You Are Not Defined By Your Criminal Charges – We Can Help
Even after serving time and paying fines, many criminal convictions stay with you for life. They can affect your ability to find good work and necessary transportation, and some crimes even prevent you from traveling abroad. Do not let these charges define you or affect your future.
At Tuttle Law in Winston-Salem, we will treat you with the compassion you need and provide an aggressive defense of your rights, with a goal of the best possible outcome for your situation. Attorney Lauren Tuttle understands how serious criminal charges can be and what you need to minimize the consequences for the future.
Aggressive Representation Ready To Protect Your Future
Everyone deserves to have an aggressive defense, regardless of the criminal charge. Attorney Tuttle offers experienced representation for:
- Weapons offenses
In addition to these charges and others, we will also represent clients facing traffic violations. A traffic violation penalty may at first seem like a trivial matter. But, if you collect too many violations, they can result in a suspended license and hefty fines. There are also reckless driving or DWI charges, which come with more severe punishments than lesser violations.
Fight Your DWI Charge
North Carolina, like the rest of the U.S., has strict DWI laws. A conviction for even your first DWI could result in you being required to pay for the installation and monthly maintenance fees for an ignition interlock device and face a license revocation for anywhere from 30 days to 12 months, depending on the type of the offense. Penalties become more severe with each incident, including possible vehicle confiscation for a fourth-degree offense. We can explain your options and the tactics available to fight these charges an minimize consequences.
50B And 50C Orders
In North Carolina, allegations of domestic violence may lead to a civil no-contact order (50C) or a domestic violence protective order (50B). Our attorney is experienced with handling both of these two orders. One important difference is the 50C is a ‘civil’ matter and violations can be subject to jail, costs and treatment. A 50B violation is a criminal offense and can lead to arrest and incarceration. These are both serious orders and can have a long-term effect on your future. We can work to help minimize the possible negative consequences of these orders.
Contact Us Today
To schedule a consultation or learn more about how we can help you, call our Winston-Salem office at 336-276-0789 or send us an email.