- Traffic Tickets
- Student Representation
If you are charged with a crime, it is important that your attorney is thoroughly prepared for all court appearances and willing to fight for you. Criminal convictions can result in incarceration, probation, fines, community service and/or loss of driving privileges. Convictions might also negatively affect your employment opportunities, ability to obtain a professional license and status at school.
Many people are surprised to find that, in DWI cases, the judge may suspend your license at your first court appearance. In cases of alleged harassment, you might find yourself the subject of an order of protection requiring you to stay out of your home and away from your children—before you have been convicted of anything. We encourage you to bring us into the process as early as possible, so that we can help with aspects such as arguing for reduced bail, obtaining a hardship privilege if your driver’s license is suspended, and opposing temporary orders of protection when appropriate.
Brody & Korman PLLC doesn’t base our practice on representing career criminals. We represent decent people who find themselves in a bad situation. We believe that you are entitled to respect and dignity, even if you have been charged with a crime. We realize that criminal allegations of any kind may be embarrassing regardless of their merit, and we strictly respect your confidentiality.
We also understand that the stakes increase when our client is a student. We will thoroughly review and discuss the effects of any plea agreement upon your school status, future education and career path. We are also able to represent you in a college disciplinary hearing or other administrative hearing.