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Lexington Criminal Defense Attorney

Charged with a Crime? Call 803-359-0428 for a Lawyer.

Being arrested and charged with a crime is a frightening and stressful experience, and you are probably very concerned about your future. You have reason to be worried, as a conviction can lead to serious consequences, including a sentence in jail or prison, fines, probation and a criminal record which will follow you for years to come. Criminal charges can also affect your ability to receive child custody or visitation in a divorce. The Farley Law Firm, LLC offers zealous criminal defense to clients charged with all types of crimes in our area, and I urge you to visit my firm as soon as possible for a confidential consultation to learn more about the penalties you face and your options for defense.

When you have so much at stake, you cannot afford to take any chances. I will make myself available to you 24/7, so that you can find the help you need, when you need it. I have been elected a past President of the Lexington County Bar Association and am a member in good standing with the South Carolina Bar Association. No matter what jurisdiction have been charged in, I can represent you, as I have been admitted to practice in every court in the state, as well as the 4th District Federal Court.

My practice extends beyond serving clients as a Lexington, SC divorce attorney. I represent individuals charged with all types of crimes, from assault and theft crimes to drug trafficking, drug possession, sex offenses and domestic violence. No matter how grave the situation may appear, there may be a way to prevent a negative outcome. If the police violated your Constitutional rights against unreasonable search and seizure during the investigation or arrest, I may be able to have the charges dismissed. I can also seek to negotiate a reduction in the sentence. There could even be a way to exonerate you. I will explore every available route for defending your freedom.

The most important thing to remember is to remain silent. Anything you say will only be used against you. Call me as soon as possible.