Fredericksburg Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you’ve been accused of a crime, it can be hard to know what to do next. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, we’ll discuss the complexities of your case and develop a plan that works for you. We understand the implications of being accused or charged with a crime, no matter how severe. 

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Fredericksburg Criminal Defense Attorneys

At Strentz Greene & Coleman, we’re here to help you understand the nuances of your case and help reach a resolution that allows you to return to your life without the dark cloud of conviction following you.

The complexities of Virginia law can be hard to understand and overwhelming especially when you’re faced with a criminal conviction. If you’re being accused of a crime, it’s important that you hire experienced legal representation immediately. Don’t face a judge on your own, let our team of professionals stand by you.

Common Criminal Cases in Virginia

In Virginia, there are many different types of criminal cases that can be filed. Some of the most common types of criminal cases in Virginia include:

  • Drug offenses: This category encompasses a wide range of drug-related crimes, including possession, distribution, and trafficking of illegal drugs.
  • DUI/DWI: Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious offense in Virginia and can result in severe consequences, including fines, jail time, and the suspension of driving privileges.
  • Theft and larceny: Theft and larceny refer to the taking of property that belongs to another person without their permission. These crimes can range from petty theft to grand larceny, and the penalties can vary depending on the value of the property taken.
  • Assault and battery: Assault refers to the act of threatening to cause physical harm to another person, while battery refers to the actual physical contact. These crimes can range from simple assault to aggravated assault and battery, and the penalties can vary depending on the circumstances of the case.
  • Burglary and robbery: Burglary refers to the unauthorized entry into a building with the intent to commit a crime, while robbery refers to the taking of property from another person by force or threat of force.
  • White-collar crimes: White-collar crimes refer to non-violent crimes that are committed for financial gain. Examples include embezzlement, fraud, and forgery.
  • Sex crimes: Sex crimes refer to offenses that involve sexual contact without the consent of the victim, including rape, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse.
  • Murder: Murder is a serious criminal offense in Virginia and the penalties can range in severity.

If you’re being charged with one of these, or something that has not been listed, we want to help. Simple misunderstandings can be misconstrued and blown out of proportion in the wrong hands. Strentz Greene & Coleman will help you get to the bottom of whatever event occurred and advocate for you in court. 

Contact A Fredericksburg Criminal Defense Attorney Today

If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges in Virginia, it's important that you have an experienced legal team on your side. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, we understand that there are two sides to every story, and our goal is to ensure that your side of it gets told. Facing criminal allegations can be extremely intimidating, and we want to make sure you feel supported during this time of uncertainty. 

If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, contact our team of attorneys to get the professional and experienced help you need. We'll provide personalized attention to your or your loved ones' case and work with you to clear your name. Whether you're being charged with a misdemeanor or felony, Strentz Greene & Coleman can help you get the justice you deserve. 

Contact us by calling (540) 479-1511 or reach out to us through our website to schedule a consultation.

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