If you've been arrested locally, you should work with an Shenandoah Valley criminal defense attorney who will aggressively defend your rights and protect your freedoms. Residents of Strasburg, Front Royal, Woodstock, New Market and Mt. Jackson should contact Brad Pollack to defend them in court.
Following an arrest and criminal charge, many feel overwhelmed and question don't know where to get the help that they need. Brad Pollack is proud to offer an aggressive legal defense to those facing a wide variety of criminal charges including felony charges. Brad won't back down from a case, and isn't afraid to challenge evidence to defend your rights at trial.
When you are arrested, justly or not, a permanent criminal record is created. If you're deemed not guilty or the charge(s) are dropped, it's possible to have the record expunged or sealed. Pleading guilty or a host of other actions you could take, can prevent this possibility.
It's imperative that you work with a criminal defense attorney that will look out for your best interests. Sometimes with a felony charge, this may mean taking your case to trial, others it may mean finding an alternative to prison. Brad Pollack is the criminal defense attorney that will work with you for the best possible outcome.
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If you've been arrested for a jailable offense, don't waste any time. This is a serious matter and requires legal representation. Brad Pollack's intimate knowledge of all District and Circuit Courts in the Shenandoah Valley makes him the right guy to have on your team. He will fight to protect your rights and freedom. Contact Brad to see what he can do for you!
When you choose Brad Pollack for your defense, you will be working with a dedicated Virginia criminal defense attorney who stands ready to protect you against your criminal charges.