Criminal Defense Lawyers Who Know Both Sides Of Criminal Cases
When you are facing criminal charges, you want every possible advantage on your side. Working with a criminal defense lawyer who is a former prosecutor or a former judge is a considerable advantage. At Young & Young, Attorneys at Law, you will have a criminal defense lawyer who knows how prosecutors think and how the state and federal government pursue cases.
Criminal Defense Lawyers In Charleston, South Carolina, Who Are Former Prosecutors And A Former Judge
Adam and Kelley Young both began their careers as prosecutors in the 9th Circuit Solicitor’s Office. In addition, Kelley is a former local judge in Charleston, South Carolina. Now as criminal defense attorneys, they will use that experience and knowledge to protect their clients’ rights in a broad range of criminal cases. If you or a family member has been charged with a crime in or around Charleston, South Carolina, please speak with us to learn how our experience may benefit you. We represent juveniles, college students and adults.
You Can Rely On Our Trial Experience As Charleston, South Carolina, Criminal Defense Lawyers
Most criminal cases do not go to trial, but that does not mean your lawyer should prepare any differently. As your attorneys, we will investigate and prepare as if we are going to trial because we will have a stronger case and better bargaining position.
You can come to our Charleston criminal defense law firm for help with cases that involve:
- Drunk driving and related issues such as license suspension
- Drug charges, including possession, distribution and trafficking
- Violent offenses, including criminal domestic violence, assault, robbery and burglary
- Theft, shoplifting and fraud
- Weapons violations
- Restraining orders
- Probation and parole violations
Regardless of the charges you are facing, we will discuss your rights and options. We will investigate the state’s case against you, using our experience as prosecutors to identify weaknesses. If your rights were violated or there are problems with the admissibility of evidence, we will argue for reduction or dismissal of the charges. We also look for mitigating factors that may reduce the charges or penalties in each case.