Before A Jury You Need Heath Hyde On Your Side
After representing Federal and State Feloney defendendents in more than 400 jury trials, Trial Attorny Heath Hyde is known throughout North Texas as the legal problem solver.
Heath Hyde, Attorney at Law
Your Legal Problem Solver
Heath Hyde represents defendants in Federal and Texas felony cases such as financial fraud, drug conspiracy and even violent crimes such as assaults, rape, and murder cases.
Education And Bar Admittance
- Texas A & M University, B.S., 1993
- Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, J.D.
- Admitted to the Texas Bar 1996
- Handled over 7500 criminal cases
- Extensive trial experience with over 400 jury trials
- Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Dallas County,Texas 1996-2006
- Prosecuted 87 murder cases with a 100% conviction rate
- Represented Clients in 43 different counties in Texas
Free Initial Consultations
When your freedom at stake choosing who will advise and represent you is probably your most important decsision. That’s why Mr Hyde offers a free initial legal consultation. Every case is different, and the free consultation is your opportunity to get into the particulars of your case and get an hosest legal assesment of your situation.
Trial Attorney Heath Hyde represents defendants in a wide range of Texas Felony and Federal Cases.
Texas law is very strict when it comes to drug charges. How stiff the penalties are largely depends on the quantity of drugs that were on your person, the past convictions or charges brought against you, whether or not there was additional paraphernalia or large amounts of cash found with the drugs, and what attempts were made to conceal the drugs.
White collar crime got its moniker from the fact that those involved are generally office workers, who wore the white shirts and black ties, versus laborers that wore blue work shirts. Times and wardrobes have changed and the crimes have become more widespread in the computer age.
These are the most aggressively prosecuted and heavily penalized of the crimes you can commit, especially in the state of Texas. Unlike other offenses, being charged with a violent crime can destroy your future job prospects, land you decades in prison, and even get you sent to death row. It’s important to take these charges seriously because you can be sure the prosecution will.
An appeal typically starts by drafting an appellate brief, and arguing the case before a panel of judges, if the court grants permission to do so. Many times in criminal court a defendant is found guilty on charges because of the lack of certain evidence of innocence or errors by a previous attorney.