CRIMINAL LAW

YOU DON'T DESERVE TO BE TREATED LIKE A CRIMINAL.
YOU DESERVE TO BE TREATED LIKE AN INDIVIDUAL.
YOU DESERVE TO HAVE YOUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS PROTECTED.

Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Charges

Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Charges

Remember, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Don’t let the police bully you. The State has an obligation to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. If you talk to them, you may provide them with irrefutable evidence that will be used against you and will negatively affect your future.

Don’t talk to the police without an attorney present. If you’re not a victim, you’re a suspect.

There are several reasons you should have an attorney before talking to the police.

1. An attorney can possibly help get you released from jail sooner and get bail set.
2. An attorney can help get your case dismissed
3. Being arrested and charged for assault can have an effect of professional licenses.
4. Being found guilty of domestic violence has long term effects.
5. When being questioned by the police, you should request an attorney and refuse to talk to them until given a chance to talk to your attorney.

Jail Release

After being arrested, the police can detain you for up to 72 hours. With the help of an attorney that period of time can be greatly reduced.

Juvenile Arrest

If you are a juvenile facing criminal charges (or parent of the juvenile), you can't afford to have a criminal charge on your record. Criminal charges can sometimes remain on your record once you are an adult. You may have to disclose this conduct later on in your life, such as school applications or work applications. If you are in need of representation, call for help. Let me help you.

Misdemeanor Charges

• DUI and drunk driving, boating under the influence (BUI), flying under the influence (FUI)
• Criminal mischief
• Traffic offenses
• Theft
• Drug related crimes
• Criminal assault, domestic abuse, and family violence

Felony Charges

• Burglary
• Arson
• Rape
• Robbery
• Kidnapping
• Homicide and manslaughter
• Any of the above in aggravated form

Let me help you fight against felony or misdemeanor charges for:

• DUI and drunk driving, boating under the influence (BUI), flying under the influence (FUI)
• Criminal mischief
• Traffic offenses
• Theft
• Drug related crimes
• Criminal assault, domestic abuse, and family violence
• Homicide and manslaughter
• Possession of drugs or weapons
• Crimes of moral turpitude
• Assault charges related to self defense