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Greenville Criminal Defense Attorney

If you, a friend or a family member has been charged with a crime, an uncertain future lies ahead. It is important to have an experienced lawyer who knows what to expect in a criminal case. An experienced attorney will explain the process and will help you to make informed decisions about your best course of action. An experienced lawyer will also know how to get things done quickly, minimizing the stress on you.

At the Armstrong Law Firm in Greenville, South Carolina, we have over 40 years of experience with criminal law matters. Using this experience to help get the best possible results, we represent clients who face all types of criminal charges:

"Will I Go to Jail?"

Many of our clients have never before been charged with a crime. For the first time in their lives, they face the possibility of jail time. In addition to the possible incarceration, people convicted of crimes in South Carolina may often face hefty fines. They may also lose certain rights, including the right to vote and carry a gun and may encounter new difficulties in finding work and housing, getting school grants and loans, etc.

With these serious consequences, it is no wonder that the time following an arrest can be a difficult one. At the Armstrong Law Firm, we support people facing criminal charges by providing strong defenses. We work hard to get you a fair, just result by pursuing every reasonable argument. Attorney David Armstrong is well known in legal circles as a Greenville criminal defense lawyer who gets a lot done, quickly and easily. Our experience helps us do everything possible to protect your rights from a DUI defense to a criminal domestic violence charge arising out of a divorce action.

Contact an Experienced South Carolina DUI Defense Attorney About Your Defense Needs Today

To talk with us about your situation, please call our Greenville law office at 864-241-0633 or simply complete our online intake form.

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