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Police Officer Defense

We Fight for Justice and to Protect Our Protectors

News media outlets can put a great deal of focus on police brutality cases whenever they arise, but it is important to realize that most law enforcement officers are honest, hard-working individuals who would never dare think to unlawfully harm a citizen or violate someone’s rights. If you are a police officer in the state of Texas and you are currently undergoing department investigations for dangerous, abusive, or criminal behavior, Police Officer Defense Attorney D. Chris Hesse can stand up for your rights and protect your freedom, career, and wellbeing. As a former United States Marine, he knows that sometimes those who defend the people of America need strong defense of their own.

Why should you choose Attorney Hesse? Consider what sets him apart:

There is no time for hesitation. Schedule your free case evaluation today.

Our Duty is to Uphold Your Rights

When a police officer goes out on patrol or is assigned to respond to a criminal disturbance call, they can never know exactly what to expect. Although the men and women of law enforcement are experienced professionals, it is understandable if this air of uncertainty still causes added pressure and stress from time to time. It is important that any disciplinary actions taken against a police officer be balanced to the alleged violation. It is even more critical, however, that the officer be given the opportunity to explain their side of the story and defend themselves.

A police officer may face discipline if they are accused of:

  • Using undue force or violence against a suspect
  • Unlawfully removing protesters (preventing free speech)
  • Conducting illegal searches and seizures
  • Striking an innocent when firing upon an armed and dangerous criminal

We Offer Free Initial Consultations to Police Officers

Your career may be focused on enforcing the law but that does not mean you are going to be precisely familiar with all the intricacies and legalese of the system. Rather than attempting to protect yourself from harsh disciplinary action after an alleged wrongdoing on duty, let our Amarillo police defense attorney do it on your behalf.

You can contact us whenever you are ready to get started.

Recent Reviews & Testimonials

  • Fearless Advocate

    “Chris is a fearless advocate for his clients and worked tirelessly to represent them.”

    Kristin Brown

  • He is a hard-working, aggressive lawyer.

    “I endorse this lawyer. He is a hard-working, aggressive lawyer. He has an impressive resume and prior military experience. I have watched him in battle, he is fearless. Judges can be harsh and intimidating but Chris is dauntless. He won't back down and won't be bullied. A true soldier in the courtroom.”

    Brian Middleton

  • Chris is very dedicated and is willing to go the extra mile.

    “Chris is very dedicated to his clients and to justice in general. I have met few like him that are willing to go the extra mile to do everything ethically possible to zealously protect the accused.”

    John Theadgill

  • Chris is a dedicated criminal defense attorney

    “Chris Hesse is a dedicated criminal defense lawyer who puts the needs of his clients first. Clients of Chris Hesse have the benefit of a lawyer who has not only served as a prosecutor for the State, but who also is a seasoned defense lawyer and a U.S. Marine. Simply put, Chris is a fighter. Chris and I have worked on criminal defense matters together, and I am an eyewitness to the zeal and courage he brings to the table for those he defends. I fully recommend Chris Hesse for any person in Texas in need of a zealous criminal defense.”

    John Venza

  • He works hard for his clients and is not afraid to fight

    “Chris Hesse is a dedicated criminal defense background, who works hard for his clients and is not afraid to fight it out with the Government Agents who are trying to put his clients in prison.”

    Matthew Curl