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Hawesville Criminal Defense Law Firm
Thorough, Competent Criminal Representation
Mr. Early sees his role as keeping his clients out of jail, not judging them on the basis of the crime(s) with which they are charged. He is particularly committed to representing blue collar working class clients, believing strongly that the U.S. Constitution protects their rights just as much as it does the rights of more affluent residents.
This law office is therefore devoted to representing clients who have been charged with the following types of serious criminal offenses in either state or federal court:
• Drug crimes, including marijuana and methamphetamines
• Assault and battery
• Fleeing and/or evading law enforcement officers
• Domestic violence
• Child abuse
The Law Office of B.J. Early offers free initial consultations and accepts credit cards for client convenience. Clients can always expect Mr. Early to get their side of the story, including what happened as opposed to what law enforcement officers said happened. After a thorough review of the citation(s) and applicable state law, Mr. Early gives his clients straightforward, practical advice and suggests the best way to defend against the charges based on the client's goals and objectives. Be it a plea bargain with the prosecutor or a full-blown trial, he stands ready to aggressively defend each client's rights.
About Law Office of B.J. Early, PLLC
- Criminal Defense
- Family Law
- General Civil Litigation
Classes and Seminars
- Speaker for the Family Law Update, Kentucky Bar Association, 2009 and 2010
170 Main Cross StPO Box 245 Hawesville, KY 42348
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
- Hat Trick Award - Broward County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, 2003 and 2005
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