Sometimes criminal law and family law aspects overlap. Both criminal and family law courts deal with allegations of domestic violence and domestic assault, and the outcome of one matter can impact another.
Whatever the case, any arrest needs to be taken seriously and requires immediate assistance. Many drug arrests are for felonies, with penalties leading to longtime incarceration. Even penalties for a traffic charge can be severe. Besides facing jail time and significant fines, the punishment for a DUI can be a temporary or permanent driver’s license suspension. If even possible, restoration of driving privileges may only occur after the installation of an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.
Providing Representation When It Is Needed Most
A family crisis can result in misunderstandings and mistakes. Sometimes children also act out and find themselves in trouble with the law. A criminal charge can have lasting consequences upon the family and the outcome of a variety of family law matters.
The focus of our criminal defense attorneys at Van Hooser & Aguirre, P.C., is on helping our clients and their families in any way we can. Our attorneys will provide prompt and aggressive criminal representation to assure the most favorable outcome.
Sensitive Criminal Defense Advocacy
As a lawyer, David D. Armistead regularly practices in both the areas of criminal law and family law in the Prince William County court system. His goal is to minimize the consequences of an arrest as much as legally possible and to address every concern of the client.
Arrests often go hand in hand with substance abuse or emotional and psychological issues. Besides being able to provide skilled representation in court, Dave Armistead can also put adults and juveniles facing charges in touch with the sorts of resources they may need to improve their health and overall welfare.
Contact our criminal defense lawyers immediately in the event an arrest takes place. Reach the law office of Van Hooser & Aguirre, P.C., by calling 703-291-4390.