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Something about how this law office works with many different types of law, including criminal/federal cases and family law, here’s a further look at what each of these entails.
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Criminal Law

  •      Felonies

Murder/Manslaughter

Assaults

Family Violence (2 or more or continuous)

Aggravated Assaults (including w/ deadly weapon)

Assault of a Public Servant/Security Guard

-Possession of a Controlled Substance

—Synthetic Marijuana (4 ozs. or more)

—Cocaine

—Meth

—Marijuana (4 ozs. or more)

– Sexual Assault (including of children)

– DWI (3 or more or with a child in vehicle)

-Kidnapping

-Robbery

-Illegal Possession of a Firearm

-Motions to Revoke (Felonies or Misdemeanor probation)

-Misdemeanors

–DWI/D

—Appeal of License Suspension for refusal a blood draw/breathalyzer or testing over the limit

—Occupational License

–Assaults

—Family Violence (including assault on someone with a dating or former dating relationship)

—Simple or Causing Bodily Injury

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Product / Service #2

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Product / Service #3

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