Practice Areas

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Domestic Assault

Weapons Offenses

Drug Offenses

Bail Hearings

Property Crime

Criminal Harassment

Sexual Offenses

Auto Accidents

Domestic Assault

Understanding Domestic Assault

Domestic assault refers to any physical or emotional abuse, harassment, or threatening behavior that takes place within a domestic relationship, such as between spouses, partners, or family members.

Physical/emotional abuse
Serious legal penalties

Harmful to victim

Weapons Offenses

Consequences of Illegal Weapon Use

Weapons offenses involve the illegal use, possession, or distribution of firearms, knives, or other weapons. These offenses can carry serious penalties, including fines, imprisonment, and loss of firearm privileges.

Illegal weapon use/possession

Serious legal consequences

Physical harm/death risk

Drug Offenses

Dangers and Consequences of Drug Use

Drug offenses involve the illegal possession, use, or distribution of controlled substances, such as marijuana, cocaine, or heroin. These offenses can have serious consequences, including fines, imprisonment, and loss of driving privileges.

Illegal drug use/possession

Severe legal penalties

Addiction risk

Bail Hearings

Navigating Bail Hearings

Bail hearings are court proceedings where a judge determines whether or not to release a defendant from custody before their trial. The judge considers factors such as the seriousness of the crime, the defendant’s criminal history, and the likelihood that the defendant will appear in court.

Release from custody

Determined by judge

Factors considered

Property Crime

Types of Property Crime

Property crime involves the theft, destruction, or damage of another person’s property, such as a home, car, or personal belongings. These crimes can range from minor offenses, such as shoplifting, to more serious crimes, such as burglary or arson.

Theft/damage of property

Range of offenses

Minor to serious crimes

Criminal Harassment

Recognizing Criminal Harassment

Criminal harassment involves repeatedly harassing or threatening another person, causing them to fear for their safety or wellbeing. This can include stalking, cyberbullying, or sending threatening messages.

Repeated harassment/threats

Fear for safety/wellbeing

Stalking/cyberbullying risk

Sexual Offenses

Consequences of Sexual Offenses

Sexual offenses involve any non-consensual sexual activity, including sexual assault, rape, and sexual exploitation. These offenses can have serious and long-lasting effects on the victim, and carry severe penalties for the offender.

Non-consensual sexual activity

Severe legal consequences

Long-lasting victim effects

Auto Accidents

Preventing and Dealing with Auto Accidents

Auto accidents refer to any collision involving a vehicle, whether it’s a car, truck, or motorcycle. These accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, including distracted driving, speeding, or driving under the influence. They can result in serious injuries or fatalities, as well as property damage.

Vehicle collisions

Injuries/fatalities risk

Property damage risk


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