A Criminal Law Attorney You Can Trust
The Law Office of Peter S. O’Neill grasps the severity of criminal cases. Criminal charges against you can have far-reaching effects on your personal and professional life. However, you are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. With decades’ worth of experience trying criminal law cases, Mr. O’Neill knows how to litigate on your behalf. Call today to learn more.
Advice for a Variety of Criminal Charges
With more than 30 years of experience practicing law in Maryland, Peter S. O’Neill has experience defending clients in cases concerning serious felonies, misdemeanors, and even juvenile offenses. Mr. O’Neill will meet with you to review the law and your charges, offering thoughtful insight about your chances in front of a jury of your peers. Case preparation involves speaking with witnesses, reviewing police reports, and negotiating on your behalf.
Mr. O’Neill Has Successfully Defended an Array of Offenses
With vast experience in criminal law, the associates at the Law Office of Peter S. O’Neill have handled an extensive portfolio of cases. Mr. O’Neill has successfully defended clients facing charges of:
- Felony and misdemeanor theft
- Disorderly Contact
- Resisting Arrest
- Reckless endangerment
- Possession of a handgun or deadly weapon
- Probation violation
- Violent crimes
- Drug possession
- Sex crimes
Your First Step After Being Arrested
Your initial actions upon arrest will ultimately affect the outcome of your criminal case. It is critical that you remain calm and avoid digging a hole for yourself as a result of what you do or say. If you are arrested, remain quiet and admit to nothing. Once you are aware of your charges, contact the Law Office of Peter S. O’Neill. Quick defensive action will help ensure the deliverance of a desirable outcome in your case. While you may be completely innocent, it is essential to hire an experienced attorney to help you navigate the court system and present your case with legal principles in mind. Your freedom may depend on it.