Criminal Law

 

Aggressive Representation in Domestic Violence and Related Criminal Matters

If you have been charged with or arrested for domestic violence, you want to immediately contact an experienced and aggressive lawyer to protect your interests. You can lose your rights when charged with domestic violence in Alabama, including the right to obtain a pistol permit. The penalties for conviction can be substantial, including lengthy jail sentences. You want an attorney who will work hard to protect your rights and attempt to minimize the consequences of any charges.

At the Law Office of Leif Rush Hampton, P.C., in Tuscaloosa, I work hard to obtain the desired results while maintaining the personal service and attention clients expect. I aggressively protect the rights of my clients, while providing straightforward answers to your questions in a supportive environment.

My Criminal Defense Practice

I handle the defense of a wide range of criminal charges, defending individuals charged with domestic violence and abuse, criminal contempt, and other related criminal offenses. These situations can involve married couples or people in other living arrangements, and may or may not involve children. I represent unrelated parties in the defense of protection from abuse matters, as well as civil protection from abuse claims. I also defend individuals on other charges that may arise when domestic situations escalate, including charges of aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon and attempted murder.

 

Contact me today and get the help and support you need, with Leif Rush Hampton.

 

 

 

 

No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.

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