and expertise needed to help you obtain an Occupational Drivers' License (ODL). This restricted license enables you to drive during essential times of the day under certain circumstances.
DPS License Suspension HearingsDid you just pay off all of those old tickets? Or, have you received several moving violations in a short period of time? If so, you are likely to receive a “Notice of Driver’s License Suspension” in the mail from the Texas Department of Public Safety for being a habitual violator. There is a short deadline to request a hearing, so it’s important for you to get help as soon as possible. Todd Lehn is experienced in dealing with these hearings and can provide outstanding legal representation when it’s time to face the judge.
Hunting & Fishing ViolationsIn Texas, hunting and fishing violations can be difficult to understand and can lead to serious consequences and heavy monetary penalties. As an avid outdoorsman, Todd appreciates the need for these laws, but recognizes how even the most ethical hunter or fisherman can have trouble understanding and following many of the laws and regulations. Todd Lehn is familiar with these laws and regulations and can help you understand your rights and protect your interests.
Driving ViolationsIf you’ve been charged with a driving violation, Todd Lehn is here to help. He represents clients who have been charged with Racing, Reckless Driving, hit and run, driving without insurance, Driving While Intoxicated, and traffic accidents. Todd and his team will look at all aspects of your case to determine the best course of legal representation and to be an advocate for you every step of the way.
Expunctions & Non-DisclosureHaving a criminal history can hold you back from future opportunities for employment, education, financial aid, food stamps, or other government assistance. While most convictions can’t be removed from the public record, Texas law allows for the removal of information regarding arrests, charges, or convictions under certain circumstances. Todd Lehn and his assistants will examine your situation to determine which options might be available to help clean up your criminal history record.
What areas of town do you service?
Our law office is located in Conroe, Texas, and we only practice in courts located in Montgomery County, Texas.
Can you help settle a case out of court?
Yes! In many cases (traffic tickets in particular), you’ll never have to show up for court. Higher charges such as DWI and Possession of Marijuana may require you to appear before the judge.
Do you take non-criminal cases?
No, we do not take any family law, personal injury, or civil cases. Our law office is focused exclusively on criminal cases, giving us the ability to uniquely meet our clients’ needs.