The Criminal Defense Lawyers at the Walker Law Firm have helped clients with a variety of criminal cases for nearly 20 years. Our attorneys routinely handle cases for Auburn University Students that have been arrested for crimes such as Minor in Possession of Alcohol, Possession of Marijuana, DUI “Driving under the Influence”, Public Intoxication, and other petty crimes that tend to occur on or near a college campus. If you are a student at Auburn University and you have been accused of any of the above crimes we would like to speak to you.
Let our experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys help you with your case. In most cases our lawyers can help you to avoid a conviction. In addition to experience with cases such as Minor in Possession of Alcohol, Possession of Marijuana, DUI “Driving Under the Influence”, and Public Intoxication, our lawyers are also experienced in defending all types of felonies including Theft, Robbery, Burglary, Assault and many others.
When it comes to your freedom and whether or not your alleged actions could result in a conviction and a record, you owe it to yourself to choose an experienced criminal defense attorney. If you are a student at Auburn University, you can’t afford to have a conviction. Let our experience help you wipe your slate clean. A conviction for DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or another crime as a college student can greatly effect your ability to get a job once you graduate. We are here to help you.
Criminal Defense Attorneys should be experienced Trial Lawyers and know their way around the courtrooms in the area that they serve. There are usually alternative programs available to defendants that can often times help them to avoid a conviction.
In addition to helping defendants in Lee County, Alabama. We also serve the state of Alabama including the following counties: Macon, Tallapoosa, Russell, Montgomery, Chambers, Barbour, Autauga, and Elmore.
The attorneys at the Walker Law Firm are your experienced Criminal Defense Lawyers. Feel free to contact us for a free and confidential case evaluation.