Richmond Criminal Defense Lawyer
For most people, being accused of a crime may be the most frightening experience of their lives. Whether you made a poor decision or were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, your freedom, your future and even your life may now hang in the balance.
At the Richmond law firm of Whaley Paules, LLC, we represent individuals facing a range of criminal charges in state and federal court such as:
- Assault and battery
- Conspiracy to distribute narcotics
- Criminal fraud
- Domestic violence
- Driver’s license suspension
- Drug crimes
- Parole and probation violations
- Traffic violations
- Weapons charges
- White collar crimes
Defending The Rights Of The Accused Throughout Virginia
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime or is under investigation in connection with a crime, there is no time to waste. Contact a skilled Virginia criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The police and prosecution begin building a case against you from the moment you are considered a suspect. That gives them an advantage. Fortunately, my nearly three decades of experience defending people against crimes in local, state and federal courts throughout Virginia help us overcome that advantage and ensure that we are prepared for any potential maneuver by our opposition.
When our firm takes a case, we begin immediately — quickly and thoroughly reviewing the details of your case. When possible, our attorneys seek to have the charges against you dismissed or reduced. If that is not possible, we prepare a vigorous defense and argue tenaciously on your behalf. The goal is to protect your rights and obtain the best possible result in your case.
Let Whaley Paules, LLC Fight For You
Every individual has the right to a strong defense. At the Richmond, Virginia, criminal defense law firm of Whaley Paules, LLC, every client is treated with the same level of respect and attention, regardless of the size of your case. Contact us online or call the office at 804-234-3844 to discuss your criminal defense or plaintiff’s personal injury case today.