Barfield Law Firm

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Meet Brooks Barfield:

Best Amarillo Attorney

We offer straight forward and down to earth legal help. If you are looking for a skilled Amarillo Attorney, Barfield Law Firm is the way to go!

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Meet Brooks Barfield:
Lawyer in Amarillo

We offer straight forward and down to earth legal help. If you are looking for a good lawyer in Amarillo, Barfield Law Firm is the way to go!

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What To DO

If you or a loved one is served with legal documents, injured in an accident, or accused of a crime, immediately call our office. We’re an Amarillo Attorney that knows how to defend you.

If you are served with legal documents, injured by the negligence of another, or accused of a criminal offense, you need to know your rights immediately. Call an Amarillo Attorney today.

Never ignore legal documents or assume the legal matter will just go away. Call us and schedule a consultation so you can get the legal advice you need from a skilled Amarillo Attorney.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

The criminal process can be complex and confusing. But it’s important to know your legal rights. The best way to be informed is to contact an Amarillo attorney as soon as possible. As an Amarillo Criminal Defense Attorney, we understand the law as it relates to the crime you’ve been charged with and will be able to help you in making informed decisions as your case moves through the process.

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APPEALS

If you’re found guilty after a trial, you’re entitled to an appeals process. This process varies depending upon the crime…

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ARRAIGNMENT

Once criminal charges are filed, you’ll make a court appearance known as an “arraignment.” If you are incarcerated, this will…

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ATTORNEY

In Texas, if you cannot afford to hire an attorney, and if you are charged with a crime that is punishable by incarceration…

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BAIL/BOND

Bail is money or property put forth as security to ensure that you’ll show up for further criminal proceedings. In…

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EXPUNGEMENT

In Texas, under some circumstances, you may be able to have a criminal record expunged, which means that the records…

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MIRANDA RULE

Under the Miranda Rule, if you are in police custody you must be informed of specific constitutional rights before interrogation…

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SEARCH

A search warrant authorizes police to conduct a search of a specific place such as your residence. In order for a warrant…

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SPEEDY TRIAL

You have a right to a speedy trial under the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which requires that…

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STOP VS. ARREST

You may be stopped for questioning by the police. A stop is not the same as an arrest because, although…

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TRIAL

Many prosecutors will consider “plea agreements,” although it’s not legally required. If you don’t reach a plea agreement with the…

Practice Areas

CRIMINAL LAW

Frequent Questions

Immediately call our office. If you are served with legal documents, injured by the negligence of another, or accused of a criminal offense, you need to know your rights immediately. Never ignore legal documents or assume the legal matter will just go away. Call us and schedule a consultation so you can get the legal advice that you need.

Call and talk to us. We can point you in the right direction. Whether it be recommending a good marital or family counsel,or making an appoint for you to come speak to Mr. Barfield in greater detail about your specific situation. It is better to do something than nothing. Get the answers you need to make an intelligent decision.

Never. In our experience by the time the officer is having you perform the field tests the officer suspects you are intoxicated, and will not allow you back on the roadway. It would be wrong for him to do so, if he honestly believes you are impaired. Be polite to the officer.

Although we can never give exact dates for the conclusion of any given case, most family law case in our office average from 90 days to six months depending on the complexity of the issues.

That is not a problem. We go out of our way to make sure we get you in to see us. Usually within 24 to 48 hours. In emergency situations the same day, even if it is after hours.

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