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Criminal Law – Attorney Representation

BE QUIET – REMAIN SILENT – DON’T SAY ANYTHING. When charged with or being held for suspicion of a criminal act, the only thing to say to the police is that you want to speak with your attorney at The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. Our criminal Legal Services include Maryland, Virginia and The District of Columbia. Exercise your right to fair legal representation under Federal and State criminal law.

Remember, do not try to explain why anything occurred, where you were at, or what you were doing. Many crimes are a felony and carry very strict sentencing guidelines. SAY NOTHING and Ask for your Attorney. Do not let the police, or any investigator, frighten you into talking to them for any reason or any implied promise of protection from consequences of an alleged crime. What you do need is legal representation present; an experienced Attorney who will ensure your rights are protected!

When police or investigators question you, their sole objective is to acquire facts they believe will be relevant to making a potential felony criminal case against you. In many instances, they don’t have much to enforce a charge until a suspect begins talking. By talking, they get more information which they will attempt to use against you. They will make an effort to confuse you or trip you up, and anything you say could potentially be used against you in a court of law.

SAY NOTHING and Ask for your Attorney! Call The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. today at (301) 942-0802 for the criminal legal help you need and are entitled to.

These suggestions for dealing with criminal legal matters applies to everyone. It makes no difference whether you are a suspect in a simple Assault, or have been arrested for DUI or DWI. It doesn’t even matter whether you are guilty or innocent. Exercise your right to remain silent, and tell them that you want The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. today! Use our online Criminal Defense Consultation form or, just give our office a call at (301) 942-0802 for a no obligation review of your case.

Criminal Cases We Defend
  • Narcotics
    • Drug Cultivation
    • Manufacture of Narcotics
    • Drug Distribution
    • Drug Trafficking
    • Drug Possession
  • Arson
  • Driving Under The Influence (DUI)
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Crimes Against Children
    • Child Abuse
  • Violent Crimes
    • Assault & Battery
    • Car Jacking
    • Kidnapping
    • Rape
    • Robbery
    • Domestic Violence
    • Sexual Assault
  • Charges of Manslaughter
    • Voluntary
    • Involuntary
  • Murder Charges
    • 1st Degree Murder
    • 2nd Degree Murder
  • Property Related Crimes
    • Unlicensed Activities
    • Destruction of Property
    • Trespass
    • Breaking & Entering
    • Burglary
  • Financial Crimes
    • Identity Theft
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Money Laundering
    • Pyramid Schemes
    • Securities Fraud
    • Embezzlement
    • Extortion
    • Forgery
    • Writing Bad Checks
    • Credit Card Fraud
    • Debit Card Fraud
    • Wire Transfer Fraud
    • Illegal Gambling
    • Telemarketing Fraud
  • Miscellaneous Criminal Complaints
    • Stalking
    • Prostitution
    • Rioting
    • Escape
    • Simple Theft or Larceny
    • Indecent Exposure Claims
    • Handguns
    • Sexual Offenses
    • False Imprisonment Charges
    • Claims of Reckless Endangerment
    • Resisting Arrest
    • Conspiracy Charges
    • Disorderly Conduct Charges
    • Perjury
    • And Many Other Criminal Charges
Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyers

At The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C., our defense lawyers understand that when you are accused of a crime, your first thought will be that the police do not understand the full facts of the case, so you want to tell them. We also understand that no one wants to be thought of as having committed a crime. These are terrible reasons to talk yourself into prison.

The police will take your story and turn it around and keep asking Questions until you get confused or say something ‘incriminating’. Our defense lawyers want you to remember, the police are not your friend when they are questioning you about criminal activity in which they believe you may have been involved. When someone accuses you of having committed a crime, you only have one friend, an aggressive criminal defense lawyer from The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. Give our office a call at (301) 942-0802.

You should understand that many of the crimes referenced here carry mandatory minimums as felonies. That means, if you are convicted of those crimes, you will serve jail time. It is imperative that as soon as you are able to consult with a criminal defense attorney you do so. The more time our Attorneys have to work on preparing your defense, the more likely a favorable outcome will result.

For the best Maryland criminal attorney advice contact us for a free initial lawyer consultation over the phone or in one of Maryland offices in Frederick, Howard, Montgomery or Prince George’s Counties.

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