Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C. – Attorneys at Law

Lawrenceville, Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney

Whenever someone is charged with a crime, society will view the individual in a negative way even if the outcome is favorable. At Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., our Lawrenceville criminal defense attorneys take a different approach. Our mission is based on the idea that an accused individual is innocent until proven guilty. With this principle serving as the foundation of our services, our attorneys work tirelessly to defend clients charged with matters like misdemeanors, drug possession, felonies, homicide, and more.

We work aggressively to defend you in court, no matter what the charges are against you. Contact us today at 757-517-8956 to schedule a free consultation. We will provide you with the most skilled Lawrenceville criminal defense attorney.

Can I Plead Guilty To The Crime I Am Accused Of?

You are able to do whatever you want, but you need to remember that a criminal conviction no matter how minor includes long-term consequences. You will find it difficult or impossible to get a job and also:

  • Lose your license
  • Have your name in local headlines
  • Lose respect from family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, and more
  • Spend several years in jail
  • Pay thousands of dollars in fines
  • Lose access to federal student aid

The reality of it all is that while you may think you are guilty of your charges, your personal judgment and the law are very different. Consider that you may be able to plead to lesser charges, have your case dismissed, or receive a not guilty jury decision.

If I Have Been Charged With A Crime, What Punishments Am I Facing?

Crimes are categorized into different levels of severity. For a Class, misdemeanor offenders are looking at jail time up to one year with fines as high as $4,000 and 2 years of probation. Class B is not as severe with up to 180 days in jail, $2,000 in fines, and up to 2 years probation.

Once you are hit with a felony charge, the punishments increase in seriousness. A 2nd and 3rd-degree felony is admissible of 2-10 years in prison with fines up to $10,000 and 10 years probation. A 1st-degree felony will sentence you anywhere from 5-99 years in jail, up to $10,000 in fines, and 10 years probation. A capital offense sentences you to life in prison without parole or death.

Contact Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., Now for Legal Representation

During your free consultation, our Lawrenceville criminal defense attorneys will take the time to learn about you and your criminal charges. It is our job to assess the evidence against you and furthermore advise you on all your available options. We have the ability to conduct a private investigation, contact witnesses, and obtain other useful evidence. It is our priority to treat every client with the utmost respect while aggressively representing you for the best resolution. Please call the office at 757-517-8956 to schedule a free consultation and discuss the specifics of your case.

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