Charged With A Violent Crime? Fight For Your Freedom And Future.
The circumstances leading up to charges of a violent crime are often full of drama and uncertainty. It is hard to sort out facts from impressions. Identifying who did what and in what sequence can be difficult and, in some cases, nearly impossible. The harsh reality of a criminal arrest demands a powerful defense. Regardless of how you came to be arrested for a violent crime such as the following, what matters now is how you will confront this serious legal challenge.
- Assault and battery
- Aggravated assault
- Domestic violence
- Armed robbery
- A weapons offense
- Terroristic threats
To protect your clean record, turn to a trustworthy law firm. T. Michael Reed, P.A., in Hattiesburg, is an intelligent choice when you realize that your future is at stake.
Why Choose This Attorney?
Defense lawyer T. Michael Reed, a former prosecutor with more than 20 years of experience as a criminal law attorney, understands clearly the potential consequences that you face if you are convicted, including:
- Jail time
- Fines and other penalties
- A misdemeanor or felony on your record
- A damaged reputation
Mr. Reed has been called one of the most experienced trial lawyers in southern Mississippi. He is well-prepared to get your defense off to a swift, strong start. A detailed investigation is the first step. Educating you about your prospects and your options is also crucial. Your long-term best interests will be at the heart of all that you experience when defense attorney T. Michael Reed leads the way in your criminal case.
What To Do Now
For your own good, please do not discuss your criminal charges with anyone except a defense attorney at this time. You deserve confidentiality and the preservation of your Constitutional rights. At T. Michael Reed, P.A., your dignity is at the forefront. For best results in your criminal matter, schedule a consultation as soon as possible.
To learn how we can help you get out of jail or stay out of jail and aim for the best outcome attainable in your case, call 601-602-5126 or send an email message through this website. We will get back to you promptly and explain the next steps.