Assaults and Aggravated Crimes

Bringing physical harm to another person may be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending upon the severity and circumstances of the assault. By starting your defense early, you give your criminal defense attorney a chance to get to the bottom of the charge brought against you, helping to ensure you get the most reasonable charge.

Bond Reductions - Bail is based on many factors, including the severity of a crime and a defendant's financial means. In spite of this, bail is frequently set at levels defendants can't reasonably afford. When you feel your bail is unreasonable, and can provide a valid argument as to why, you may be able to get a bond reduction from the court to lower your bail to an amount you can afford.


When you are facing the possible revocation or abjudication of your probation, you cannot wait for the judge to make a decision. Whether you made a mistake or not, you need to start working with the court on a way to make amends and meet the terms of your probation right away.

Juvenile Criminal Process

If your child has been arrested, barring unusual circumstances, he or she will face trial in the juvenile justice system. While the juvenile criminal process is similar to that of the criminal courts, it is not the same, and your child needs a criminal defense attorney with experience in juvenile criminal matters.