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Criminal Defense Attorney in Charlottesville, Virginia

If You or a Loved One Have Been Charged with a Crime, Contact Us Today.

It's important to understand that if charges have already been taken out against you or a loved one, you are facing a serious problem. It means that the police have at least some evidence that you are involved in a crime. The criminal charges will almost certainly not go away on their own. Ignoring the charges will not help you regain control of your life. What will help you take back the power is speaking to a seasoned defender. If you are ready to start formulating a strategic defense, schedule a consultation with our attorney at Bryan J. Jones, LLC today. From our office in Charlottesville, Virginia, we serve those in the surrounding areas, including Greene County, Louisa County, Fluvanna County, and beyond.

If I'm Innocent, Do I Really Need an Attorney?

Yes. If you're innocent, you need an attorney. Innocent people are convicted of crimes every day because they mistakenly place their trust in the American criminal justice system. The criminal justice system works well for some people, but there are a growing number of cases where we have proof that the criminal justice system is broken for many people. For many people, the decision to hire a competent attorney will be the most important decision you make in your life. It will be the only way to make sure that the criminal justice system works for you.

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What if I'm Guilty?

If you're guilty, you need an attorney. You should not leave your future to the whims of a prosecutor, police officer, or even a judge. Hiring an attorney shows the judge, prosecutor, and police that you are taking the matter seriously. Hiring an attorney also shows that you will not allow them to take shortcuts and treat you as just another case. Talk to us today to discuss your case in Charlottesville, Virginia. We advocate for the accused in the counties of Greene, Louisa, and Fluvanna.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What if the police don't read me my rights?