Criminal Defense

Expungments & Clean Records

An expungment helps millions of everyday citizens continue to live productive, successful lives after making a mistake. An expungment removes any entries from an individual’s criminal history record. Unless a person gets an expungment, BOTH ARRESTS AND CONVICTIONS REMAIN! This remains vital to remember as anyone, especially potential employers, can view arrests never resulting in...

Sex Crimes

If you are charged with a federal or state sex crime, it is vital to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. Sex crimes are difficult charges to defend against and call for representation from an experienced defense attorney. Depending upon the offense, Punishments arising from a conviction are severe and can include lifetime...

Appeals and PCRAs

Appeals and PCRAs When a case is important enough to appeal the decision to a higher court, every attorney desires to achieve the best possible chance for a positive outcome. A criminal appeal is not a retrial. It is the process whereby attorneys raise and respond in writing and orally to legal errors which may...

Drug Crimes and Narcotics Offenses

Drug Crimes = Serious Time Drug crimes and controlled substance offenses present some of the most serious charges a person may face. A drug conviction has many direct and collateral consequences including imprisonment, financial costs, and a loss of civil rights. Drug crimes, without violence can result in sentences up to and including life imprisonment and...

DUI and DWI Charges

If charged with DUI or DWI Don’t be a Deer in the Prosecutor’s Headlights DUI and DWI, otherwise known as driving while under the influence is one of the most successfully prosecuted criminal offenses. Between video tapes, dash board cameras, iPhones, and courts liberally allowing Officer’s observations, obtaining a defense attorney early is essential to safeguard...

Parole and Probation Violations

Parole and Probation Violations Parole and probation violations refer to suspected bad acts by a person while supervised by a criminal justice agency. Whereas, probation happens after a person’s release from custody, onto supervision upon an agreement to comply with agency rules. Parole occurs after an inmate’s release, but before completing their sentence, they agree to...

Gun and Weapons Offenses

Gun and weapons offenses, comprise serious criminal offenses carrying potential life imprisonment sentences. While the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution, does give American’s the right to keep and bear firearms, a plethora of case rulings, and laws creating a complex legal patchwork. The law broadly defines a weapon as any object, not including...