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Criminal Law

Our experienced attorneys are here to help you navigate the often confusing and complicated waters of having a criminal charge. From what your rights are during pre-trial, to the stressful process of jury trial, we will ensure that you are vigorously represented.

We are licensed to serve as criminal defense attorneys in both State and Federal Courts.

Drunk driving or driving under the influence of a drug can result in large fines, the loss of your license, and even significant jail time. There may be holes in the prosecution's case such as faulty breath tests, unconstitutional searches and more.

• Domestic Battery & Invasion of Privacy
Being charged with a crime of domestic battery or an invasion of privacy can create hurdles almost immediately. Many counties will serve you with a pre-trial no contact order which could result in you being unable to return to your home, even to retrieve your personal items that you need to live. It is imperative that you secure honest and committed counsel immediately.

• Alcohol and Drug Related Charges
• Crimes of Violence
• Vehicle Related Crimes

Any vehicle related crime can lead to:
• Crimes Involving Property
• Gun Possession
• Probation Violations
• Habitual Traffic Violator Cases
• City Ordinance/Code Violations
• Juvenile Crimes
• Modification of Sentence
• Modification of Placement
• Post Conviction Relief

Expungements and Sealing Convictions
Decisions made in the past can have adverse effects on your future. If you have previous convictions and/or arrests that you are ready to put behind you, contact us to see if you may be eligible for expungement.

Specialized Driving Privileges
Is it time for you to drive without constantly being nervous of being pulled over because your driving privileges are suspended? Have you received criminal charges due to your suspended drivers license? Contact us today to see if you qualify for specialized driving privileges.

Protective Orders
There are plenty of misconceptions about protective orders. When can you get one?
Against whom can you get one?
How do you get one?
How do you fight one that has been filed against you?
What is the difference between a "No Contact Order" and an "Ex Parte Order"?
What impact can a protective order have on your future or the future of others close to you?

We are here to answer those questions.

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