My practice is focused on defending those who have been accused of committing crimes. Facing criminal charges of any kind is scary, regardless of how big or small. The fact of the matter is a conviction can ruin your life for yours after fines have been paid and completion of incarceration. When the stakes are high, you need someone who will fight for you. Regardless of the type of case, I will investigate the facts thoroughly, analyze the law effectively, and discuss with you your options.
We have all been there. You are driving along, minding your own business when suddenly you notice flashing red and blue lights in your rearview mirror. You are being pulled over by a police officer for a traffic infraction.
Despite the inconvenience, conviction of traffic offenses can lead to points on your license, increased automotive insurance rates, and possibly the suspension and/or revocation of your driver’s license. Many of these consequences can be avoided. Do not let a traffic ticket ruin more than just your day. You are absolutely making the right decision to consult with a lawyer.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
A common criminal offense a person will be charged with is Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Make no mistake: these are serious charges. The seriousness of the charges can vary depending on if it is a first or subsequent offense, whether it is charged at the municipal or state level, and more. DWI/DUI convictions can lead to serious ramifications to your daily life, including suspension and revocation of your driver’s license. You are absolutely making the right decision to consult with a lawyer.
Despite public opinion shifting, the War on Drugs is still alive and well. Whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony, if you or a loved one have been accused of possessing illegal substances, possession with the intent to distribute, distribution of illegal substances, manufacturing of illegal substances, these are also serious charges that could follow you for the
rest of your life. The seriousness of the charges will vary on a variety of factors, including whether or not the accused is a habitual offender, which illegal substance was found, how much of the illegal substance was found, and more. Drug convictions, especially felonies, can follow you for a very long time. For many, it can prevent them from getting good jobs. You are absolutely making the right decision to consult with a lawyer.
Other Criminal Defense Matters
Regardless of what you have been charged with, I encourage you to contact me so we can discuss your cases.