In criminal law cases, an experienced and effective criminal defense attorney can mean the difference between a prison sentence and reduced or dismissed charges. Tom Azar is an experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer who brings 18 years of Law Enforcement experience to the table as an aid to you in defending you in your pending charges. Tom will defend you and ensure your civil rights are protected.
Defending you against a criminal charge is not only about trying to make sure you stay out of jail. In today's society electronic information is readily available through the Internet. A future employer may judge you with the press of a button if your criminal record is not clean, or sealed from public view.
Contact Tom Azar at (334) 263 5363.
I represent clients in need of a criminal defense attorney in the following areas, and more:
A conviction for a criminal offense could likely result in a jail or prison sentence. Some crimes have mandatory minimum sentences in prison. In Alabama, all drug and alcohol convictions carry mandatory driver's license suspension. A criminal conviction for a drug related case can result in complications with your job or the loss of your job, denial of employment from future employers, denial of financial aid for college, denial to college admission, and eviction from public housing. Most Sex crime convictions carry with them lifetime registration with law enforcement, and could also carry a community notification.
Case preparation can provide the key to success in any criminal cases. In many cases defense strategies frequently hinge on the question of search and seizure, probable cause, and chain of custody issues. Tom Azar’s law enforcement experience gives him the edge you need to ensure your rights are protected.
Contact Tom Azar at (334) 263 5363 or by email at email@example.com.
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