Criminal Defense

  1. Expungement of criminal records – where an individual with a criminal record can seek that the records of previous crimes be sealed, thereby making the records unavailable through the state or Federal repositories.
  2. Criminal appeals – a person accused of a crime has the opportunity to call upon a higher court to review a lower court’s decision.
  3. Criminal forfeiture defense – property that is subject to forfeiture is taken from its owner without compensation because of its use in illegal activity.
  4. DUI defense – (Alcohol, Drugs, Implied Consent, Less Safe)
  5. Traffic tickets
  6. Serious traffic violations – including traffic misdemeanors and felonies like hit and runs or vehicular manslaughter.
  7. Drug charges – both misdemeanors and felonies
  8. Drug possession – such as trafficking, or intent to distribute
  9. Theft Charges
  10. Shoplifting charges
  11. Serious Felonies
  12. Juvenile – (Delinquent) charges / Juvenile deprivation cases – for individuals under the age of 18 years old.
  13. Domestic Violence
  14. Probation revocation hearings – where a judge at the hearing will review the reports of the probation officer and will determine whether to revoke the probation and incarcerate the individual or reduce the original sentence.
  15. License suspension (ALS) – a driver’s license is taken away by law enforcement at the time of the offense or stop by police upon the failure or refusal of a chemical test.
  16. Administrative hearings – a trial-like proceeding before an administrative agency or law judge. An administrative hearing is often shorter in duration and more informal in nature.