At The Law Office of Thomas W. Martin, LLC, representation is based on your specific charges, the facts of the case, and your priorities and preferences. My firm zealously aims to protect your rights at every stage of your case to help minimize your consequences. I understand the serious consequences associated with misdemeanor and felony convictions. Depending on your situation, you could be facing a prison sentence, costly fines and other sanctions.
My extensive legal practice is founded on years of negotiation, litigation and trial experience. I aim to ensure each client understands their options and is ready to make informed decisions.
I conduct thorough case evaluations and preparations, which include counseling you on your rights and discussing your charges and all possible direct and indirect consequences you may be facing.
When you've been charged with a crime, I can meet with you to discuss the different types of legal solutions available to the court, as well as the basic judicial process, which includes:
Not all lawyers have firsthand experience representing both adults and college students. Students often need help to protect their rights at university conduct and administrative hearings as well as in criminal courts of law. With more than 10 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, I devote the necessary time, talent and resources to helping college kids as well as adults in criminal matters. My representation extends to students attending:
If your minor child is facing misdemeanor or felony charges, he or she needs guidance and representation from a lawyer who understands the juvenile justice system. Juvenile court has unique regulations, guidelines and procedures. Without proper representation, your child could face undue consequences. My firm provides diligent representation for juvenile delinquency and other matters your child may be facing.
The job of the police is to gather evidence and charge you with a crime. The best way to stifle them is by telling them I’m your lawyer and remaining silent. Let me do the talking.
Too often I see clients confused by all the legal talk of their attorney. I explain things without the law degree, but if you have questions, then I explain until you understand.
One of the biggest complaints about attorneys is that they are hard to reach when you need them. I make a point to be accessible when you need me.