Going up against a criminal conviction and the law may seem like a losing battle. Even if you have been caught on camera; even if you have failed a breathalyzer; even if you do not have an alibi – this doesn’t mean all is lost. There is a big difference between maximum sentencing and reduced sentencing and at the Anderson Law Firm, we can ensure the latter happens. We always strive to walk away with a not-guilty sentence or acquittal; however, even if this is not possible, we can ensure you the best outcome possible.
Criminal Lawyer in Polk County
The legal system is designed to be confusing. There is already so much pressure on you when faced with an upcoming court date and possible conviction that navigating through the system yourself is destined to through you over the edge. At the Anderson Law Firm we will work with you to help you understand the procedure so you are not blinded. Our firm specializes in a wide range of felony and misdemeanor crimes including:
- Criminal sexual conduct or rape accusations
- Homicide or murder charges
- Drinking and driving accusations
- Assault and battery accusations
- Misdemeanor offenses accusations
- Other felony offense arrests
One of the situations we come across a lot are domestic violence cases. Domestic violence occurs if the accuser is related to you or if you are or were in a relationship. It can come with prison time if convicted and an Order for Protection, even before your court date. Often domestic violence cases are one sided and you may feel like you are the victim in the whole situation. We understand how this feels and can help you to lift this Order for Protection and ensure the best outcome possible.
Regardless of what type of conviction you are facing, we are here to help. Contact us today at Anderson Law Firm today at 952-582-2904 or by filling out a form on the side of this page.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this article does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Please contact attorney Kirk Anderson for an initial consultation.