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What crimes do we have experience in defending?

What crimes do we have experience in defending?

When someone learns that we’re criminal defense attorneys, their curiosity ignites and they want to hear about what we do. We’ve represented thousands of clients throughout our careers, so we could talk for hours about interesting facts and interesting people.

What crimes do we have experience in defending?

  • Violent crimes like aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault, and homicide.

  • Domestic Violence crimes like assault, stalking, interruption of electronic communication device, civil stalking injunctions, and protective orders.

  • Theft crimes like burglary, forgery, retail theft, automobile theft, theft by deception, theft of services, theft of rental vehicle, credit card fraud, forged writing device, workers compensation fraud, and wrongful appropriation.

  • Drug crimes like possession of controlled substances (marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, mushrooms, ecstasy, molly, etc), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to distribute, clandestine lab, and illegal possession of prescription drugs.

  • Alcohol crimes like driving under the influence (DUI), open container, public intoxication, and underage drinking.

  • Sex crimes like rape, sexual abuse, sexual solicitation, lewdness, voyeurism, and revenge porn.

  • Traffic crimes like reckless driving, failure to remain at scene of accident, failure to install ignition interlock device, driving on a revoked license, and driving on a suspended license.

Behind each alleged crime is the story of a person who has a family. A person should not be judged by their worst moment. As criminal defense attorneys, our job is to tell our clients’ stories to achieve their goals.

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