Frederick Criminal Defense Attorney
Do you offer a payment plan?
For clients who need this accommodation we do offer payment plans.
Why do I need a criminal defense attorney?
An attorney has studied the law and the legal system for many years and works diligently to stay current as the laws are constantly changing and evolving. A most important function of a Frederick criminal defense attorney is to explain your legal rights and help you to ensure they are not violated. Keep in mind that a prosecutor works on gaining convictions of people charged with crimes and has the full resources of criminal investigators on his or her side. You need the help of an experienced lawyer on your side fighting for you, otherwise you are "out gunned".
What if I can't come to your office during regular business hours?
We make every effort to be fully accessible to people who need help. We make a point of quickly responding to phone calls. A criminal defense lawyer at our firm is dedicated to assisting a client to achieve a positive result to any legal difficulty and will be flexible about appointment times.
Does my criminal case have to go to trial?
Most criminal cases are resolved outside of the courtroom. A criminal defense attorney can inform the prosecutor that the evidence isn't strong enough to gain a conviction or of new facts which police reports didn't make known in order to get charges dropped or lowered. Negotiating lesser penalties with the prosecution is an important service which allows clients to avoid unfairly harsh penalties. If it is necessary to go to trial in order to get justice, you will need a skilled criminal defense lawyer who is a respected litigator.
Can my attorney help with MVA hearings concerning a DUI / DWI charge?
Your attorney should ensure the MVA hearing is requested correctly and can appear at the hearing to fight a suspension of your driver's license and can fight for a hardship license so you can continue to drive.
Contact a Frederick criminal defense attorney for skilled legal representation.