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Talbot Criminal Defense Attorney
You might be facing something like possession of marijuana or felony murder. Regardless of the severity of the charges against you, you deserve a criminal defense lawyer willing to go to bat for your best interests in an effort to get you the best results possible on your day in court. The consequences of a criminal conviction can be as minor as fines and probation or as serious as a life sentence; discussing the details of your case and the particulars of your charges with an experienced attorney should be a top priority.
Maybe you were arrested for a DUI in Talbot County, or perhaps you are under investigation for a felony offense. Regardless, an experienced Talbot County criminal lawyer would tell you to remain silent and speak with an attorney before speaking with the police. While you try to clear your name, the police are trying to build a case. Consulting with an attorney ensures you know what to say and what not to say when the time comes.
When you face charges in Talbot County, your case will likely be heard at the Talbot County District Court on 108 W. Dover Street in Easton. The criminal defense team led by Kush Arora have represented many clients in these courtrooms and are prepared to represent you as well!
Talbot County Courthouse
Our attorneys handle a variety of cases including those of theft, DUI, drug possession, fraud, sexual offenses, homicide, and many more. They know what you’re up against but also understand that your case is different from others with similar charges. These slight differences mean your case needs individualized attention, the personal attention Kush Arora is ready to give you.
If you are facing a criminal charge in Easton, Oxford, Queen Anne, Saint Michaels, Trappe, Cordova, Tilghman Island, Bozman, Claiborne, Fairbanks, McDaniel, Neavitt, Newcomb, Royal Oak, Sherwood, Wittman, Windy Hill or Wye Mills, please contact us as soon as possible for more information about the services that our firm is able to provide in these areas.
The laws of the State of Maryland are complex, and it might not be easy to identify exactly what type of charge you might be facing unless you have experience in the legal system. Our attorneys are well versed in all the local laws, and keep up with any new legislature that is passed. If there is any confusion about the charge you face, or the penalties that could be associated with a potential conviction, please contact us for more information or to schedule a free consultation with a qualified lawyer who will be able to answer any questions you might have.