When facing criminal charges, many individuals believe that pleading guilty is their best and only option. Others choose to represent themselves. The truth is, these two options can lead to the same end result: a criminal conviction.
With so much at stake, including your rights and freedoms, you simply cannot afford to proceed without a trusted criminal defense attorney on your side. At Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. we have dedicated our careers to defending individuals who are accused of crimes in Huntsville, Madison, Athens, Decatur, Scottsboro, Guntersville, Florence, and surrounding areas. If you were recently arrested, do not give up hope. Schedule a free consultation with an attorney from our team. We will sift through the details of your case and provide an inclusive strategy to defend your charges.
Recently arrested? Know which steps to take next.
Dependent upon the type and amount of drugs found in your possession, you could be charged with a felony or misdemeanor offense.
Penalties for assault charges in Alabama can be even more severe for a second felony conviction, or assault with a deadly weapon. If you have been charged with assault, you are in serious need of a solid criminal defense.
If you’ve recently been accused of theft in Huntsville, Decatur, Florence, Scottsboro, Guntersville or a surrounding area – you need a trusted criminal defense lawyer by your side.
Have you or a loved one been arrested for domestic violence in Huntsville, Athens, Decatur, Guntersville, or a surrounding community in North Alabama?
In Alabama, expungement laws are very stringent. Only individuals who have been charged without conviction of a misdemeanor or non-violent felony may erase their records.
If you have recently been accused of a sex crime in Alabama – you need a trusted defense attorney by your side to guide you through the complex legal system.
When it comes to violent crimes like arson and assault – there are a number of factors that come into play when determining the sentencing.
In the highly tech-intensive world that we live in, computer crimes are becoming a common phenomenon. In some situations, those accused of initiating or participating in online criminal activities have no such involvement.
Kidnapping occurs when a person is taken against their will – with the intention to falsely imprison or confine that person without authority. People are often kidnapped for ransom or to further another crime.
A white collar crime is defined as a felony – or crime committed by salaried professionals or businesspersons involved in theft or fraud in a financial setting.
Our firm’s philosophy is rooted in the belief of our clients. We are not here to judge, but to pursue your best interests. At our firm, our criminal defense attorneys are creative problem solvers and persuasive communicators that are dedicated to defending the rights and futures of our clients. We possess a well-versed knowledge of the judicial system, which can make a big difference in the outcome of your case.
As our client, you can benefit from our:
When we say our clients are our top priority – we truly mean it. The lawyers on our team make themselves readily available to clients – in an effort to ensure they’re aware of their rights and options. Our goal is to make this experience the least overwhelming as possible.
If you or a loved one were arrested in Alabama, our criminal lawyers can help you formulate a defense for your case. Schedule a free consultation with an attorney today by calling our Huntsville/Athens location at (256) 539-4464 or completing an online case evaluation form .
If you’re accused of a crime – you may not know what to do. Learn which steps you can take to protect your case after an arrest.
We also assist individuals who wish to clear their past convictions through the Alabama expungement process, so that they can live their lives free from the stigma of a criminal conviction on their record. No matter how straightforward or complex your case may seem, you can be sure that we will do everything we can to help you reach the most favorable outcome possible, such as a charge reduction or case dismissal.
Still have questions? Schedule a consultation with a lawyer from our team today by calling or completing an online form
English (256) 539-4464
Spanish (256) 596-8017