Criminal Defense

  • Violent Crimes
    Violence is legally defined as a behavior by person against another person(s ) or property that intentionally threatens, attempts, or actually inflicts physical harm. The seriousness of the injuries to the victim(s), whether or not guns or other weapons were used and/or whether or not the alleged perpetrator has a criminal record will alter the crime's seriousness. In the United States criminal defendants are entitled to the presumption of innocence until prosecutors prove each essential element of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt. If you are charged with a violent crime it is important to secure legal representation as quickly as possible.

  • DUI (Driving Under the Influence) & DUS (Driving Under Suspension)
    Drunk Driving, Driving while Intoxicated, Driving under the Influence – all are terms referring to the act of operating a motorized vehicle while being under the influence of drugs or alcohol or a combination of both. It is a serious criminal offense that can result in the loss/suspension of license and in some cases, heavy fines or even imprisonment. If your license is suspended and you are caught driving, you will be subject to further fines and penalties.

  • Driver Offenses
    There are a broad range of driver offenses ranging from driving without proof of insurance or an expired plate up through speeding or other potentially dangerous offenses. If you are written up for multiple offenses and are in danger of losing your license, an attorney may be able to help reduce the fines and/or penalties leveled against you.

  • White Collar

  • Drug Cases

  • Internet Crimes

  • Child Porn

  • Embesslement

  • Inceom Tax Evasion

  • Post Conviction Relief

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