Fighting Criminal Charges
Few things are more stressful in life than facing a criminal charge. Whether it is a serious felony or minor misdemeanor, criminal prosecution can negatively impact your freedom, career, relationships with family and friends, and reputation in the community. And while there are many differences in opinions when it comes to fighting charges, one thing is universally agreed upon by those familiar with the legal system: Hire the best attorney you can find and afford. The cost of not doing so is always higher.
Defending You After an Arrest
Attorney Bill Stemberger has over 36 years of courtroom experience in criminal cases. He cut his teeth as a prosecutor where he learned how they view specific types of criminal prosecutions, what types of strategies are employed, and what approaches work the best to minimize the negative impact on those facing charges. Since that time, Bill has devoted his career to defending the accused and has handled hundreds of cases from major felonies to minor misdemeanors. In short, Bill is devoted to protecting the rights of the accused, making certain that prosecutors and judges treat defendants fairly and in accordance with the law, and helping individuals who have made a mistake move on with their lives.
Stemberger Law, LLC defends clients charged with:
- DUI, DWI, and other cases involving driver impairment
- Drug possession, sale, and manufacture
- Theft, robbery, and other financial crimes
- Internet-related offenses
- Assault, battery, and other crimes against the person
- Murder and homicide
Don’t Give Up and Don’t Wait
One of the most important things a person can do when facing criminal charges is to hire a skilled and experienced attorney immediately. Doing so will ensure that important information and evidence is preserved, including witness statements, video footage, medical test results, and other key pieces to a strong defense. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, contact our office today at 770-253-0913 to speak with Bill Stemberger. All information is kept private, even if you decide not to hire our criminal defense team.