Every person in this country is entitled to a constitutional presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law by evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. Persons charged with a crime who maintain their innocence deserve the best possible defense put forth by defense lawyers that know the criminal law and procedure. Even persons who desire to plead guilty because they willingly broke the law deserve assurances that their constitutional rights are protected throughout the criminal process. Representation by a competent criminal defense lawyer provides those assurances.
In recent years, new laws involving medical marijuana and drunk driving have been passed by the state legislature. Some law enforcement agencies and even some judges do not understand or do not properly apply these laws. The new “Super Drunk Driving” law can significantly affect your privilege to operate a vehicle for years. Our law firm keeps up with all the latest developments that come out of the legislature as well as the appellate courts to provide you with the guidance you need when your freedom is threatened by law enforcement or an over-zealous prosecutor.
Our firm is experienced in providing you the best criminal defense in the following areas of criminal law, simply click on the link to learn more about the substantive crime of interest:
- domestic violence
- assaultive crimes
- resisting and obstructing
- Ethnic Intimidation
- breaking and entering
- home invasion
- white collar crimes
- criminal appeals
- sex crimes
- felonies, misdemeanors, and civil infractions
- felony child support defense
- personal protection orders
- child abuse and neglect
- juvenile offenses
- medical marijuana
- alcohol-related driving offenses
- “Super Drunk” Driving
- drug possession and distribution
- commercial and retail fraud
- driving on suspended license
- traffic misdemeanors
- violation of probation hearings
- bond violations
- municipal ordinance violations
- sentencing alternatives
In the event you, a family member, or someone you care about, is charged with a crime, contact a lawyer as soon as possible prior to discussing the matter with the authorities. If you already have been arraigned, you may need to consult with an attorney prior to your first pretrial or prior to the preliminary examination. Time is always “of the essence” in criminal proceedings.
Our law firm’s reasonable legal fees and flexible payment options will provide you with the peace of mind that comes with the assurance that your rights will be protected and your defense will be asserted during these proceedings from the strength that comes with knowledgeable and prepared counsel. Contact us for additional information about securing legal representation or to schedule a free consultation.