Attorney Bradley Hawley

Seeking Solutions As Diverse And Unique As Our Clients

Skilled Criminal Defense For People Arrested In Alabama

Have you been arrested in Alabama? Are you under investigation for a felony? Did you receive a citation for what you think is a minor crime? Whether you are facing misdemeanor charges or felony offenses, it is imperative that you understand your rights.

At Hawley & Associates, LLC, in Prattville, we represent defendants in many types of state and municipal criminal law matters. While many criminal charges result in minor sanctions, a criminal conviction can have long-term consequences. For example, employment opportunities, college loans and gun rights can all be affected by what may seem like a minor conviction. Before you make a statement to the police or any law enforcement agent, contact our experienced criminal defense lawyer. Whether you retain us or go with another firm, your defense attorney will thank you.

Dedicated To Fighting For Your Rights And Your Freedom

Not only will we advise you of your rights, but we will also evaluate the details of your situation, explain your options in terms that you understand and guide you through the criminal defense process.

We provide experienced and skilled legal representation to people who are facing criminal charges, such as:

  • Domestic violence and assault
  • Drug charges, including possession of drugs
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI)
  • Underage possession of alcohol
  • Reckless operation of a motor vehicle
  • Murder
  • Felony and misdemeanor theft
  • Violent felonies in state courts

Call Today For A Free Consultation With An Attorney

Before you compromise your rights, contact Hawley & Associates, LLC, for a free initial consultation. Attorney Bradley Hawley represents clients facing felony and misdemeanor charges in municipal and state courts in Alabama, as well as criminal appeals.

Send us an email, or call us at 334-595-8114 now, before it is too late. For your convenience, we accept major credit cards and personal checks. Certified payment may be required for expedited legal services.