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Providing Effective Defense for a Variety of Cases
When charged with a crime, a lot is on the line. The initial arrest for the alleged offense can ruin your reputation, and a conviction could result in criminal and collateral consequences that make it difficult to readjust to society. With so much at stake, it's important to retain legal services from a seasoned and determined attorney. Our Tuscaloosa trial lawyers understand that you might be feeling scared or helpless in this situation, which is why we will be a fierce advocate in your corner from the start of your case until its conclusion. We'll take the time to discuss the charges you or your loved one is facing, the processes of the criminal justice system, and your legal options. When you retain our services, you will have an advocate on your side seeking to protect your rights and freedoms.
We deliver top-notch legal representation for various charges, including:
- Domestic violence
- Drug crimes
- Fake ID
- Public intoxication
- Sex crimes
- Theft crimes
- Traffic violations
- Violent crimes
- White collar crimes
What Are the Potential Conviction Penalties?
In Alabama, criminal offenses are categorized as violations, misdemeanors, and felonies. The potential conviction penalties you or your loved one could be facing depend on the level and type of charge. For instance, sexual misconduct, which involves having sex or sexual contact with someone without their consent, could result in up to a year in jail. Third-degree robbery, taking another person's property by use of force, could result in a prison term of up to 10 years.
The state has various classifications of misdemeanors and felonies, and the potential incarceration sentences for each are as follows:
- Class A misdemeanor: Up to 1 year in jail
- Class B misdemeanor: Up to 6 months in jail
- Class C misdemeanor: Up to 3 months in jail
- Class A felony: Up to 99 years or life in prison
- Class B felony: Up to 20 years in prison
- Class C felony: Up to 10 years in prison
- Class D felony: Up to 5 years in prison
Beyond imprisonment, a conviction for certain offenses could result in other consequences. For instance, being found guilty of a sex crime could require mandatory sex offender registration. If you're a college or university student, a conviction could limit your ability to qualify for government financial aid. For example, if you were found guilty of a drug crime, your award could be suspended, and if the offense happened when you applied for aid, you may be required to pay back the total amount of what you received.
We Will Fight Tirelessly for You
When you turn to The Glasscox Law Firm LLC for legal help, we won't treat you as just another case. We'll take the time to learn about you and your circumstances, so that we can develop an innovative legal strategy for your unique situation.
Offering a Free In-Person or Phone Consultation
If you or a loved one was charged with a crime, act fast to get a skilled attorney on your side. Regardless of the alleged offense, the state does not take these matters lightly, and the prosecution will fight hard to obtain a guilty verdict. The consequences of a conviction are plenty, and they can have a profound effect on your life for years to come. A criminal defense lawyer can help level the playing field and could substantially impact the outcome of your case.
At The Glasscox Law Firm LLC, our husband-and-wife team of attorneys is dedicated to providing aggressive and focused legal counsel to those facing criminal charges or those injured or defrauded. We have taken on numerous cases in our combined 50 years of experience, and there's no situation we can't handle. Our team has effectively represented college students and residents of Jefferson, Blount, Bibb, and Pickens Counties, and we know what it takes to build compelling defenses. We will be dedicated to working toward a favorable result on your behalf.
We're ready to leverage our legal skills and acumen to fight your charges in Tuscaloosa. Schedule your free consultation with our criminal defense attorneys by calling (205) 345-9537 or filling out an online contact form.