A minor traffic offense can suspend your license. Even a speeding ticket can send your insurance skyrocketing or prevent you from getting the job you always wanted. Get help now from one of our Kentucky Traffic Court lawyers.
A DUI can have devastating effects on your life and reputation: lose your license, lose your job. Our Kentucky DUI lawyers uses science and the law to challenge the error-filled tests used to prosecute good people.
We all make mistakes when we are young. Minor charges like underage drinking can haunt you for years. They can even get you kicked out of school. We fight to have mistakes dismissed and expunged in court and at school.
Professional Licensing Defense
There are over one hundred professions regulated by Kentucky law. A criminal investigation or conviction can ban you from practicing in the field you worked so hard to join. We help nurses, doctors, lawyers, CDL drivers, and other professionals keep their license and their job.
Just because you messed up, it doesn’t mean you have to end up serving your time. Our three-hundred-sixty degree approach means that we can match you with an appropriate treatment provider or alternative sentence.
Many minor offenses can carry up to a year in jail. Even if you avoid jail, in today’s difficult job market, you can’t afford a misdemeanor conviction. Something as small as a bad check could keep you from that job you wanted. We fight to protect your future, both in the short-term and long-term.
When you are charged with a felony, the enormous force of the government is against you. We have the experience defending everything from white-collar financial crimes to capital murder. Our cases and results have received national media attention. We are ready to fight for you.
Appeals and Post-Conviction
Just because it is over, doesn’t mean it’s over. Nearly two-thirds of capital murder convictions are overturned on appeal. Frequently, less-serious charges suffer from even greater mistakes. Even if we didn’t originally handle your case, we can review the record for a path forward.
Expungement and Pardons
Even after the appeal process, it can be possible to “undo” the conviction through the process of expungement. Our firm has helped thousands of Kentuckians expunge their old convictions and clear their record. Our clients are getting new jobs and getting their lives back. Let us help you live your best life.
Lead Attorney Bradley D. Clark is a graduate of the National Forensic College. He has lectured statewide on the topics of DNA, Toxicology, Digital Evidence, and Courtroom Graphics and Demonstrative Evidence. He offers consulting on forensic science and trial graphics to attorneys nationwide.