A Tough Defense Against All Types Of Criminal And Traffic Charges
Any criminal allegation could change your life in many ways. Depending on the charge, your freedom could be on the line. Even with a seemingly minor charge, you still face the possibility of fines, probation and other criminal penalties. The only thing standing between you and the government is your defense lawyer. It is critical to select an attorney who has the skill to protect your rights.
At Dawson Law Office, based in El Dorado Springs and serving people across the region, we offer aggressive, effective representation to people facing criminal accusations. We also represent people facing speeding tickets or other traffic charges. Whatever the criminal charge, you can take heart knowing that we will prepare the strongest possible defense on your behalf.
Going The Extra Mile For People Facing Criminal Charges
Attorney Michael Dawson has practiced law since 1989. In this time, he has served as a prosecutor, as a judge and in private practice as a defense attorney. As a result, he has the perspective and experience to defend you against whatever charge you may face, including:
- Drug crimes
- Domestic violence
Michael Dawson has extensive trial experience and has tried serious felony cases, including murder. This experience is vital in investigating the facts and analyzing the law.
In any criminal matter, a defense lawyer cannot promise a result, but he or she should be able to promise full effort. At Dawson Law Office, we prepare every criminal case we handle for trial. This preparation is vital in identifying strong defenses and negotiating or litigating from a position of strength.
Skilled Representation Against Traffic Tickets
If you have received a speeding ticket or face another traffic violation, it is important to deal with these charges. In Missouri, if you get too many points, your driving privileges could be suspended or even revoked. We defend people against speeding tickets and other traffic charges. In every case, we look carefully at the evidence to see whether the police officer correctly followed all procedures. By doing so, we may be able to have your charges reduced or dismissed.