For many clients, being charged with a criminal or traffic offense is both an uncommon and frightening experience. A criminal conviction has the potential to impact on your family, career, and other aspects of life for months or years to come. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys will assist you from the start to help ease your concerns and prepare you for the court process. We conduct a thorough consultation interview designed for us to fully understand the particular facts of the case and to take into consideration each client’s unique circumstances so that we are equipped to accurately advise you and formulate the appropriate trial strategy. We pride ourselves in our availability and the level of commitment and care that we show to each of our clients.
In addition to being resources you can depend on throughout the trial process, our primary role is to be outstanding advocates for you. Our criminal defense attorneys have experience to provide quality representation in DUI; driving on suspended/revoked license; reckless/improper driving; speeding; drug possession; probation violation; assault; resisting arrest; obstruction of justice; shoplifting, and many other cases.
Your attorney will work toward achieving the best possible outcome for you in your case. Factors exist in a significant number of cases that support a dismissal or reduction of the charge or a favorable plea bargain. In other cases, it is more appropriate to proceed with a trial on the merits. It is important that you meet promptly with an experienced attorney to discuss your specific circumstances that will ultimately determine the course most appropriate to take in order to achieve the best possible result.
If you have been charged in a criminal or traffic matter it is important to remain calm and refrain from making any rash decision to plead guilty or no contest. Instead, we invite you to contact our criminal defense attorneys to answer your questions regarding what to expect, what positive steps you can make in advance of your hearing date, and how we can best prepare for court.