Don’t face criminal charges alone. It is amazing that many people would never try to repair their own car or do their own plumbing, but they will try to act as their own attorney. Lawyers who are wise don’t even represent themselves. You shouldn’t either. Find a lawyer you feel comfortable with, who charges a reasonable fee, who works hard.
Find also an attorney who doesn’t seem too eager to fight. Such talk may sound good to the client, but is probably not best for the client. Other resolutions may be available and might yield better results. Some attorneys seem to forget that. There is always time to fight if that becomes necessary, but it is not in every case, and should be the last resort. Exploring options and alternatives should always be the first approach.
Michael’s services, like anything of value, are not without cost, but neither is inaction. The legal fees you will pay may save you from having a record, going to jail, and may save your ability to continue in your career. Some things are worth the price. Not having a lawyer can be more costly in the long run than paying a reasonable fee.
If you have legal support, representation, and counsel from Michael D. McMullen, you will have someone who is on your side to defend you–someone who brings experience as a prosecutor, experience as a trial lawyer, experience negotiating resolutions. You will have a lawyer who listens to you, answers your questions, and never judges you. In Michael, you will have a lawyer who cares about you and your future, who knows many of the people in the criminal justice system such as the police, the Solicitors, and the judges. As your advocate, Michael can find possible defenses to the charges, strategies to resolve them favorably without a trial, and if necessary Michael has the experience and abilities to represent you at trial. By having Michael in your corner, you will have a hard-working, sincere, honest attorney by your side every step of the way.
The McMullen Law Firm has helped people facing virtually every kind of criminal charges since 1998.
From shoplifting to murder, from DUI or minor in possession of alcohol to domestic violence, criminal sexual conduct, drug charges, and more. Michael handles felonies, misdemeanors, and represents minors in criminal cases brought in Family Court.
With University of South Carolina located within a few blocks of his office, McMullen has helped hundreds of students over the years. Criminal convictions can follow a person for the rest of their life, forever affecting their future.
EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES AND ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
WHEN THEY DO, IT’S TIME TO CALL MICHAEL D. MCMULLEN