As A Student Facing Criminal Charges, You Need Experienced Representation
College students enjoy the coasts of South Carolina because of its laid-back atmosphere. With all of the fun to be had, it can be easy to get into trouble. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. The Law Office of Brad C. Richardson, LLC has been defending clients from criminal charges for over 20 years. During that time, attorney Brad C. Richardson has represented thousands of people. He can help you find the best possible solution.
Protecting Your Future Is The Top Priority
As a student, you face a different set of hurdles. For some, a criminal charge could impact financial aid or the ability to stay in school. It all depends on the seriousness of the crime and whether or not the right attorney is there to defend your rights. Others worry about the future and potential employers. Could a charge be expunged from my record? The short answer is yes, under certain circumstances you can get into a diversion program. Mr. Richardson can discuss all of the options you are facing.
Over the years, he has handled all types of cases. From DUI charges to drug possession, underage drinking, theft and vandalism, Mr. Richardson can listen to your concerns, assess the situation and answer all of your questions. His biggest priority is protecting what lies ahead of you. From your education to your career, having a trusted advocate is crucial. Mr. Richardson is a former prosecutor and knows what the other side will be looking for. This advantage helps him anticipate potential issues and develop a strong defense.
This Can’t Wait; Call Today For A Free Consultation
In these cases, time is of the utmost importance. Don’t wait to find out more information about your rights and what it will take to defend them. To schedule a free consultation, call Mr. Richardson at 843-839-4322 today. You can also fill out this online contact form. There are three convenient office locations in Conway, Myrtle Beach and Marion.