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Being accused of a crime is scary and stressful, and the consequences of a conviction are serious.

Whether you have already been arrested, or are the subject of an investigation, you should place your trust in an attorney that will work hard for you. We defend clients against allegations of all types of criminal offenses in the District of Columbia--no crime is too small or complex. 

You deserve the best representation now, in order to have the best chance against the consequences that come with criminal convictions: loss of freedom, your job, or your home, debt, and a criminal record that can follow you throughout life. You want to be sure that you have someone on your team doing everything legally possible to help you maintain your freedom.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Click here for frequently-asked questions about general issues involving actions by the police.

Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Impaired

Click here to learn more about DUI/DWI in Washington, DC.

Other Alcohol Offenses

Click here to contact us about an alcohol-related arrest.

Drug Offenses

Providing representation for misdemeanor and felony drug offenses, including:

  • Possession

  • Distribution

  • Possession with the Intent to Distribute (PWID)

  • Manufacturing

  • All controlled substances including: Marijuana, Synthetic Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, PCP, and more.

Click here to contact us about a drug-related arrest.

Weapons Offenses

Providing representation for misdemeanor and felony weapons offenses, including possession of dangerous weapons (brass knuckles, knives, etc.), carrying a pistol without a license (CPWL), and unlawful possession of a firearm.

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Property Offenses

Providing representation for misdemeanor and felony property offenses, including burglary, robbery, possession of stolen property, shoplifting, and arson

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Offenses Against Persons

Providing representation for misdemeanor and felony personal offenses, including assault, stalking, and sexual abuse.

Click here to contact us about a personal offense arrest.

Frequently Asked Questions

 
 

What do I do if I'm arrested?

What is arraignment?

Can the police stop and search me while I'm standing/walking on the sidewalk?

Can the police search my car? 

What do I do if I've been searched illegally?

Can I still go to prison if I'm innocent?

Should I talk to the police to tell them what really happened?

Can the police listen to my phone conversations? 

I may have committed a crime and am worried about the consequences. What do I do? 

I was present when someone else committed a crime and am worried about the consequences. What do I do?