Work with a Former Prosecutor & Former Public Defender
Being accused of a criminal offense has the potential to impact all aspects
of your life. Depending on the charge, you could be facing significant
fines, jail time, probation, and the stigma of a conviction. These consequences
can jeopardize your job or career, your family, your social connections,
and your freedom. Taking steps to protect your future and that of your
family by securing skilled legal counsel immediately is essential.
Backed by substantial criminal law experience, the Roanoke criminal defense
attorneys at Magee Goldstein Lasky & Sayers, PC are well-equipped
to defend your rights. Our team includes a former prosecutor as well as
a former Public Defender who both spent years handling cases on both sides
of the courtroom in the Virginia criminal justice system. This knowledge
and experience brings invaluable insight and resources to the building
of an aggressive defense strategy designed to seek 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 defense options.
Accused of a crime?
Contact us online or at
(540) 317-3089 to arrange for a free, initial consultation about your case.
Criminal Charges in Virginia
An 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 determine 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.
At Magee Goldstein Lasky & Sayers, PC, we represent clients facing
all types of criminal offenses, including but not limited to:
We can also help you determine
expungement eligibility and pursue an expungement application to prevent a past mistake
from harming your future.