Lexington KY criminal defense attorney Breck Norment takes pride in representing his clients. In your initial consultation with Mr. Norment, which is free of charge, Mr. Norment will explain the implications of your charge(s) and your potential punishment. He will then discuss your potential defenses and help you weigh your options when deciding how to proceed. If you decide to take your case to trial, Mr. Norment is well-equipped to assist with plenty of courtroom experience. Or, if you decide to plead guilty, Mr. Norment can help limit and/or reduce your punishment/penalty while minimizing your legal exposure.
As an attorney and lawyer with over twenty years of experience in Winchester, KY, Mitchell Berryman will represent you zealously in the following areas of law: wrongful death and personal injury law (automobile and fire accidents), criminal and traffic law (misdemeanors, felonies and speeding tickets), family law (divorce and custody), and probate law (wills and estates). All cases accepted are important whether they are large or small. Your calls will be returned promptly. Consultations are free.
We hope the information on this site will be helpful as you select a lawyer for your case. At Berryman Law Office, we strive to provide timely assistance and friendly service to our clients.
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Their law firm is built on a simple idea – focus on clients and achieve their desired results. This idea sets them apart from other law firms. Here, you aren’t just another file number with an expected revenue stream. At Cooley Iuliano Robey, they get to know our clients and their goals. And, together, they aggressively work toward reaching those goals.
McWilliams Law Office prides itself on being client friendly and budget sensitive. They take the time to research your situation completely and bring about the most effective opportunities ensuring you get the successful outcome you deserve. They are sensitive to the finances of their clients and believe that keeping costs low without sacrificing effectiveness is the business model that will drive long term success. They are determined to work hard to earn our clients loyalty every day. They're here to help you succeed.
They work with experienced specialists and experts, to ensure that whether it be a Not Guilty verdict, a large settlement, or custody of your children and possessions. They will help you obtain the most favorable result. In addition they will often work with other lawyers, at no additional fee to you, in order to have the most comprehensive analysis of your case possible. Their firm is completely committed, using their extensive legal knowledge and creative approach to solving problems, to providing you with the best representation possible.
Eric returned to Lexington in March 2013 to open up his own law firm. He was admitted to practice in the U.S. Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, in May 2013. In his free time, he helps coach the Madison Southern High School Mock Trial team.
Wolfe & Houlehan was founded in 2011 by two attorneys who grew up using computers and the internet. While many aspects of legal service delivery are timeless (legal knowledge, attention to detail, etc.), the way attorneys and clients communicate should not be. Our strong belief is that clients and prospective clients* should be able to contact their attorneys in the most convenient and efficient method possible, which in many cases involves online communication through web-based forms and email.
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