Reach Out To A Criminal Defense Lawyer In Richmond, Virginia
Facing criminal charges in Virginia or anywhere can leave you confused and anxious, not only for yourself but your family as well. If you have been arrested, make your first call to the Richmond offices of Barnes & Diehl, P.C., for a review of your legal rights. Our lawyers defend people charged with a full array of local, state and federal criminal offenses, including the following:
- Drunk driving (DUI) or driving under the influence of drugs
- Drug possession, distribution, manufacturing or trafficking
- White collar crimes, including fraud, forgery and identification theft (ID theft)
- Juvenile crijmes and other crimes handled through the domestic relations courts
- Assault, murder, sex crimes, arson and other violent offenses
- Domestic violence
- Burglary, theft and robbery
- Weapons crimes
Being charged with a crime does not make you guilty. Every person charged with a crime has the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty. It is the job of law enforcement and prosecution to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. It is our job as Virginia criminal defense attorneys at Barnes & Diehl, P.C., to ensure that your rights are protected while your case is resolved according to the facts and the law.
False, Exaggerated And Retaliatory Domestic Violence Charges
At Barnes & Diehl, P.C., we offer sound legal advice and the aggressive defense of criminal charges for individuals in Richmond and throughout Virginia. As a complement to our family law practice, criminal defense attorneys Michael HuYoung and Craig Sampson are skilled in the investigation and defense of criminal charges related to a divorce, child custody and/or other family law issues. Violation of a restraining order, kidnapping or domestic assault charges can affect your family law case as well as your reputation and freedom.
Individuals involved in a divorce or Virginia family issues may find themselves facing false or retaliatory accusations of domestic violence, sexual assault or child molestation. These charges are often leveled punitively by a soon-to-be former spouse seeking to strengthen their position during a divorce or child custody action.
These charges are very serious and can result in fines, jail time and a permanent criminal record if not addressed immediately and thoroughly by an experienced criminal defense trial lawyer.
Contact Us Without Delay When Charged With A Crime
An experienced criminal defense attorney from one of our two offices in Henrico or Richmond/Chesterfield will clearly explain your options and their consequences and seek a timely resolution through negotiation or the courts. Reach out to us by email or call 804-796-1000 today.