What does a Criminal Defense Attorney do?

A criminal defense lawyer will defend you against a prosecutor working for the state, a public agency, or a plaintiff. A good criminal defense attorney may even be able to get your case dismissed so you never even have to set foot in court. You want a highly qualified, experienced, and trustworthy criminal defense lawyer in Yakima, Washington such as Gravis Law, who has excellent communication and negotiation skills and will fight for you in court.

Gravis can also represent you for:

Sex crimes | Theft crimes | Juvenile crimes | Federal offenses

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Drug Crime

Drug offenses in Washington range from simple possession to serious felonies involving the sale & distribution of controlled substances such as cocaine, heroin, etc.

DUI

Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious offense in the state of Washington which can lead to jail time, heavy financial penalties, and loss of driving privileges.

Misdemeanors

A misdemeanor is often regarded as a minor criminal offense and carries penalties of up to 90 days in jail and fines of up to $1,000. These include trespassing, shoplifting, disorderly conduct, etc.

Sex Crimes

Certain charges are embarrassing to talk about – they involve private conduct and carry immense social and criminal implications. Sex offense charges can be life changing.

Violent Crimes

Everything from simple assault to homicide, Gravis Law understands how high the stakes are when a person is charged with a violent crime and will help you mount a vigorous defense.

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What Gravis Criminal Defense Attorneys can do for you.

Gravis Law will explain your rights to you after you’ve been arrested, as well as your options for a plea bargain or probation. Gravis Law will research your case, make sure you understand your options, provide invaluable expert advice, and prepare you for courtroom procedure.

If you do have a trial, they will question and cross-examine witnesses, present evidence that could clear your name, and negotiate on your behalf. Because you likely lack detailed knowledge of state and federal law, and public defenders are consistently overloaded with cases, Gravis Law is your best choice.

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