Criminal Defense

Being charged with a crime can be life altering. Regardless of whether you are facing a DUI or domestic violence charges, it is crucial that you consult with an Criminal Defense attorney in order to effectively plan your defense. Every choice you make can affect come of your case, including the Criminal Defense Lawyer you decide to hire.

When you have been accused of committing a crime, it is important to understand the basic laws and possible consequences of a conviction.


Assault is a crime of violence, and a conviction of assault will travel with you.  It is likely that your reputation will be permanently marred.  If you are facing any charges for a violent crime there are proactive steps that you can take that will mitigate the possible consequences. Read More

Domestic Violence

Recently it became a lot easier for a person accused of domestic violence to be found guilty.  The accuser merely needs to prove that it was “more likely than not” that the violence occurred. Read More

Drinking And Driving Offenses

The enforcement of drunk driving offenses are very strictly enforced.  A lot of proactive participation in your defense is expected by the court.  Failure to do what is expected or to appear for trial unprepared can result in serious consequences, like incarceration and losing your driving privileges. Read More

Drug Charges

Drug charges will have a serious impact on your life.  It can affect your current and future employment, and for students it could have serious repercussions regarding both your enrollment in college and your eligibility for student loans. Read More

Sex Crimes

Sex crimes can cover a variety of charges including but not limited to rape, assault, harassment, and prostitution.  The vast majority of sexual offenses will, in addition to jail time, be subject to the sex offender registration. Read More

Warrants FAQ

Cases involving search warrants can be tricky, especially when individuals aren’t aware of what their rights are in relation to search and seizure by the police. Read More

Call us today to hire Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyer Alice Pare in Maryland at 301-515-1190 or contact us online to discuss your situation.

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