At Todd & Atwill, LLP we're vigilant in providing exceptional legal support for all citizens regardless of their charges. If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, the time to act is now. From minor offenses to felony charges, we're on your side. Let us offer effective legal counsel so you can obtain the best possible outcome.
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Driving while intoxicated is a serious offense that can incur severe repercussions for offenders. In some instances, even jail time. If you have been charged with a DWI, Todd & Atwill, LLP is here to protect your rights. From first offenses to second, third and felony DWI charges, let us help you navigate the legal system.
If you or a loved ones has violated probation laws, you will need to consult with a legal professional. Probation violations can include a range of offenses including failure to pay legal fees/fines, using illegal substances, failing to report to probation offices and missing a court hearing. Violating your probation can result penalties that range in severity. Some clients could incur jail time, more fines and extended duration to their probation term.
While all citizens have been provided the right to bear arms, there are certain legal loopholes that can get you in a bind. Some situations that can lead to weapon charges include altering a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon without proper permits and discharging a firearm within certain areas. If you find yourself battling a weapon charge, we're here to protect your second amendment right.
Disorderly conduct refers to a vague area of offenses that can result in heavy penalties. Examples of disorderly conduct include: lewd conduct in a public setting, prostitution, loitering on private property, being drunk in public, fighting or offensive language in a public setting. If you or a loved on have been charged with disorderly conduct, contact us today so we can provide the legal representation you need.
When charged with a sex crime, your reputation is a stake. You risk being charged as a lifetime sex offender so with that being said, it's important to have qualified attorneys that are on your side. Examples are sex crime allegations we handle include: child molestation, child pornography, indecent exposure, internet sex crimes, rape, sexual abuse and sexual misconduct.
White Collar Crimes
If you're unfamiliar with the term "white collar crime" we're here to provide some insight. A white collar crime refers to a crime that is non-violent and concerned with financial gain. Common examples of such a crime include bank fraud, credit card fraud, embezzlement and identity theft. For clients who have been charged with white collar crimes, our attorneys are ready to assist you today.
Domestic abuse refers to a range of offenses committed by one individual against a spouse or close family relation. These cases can be delicate and difficult to navigate and the severity of the penalty will depend upon the nature of the case. Situations that would be classified as domestic crimes include abuse or neglect of a child, domestic violence, domestic assault, stalking and violation of protection orders.
Felony crimes are serious charges that can have lasting reprecussions on your life including a permanent criminal record. If you have been charged with a felony crime, seeking exceptional legal support is of the utmost importance. We represent clients facing Class A felonies all the way to Class E.
Theft crimes can be classified as either misdeamnors or felonies depending on the charge. Similar to felony charges, theft crimes fall under several levels that include Class A Misdeamonor, Class D Felony, Class C Felony and Class B Felony.
Drug crimes are one of the most prevalent crimes Americans are charged with. If you have been charged with a drug possession or drug distribution, we want to represent you to the full extent of the law.
At Todd & Atwill, LLP we understand that adolescents can be a trying time and mistakes happen. That's why we're here to represent juveniles for any criminal offense. From drug crimes to theft and violent or sex crimes, we take a strong stance in representing those under 18 years of age.
Violent crimes are classified as exerting physical harm or threats against another individual. Common examples of violent crimes include armed robbery, assault and battery, child abuse, domestic violence and murder. Being charged with a violent crime can incur severe penalties. We're here to be by your side and provide the best legal defense possible.