Posted on Dec. 21 2020.
Have you been accused of sexual assault or rape? If so, you will need to consult a criminal defense lawyer immediately.
Being accused of fraud is a direct threat to your freedom and your future. With a fraud conviction typically will come large fines, restitution and time in county jail or state prison. Additionally, some forms of fraud are federal offenses, meaning you will face prosecution by federal prosecutors and investigation by federal agencies.
Driving under the influence is a serious criminal offense. With our criminal defense lawyers, we are sure that we will be able to be of help you with your case.
At Haley Law Firm, LLC, our lawyers are committed to helping clients who are facing domestic violence accusations. We understand the gravity of these charges and will fight to protect your rights under the Laws of South Carolina, providing an effective defense strategy that can hold up in court, even in the face of the often gruesome and violent accusations you face.
Grand theft is a theft of property valued at more than $400. A well-known example of this crime is grand theft auto, which is the stealing of a car that is worth more than $400.
Are you facing drug charges in Greenville, SC? If so, you will need an experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyer on your side.
SC criminal proceedings tend to be not only complicated but also lengthy, especially if the process reaches jury trial. Unlike popular opinion, Criminal trials tend to be extremely complicated and require a substantial amount of time. Jury’s are unpredictable and outcomes are never guaranteed.
Posted on Jan. 20 2019.
When it comes to crime, many people confuse theft and robbery as the same charge. While the two charges are alike and share certain similarities, each involve differing tactics and motivation and a court will punish the thief or the robber differently, particularly due to a unique set of circumstances.
A DUI arrest can carry heavy consequences in either Virginia or South Carolina. If you have been detained and failed a field sobriety test with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of .08 percent or higher, your life could change drastically for the worse.
A DUI charge can have very serious consequences which can haunt you for the remainder of your life. Regardless of if you’re just a first-time offender, you could potentially serve jail time, be forced to pay a fine, serve probation and enter DUI education programs.