Over the course of the more than 29 years that my firm and I have been representing... more
Over the course of the more than 29 years that my firm and I have been representing persons accused of crimes, we have tried and won jury acuittals for clients in State, Federal, Magistrate and Municipal Courts.Our trial experience includes First Degree Murder, Vehicular Homicide, Sexual Assault, Drug Distribution, White Collar Crime and Driving Under the Influence (DUI)cases. I have also argue... view profile
Gregory Smith West Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Mr. Smith Has over Twenty two (... more
Gregory Smith West Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Mr. Smith Has over Twenty two (22) Years Criminal Litigation/Trial Experience As An Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Public And Private Criminal Defense Attorney. With Well More than 4000 Serious Cases Prosecuted and Defended. As Well As Having The Rich Background Experience, Knowledge And Skills Learned From More Than Ten (10) Years... view profile
Stephanie E. Scales-Sherrin joined Scales Law Office in May of 2008. Ms. Scales-... more
Stephanie E. Scales-Sherrin joined Scales Law Office in May of 2008. Ms. Scales-Sherrin graduated from the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina, with a law degree in 2007. Ms. Scales-Sherrin also holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology from West Virginia University. She is admitted to practice in West Virginia and handles cases in family law, criminal defense and personal inj... view profile
If you are suspected of a crime or charged with a violation of law, you may require the services of a criminal defense attorney to present your defense or negotiate a penalty. As different rules and procedures exist for different offenses, you should seek a criminal defense attorney who has worked on your particular type of case to provide you with the best defense. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows what information the government will need to prove your guilt. The defense attorney will also know what information you need to prove your innocence, including whether there are any legal rules justifying your actions.