CHAPPELL, LANEHART & STANGL

806.765.7370

HOW OUR LAW FIRM CAN HELP YOU

Dropped
Charges

In many instances, we can have your case dropped before charges are even filed.

Reduced
Charges

We can negotiate with the Prosecutor for drastically reduced charges.

Trial
Defense

If inadmissible evidence is a factor we can file a Pre-trial “Motion to Suppress.”

Reduced
Sentences

In the event of a conviction, we can persuade the court for more lenient punishment.

About Chappell, Lanehart & Stangl

The attorneys at Chappell, Lanehart, & Stangl work as a team, collaborating to bring more than 50 years of collective experience to build a winning strategy for your defense. When you seek our legal advice, we will fully explain the legal process controlling your case. When you leave our office after your free consultation, you will understand the charges and the consequences, and you will be confident your case is in good hands.

Chappell, Lanehart & Stangl is one of the oldest criminal law firms in Lubbock, and boasts two specialists board-certified in the field of criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization—Chuck Lanehart & Fred Stangl. Our criminal defense attorneys are known for their aggressive pursuit of justice and for their commitment to zealous advocacy. Chappell, Lanehart & Stangl focuses its practice on professional criminal defense for individuals and businesses. Our attorneys have built a stellar reputation in Lubbock and throughout Texas for top-notch criminal defense.

Our Expertise

Our Lubbock criminal defense law firm has successfully represented thousands of clients facing alleged violations of federal laws, Texas state laws, and local laws. Chappell, Lanehart & Stangl believes there are no unimportant clients, and every accusation against a client is worthy of impassioned defense. We continue to hone our skills every day in order to continue to provide the best possible outcome to your case. Our expertise is unmatched in the following fields of law:

ACCUSED OF A CRIME?
CONSEQUENCES OF A DWI CONVICTION
HOW TO HELP YOUR LAWYER

News

Chuck Lanehart Represents Texas Tech Student Charged in Officer Death

19-year-old Hollis A. Daniels III has been held on $5 million bond for a capitol murder charge and a federal weapons theft charge. If convicted, Daniels could face life in prison without parole or the death penalty. Lanehart released a statement on October 16th as the defendant's attorney and spokesperson. The statement expressed remorse and…

Caprock Chronicles: Week of October 15th

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Surviving Hurricane Harvey: Houston Lawyers and Others on the Ordeal

"I’m a lawyer, so I guess I rescue people when they’re in trouble.” —Robert Fickman, Houston When the full scope of the Hurricane Harvey tragedy became evident, I was struck by the enormity of the disaster. I wondered how people like me, people in the law business could survive such a challenge. I wondered how…

Colleges Urged to Handle Title IX Differently

Under Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, Title IX no longer requires a preponderance of proof for evidence during student sexual assault charges. Although the preponderance of proof model is no longer required, it is still optional. Texas Tech has issued a statement that they won’t change how Title IX cases are handled. Read the full…

Fred Stangl Discusses Second Chance DWI in Texas

A new law that went into affect September 1st, 2017 gives some DWI offenders a second chance. Fred Stangl was interviewed by Fox34 to discuss how an individual convicted of a DWI can get their record sealed. As Stangl points out, not every DWI offender can get a sealed record, and this outcome is different…

What We Will Do To Fight For Your Case

Free Initial Consultation

Obtain and review police reports pertaining to your arrest or criminal investigation.

Obtain Police Reports

We listen to what did and didn’t happen, ask pertinent questions, and assess the potential strength and/or weaknesses of the case.

Compile A List

Compile a list of possible witnesses and statements concerning your case. Interview and question all parties concerned.

Visit The Scene

Visit the scene of the arrest or alleged crime, combing for evidence while notating irregularities or conflicting information.

Background Check

Conduct a thorough background check of all potential witnesses and involved parties, looking for information helpful to your case.

Hire A Private Investigator

Hire a private investigator when applicable, to prove or disprove essential elements to your case.

Reliability of Evidence

Employ an independent laboratory to test, document, and testify as to the reliability of evidence and / or samples related to your case.

Evaluate The Chain of Events

Evaluate the chain of events leading up to and resulting in your arrest and detention.

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