Criminal defendants faced with the possibility of going to jail or prison
should always hire an attorney, whether their case is a first offense
DUI, domestic violence, drugs or drug related, theft, assault or as
serious as a sex crime or even murder. The truth is, no matter what
the person's intelligence or educational background, the criminal justice
system makes it virtually impossible to do a competent job of self representation.
Each criminal case is unique, and only an attorney who is experienced
in assessing the particulars of a case--and in dealing with the many
variables present in every criminal case--can provide the type of representation
that every criminal defendant needs to receive if justice is to be done.
If you are charged with a crime, it is a serious matter. The consequences
may include jail or imprisonment, mandatory treatment, fines, and probation.
You may also suffer the loss of important rights and privileges, such
as voting and driving. A criminal conviction may cause you to lose your
job or forfeit future employment opportunities. If you are not a citizen
of the United States, a criminal conviction may cause you deportation,
exclusion of the United States or denial of naturalization. It is important
that you are protected by an attorney in whom you have confidence.
The Law Offices of Theodore Williams has the experience
to represent you, if you are charged with a crime. The Law Offices of
Theodore Williams is accessible. Initial consultation
is always free. We will answer your questions and explain things to
you clearly. We will make sure you know your rights.
The State Bar does not certify any lawyer as a specialist or expert. This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.