Our general criminal trial practice
Criminal law involves prosecuting criminal cases and representing criminal defendants. We defend individuals charged with all forms of criminal misconduct, including:
Felonies & Misdemeanors:
Felonies are considered highly serious crimes and can include (but aren’t limited to) rape, murder, arson, robbery and burglary. They are accompanied by a jail term of at least one year. Misdemeanors are generally less serious offenses and are often punished with monetary fines.
It is a crime to use, possess, manufacture, and/or distribute drugs classified as having a potential for abuse, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, morphine and amphetamines.
This is the act of driving a motor vehicle with blood alcohol content (BAC) levels in excess of .07.
This is the act of driving a motor vehicle with blood alcohol content (BAC) levels in excess of .08. The DUI charge can also apply to someone driving under the influence of drugs or controlled substances.
Juvenile delinquency is defined as participation in illegal behavior by those under the age of 18. Depending on the type and severity of the offense committed, it is possible for youth under 18 to be charged and tried as adults.
There are two types of violations. A moving violation is any violation committed by a driver while a vehicle is in motion. The act of “moving” distinguishes it from other violations like parking violations, equipment violations, or paperwork violations relating to insurance, registration, inspection, etc. We specialize in defending clients charged with driving while suspended, driving while uninsured, and fleeing the scene of an accident (also called a “hit and run”).