If you’re accused of a crime, I can help you:
- Get answers to your questions
- Keep your driver’s license
- Keep your job
- Keep your liberty
Innocent people are convicted of crimes every day. Even people who have committed a crime are entitled to due process and a vigorous defense. If you’ve been accused of a crime, you’re facing a legal battle against a prosecution team backed by government resources whose job it is to get a conviction. Let me use my knowledge of the law, my research into your case, and my relationship with local prosecution attorneys to help you get the best possible outcome for your case. Protect yourself and your family. Call me today.
What can we do for you?
- Review the evidence and determine what is admissible or inaccurate
- Investigate to find witnesses and documents that help your defense
- Interview possible witnesses for the prosecution for errors and exaggerations
- Review documents of the prosecution for flaws and omissions
- Negotiate with prosecutors, if appropriate, to:
- reduce your charges
- get alternate punishments like work-release or community service
- enroll you in a diversion program to avoid conviction
If negotiations fail, I will try your case. If your case goes to trial, I will defend you vigorously and fully.
If you’re arrested:
- Contact a lawyer immediately. My number is 256.564.7474 if you need me.
- Do not answer any questions without your lawyer present. Remain silent.
- Do not discuss the facts of your case with anyone except your lawyer.
- Make a list of witnesses with phone numbers and addresses; get the list to your attorney.
DUI Warning – In order to avoid an automatic suspension of your Driver’s License, we must contact the DPS (Department of Public Safety) within 10 days of your arrest.
Marijuana Warning – Even in cases that do not involve driving, a plea or conviction on possession of marijuana can result in suspension of your driver’s license.
Fast action on your part is important! Evidence and witnesses disappear and without the advice of an attorney, things you say to law enforcement officials - even before you’ve been formally arrested - may harm your case. Call now: 256.564.7474.
- Drunk Driving
- Alabama Traffic Tickets
- Marijuana charges
- Methamphetamine charges
- Cocaine charges
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs
- Paraphernalia and Drug ingredient charges
- Manufacturing and cultivation crimes
- Juvenile drug charges
- Trafficking and large scale sales
- Small scale narcotics sales
- Domestic violence
- Armed robbery
- Aggravated assault
- Assault and battery
- Breaking and entering
- Statutory rape
- Sexual assault
- Indecent exposure
- Internet pornography
- Failure to register
- Lewd and lascivious conduct
- Identity theft
- Credit card fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Internet fraud
- Computer hacking
- Health care fraud