At the Law Office of Kenneth N. Cutrer, we have extensive experience defending clients against criminal charges, including theft, burglary, assault and more.
Criminal defense lawyers –
Our experience gives us a unique understanding of the case that the prosecution will try to build against you and you can count on us to fight back against it aggressively.
We realize that the stakes couldn’t be higher than when you face a criminal charge and you can be confident that we will approach your case with experience, expert knowledge … and relentlessness.
You can also count on us being easily accessible and completely honest with you throughout the process. We are committed to ensuring each of our clients receives the best possible defense.
We offer defense services against a wide variety
of criminal charges, including:
First Degree Felonies –
These charges carry penalties that range from 5 years to 99 years or even life in prison and possible fines up to $10,000. Examples include: aggravated assault of public servant; aggravated kidnapping; aggravated robbery; aggravated sexual assault; attempted capital murder; arson of habitation; burglary of a habitation with intent to commit or commission of a felony; causing serious bodily injury to child, senior citizen, or disabled person; escape from custody (if serious bodily injury occurs); murder; solicitation of capital murder; and trafficking of persons under the age of fourteen.
Second Degree Felonies –
These charges carry penalties that range from 2 to 20 years in prison and fines up to $10,000. Examples include: aggravated assault; arson; bigamy; bribery; evading arrest (and death of another occurs); improper relationship between educator and student; indecent contact with a child; intoxication manslaughter; manslaughter; online solicitation of a minor under fourteen; possession of fifty to 2000 pounds of marijuana; robbery; sexual assault; stalking—second offense; trafficking of persons
Third Degree Felonies –
These charges carry penalties that range from 2 to 10 years in prison and possible fines up to $10,000. Examples include: aggravated perjury; bail jumping of a felony arrest; deadly conduct with a firearm; escape from felony custody; indecent exposure to a child; intoxication assault; possession of a firearm by a felon; retaliation; stalking; DWI (third offense); tampering with evidence; and violation of protective order (third offense).
State Jail Felonies –
These charges carry penalties that range from 180 days to 2 years in a state jail and a possible fine up to $10,000. Examples include: burglary of a building; coercing a minor to join a gang by threatening violence; credit card abuse; criminally negligent homicide; criminal nonsupport; cruelty to animals; DWI with child passenger; evading arrest in a vehicle; false alarm or report; forgery of a check; fraudulent use or possession of identifying information; white collar fraud getting a hard money loan; improper photography or visual recording; interference of child custody; possession of less than one gram of a controlled substance; theft of something valued between $1500 and $20,000; and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Class A Misdemeanors –
These charges carry penalties that range up to 1 year in the county jail and a fine not to exceed $4,000. Examples include: assault with bodily injury; bail jumping of misdemeanor offense; burglary of coin operated machine; burglary of a vehicle; cruelty to animals; DWI (2nd offense); escape from misdemeanor custody; evading arrest on foot; interference with 911 call; obscenity; perjury; possession of two to four ounces of marijuana; promoting gambling; public lewdness; resisting arrest; stealing check; unlawfully carrying a weapon; and violation of protective order.
Class B Misdemeanors –
These charges carry penalties that range from up to 180 days in county jail and a fine not to exceed $2000. Examples include: criminal trespass; DWI; false report to police officer; fraudulent degree; harassment; indecent exposure; possession of 2 ounces or less of marijuana; prostitution; riot; silent Calls to 911; and terroristic threat.
Class C Misdemeanors –
These charges carry fines not to exceed $500. Examples include: assault by threat; disorderly conduct; gambling; issuance of bad check; leaving child in a vehicle; minor in possession of alcohol; possession of alcoholic beverage in motor vehicle; public intoxication; and use of laser pointers.
Ensure You Get a Relentless, Strategic Defense Against Criminal Charges
Facing one or more criminal charges can leave you feeling stressed, anxious and fearful.
But don’t let fear paralyze you from taking action. To ensure the best possible result in your case you need to start working immediately with a lawyer like Kenneth N. Cutrer.
He has extensive experience defending against all sorts of criminal charges and can help guide you through the process – so that instead of stressed, you feel calm and confident.
Get an attorney with extensive experience, expert knowledge and a reputation for fighting hard for his clients – schedule a free consultation with Mr. Cutrer today.
He will closely examine the case against you and investigate everything about it so that he can stage the best possible defense. You can count on him to use everything at his disposal – from his knowledge of criminal defense to his passion for defending client’s rights – to help you get the best possible legal outcome.