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Tough Defense For Any Criminal Allegation
Being accused of a criminal offense has the potential to affect all aspects of your life. Depending on the charge, you could be facing significant fines, jail time and the stigma of a conviction, which can jeopardize the well-being of you and your family. Take steps to protect your future and theirs by securing skilled legal counsel right away.
We Know Both Sides Of The System
Backed by substantial criminal law experience, the defense lawyers at Magee, Goldstein, Lasky and Sayers PC are well-equipped to defend your rights. Prior to representing persons accused of crimes, attorney Wolfrey served as a prosecutor. Attorney Tyson represented indigent persons while serving as a public defender.
They will apply the knowledge they obtained while working on various sides of the criminal justice system to your case to build an aggressive defensive strategy designed around your best possible outcome. That may be a case dismissal, a reduction in charges, restoration of driving privileges, or probation depending on the facts and specific circumstances of the charges, the prosecution and the available defenses.
Breaking Down The Opposition’s Case
Effective defense in any criminal matter often requires finding the weakness in the prosecutor’s case against you. Was a traffic stop unjustified? Is the credibility of a witness questionable? Is the evidence against you inadmissible?
In a nutshell, we work to undermine the prosecution’s case for a conviction by uncovering holes in their arguments. Finding the defects of charges against clients has been proven to be an effective tactic time and again.
Our firm represents clients facing all types of criminal offenses, including:
- Drunk driving charges, both first-offense and subsequent DUIs
- Drug crimes, including controlled substance possession and distribution
- Public drunkenness and underage drinking
- Theft and shoplifting
- Assault and battery
- Sexual assault and rape
- On campus crimes
- Traffic offenses, including speeding and reckless driving
We can also help you determine expungement eligibility and pursue an expungement application to prevent a past mistake from harming your future.
Arrested? Contact Us Right Away.
You should not speak to the police without first talking to an attorney. If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a crime, call us at 540-343-9800. You can also reach the firm by email.