Criminal Defense & Traffic Court
We employ numerous former prosecutors and public defenders who capably defend clients facing criminal charges, including DUI, white-collar, narcotics, and other serious crimes. We also provide representation on all manner of traffic offenses, including, for example, speeding and careless driving.
Our many years of combined courtroom experience permit us to defend relentlessly in the court room when needed, and work diligently, where appropriate to bring charge reductions and sentence mitigation to a good end.
DSK Law understands that a criminal conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) or a traffic-related offense can have serious effects on a person’s reputation, employment, family, and ability to drive. The consequences in terms of potentially losing your driver’s license for a period of time can be quite severe, and some DUI offenses require a jail sentence. Therefore, our attorneys are committed to defending all of your rights in traffic court that are available under the law.
We will examine all aspects of your traffic-related or criminal charges, including the legality of the procedures used in your traffic stop, the sufficiency of the evidence against you and the procedures by which law enforcement officials obtained the evidence, and the accuracy of any tests that were administered during or after your traffic stop.
Our criminal lawyers have more than 50 years of experience in the criminal courtrooms and have handled jury trials in major cases, including murder charges, robbery, and sexually related offenses. Our lawyers can also assist by visiting a person in jail and assisting in finding a bail bondsman and scheduling a bond hearing. We can assist in serious cases that have no bond. We can assist in getting the court to reduce a bond to an amount that the accused can afford. We also handle expungements of criminal records after certain cases are over, for those who qualify. Our experienced lawyers can also seek pre-trial diversion for many criminal defendants who may have done something wrong, but have good prior records, that otherwise qualify for possible diversion. A successful diversion case results in the charges being ultimately dismissed.