Criminal Defense

We know that people make mistakes and we believes it is your Constitutional right that you are innocent until proven guilty. However, not every law attorney will find this to be true, that is why we work hard as your Criminal Defense attorney to protect your rights and fight in your defense for your case.


Homicide is the killing of another human being, regardless of intent. Criminal homicide sentences vary and depend on the severity of the crime. Criminal Homicides include first degree murder, second degree murder, and manslaughter.

Drug Charges

Manufacturing, distribution and possession of substances such as methamphetamine and cocaine are restricted on a federal and state level.

Property Crimes

These crimes typically relate to theft, shoplifting, larceny, arson, burglary, robbery, and vandalism. Property Crimes depend a lot on the factors involved with the crime such as what was stolen and the amount stolen, if force was used or weapons, and injury.

Sex Crimes

Each state has their own laws dealing with various sex crimes such as indecent exposure, sexual assault, prostitution, rape, and statutory rape. Regardless of the crime, people convicted will be registered sex offenders.

Crimes Against a Person

Whether it is threat or actual bodily harm, it is still considered threat against a person. These crimes include assault or battery, hate crimes, harassment, kidnapping, domestic violence, and stalking.

Crimes Against Children

Child abuse, child pornography, child abandonment, and statutory rape are some of the most sensitive crimes to be involved with because they are centered around a child. Any signs of these crimes are required to be reported immediately.

Fraud and Financial Crimes

By definition, financial crimes occur when a person illegally takes money or property with the intent to gain from it. These crimes include bribery, fraud, mortgage fraud, racketeering, embezzlement, identity theft, tax evasion, and money laundering.

Alcohol Crimes

Driving under the influence, minor in possession of alcohol, open container, and public intoxication are referred to as alcohol related crimes. Alcohol can also play a role in other crimes, including manslaughter, which is why alcohol crimes are a serious matter.

Your freedom is not something to take lightly. If you have been charged with a crime and are facing a misdemeanor or felony, remember you do not have to face the charges alone. Contact us today and receive the help you need.

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