Criminal Law

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At some point, you may find yourself accused of and charged with a crime that you did not commit.  Unfortunately, you may be charged with a crime that you did commit.  In either circumstance, there is no reason to underestimate the negative impact a criminal charge or subsequent conviction can have on your life.  

Whether facing a lesser, misdemeanor offense or a more serious felony charge, you are entitled to legal counsel and should seek experienced legal counsel. Certain charges including, but not limited to, driving under the influence (DUI), domestic assault, and theft, can result in serious penalties such as: loss of license, hefty fines, bond conditions prohibiting contact with a loved one or re-entry into your residence, loss of weapons, and/or severely increased penalties for second offenses.

No matter what criminal investigation or charges you may be facing, please remember - do not speak to law enforcement or any third parties without first consulting legal counsel.  Law enforcement are not required to be truthful during interrogations and failure to seek counsel prior to making statements to police may lead to misunderstood "admissions" or other legal complications in the future.

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