Sometimes cliches are true: “only a fool represents themselves.” That is generally the case! However, not all lawyers are created equally. Are you trying to decide whether you should hire a lawyer or not? We have three reasons why you should not hesitate in hiring an Arkansas Criminal Lawyer.

A Criminal Conviction Follows You Everywhere.

Getting your first felony on your record is something to avoid at all costs. If you do not have a record you need to spend whatever resources in money and time to avoid having that happen. Having a felony on your record can impact you in several ways:

  • Voting Rights- If convicted of a felony, you must show that you have completed your sentence before you are able to vote again.
  • Firearms Possession- This is a big one for our Arkansas clients. If you are convicted of a felony you will no longer be able to possess a firearm. If you are caught with one after a felony conviction that can result in state or federal prison time.
  • Employment- A felony can severely limit your job prospects. Some studies have shown that over a lifetime a felony conviction can reduce your earning capacity dramatically.
  • Student Aid/Housing- Your ability to get student aid or housing can also be affected by Arkansas drug crimes.

The cost of an Arkansas Criminal Lawyer pales compared to the lifetime of money you will lose out on if convicted of a felony. Even if you are not charged with a felony, many misdemeanors can impact employment as well. Even some misdemeanor offenses, if domestically related, can mean you lose your right to possess a gun!

An Arkansas Criminal Lawyer Can Evaluate Misconduct of the Police.

We have seen the news. We know that the police cheat and break the rules. But, no matter how much news you see as a non-Arkansas Criminal Lawyer you don’t have the training to make the police pay for their conduct. Good criminal defense lawyers spend years fighting to suppress unlawful stops and searches. Many examples of cops lying now proven!

there are countless other videos on Youtube of police lying. Attorneys know what police officers are allowed to do when investigating a client. If the evidence gathering was improper, the lawyer can get the evidence thrown out of your case and this can often lead to dismissals or drastically reduced charges.

Our Arkansas Criminal Lawyer, Justin Eisele, has over 15 years of experience defending these types of cases. Law examine every aspect of the case to determine whether law enforcement acted within their limitations. Our attorneys have experience getting evidence suppressed and ultimately cases dismissed due to the illegal conduct of law enforcement. View our case results page to see some of the results we have received for our clients.

Our Arkansas Criminal Lawyer Knows the Law and is There to Win.

Justin Eisele has over 15 years of experience. He has tried cases in federal and state court. He has handled appeals in Arkansas, Maryland, the Fourth Circuit, and the Eighth Circuit. But don’t take his word for it, see what the clients have to say about him in their own words.

We don’t work for judges. We don’t have drinks with prosecuting attorneys. We maintain a cordial relationship with these powerful entities but we are in this system for the sole purpose of trying to wing your case. That’s it. If you would like a free consult with our Arkansas Criminal Lawyer, Justin Eisele, book your appointment online here now.

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Justin Eisele, Arkansas Criminal Lawyer

For Just a sample of Justin Eisele’s aggressive defense work, you can read below an opinion where our attorney Justin Eisele was victorious in a major federal drug case: