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Criminal Defense Lawyers For Atascosa, Wilson, Bexar & Karnes Counties

Frio County Criminal Defense Lawyers

Attorneys for DWI, Domestic Violence, and Drug Charges in Pearsall, Texas


It can be overwhelming when you face misdemeanor or felony criminal charges. While lesser offenses may lead to a suspended driver's license and expensive fines, violent crimes and high-level fraudulent financial activity can result in long term incarceration that can devastate your family and your future, including employment prospects. A conviction may follow you around for decades or the rest of your life, even if you never make another serious mistake.

At BCP Criminal Defense Attorneys, we understand the potential long-lasting impact of these charges. That is why we do everything in our power to keep a conviction off your criminal record. Our attorneys include judges and former prosecutors whose legal acumen can be invaluable in negotiations for dropped or reduced charges.

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Case Results

  • Continuous Sexual Assault

    Client faced anywhere between 25 years to life in prison for the offense. After an exhaustive jury trial, he was found not guilty.

    Felony Assault by Choking

    Client faced anywhere between 2 and 10 years in prison. After investigating facts and presenting evidence to the District Attorney, case was dismissed.

  • Aggravated Assault

    Client was accused of a violent stabbing and faced years in prison. After presenting sufficient evidence to sway the district attorney's office, case was dismissed.

    Family Violence

    Client faced up to a year in the county jail. After extensive preparation for trial, case was dismissed by the state prior to trial.

Criminal Offenses in Frio County, Texas


Whatever criminal allegations you face, BCP Criminal Defense Attorneys will provide a strategic defense you can believe in. Our lawyers possess extensive experience in a wide array of cases, including:

A conviction that stems from any of these crimes can have a wide-reaching impact. Traffic citations can lead to driver's license suspension or revocation that makes it difficult to earn a living and perform daily family duties. Violent crimes, sexual offenses, and high-dollar criminal financial activities often involve jail or prison time and heavy fines. For those found guilty of murder in Texas, the death penalty remains a possibility at sentencing.

As part of your defense, BCP Criminal Defense Attorneys will conduct a complete investigation of all evidence, including police reports and witness statements to look for discrepancies. We will determine if law enforcement violated your rights through illegal search and seizure or in another capacity. Through intense scrutiny of all available information, and enlisting valuable witnesses who can support your case, we will create the necessary plan of action to achieve the best possible outcome.

Criminal Offenses and Charges

Expunction in Texas


Through the expunction process, you may be eligible to have an arrest or conviction removed from your criminal record, which can provide various benefits, including increased employability. This includes crimes not formally charged, dismissed charges, and misdemeanor guilty pleas or convictions, including first-time DWI. 

BCP Criminal Defense Attorneys attorneys will assess the offense you wish to expunge to conclude whether it qualifies for a petition for expunction. If it does not, it may qualify for a nondisclosure order that limits who can access your criminal record.

Contact a North Pearsall Defense Attorney


If you face criminal allegations, it is imperative you secure representation from a skilled and accomplished lawyer who will vigorously advocate for you throughout the legal process. Entrust BCP Criminal Defense Attorneys with your case. To learn how BCP Law can begin your defense today, contact a Moore criminal defense lawyer at 830-769-1010. We also serve clients in Hilltop and Bigfoot.

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Testimonials

  • “Barrera was my attorney for a criminal and misterminor case. I couldnt ask for a better attorney. At first I was a little nervous because he is a very quiet man, but when he is up there asking questions and cross examination Stephen is amazing and I knew i would be alright. We won both cases with no plea deals. I would recommend Stephen Barrera to everyone. I wish his law firm many years of success. Thank you for helping me keep my freedom.”

    - Laura Egelston

  • “Chris was very professional and knowledgeable of what I was needing taken care of. He handled everything for me and I am so very grateful for his help. I would highly recommend him and his firm. Thank u Chris and Im looking forward to remaining friends. Thanks again, Michael Levick”

    - Michael W. Levick

  • “I was really impressed with Christopher Cavazos and how well he knew the law. On several occasions hes given us valuable legal advice and has been respectful and professional no matter how many questions we had. I recommend him to everyone I know!”

    - Tracy Garcia

  • “Stephen is wonderfully articulate. He has a very organic way of explaining things so that they are clear, concise, and comprehensible to the average person; that coupled with his level of professionalism, empathy, and direct line of communication makes for an easy endorsement and recommendation.”

    - Andrew Sanchez

In The News


Jury acquits Karnes City man in 2012 bar stabbing

September 20, 2018

Nearly everything went wrong for the prosecution in last week's murder trial at the courthouse, and jurors spent little time finding Jeffrey Reyna not guilty in the 2012 stabbing death of Jimmy Garcia. While the defense relied upon Reyna's DNA not being present on the weapon suspected as being used in the killing, prosecutors were depending on eyewitness testimony to implicate Reyna.

Various factors deliver "not guilty" verdict

Wilson County News, May 31, 2017

Attorney Stephen C. Barrera was explaining possible factors in the "not guilty" verdict in an April 24-27 jury trial of Robert Azevedo. Barrera and Attorney Brian Powers defended Azevedo against charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a police officer, and three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, after a September 2015 event.

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