Criminal Defense Manassas, Prince William County
Whether you would prefer an in-person or phone consultation, our criminal lawyers are available and ready to discuss your case for free. Every criminal and traffic case has a unique set of facts and circumstances, which is why our criminal lawyers do not set a time limit for consultations. Regardless of whether you were arrested for DUI or DWI first offense or arrested for a felony DUI or felony charge, our criminal lawyers take as much time as needed to ensure prospective clients understand their specific criminal charges and how their attorney will build their defense. If you were arrested for drunk driving, shoplifting, domestic assault or any other criminal or traffic offense, our criminal attorneys will answer your questions, address your concerns, and discuss possible outcomes of your case for free. Contact our office today to schedule for your free consultation with a criminal lawyer at: (703) 542-1803.
If you are facing a criminal charge in Northern Virginia, such as DUI or DWI, drunk driving, domestic assault, larceny, driving under the influence, a felony charge or marijuana possession, you should act quickly to discuss your specific case with an experienced criminal lawyer or DUI lawyer. You will be under no obligation to retain our criminal lawyers or DUI lawyers during your free consultation. However, attending your court hearing without an attorney (pro se) is never a good idea, especially if you have been arrested for a felony DUI, DWI or a drug possession charge. These crimes, along with domestic assault, theft crimes and some juvenile crimes, may result in jail time, license revocation, heavy court fines and more.
The Commonwealth of Virginia categorizes most traffic and criminal offenses as either misdemeanors or felonies. It is difficult to understand fully what the specific penalties of your criminal charge may be. Certain criminal charges, such as larceny, DUI and drug possession may be either misdemeanor or felony offenses, which is why you should consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to understand your specific criminal charge. If convicted of DUI in Fairfax or a drug charge in Prince William, some of the DUI penalties you may receive are jail time, a suspended driver’s license, ignition interlock, alcohol classes, court fines or a combination of penalties. Consulting with an experienced lawyer for criminal cases as soon as possible is always in your best interest.