If you have been accused of a crime, it is very important that you seek legal advice immediately and hire an experienced lawyer to protect your rights. Whether you’ve been brought up on charges at the state or federal level, our attorneys can help prepare your defense and bring about the best possible outcome for your case.
These types of legal issues can be complicated and tedious without the proper counsel care. At Hartsell and Williams we are committed to your criminal defense by accurately representing you throughout the process and clearly providing options. What does that mean exactly?
Representation throughout the Process
This means that your attorney and our staff will be with you through every step of your legal need, providing you guidance at each meeting and representing you in negotiations or at trial, while communicating what we as a team are doing--and what you as a defendant should do. We work hard to defend the freedom of our clients, leveraging our extensive skills and experience to secure the most favorable outcome. We understand that facing criminal charges can be overwhelming and frightening, regardless of how familiar we are in handling the process. When you are facing criminal charges, the fear and worry can overwhelm you—that’s why we at Hartsell and Williams are committed to effective communication and letting you know what’s happening and will be happening at every step.
Protecting your freedom is our top priority, which is why we work fervently to create options outside of negotiated pleas and trial. Community service, approved treatment, and other alternatives provide clients additional options that can better protect their freedoms, records and help them to continue their life as normally as possible. Small matters can become large matters when it comes to criminal issues, that’s why an experienced attorney is crucial at these times.
Who We Represent
We provide representation for our clients in both state and federal courts for all types of crimes including:
Homicides or violent crimes
White collar crimes
Fraud or embezzlement