Criminal Defense: Protecting Your Future

Criminal charges feel overwhelming, and the rest of your life could depend on what happens next. How do you prepare for something like that?

Here at Big Valley Law in Harrisonburg, Virginia, we have decades of experience defending clients who have been accused of crimes. You can depend on us to protect your future. You do not have to do this alone.

The Stakes Are High

Criminal charges put your future in jeopardy. Could you lose a professional license and a career? Do you have a high-profile position? Are you a college student at James Madison University or another local college or university who is worried about losing class time or even losing your place in college entirely?

We can help.

Common Criminal Accusations

Remember, being charged with a crime does not mean you will be convicted. You are not guilty of anything yet, and you have legal rights. You need to know where you stand when accused of common crimes such as:

Our criminal defense lawyers can also help with common legal issues stemming from these allegations. In some cases, it is possible to seek the expungement of a criminal charge or the restoration of gun rights.

We Defend Students In Title IX Cases

Title IX is a set of federal laws that apply to colleges and universities. Under Title IX, schools are obligated to investigate allegations of student-related sexual misconduct. Title IX investigations and punishment are separate from the criminal process, but the consequences of being found guilty under Title IX can be severe.

At Big Valley Law, we understand the complexities of Title IX proceedings; we vigorously defend students and protect their rights. If you are a student who's being investigated for sexual misconduct, contact Big Valley Law immediately.

Personalized Assistance Every Step Of The Way

At Big Valley Law, our attorneys will strive to keep you updated and in the loop. If anything changes with your case, you will be the first to know. If you have questions, we are just a phone call away. To reach our office, please contact us online or call 540-208-1510.