If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Arlington, Virginia, our attorneys are here to help. Steve Duckett and the attorneys working with him understand that a criminal charge may cause significant financial, professional, and personal consequences that you may be unable to handle. We have successfully defended criminal cases across the state, and have helped numerous clients obtain reduced sentences, acquittals, and even dismissals. An Arlington criminal lawyer could make the difference in your potential conviction. Contact us now.
Crime in Arlington
Arlington has a crime index of 44, making it 44% safer than other cities in the United States. It has one of the highest percentages of bachelor’s and/or graduate/professional degree holders in the Washington Metro area, and boasts an above 90% ascension rate of all high school graduates to a college or university.
Arlington is the second most densely populated county in the state, after Alexandria. The county has seen growth in population over the last decade, with families more motivated to raise their children in the county’s education system. A dense population increases the likelihood of involvement in a crime, whether as a victim or as a perpetrator. Crimes aren’t always committed by criminals, though. A fun night out with friends could abruptly end with a bar fight and an assault charge, or any other number of criminal offenses.
Dedicated Arlington Criminal Lawyers
Criminal charges are quite serious: we find that first time offenders are commonly concerned with how a criminal charge may influence their professional and personal lives. Our dedicated Arlington criminal lawyers are experienced at defending all types of criminal offenses, and can bring perspective to this uncertain time in your life. If you have been charged with any of the following criminal offenses listed below, contact us for a no-cost consultation:
- Domestic Violence
- Drug-related Charges
- Gun Crimes
- Reckless Driving
- Sex Crimes
- Traffic Violations
Mistakes happen to everyone. Our attorneys understand this, and may be able to help a judge see that you are remorseful and deserve a second chance.