Criminal Defense Help in The Woodlands, Conroe and Montgomery County
Having evaluated and negotiated thousands of criminal cases while serving as a chief prosecutor in the public sector, Nicole has the ability to evaluate cases from the perspective of both the prosecution and the defense. This is a major benefit to her clients. She has the expertise to give real-world advice about the risk and benefits of pursing justice with either a judge or jury trial. Her dual perspective gives her clients the advantage of having an attorney who can identify the value of a case, and therefore able to advocate the very best resolution for their case.
Nicole has experience in all levels of criminal prosecution. A career trial attorney, she has tried criminal cases in the justice of the peace, misdemeanor, and felony courts. She is familiar with the judges, and well respected in the legal community. Nicole has handled hundreds of misdemeanor cases, and has extensive jury trial experience with a wide range of offenses.
No Case is too Big or too Small for Nicole to Handle
She has over 12 years of criminal experience in cases including, but not limited to, the following:
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of a Controlled Substance
- Driving While Intoxicated
- Driving with an Invalid License
- Assault (including Family Violence)
- Theft (Financial Crimes)
- Engaging in Organized Crime
Having built the white-collar crime and civil division at the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, Nicole was then selected for her skill and experience to build the major crimes division. During her tenure, she was directly involved with narcotics officers in the investigation and prosecution of large-scale narcotics offenses (multi-kilo cocaine, marijuana, meth and heroine cases). Nicole gained invaluable experience as the major crimes division chief where she prosecuted all major drug cases with first-degree felony amounts.
As a chief prosecutor in two specialized divisions at the Montgomery County district attorney’s office she learned how the Department of Justice conducts investigations, and how the district attorney’s office conducts grand jury presentations, jury trials, criminal forfeitures and bond forfeitures.