Bell County Criminal Defense Lawyers

Phillips & Ranney defends the criminally accused in Bell County, TX

Bell County is located in the heart of Central Texas, halfway between Austin and Waco. The county is home to Fort Hood, an expansive United States military facility. Criminal charges committed either off-post or off-duty can still have negative effects on your military career. Unfortunately, the military justice system seeks to push defendants through quickly, and often fails to explore every line of defense available to the criminally accused. At Phillips & Ranney, we have represented numerous people in the Bell County area against all types of criminal charges.

Are You Being Accused of a Crime in Bell County, Texas?

If you have been accused of committing a crime in Bell County, contact Phillips & Ranney to speak with our experienced criminal trial lawyers. We handle all types of criminal cases, including:

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Get an Experienced Criminal Lawyer

At Phillips & Ranney, our lawyers are very familiar with the prosecutors, the judges, and the law. We take great pride in our tireless labor to provide you with an unbeatable criminal defense. We frequently employ the expert knowledge of Austin lawyer, Keith S. Hampton. Mr. Hampton is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both criminal law and appellate law.

Our lawyers share over 40 years of experience in criminal defense. In addition, our firm boasts numerous dismissals and reduced charges on cases in Bell County. We will vigorously defend you until we achieve the best outcome for your case.

Act Quickly

If you are facing civilian criminal charges in Bell County, it is vital that you contact a criminal defense attorney right away. Do not give any statement until you have had a chance to seek legal counsel and your lawyer can begin to build your defense strategy.

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Bell County Legal Resources

Bell County Jail: A list of inmates currently in the Bell County jail (updated hourly), information on visiting and contacting inmates, and more.

Bell County Criminal Bonds: Important information on bonds, including how to check if a bond has been set, how to post a bond, and more.

The Office of the District Clerk in Bell County: To release a person or persons from jail, you must bring a cash bond to the Bell County District Clerk’s Office. You can locate this office at:

1201 Huey Road
Belton, Texas 76513

Bell County Criminal Cases FAQ: Important information, and commonly asked questions regarding criminal cases in Bell County.