Being convicted of a crime can have a devastating impact on your future, freedom and livelihood. At Barfoot & Schoettker, the criminal defense lawyers understand what's at stake and just how intimidating it can be to be arrested and charged with a crime, especially if you have never come in contact with the criminal justice system. You may be unaware of your rights, and tragically, wrongful convictions happen all too often. Without an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side your rights may be at risk.
At Barfoot & Schoettker, L.L.C., their defense lawyers have handled thousands of criminal matters from traffic tickets to capital murder. Having tried cases in Municipal, State, and Federal courts, their experienced team possess the trial skills and legal resources to fight the prosecution every step of the way. Along with an in-house former Montgomery County Prosecutor who has firsthand knowledge of how the State of Alabama builds a case against someone accused of a crime, clients can feel comfortable and secure knowing that they are in capable hands.
The lawyers at Barfoot & Schoettker have experience representing clients with the following offenses:
- Drugs: Possession, Distribution, Trafficking, Manufacturing, and others
- Driving and Boating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Drugs and Prescription Drugs
- Property Crimes: Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, Worthless Instruments
- Crime of Violence: Capital Murder, Murder, Manslaughter, Reckless Murder, Assault, Domestic Violence and Arson
- Fraud: Criminal Possession of Forged Instrument, Check Forgery, Identity Theft, Credit Card Fraud
- White Collar Crimes
If you are under investigation or have been arrested or charged with a crime in Municipal, State or Federal Court you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. At Barfoot & Schoettker we view you as a person first not as a criminal and offer our support and services to see you through your case. For a free, confidential consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers call (334) 834-3444 or submit a free case evaluation form electronically.