Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyers
Facing State or Federal Criminal Charges?
If you are suspected of having committed a misdemeanor or felony offense, you need professional legal services from an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Avoiding potential penalties such as jail time, license loss and fines can be achieved if you make the right decisions from this point forward.
The very next decision that you must make is who will stand between you and the prosecutor in charge of your case – this is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. While that decision is up to you, we implore you to hire the best criminal lawyer you can from the outset given the potential life-long consequences that can follow a conviction for a criminal offense. Should you decide to entrust your legal matter to our law firm, you have our solemn promise that we will put forth a 100% commitment into successfully resolving your case.
We Offer a Thorough & Aggressive Legal Defense to Our Clients
When it comes to protecting a client from potentially life-changing penalties, our lawyers fight at any cost. No stone is left unturned, and the only concern we have is the outcome of his or her case – this is what we understand is expected of us. If you’ve been charged with any of the below crimes, let us prepare an aggressive legal defense and fight on your behalf.
This normally includes:
- Assault and battery
- Weapons charges
- Drug possession
- Drug distribution
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Domestic violence
- Ex-parte/protective orders
- Child endangerment or abuse
White Collar Crime
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax evasion
- Theft by deception
Theft & Robbery
- Credit Card Offenses
- Rape and statutory rape
- Sexual assault
- Indecent exposure
- Third/fourth-degree sex offenses
- Sex abuse
- Sex offender registration
The Importance of Hiring an Experienced Maryland Attorney
Sometimes good people make bad decisions, and sometimes law enforcement agencies make mistakes. In either case, the result is the same: a person is arrested and is required to prove his or her innocence in an imperfect judicial system. “Innocent until proven guilty” is a belief that police officers, prosecutors, judges and jurors are supposed to have, but the unfortunate reality is that you must prove your innocence or lack of guilt.
Unless presented with a strong legal defense, the prosecutor and judge in charge of your case will only hear one side of the story. When the outcome of your case and potentially the rest of your life depend upon how the facts of your case are perceived by these very people, it is imperative that your side of the story be presented by an experienced attorney after thorough investigation and legal analysis. Sometimes the presentation of such facts leads to charges being reduced or dismissed, and sometimes these facts must be presented at trial. In either scenario, if you chose our law firm to represent you in court you can rest assured that we will fight at every stage of the process using our combined experience and influence to achieve a successful result.
Contact Us for a Free, Confidential Consultation
Whether you’ve already been charged or you suspect you’re under investigation, now is the time to speak with an experienced criminal lawyer. You can reach us at (410) 783-9230 via E-mail for a free, confidential consultation. We look forward to helping you.