Strong And Affordable Criminal Defense

Whether you are accused of a traffic offense or a serious felony, criminal charges can have a lasting impact on your life. The choices you make – such as talking to the police or going to court alone – will influence the outcome of your case.

The best choice you can make is to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Kyle Knapp has practiced in criminal defense for 16 years. You can count on him for compassionate advice and skilled representation at reasonable rates.

Unique Perspectives In Criminal Law

Kyle Knapp’s diverse background in the criminal justice system works to your advantage. He has been licensed to practice in Texas since 1994. He began his career as a deputy sheriff and then served three years as a prosecutor. Those experiences in criminal investigations, making arrests and building a case gave him key insights and courtroom experience that he now uses to defend the accused.

Kyle’s qualifications led to an opportunity to serve as a municipal court Judge. As a Judge, he heard all sides of the story and interacted with defense attorneys, prosecutors, defendants, law enforcement, witnesses and juries. In his work as a private criminal defense lawyer for the past decade, those multiple perspectives help him to view the “big picture” of your criminal charges and formulate the strongest defense.

We Take Your Case Seriously

Mr. Knapp has represented people at all levels of the criminal justice system, from traffic tickets that carry only a fine all the way up to first-degree felonies punishable by life in prison.

Whatever your criminal charges, we aim to answer your questions and put you at ease so you understand what’s happening and make clear-headed decisions at each stage of the legal process. Our goal is to prevent the consequences of a criminal accusation from ruining your future. Along those lines, we can help you qualify for record expungement of an old arrest.

At Knapp Law Office, we offer a free initial consultation and Spanish translation services. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, but call us day, night or weekend if you or a family member has been arrested. You can reach us at 940-294-3015 or contact us online.