When your life, liberty, or property is at stake, you need a criminal defense attorney with experience, who is available to take your case quickly and confidently, who will go the extra mile to thoroughly investigate your case, and who will try to get the best possible result in or out of court.
At W. James Payne Law we understand that being arrested or charged with a crime is a frightening experience. Our law firm’s mission is to aggressively and tenaciously defend our clients, even before the case reaches the courtroom. You need to know your rights under the law, and immediately act to protect them.
Innocent people are convicted of crimes every day. Even people who may have committed some minor offense find themselves accused of crimes placing their life or liberty for the rest of their life in jeopardy. At W. James Payne Law we know the harmful effect a criminal record will have on you and your family. Preventing charges from being filed, reducing or dismissing them, and keeping you out of prison is Mr. Payne’s number one goal.
If you have been accused of a crime, you are facing a legal battle that will forever change the course of your life. You are up against a prosecution team backed by the resources of the government with a single purpose — to get you convicted.
Without a criminal defense attorney fighting for you, you are in an unfair fight. You should act fast and act decisively. Don’t wait to take action — it may save your life.
Any criminal record can impact your life, which is why at W. James Payne Law we work hard on every case. You are not just a case file; we take very personal care with each of our clients to ensure open and upfront communication. We serve you based on your individual and unique needs.
We start working on your case immediately, the same day you retain us. Every day that goes by the prosecution is working behind the scenes building a stronger offense, which is why you need an aggressive criminal attorney to defend your rights and work towards your defense immediately and before the case reaches the courtroom.