When you are facing criminal charges you want straight, thoughtful, honest answers to your questions. Some may promise you the moon when they are trying to land you as a new client, but in reality they know that they can't deliver on some of the claims they made. You will always get straight honest answers from us, not just something that we think you want to hear.
When you are in trouble, you want information and options. Since 1995 we have been providing answers to our clients. Just look at the following three common questions people have, but don't know where to go to get the information.
1. People want to know, "How do I choose an attorney, I've never needed one before." Send us an e-mail, at email@example.com, and ask for our "Five Tips for Choosing a Lawyer," and we will send you the information that will make that decision easier, with no obligation on your part.
2. People involved in the justice system for the first time are often overwhelmed with everything that is happening in such a short amount of time. Just drop us an e-mail, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and ask for "What to Expect in Court," and we will send you the information you are seeking about what to anticipate in your upcoming court case. Having this FREE information can give you a lot of peace of mind.
3. Perhaps you have been arrested or even just been questioned and now wonder what if anything will happen. You should be aware of some of the things the prosecutor doesn't want you to know. Shoot an e-mail to email@example.com and I will provide you at no cost or obligation, "Five Things the Prosecutor Doesn't Want You to Know."
We know there are lots more question out there for example:
"What should I know if I am arrested?"
"Bail, can it be eliminated or reduced; if I need a bondsman how do I find one I trust?"
"What is my worst case scenario, best case scenario, and my likely scenario based on my facts to the charges?"
"Do I have any options other than jail?"
The list could go on and on, and does, but you can contact us for a FREE case evaluation. We have been providing solutions to individuals' problems and questions for over 18 years. If you need help with a felony or misdemeanor, whether you're an adult or have a child facing a juvenile court proceeding, we can help.
When you get a DUI you are facing a battle on two fronts - one in the criminal justice system the other with the DMV who will be trying to take away your license. We will help you on both fronts and explain how they are related and how they are uniquely different. I will provide you with a couple of significant tips that many attorneys will often overlook with regard to both the justice system and the DMV.
Whether it is a DUI, drugs, theft crimes, domestic violence, assault and battery, vandalism or any other crime we are here to help you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us take away your worries and anxieties, and make sure your rights are protected and you are defended with skill and know-how.