Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal Defense Lawyer Boyle County KentuckyIf you find yourself facing criminal charges and need a criminal defense lawyer, call McClure, McClure and Bailey, PLLC in Danville, Kentucky. We offer criminal defense for individuals facing all types of criminal charges, from misdemeanors to felonies.

Types of Criminal Charges We Defend

  • Drug Crimes and Marijuana Violations including possession of illegal drugs, drug trafficking, possession of paraphernalia, DUI and other traffic and license issues.
  • Violent Crimes including theft/armed robbery, criminal possession of a weapon, assault and battery, domestic violence, terroristic threatening, and others.
  • White Collar Crimes and Financial Crimes including fraud, embezzlement, and welfare issues.

This is not a complete list of the criminal defense services we offer. If you are facing criminal charges not listed here, please call us to discuss your needs.

Why Hiring the Best Criminal Defense Matters

The Constitution demands that you have a right against unlawful tactics and that you are innocent until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.

If you are facing criminal charges, you will be facing prosecution by the County Attorney or Commonwealth Attorney. Without experienced legal representation, you will find the prosecuting attorney’s case to be strong and have difficulty understanding or using the process, whether in a trial or in negotiation.

Our legal team includes a retired County Attorney, who offers a unique perspective on the inner workings of prosecuting such cases. We understand the tactics used in these cases and can help defend you against them.

Drug Charge Defense Lawyer

Patrick S. McClure focuses his practice in this area and offers you experienced, skilled, compassionate legal representation and criminal defense. In drug and alcohol related charges, we can help debunk evidence gathered through improper searches and field testing methods, cross-examine witnesses for the prosecution, ensure that your rights are protected from the moment you are taken into custody and establish a compelling case to defend your rights.

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