If you are reading this then you, a love one, or a friend is likely facing some type of criminal legal charges. Yes, there is no doubt that it is causing you and your love ones anxiety and worry in facing a criminal system that you might not fully understand. We can help alleviate the worry and help you win your case. Having the right attorney to represent you is vital in these types of cases! You not only need an attorney who is experienced with the criminal process, but also one who can relate to you and help you understand the legal system, your rights, and the pros and cons of the case. The attorneys at The Sellers Law Firm have the experience and skill that is needed in the area of criminal law. Our attorneys know what it takes to defend and advocate for clients facing criminal charges. We have represented people facing a wide range of criminal prosecution, from the most serious of charges, such as capital murder, to less serious charges such as harassing communications. We take every case seriously no matter the charge. Acting quickly is important and will ensure the opportunity to thoroughly investigate the charges, review all evidence and discovery, and prepare a strong defense. We have literally represented thousands of clients facing criminal charges throughout the State of Alabama.
In Alabama a DUI, a traffic ticket, a felony, and a misdemeanor, are all considered criminal cases. Yes, we also consider it odd that a simple traffic ticket is considered a criminal act. We often tell people we don’t make the rules, but we work zealously within the rules we are given. We know that within today’s job market that the mildest of misdemeanor convictions can prevent someone from obtaining a job, and we work hard to prevent your conviction. Our goal is to always obtain a not guilty verdict, but at times we work with pretrial diversion programs and alternative sentencing programs such as drug court. If a client is eligible and accepted into one of these types of programs, then upon their completion of the program the case is dismissed. These programs are a great way to avoid a having a criminal conviction on your record.
Having a strong defense makes all the difference no matter what sort of charge you are facing, and it is important to know that time is of the essence in starting that defense. Criminal cases are some of the most difficult cases to have a jury decide; therefore, we want as much time as possible to work with you and prepare! Remember, doing nothing changes nothing!