Criminal Law Firm
Serving Southern WV
Criminal offenses are defined by federal, state, or local laws and can range from serious crimes like murder to minor infractions like speeding. Experience navigating through pre-trial proceedings, including plea bargaining, is absolutely necessary if you want a favorable outcome. Don’t risk your freedom. Contact the law firm of Taylor & Hinkle to schedule a consultation about your case today.
Crimes punishable by sentences exceeding one year, including but not limited to: Drug charges, including sales and manufacturing, or violent crime.
Crimes punishable by a maximum of one year incarceration, including but not limited to: Domestic violence charges, Property crimes, i.e. theft, vandalism, etc, Assault/Battery, Disorderly conduct, and Obstruction
Speeding tickets, traffic violations, and DUI cases
Are you familiar with the statutory schemes regarding probation violations in West Virginia? We are. Contact Taylor & Hinkle, Attorneys At Law to hear your options.
Habeas Corpus Relief
Post-conviction proceedings are very technical. Briefs – oftentimes totaling hundreds of pages – are an integral part of the proceeding. This is nothing you want to handle without an attorney.
The court will employ several factors to determine if you are a proper candidate for a reduction of bail. Taylor & Hinkle can advise you regarding how to maximize your chances of being granted a reduction of bail.
A conviction doesn’t always mean a trip to jail or prison. Alternative sentences are sometimes offered and include different combinations of the following: a suspended sentence, probation, fines, restitution, community service and deferred adjudication/pretrial diversion.
When minors commit a crime, special considerations are in play as law is applied differently to youth offenders. An experienced criminal attorney is crucial to protecting the due process rights of children in the courtroom. Contact Taylor & Hinkle, Attorneys at Law to find out if we can help in your juvenile criminal case.