Emporia VA Criminal Defense Attorney

emporia va criminal defense lawyers argue their cases in the emporia courthouse Being charged with any crime is a frightening experience. Accomplished Emporia VA Criminal Defense Attorneys know that people who are accused of a crime are most worried about losing their freedom and being incarcerated. Additionally, other concerns include: losing employment, having a criminal record, or losing the privilege to drive a motor vehicle, just to name a few.

Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law understand that people quickly need clear answers to their legal questions as soon as they either become a target of criminal investigation or are arrested. You need to know your rights under the law and how to act to protect them immediately – either before memories fade, evidence is lost, witnesses disappear or you have waived a defense. Don’t wait to get help! Contact an Emporia VA Criminal Defense Lawyer today for a free no obligation initial consultation.

Emporia VA Lawyer Client Reviews

Awesome Attorney 5.0 stars Posted by Yewande April 26, 2013 I contacted the law firm only based on the reviews i had seen on the website. I was not disappointed. Mr Wells explained everything from what he could accomplish and what i should expect. Of course everyone wants their case to be dismissed but im more than satisfied with the outcome and would recommend him without a moments notice to anyone second guessing their choice. You wont be sorry.

Jonathan Kibbey a month ago- My experience at Riley and Wells was excellent. My free consultation took place over the phone which was convenient but also very thorough. Mr. Riley took the time to listen to the details of my case, gave me an idea of what to expect in court, and advised me on what to do before going to ensure a better result. When my court date arrived Mr. Wells spoke with me briefly about the details and what he anticipated the result would be before meeting with the prosecutor. I ended up with all three charges, one of which was reckless driving dismissed! Thank you for a great experience.

Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyers Emporia VA

We have earned the respect of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers in Emporia VA as skilled attorneys who know how to both effectively defend a criminal case and who are not afraid to challenge the evidence in tough cases. As a matter of fact, many other attorneys refer their criminal cases to our firm because of our experience, knowledge and recognition as Virginia Super Lawyers.

We can defend any criminal law allegation including the following:

  • Murder

  • Arson

  • Robbery

  • Rape

  • Burglary

  • Abduction

  • Malicious Wounding

  • Suspended Driver’s License

  • Credit Card Theft

  • Credit Card Forgery

  • Credit Card Fraud

  • Money Laundering

  • Aggravated Sexual Battery

  • Sexual Battery

  • Eluding

  • Firearm Violations

  • Refusal

  • Assault & Battery

  • Appeals

  • Failure To Appear

  • Expungement

  • Weapon Offenses

  • Drug Distribution

  • Possession of a Controlled Substance

  • Possession of Marijuana

  • Underage Alcohol Possession

  • Reckless Driving

  • Carjacking

  • Extortion

  • Stalking

  • Forcible Sodomy

  • Object Sexual Penetration

  • Brandishing a Firearm
  • Shoplifting

  • Credit Card Offenses

  • Worthless/Bad Checks

  • Sex Offenses

  • Prostitution

  • Solicitation

  • Domestic Violence

  • Fraud

  • Hit and Run

  • Conspiracy

  • Voluntary Manslaughter

  • Involuntary Manslaughter

  • Unlawful Wounding

  • Aggravated Malicious Wounding

  • Maiming

  • Reckless Handling of a Firearm

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute

  • Embezzlement

  • Extortion

  • Forgery

  • Computer Offenses

  • Probation Violations

  • Obstruction

  • Trespassing

  • Disorderly Conduct

  • DUI/DWI

  • Grand Larceny

  • Petit Larceny

  • Receiving Stolen Goods

  • Computer Fraud

  • Computer Trespass

  • Uttering

  • Identity Theft

  • Identity Fraud

  • Concealed Weapon

  • Possession of Cocaine

By Mitch Wells 11/10/2015 | Updated 1/25/2016