Have you been arrested or charged with a criminal offense? Your freedom is worth a lot, and choosing the right attorney will affect you for the rest of your life!
We know prosecutors will go through great lengths to ensure you are convicted and how public-defender offices are unfortunately too overloaded with cases to ensure that your rights are adequately protected. The criminal justice system is not a fun place to be. We are all human, and yes, people do make mistakes, but often times, people are wrongfully accused of committing crimes.
Regardless of your situation, you could be facing jail time, prison time, fines, or the thing that most people don’t think about before pleading guilty – collateral consequences. A criminal conviction will follow you for the rest of your life! Pleading guilty to certain crimes may prohibit you from getting a job, obtaining government aid, voting, owning or possessing a firearm, etc.
Contact our office today so you can have someone by your side that knows the judicial system and is eager to fight for your rights!
Also, if you are not a United States citizen and are charged with a crime, the government may seek to have you deported. Because we also practice Immigration Law, we can ensure that non-citizens are appropriately advised of the immigration court processes and the consequences that your criminal case will have.
Our Criminal Practice Areas Include:
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
- Assault Offenses – Including Aggravated and Family Violence
- Disorderly Conduct and Fighting
- Theft/Theft of Services
- Criminal Damage to Property
- Criminal Mischief
- Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Hearings – Due to DWI Arrest
- Robbery and Aggravated Robbery
- Burglary of a Vehicle, Building, or Habitation
- Drug Charges – Possession of Paraphernalia, Marijuana, Controlled Substances, Intent to Deliver, Manufacturing/Delivery
- Probation Revocation and Motions to Proceed with Adjudication of Guilt
- Expungements and Orders of Non-Disclosure
- Sexual Offenses
- Sex Offender Violations
Grand Jury Packets
After a felony arrest, your case must be sent to a Grand Jury before the State can proceed with the charges against you. In certain situations, we may have the opportunity to present evidence to the Grand Jury and get your case “no-billed” or dismissed before you are indicted.