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Grant County Criminal Defense Attorneys

Experienced Trial Lawyers in West Virginia

Criminal charges often feel impossible to overcome. Our experienced team is here to guide you through every step of the process, providing robust defense strategies tailored to your unique situation. 

We understand the gravity of what is at stake—your freedom, reputation, and future—and are committed to fighting for the most optimal outcome on your behalf. Whether you are dealing with charges related to DUI, drug offenses, white-collar crimes, or violent crimes, we have the knowledge, experience, and dedication to advocate for you powerfully and effectively.

Call our Grant County criminal defense attorneys at (304) 262-9300 or schedule a case consultation online.

Felonies in WV

In West Virginia, felonies represent serious criminal offenses that carry severe penalties. Notably, felonies can have far-reaching consequences beyond the immediate legal penalties, including loss of certain civil rights and potential impact on employment opportunities. Therefore, it is crucial for individuals facing felony charges to seek experienced legal counsel to navigate the complexities of the criminal justice system.


In West Virginia, theft is a serious criminal offense. The state categorizes theft crimes in two main ways - grand larceny and petit larceny, each carrying varying degrees of penalties and fines. Understanding the scope and severity of these charges and the legal procedures involved can help you navigate the complexities of the legal system.

Mitigating and Aggravating Factors

Certain factors can either lessen (mitigate) or increase (aggravate) the potential sentence in larceny cases. For example, a defendant's prior criminal record, the value of the stolen property, and whether violence was used during the theft can all influence the final sentence.

Legal Procedures

West Virginia follows a standard procedure in handling criminal cases. It begins with an arrest or citation, followed by an arraignment where the defendant enters a plea. If a person pleas not guilty, the case proceeds to pretrial hearings, potentially a trial, and sentencing if the defendant is found guilty. It is crucial to have legal representation throughout this process to ensure your rights are protected.



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Why You Need Legal Representation

Navigating the complexities of the legal system can be frustrating, especially when compounded with the emotional distress of criminal charges. An experienced attorney ensures that your rights are protected, your case is presented effectively, and the intricacies of law are expertly managed.

At The Criminal Law Center, our attorneys provide more than legal representation – we also offer guidance, support, and a fierce defense. Without an attorney, you risk facing the full brunt of the criminal justice system alone. Therefore, securing a qualified attorney is not just a wise decision—it is a crucial safeguard for your future.

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Schedule a consultation with our fierce defenders at The Criminal Law Center. Our Grant County criminal defense lawyers are available around the clock.

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