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Contact us today!The goal of our blog is to discuss topics related to criminal, traffic or DUI law that you may find informative, useful or entertaining. We’re always interested to hear your comments on our posts, and if you’d like us to discuss a certain topic in more depth then please email us at advice@roanokecriminalattorney.com

Reducing Malicious or Unlawful Wounding Charges in Virginia

You could avoid maximum sentencing for malicious or unlawful injury. Disputes could get out of hand, especially if those involved are intoxicated or arguing over family or relationship issues. Arguments that become physical can quickly spiral out of control. A malicious, unlawful wounding charge could mean years in prison, not to mention the roadblocks you’ll face as a convicted felon. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you obtain the Read More

How Serious is Felony Strangulation in VA?

Not all physical attacks on another person are felonies, but strangulation is one of them. It’s a class six felony. And given the value of your time and freedom, it is a charge you don’t want to face. If you’ve been arrested for felony strangulation or another crime, Roanoke Criminal Attorneys is here to ensure you understand your rights are obtain the best possible resolution. Domestic violence and assault cases Read More

Federal Sentencing & How To Get the Best Result

If you’re convicted of a federal crime, your future could be based on a chart. Federal Sentencing Guidelines set out a range of possible punishments, and sentences can be based on many factors. The guidelines aren’t mandatory, so effective legal counsel can make a big difference in securing the most favorable sentence possible. What Are the Federal Sentencing Guidelines? The Federal Sentencing Guidelines apply to federal felony and Class A Read More

How To Reduce a Felony To a Misdemeanor in Virginia

After being charged with a crime, your top goal is probably to get the matter dropped completely or found not guilty. That’s understandable. Your name would be cleared, and you would face no punishments. But that’s not always possible. Sometimes, there isn’t a clear path to resolving criminal charges with zero repercussions. So, what’s the next best thing? Often, it means trying to get the initial charge against you reduced Read More

Federal Conspiracy Charges in Virginia

Getting charged with a federal crime may require less action on your part that you thought. For instance, when it comes to conspiracy charges, all you have to do is plan to do something illegal with another person and take one small step toward doing it. This one action gets a lot of people caught up in a serious situation. Many people, who get slapped with federal conspiracy charges in Read More