We Understand What Is At Stake. We Fight For You.
A criminal conviction may include not only prison time and steep fines, but also court fees, community service, counseling, attendance at victims’ impact panels and parole.
Kentucky prosecutors are aggressive when it comes to securing convictions and harsh sentences for those arrested. You’re going to need legal representation that’s equally aggressive. Contact Richard M. Rawdon, Jr. Attorney at Law for aggressive representation you can count on. Our founding attorney, Richard Rawdon, has successfully represented Georgetown clients charged with a variety of criminal offenses, including:
- Drug possession
- Drug distribution
- White collar crimes
- DUI or DWI
- Traffic violations
If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, you should contact Richard M. Rawdon, Jr. Attorney at Law as soon as possible to protect your rights and your liberty.
Do I Really Need To Hire A Defense Attorney?
There is no reason to risk the serious consequences associated with a guilty verdict or unnecessary plea bargain when exceptional legal representation is so affordable. It is important that you don’t risk compromising your future by representing yourself or allowing a public defender to handle your case after an arrest.
Public defenders are overworked. They may be unwilling to take cases to trial because of the time and energy involved. They may try to persuade you to accept a plea bargain instead. Mr. Rawdon never hesitates to take a case to trial when necessary to demonstrate a client’s innocence.
Get A Consultation With A Lawyer
Richard M. Rawdon, Jr. Attorney at Law has the experience and knowledge to assist you. With Dick Rawdon as your lawyer, you’re getting almost five decades of experience handling criminal cases in Kentucky. No matter how dire you believe your circumstances to be, he wants you to know that he’ll do everything he can to safeguard your pocketbook and your freedom after an arrest.
Call 502-316-6509 or send an email to find out more about how he can help you after an unjust or frivolous arrest.