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Criminal Defense Attorney in Huntsville, AL

What Sets Us Apart

Crumbley Law Firm, PC is a team of seasoned criminal defense attorneys that has received a number of awards for the caliber of legal representation we offer. With over fifty years of cumulative experience relating to criminal defense in Alabama, we are confident in clearing your name and reputation in the most professional manner.

We encourage a client-attorney relationship that is based on mutual trust and respect so that we can build a strong case for you. To get an idea of some of the cases that we've handled, take a look at our case results!

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Comprehensive Defense for Criminal Charges

Our law firm offers the following types of criminal defense services:

DUI

While it may not be illegal to drink and drive within Alabama, trouble arises when you exceed the blood alcohol limit set by the state. In doing so, you will be subject to a number of charges and your driver's license is also likely to be suspended. Understanding the legal framework around DUI charges is hugely important.

Violent Crimes

Charges like battery, assault, and arson can have serious consequences when it comes to sentencing. Also, other charges like murder and manslaughter can lead to life imprisonment sentences. The value of hiring quality legal counsel to help you refute such charges cannot be understated.

Sex Crimes

Sex crimes are not taken lightly within the state of Alabama. It is important to understand the consequences of such crimes, and to be knowledgeable about what constitutes a sex crime in order to build a case for you. Common sex crimes include rape, assault, and indecent exposure.

Theft Crimes

Theft crimes, in this sense, relate to burglaries and robberies. These crimes are likely to come with short or medium term prison sentences depending on the degree and nature of the crime.

White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes like embezzlement, forgery, fraud, extortion, tax evasion, identity theft, or bond reductions are treated with varying degrees of tolerance depending on the severity of the crime. The legal framework around such crimes is typically complex and sentences can be severe.

Computer Crimes

The legal framework around privacy, data theft, and computer security is highly complex. Knowing what constitutes a computer crime will hold you in good stead as you look to build your case.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence cases are common within the state of Alabama and are treated with very low tolerance. Although they are considered less serious crimes, they have the potential to have very serious consequences.

Kidnapping

When it comes to kidnapping, there are a number of legal variants of the crime one must be acutely aware of when building a case. Depending on the nature of the kidnapping, the degree of sentencing will differ.

Do you need assistance with a criminal defense issue in Alabama?

There are a number of lawyers in Alabama that offer a wide range of services but have little experience within the field of criminal defense. Crumbley Law Firm stands out as one of the most reputable criminal defense firms in Alabama owing to our experience and client-oriented philosophy.

Contact a Huntsville criminal defense lawyer to effectively begin your case.

Criminal Defense Case Victories

Here are some representative cases that we've successfully defended!

Crumbley Law Firm, PC
Huntsville Criminal Defense Lawyer

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2304 Memorial Parkway SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
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