St Louis County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Finding out that your loved one has been accused of a serious crime can make you feel like your world is falling apart. This is especially the case if the arrest has to do with a serious felony offense, such as criminal sexual conduct, assault or murder. You may be worried about how this will impact your finances, your friendships, your children and your life together.

Often you will be the one left to pick up the pieces and hold everything together while your loved one awaits the trial. He may be detained at the police station and you may need to make the hard decisions that will determine what happens next.

Facing a Felony Offense

We understand how difficult this can be and how important this decision is to your loved one and your family. This is why our team at the Anderson Law Firm offers you more than just aggressive representation and diligent research – we also offer you compassion, support and understanding.

While we have years of experience defending clients that have been accused of a felony offense, we also know that every situation is unique. How the case goes will depend on a number of factors including witnesses, experts, past criminal offenses and alibis. There are ways to walk away with a not-guilty or acquittal and there are even more ways to walk away with a reduced sentence.

St Louis County Criminal Lawyer

Our team at the Anderson Law Firm can help defend you or your loved one when faced with:

  • Criminal sexual conduct or rape
  • Homicide or murder
  • Drinking and driving accusations including DWI and OWI
  • Assault and battery accusations
  • Misdemeanor offenses
  • Other felony offenses

Make the call to an experienced and trusted criminal lawyer in St Louis County. The quicker you act the better for your entire family. Contact us at the Anderson Law Firm today at 952-582-2904 or by filling out a form on the side of this page.

DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this article does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Please contact attorney Kirk Anderson for an initial consultation.