If you are facing charges for a violation of Mississippi or federal criminal law, you need a strong and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney you can respect and trust. Money, freedom, and even your life may be on the line, and your criminal lawyer has to be trusted to fight hard for your best interests. Even seemingly minor charges based on questionable evidence require the careful, personal attention of a lawyer who believes in you, has experience, and knows the law.
After graduation from law school, Clarence was fortunate to be assigned to one of the busiest criminal trial shops in the Marine Corps. He was fortunate to be able to try over 250 criminal cases very early in his legal career, serving tours as both a criminal defense attorney and a government prosecutor. Many of these cases were fully-contested bench and jury trials, and he learned what works and what is not likely to work for his clients. Since leaving active duty in 2004, Clarence has maintained an active criminal defense practice all over the state of Mississippi, and in federal courts nationwide.
Always focused on the mission, Clarence’s first objective is to win your case. He uses aggressive trial tactics and strategies, and relies on state-of-the-art tools and techniques to ensure the most effective action on your behalf. Time and again, Clarence gains dismissals, acquittals and reductions for his clients.
About your type of Mississippi criminal case:
- Federal Offenses
- White Collar Offenses
- Violent Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Drug Crimes
- Firearms Offenses
- Theft and Fraud Offenses
- Juvenile Crimes
What Do You Need Us To Do?
- Representation before you are charged (if you are being investigated)
- Bond and Bail Hearings
- Take your case to trial
- Expungements – Clearing Your Record
- Appeals and Post-Conviction Relief
- Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Conviction
General Criminal Defense Questions:
- What should I do if I get a call that a relative or friend has been arrested?
- What are my rights if I have been arrested or accused of a crime in Mississippi?
- How can I get the charge taken off of my record (an Expungement) in Mississippi?
- What should I do if I have been arrested?
- How can a person get out of jail after an arrest?
- Do I have the right to an attorney?
- Do I need an attorney?