Clients who face criminal charges are confident in Mr. Blizzard and Mr. Zimmerman’s ability to defend them vigorously with personal attention given to each case. Because Mr. Blizzard has worked both in prosecution and defense, he has a unique insight into the prosecution’s goals and strategies, and they put this knowledge to work for the benefit of his clients.
To discuss a state or federal felony criminal investigation, arrest, charge or conviction with an Abilene criminal defense attorney or Midland criminal defense attorney contact Blizzard & Zimmerman.
Learn how the attorneys and staff at Blizzard & Zimmerman can protect your rights and fight for your freedom during a free consultation. They are criminal defense lawyers who will give your case personal attention and understand that the nuances of a case must be thoroughly examined to arrive at the most effective strategy.
Blizzard & Zimmerman handles State and Federal criminal cases including:
- Assaults (Misdemeanor or Felony)
- Drug Crimes (Possession, Trafficking, Sale & Distribution)
- Sex Offenses (Sexual Assault, Indecency with a Child, Sexual Abuse)
- Child Injury and Neglect
- Assault Family Violence
- Robbery, Arson, and Criminal Mischief
- Burglary (Building, Habitation, Vehicle)
- Thefts (Misdemeanor & Felony)
- Homicides (Murder, Reckless Homicide)
- Habitual Offender Crimes
- White Collar Crimes (Fraud, Computer Crimes, Money Laundering)
- Organized Crime
- Weapon Offenses
- Drunk Driving (DWI/DUI)
- Habitual DWI
- Traffic Violations
- Reckless Driving
- Driving While License Invalid (DWLI)
In Texas, crimes are divided into felonies and misdemeanors. Both can carry serious consequences and require personal attention and dedication to secure your freedom and protect your fundamental rights of liberty. Federal criminal cases require unique attention to detail and knowledge of the federal criminal system, which moves very quickly compared to state cases.
Find out how Jacob Blizzard and Matt Zimmerman can work to help you put on a strong defense, either to defend you from a conviction entirely, or to present the judge or jury with your side of the story so that you will have a good chance to serve as lenient a sentence as possible.