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Helping you strategize a criminal defense

On Behalf of | Jul 20, 2018 | Criminal Defense |

No matter a person’s criminal history, facing criminal charges is a serious matte. It is one that can leave defendants in Virginia and elsewhere feeling emotional and confused. They are likely shocked that they are in such a predicament, and they are unsure how to move forward. Initiating a criminal defense may feel overwhelming; however, it is important that defendants take this vital and necessary step.

A criminal defense might seem pointless, especially if the evidence against you is piling up. However, a defendant has the ability to knock this pile over and poke holes in the case by taking the time to develop a strong criminal defense.

At Spicer, Olin & Associates, P.C., our skilled attorneys understand that it is never easy to face the seriousness and severity of the matter, but it is vital that defendants confront the situation by fully understanding the charges against them and the potential penalties he or she could endure. Our attorneys like to gain a full picture of the matter; therefore, our attorneys take the time to collect any and all necessary evidence. Whether this means conducting our own investigation, looking at all available documents, obtaining witness accounts and even consulting with experts.

Whether you are charges with a white-collar crime, a DUI, drug crimes or a felony, our law firm can help guide you through the process. Our knowledgeable staff focuses on the needs of the client, ensuring their rights and interests are protected the entire time.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s criminal defense website. Whether you are unsure of the situation, believe that you have no options or are fearful of the end results, none of these factors should prevent you from initiating a criminal defense. Doing so can be very beneficial, even helping to reduce or dismiss the charges against them.


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