Southeast Alabama Criminal Defense Attorneys
Coffee County Traffic Violations Lawyers
Any criminal charge can result in serious penalties including fines, jail time and a lasting record. Even a minor traffic offense could result in a suspended or lost license. It is important to have experienced counsel and advocacy to address your criminal matter from the outset. Our attorneys at The Shirley Law Firm work strategically to minimize the impact of criminal allegations and charges on behalf of clients. Working with defendants and their families, our firm prioritizes swift resolutions to defeat charges and minimize criminal penalties.
Aggressive Advocacy to Defeat Your Criminal Charges
Every state has different criminal procedures and laws. When you are charged in the state of Alabama, you want a local attorney who understands the inner workings of the criminal justice system, including the law, the courts and the potential penalties faced by defendants. Attorneys from The Shirley Law Firm offer sound counsel and advocacy that yields results through negotiation or in trial.
- Are you worried about losing your driver's license or CDL?
- Has your loved one recently been charged with a crime?
- Have you been charged with a crime in the past and now face a second or third charge?
- Do you wonder what steps you need to take?
- Are you concerned about a criminal record or penalties upon conviction?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is time to consult with an experienced advocate who can protect your rights and interests. Attorneys from The Shirley Law Firm will take the time to understand your concerns, identify key legal issues in your case, develop a defense, and aggressively advocate on your behalf. We will review your criminal history, analyze any evidence against you, look into witnesses and backgrounds of the arresting officer, and explore your options to determine the best possible course of action.
We are experienced in traffic ticket defense, drug crimes charges, DUI and drunk driving, assault and battery, sex crimes, domestic violence, including both misdemeanors and felonies in the state of Alabama.