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Gain A Strong Advocate Against Criminal Charges

When you find yourself charged with a crime, you will have many questions. What should I say to the police? Do I need to give a statement? Who should I call first? Regardless of the situation, you need to make sure your rights are protected. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you understand the situation and make sure you are being treated appropriately.

The criminal defense attorneys at Wampler & Souder, LLC, have extensive experience working with clients who have been charged with a variety of crimes, from misdemeanors to serious felony charges. Our attorneys have earned the respect of their peers and the clients they have helped because of their strong commitment to their clients and their rights. We have answers to the questions you may have, and have share some of these in our criminal defense FAQ.

Turn To Us When Your Freedom Is On The Line

Our legal team defends people charged in such matters as:

  • White collar crimes such as fraud and theft
  • Drug crimes, including possession or distribution
  • Violent crimes such as assault, robbery or murder
  • Drunk driving charges
  • Other criminal complaints such as trespassing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest

When police or investigators question you, their sole objective is to acquire facts they believe will be relevant to making a potential felony criminal case against you. In many instances, they have little to enforce a charge until a suspect begins talking. Anything you say could potentially be used against you in a court of law. This is why it is crucial to have an attorney at your side if you have been arrested or charged.

Discuss Your Charges Today

The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help. Call us at 301-732-7675 or email us your contact information to get started.

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