Types of Criminal Defense Cases We Handle
Our criminal defense team is capable of taking on a full range of misdemeanor and felony crimes, including:
We tackle both aspects of a drunk driving arrest: the criminal charges and administrative license suspension. Our firm has a strong record of minimizing the consequences in a state that comes down hard on driving under the influence.
You can be charged with a felony for causing a car accident in Alaska that results in serious injury, particularly if alcohol was involved. We make every effort to spare clients from prison.
Driving on a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident and other major traffic violations are crimes that carry jail time and lengthy license revocation upon conviction.
From shoplifting to auto theft, the penalties are too harsh to simply plead guilty. We can often get charges reduced or dismissed or we will make the prosecution prove its case.
Fraud/White Collar Crime
We provide a sophisticated defense for charges of fraud or embezzlement and other financial crimes, such as identity theft.
An arrest for domestic assault can permanently separate you from your family and puts you at a disadvantage in divorce or custody proceedings. We intervene promptly to protect your rights.
If you are charged with assault after a bar fight or other confrontation, you now face serious charges and perhaps a felony.
Burglary or Robbery
These charges should never be downplayed. Entering a building or taking property by force are major crimes, especially if you used or carried a weapon.
We protect your son's or daughter's rights and work to get a second chance for youthful offenders who didn't consider the future impact of their actions.
Fish and Game Violations
Alaskan anglers and hunters are often targeted in undercover operations. We have successfully employed entrapment defenses and other strategies to avoid harsh penalties under state and federal laws.
We are proactive in responding to new criminal charges or non-compliance with terms of probation that could force you to serve the original stayed jail sentence.