Byrnes Law Firm – Practice Areas
Bill Byrnes and the Byrnes Law Firm have been helping citizens of St. Charles since 1999, and has earned the reputation of being a tough and determined advocate in the legal community. If you need a lawyer in St. Charles or St. Louis, Missouri, you can count on Bill Byrnes and the Byrnes Law Firm.
Bill specializes in the following practice areas:
A DWI conviction can result in high fines, jail time, license revocation, and the requirement to install an ignition interlock device. A DWI attorney skilled in drunk driving law can help you navigate harsh consequences.
Drug offenses included possession, distribution and manufacturing. If you’re facing a simple charge, Bill may help you avoid a conviction through a SIS or even get a dismissal.
Assault includes assault on a police officer, assault first, second and third and domestic assault. These types of crimes are usually a series of bad events or a result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Weapons charges are a result of an illegal possession or unlawful use of a weapon. These are criminal charges with punishment ranging from fines up to a life sentence depending on the facts of the case.
Stealing and Theft
Stealing, theft, and property crimes include shoplifting, possession of stolen property, identity theft, burglary, robbery, passing bad checks, credit card fraud, stealing over $500.00, and stealing under.
Burglary defense attorneys are most successful creating a solid defense strategy when hired immediately. There are several elements required to make a case and a severe range of consequences.
Bath Salts Defense
Bath Salts and K2 seemed to be the trend among dabbling drug addicts in 2010. Today, the spike in Heroin is very alarmingly. These type of drug surges usually result in a spike of arrests.
Bad Check Charges
Bank crimes include bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, counterfeiting, forgery, fraud, check fraud, NSF checks and passing bad checks. These charges have both civil and criminal penalties.
Probation violations are serious. When a probation officer is working to terminate probation, they are trying to send you to jail. You do have options. Jail is not automatic. Call for a review.
Juvenile defense lawyers require a special approach and understanding to defend a child. In some cases, an attorney may not be required. Its best to evaluate the need for representation during a free consultation.
Bond reductions usually the first Attorney action take in criminal cases. A bond reduction hearing a right. Skilled criminal defense attorneys have options and may keep you from needing a bondsman.
Recalling warrants is important to maintaining your freedom. These are essentially an order from the court to law enforcement saying, “Find this person and bring them to me.” Most warrants can be recalled by a lawyer