Misdemeanor Attorney in Virginia Gets Results
If you are accused of a misdemeanor, there are some very important dos and don’ts that you should follow from the time you are stopped by police until your Lynchburg criminal lawyer arrives. What you say and do during this time can have a significant impact on how your case is handled. Follow these tips to give yourself the best chance possible.
- Give your name and address
- Get fingerprinted, if asked
- Request to speak with attorney Mark Arthur
- Wait for your lawyer before speaking
- Resist arrest
- Agree to a search
- Agree to a blood test
- Talk about your case
Call Me Immediately So I Can Start Building Your Defense
Things can go wrong very quickly with misdemeanor cases — witnesses forget and evidence disappears. It is urgent that your attorney get to work right away. I am Mark B. Arthur, Attorney at Law and as a Lynchburg misdemeanor lawyer, I know the importance of acting quickly. And that’s exactly what I do. I gather the evidence and interview the witnesses as soon as possible to ensure important facts and physical evidence are well documented and preserved.
My experience as a prosecutor and as a defense lawyer has given me a unique understanding of both sides of law. I put all my knowledge and skill to use for your benefit. If I can get the charges dropped or reduced, I will do so. If not, we will take it to court, where I will fight hard for you and do everything possible to get you the best available outcome. My Lynchburg law firm is always prepared for whatever turn your case may take. We handle all types of misdemeanors and felonies.
When You Need An Attorney, Choose The One Who Goes The Extra Mile
Mark B. Arthur, Attorney at Law serves Lynchburg City, Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford, Campbell, Pittsylvania, Prince Edward and Nelson Counties. Mark is available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and in the evening and on weekends by appointment. He can be reached at 434-338-7028 or via the firm’s contact us page. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your misdemeanor charges.