From Misdemeanors To Felonies, We Are Skilled Defense Attorneys Ready To Protect Your Rights
The criminal lawyers at Freedman, Thompson, Witt, Ceberio & Byrd, PLLC, agree that one of the top mistakes a suspect can make is to talk to a law enforcement officer or investigator without an attorney present. In almost any situation where criminal charges may be applied, it’s almost always better to refrain from speaking until you’ve spoken with a legal guide. Our criminal defense attorneys are highly reviewed in the realm of criminal defense, both locally and on the state/federal level.
If you are under suspicion, were arrested, or have in any way been contacted in connection with a criminal investigation, talk to a criminal lawyer before talking to investigators or police. From a potential DWI to possible murder charges, our firm can work within the full gamut of criminal law cases. Contact us today to arrange a free consultation with an experienced attorney at our Winston-Salem office.
“Except for Miranda warnings, a law enforcement officer is under no obligation to inform you of your rights. Any statement you make to an officer without advice from your attorney may turn a winnable trial into a dead loser.”
Our Main Criminal Defense Services
Below are the main criminal law services that we offer on the state and federal levels:
- State and federal drug crimes
- White-collar crimes
- Murder and vehicular homicide
- Robbery, burglary, and theft
- Assault, battery
- Sex crimes, rape, pornography
- Speeding tickets and other traffic offenses
Some types of criminal cases—typically federal crimes, white-collar crimes, and murder and sex crimes—involve long, complex investigations. You may not realize you are a suspect until the case is well underway. If you have any reason to believe you are involved in a criminal case, you should seek legal advice immediately.
What To Do When Charged With A Crime
As stated earlier, the best thing you can do when suspected of or charged with a crime is to stay silent until you can speak with a criminal lawyer. Once you’ve spoken to an attorney, they will tell you what would be the best course of action for success.
Once you’ve crafted a case with your attorney, it’s crucial that you stick to the advice offered by your legal representation.
Meet David Freedman — Winston-Salem’s Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist
David Freedman, lead attorney in our criminal law practice, has earned a stellar reputation amongst fellow attorneys and clients alike. Throughout his career, David has netted great success with both plaintiffs and defendants, and in state and federal court. For decades, David has enriched the legal practice as a leading attorney and lecturer.
David was named by Business North Carolina as Best Criminal Lawyer in the State in 2006, frequently lectures to legal professionals, has appeared on the Today Show, and has tried cases broadcast on Court TV. David has also been recognized by such organizations as Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers of North Carolina, and more.
The Reality Of Criminal Cases
Unlike law-focused television shows tend to portray, there are very few cases that are completely set in stone. Since criminal cases often have myriad factors at play, our firm can’t guarantee any particular outcome for clients. Criminal cases, even more than other areas of law, can be subject to many variables in and outside our control. However, we can guarantee that our attorneys will fight diligently to secure the most favorable outcome in your case.
If you have questions about the specifics of your case and how we may be able to help, feel free to contact our office today to schedule a free consultation.
Defend Your Case With Our Legal Team!
We invite you to call us at 336-725-8323 or e-mail our office to arrange a free consultation with one of our criminal defense attorneys. The attorney will evaluate your goals and resources and advise you on how to proceed.